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BSD Hacks
By Dru Lavigne
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: May 2004
ISBN: 0-596-00679-9
Pages: 300
      About the Author
      Why BSD Hacks?
      How to Use this Book
      How This Book Is Organized
      Conventions Used in This Book
      Using Code Examples
      We'd Like to Hear from You
      Chapter 1.  Customizing the User Environment
      Section 0.  Introduction
      Section 1.  Get the Most Out of the Default Shell
      Section 2.  Useful tcsh Shell Configuration File Options
      Section 3.  Create Shell Bindings
      Section 4.  Use Terminal and X Bindings
      Section 5.  Use the Mouse at a Terminal
      Section 6.  Get Your Daily Dose of Trivia
      Section 7.  Lock the Screen
      Section 8.  Create a Trash Directory
      Section 9.  Customize User Configurations
      Section 10.  Maintain Your Environment on Multiple Systems
      Section 11.  Use an Interactive Shell
      Section 12.  Use Multiple Screens on One Terminal
      Chapter 2.  Dealing with Files and Filesystems
      Section 12.  Introduction
      Section 13.  Find Things
      Section 14.  Get the Most Out of grep
      Section 15.  Manipulate Files with sed
      Section 16.  Format Text at the Command Line
      Section 17.  Delimiter Dilemma
      Section 18.  DOS Floppy Manipulation
      Section 19.  Access Windows Shares Without a Server
      Section 20.  Deal with Disk Hogs
      Section 21.  Manage Temporary Files and Swap Space
      Section 22.  Recreate a Directory Structure Using mtree
      Section 23.  Ghosting Systems
      Chapter 3.  The Boot and Login Environments
      Section 24.  Customize the Default Boot Menu
      Section 25.  Protect the Boot Process
      Section 26.  Run a Headless System
      Section 27.  Log a Headless Server Remotely
      Section 28.  Remove the Terminal Login Banner
      Section 29.  Protecting Passwords With Blowfish Hashes
      Section 30.  Monitor Password Policy Compliance
      Section 31.  Create an Effective, Reusable Password Policy
      Section 32.  Automate Memorable Password Generation
      Section 33.  Use One Time Passwords
      Section 34.  Restrict Logins
      Chapter 4.  Backing Up
      Section 35.  Back Up FreeBSD with SMBFS
      Section 36.  Create Portable POSIX Archives
      Section 37.  Interactive Copy
      Section 38.  Secure Backups Over a Network
      Section 39.  Automate Remote Backups
      Section 40.  Automate Data Dumps for PostgreSQL Databases
      Section 41.  Perform Client-Server Cross-Platform Backups with Bacula
      Chapter 5.  Networking Hacks
      Section 42.  See Console Messages Over a Remote Login
      Section 43.  Spoof a MAC Address
      Section 44.  Use Multiple Wireless NIC Configurations
      Section 45.  Survive Catastrophic Internet Loss
      Section 46.  Humanize tcpdump Output
      Section 47.  Understand DNS Records and Tools
      Section 48.  Send and Receive Email Without a Mail Client
      Section 49.  Why Do I Need sendmail?
      Section 50.  Hold Email for Later Delivery
      Section 51.  Get the Most Out of FTP
      Section 52.  Distributed Command Execution
      Section 53.  Interactive Remote Administration
      Chapter 6.  Securing the System
      Section 54.  Strip the Kernel
      Section 55.  FreeBSD Access Control Lists
      Section 56.  Protect Files with Flags
      Section 57.  Tighten Security with Mandatory Access Control
      Section 58.  Use mtree as a Built-in Tripwire
      Section 59.  Intrusion Detection with Snort, ACID, MySQL, and FreeBSD
      Section 60.  Encrypt Your Hard Disk
      Section 61.  Sudo Gotchas
      Section 62.  sudoscript
      Section 63.  Restrict an SSH server
      Section 64.  Script IP Filter Rulesets
      Section 65.  Secure a Wireless Network Using PF
      Section 66.  Automatically Generate Firewall Rules
      Section 67.  Automate Security Patches
      Section 68.  Scan a Network of Windows Computers for Viruses
      Chapter 7.  Going Beyond the Basics
      Section 69.  Tune FreeBSD for Different Applications
      Section 70.  Traffic Shaping on FreeBSD
      Section 71.  Create an Emergency Repair Kit
      Section 72.  Use the FreeBSD Recovery Process
      Section 73.  Use the GNU Debugger to Analyze a Buffer Overflow
      Section 74.  Consolidate Web Server Logs
      Section 75.  Script User Interaction
      Section 76.  Create a Trade Show Demo
      Chapter 8.  Keeping Up-to-Date
      Section 77.  Automated Install
      Section 78.  FreeBSD from Scratch
      Section 79.  Safely Merge Changes to /etc
      Section 80.  Automate Updates
      Section 81.  Create a Package Repository
      Section 82.  Build a Port Without the Ports Tree
      Section 83.  Keep Ports Up-to-Date with CTM
      Section 84.  Navigate the Ports System
      Section 85.  Downgrade a Port
      Section 86.  Create Your Own Startup Scripts
      Section 87.  Automate NetBSD Package Builds
      Section 88.  Easily Install Unix Applications on Mac OS X
      Chapter 9.  Grokking BSD
      Section 89.  How'd He Know That?
      Section 90.  Create Your Own Manpages
      Section 91.  Get the Most Out of Manpages
      Section 92.  Apply, Understand, and Create Patches
      Section 93.  Display Hardware Information
      Section 94.  Determine Who Is on the System
      Section 95.  Spelling Bee
      Section 96.  Leave on Time
      Section 97.  Run Native Java Applications
      Section 98.  Rotate Your Signature
      Section 99.  Useful One-Liners
      Section 9.13.  Fun with X

BSD Hacks
BSD Hacks
ISBN: 0596006799
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 160
Authors: Lavigne

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