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Table 1: Red Hat Courses

Chapter 1: RHCE Prerequisites

Table 1-1: Basic Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Directories
Table 1-2: Media Devices
Table 1-3: Important fdisk Options
Table 1-4: Wildcards in the Shell
Table 1-5: Linux Print Commands
Table 1-6: Description of File Permissions
Table 1-7: IP Address Classes
Table 1-8: Red Hat Hardware Compatibility Categories

Chapter 2: Installation

Table 2-1: Example Partition Configuration for a Linux File Server
Table 2-2: Default Package Groups
Table 2-3: Result When You Partition Automatically
Table 2-4: Custom Installation as a Workstation (No Other OS), 1.2 GHz Pentium, 20GB Single Disk, 256MB of Memory
Table 2-5: Custom Installation as a Server, 2 GHz Pentium, 10GB Single Disk, 256MB Memory
Table 2-6: Custom Installation as a Server (No Other OS), 2.4 GHz Pentium II, 25GB Single Disk, 512MB Memory

Chapter 3: After Installation

Table 3-1: Installation Virtual Consoles
Table 3-2: The /tmp Directory Contains Configuration Files During the Installation Process
Table 3-3: GRUB Editing Commands
Table 3-4: Commands in raidtab

Chapter 4: Basic Configuration and Administration

Table 4-1: The Anatomy of /etc/passwd
Table 4-2: The Anatomy of /etc/group
Table 4-3: useradd Command Options
Table 4-4: The Anatomy of /etc/shadow
Table 4-5: Default Home Directory Files from /etc/skel
Table 4-6: Linux Standard Filesystem Type
Table 4-7: Journaling Filesystems
Table 4-8: Description of /etc/fstab by Column from Left to Right
Table 4-9: /etc/fstab Mount Options
Table 4-10: rpm --verify Codes
Table 4-11: Information from the rpm -qi packagename Command
Table 4-12: Build Directories from RPM Sources
Table 4-13: Build Directories for Source RPM Files
Table 4-14: /etc/sysconfig/network Variables
Table 4-15: /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts Files
Table 4-16: Other Network Configuration Commands
Table 4-17: ifconfig Switches
Table 4-18: The netstat Flag Indicates the Route
Table 4-19: Red Hat Runlevels
Table 4-20: Key Non-network /etc/sysconfig Files

Chapter 5: Kernel, cron, and User Administration

Table 5-1: Available Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 Kernels (and Related Packages)
Table 5-2: mkbootdisk Command Switches
Table 5-3: Kernel Source RPMs
Table Scenario: mp; Solution
Table 5-4: Entries in a crontab Command Line
Table 5-5: Examples of the at Command

Chapter 6: X Window System

Table 6-1: Common X Client Command Line Options
Table 6-2: X Client Geometrical Positioning
Table 6-3: Limiting Access to Your Local X Server
Table Table: Scenario and Solution

Chapter 7: Linux Sharing Services

Table 7-1: Standard FTP Client Commands
Table 7-2: Some vsFTP Server Configuration Commands
Table 7-3: Mail Server Components
Table 7-4: Mail Server Package Group RPMs

Chapter 8: Linux Network Services

Table 8-1: Various smbpasswd Commands
Table 8-2: CUPS Configuration Files

Chapter 9: Network Management

Table 9-1: DNS Server Configuration Files
Table 9-2: NFS Tool General Options
Table 9-3: NFS Tool User Access Options

Chapter 10: Systems Administration and Security

Table 10-1: Some /etc/ldap.conf Parameters
Table 10-2: Key NIS Configuration Files and Commands
Table 10-3: PAM Control Flags
Table 10-4: Switches for the Module
Table 10-5: Standard Red Hat Log Files
Table 10-6: Typical TCP/IP Port Numbers
Table 10-7: Standard Parameters for xinetd Configuration Files
Table 10-8: Sample Commands in /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny
Table 10-9: tcp_wrappers Operators
Table Table: Scenario and Solution

Chapter 11: Operational Administration Recovery and Security

Table Table: Scenario and Solution


Table G-1: Red Hat Configuration Tools

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RCHE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide[c] Exam (Rh302)
RCHE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide[c] Exam (Rh302)
ISBN: 71765654
Year: 2003
Pages: 194 © 2008-2017.
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