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how linux works: what every super-user should know
How Linux Works: What Every Super-User Should Know
by Brian Ward   ISBN:1593270356
No Starch Press © 2004 (347 pages)

This guide describes the inner workings of a Linux system beginning with the file system and boot process and covering advanced topics such as networking, firewalls, development tools, device management, shell scripts, and sharing printers with Samba.

Table of Contents
How Linux Works”What Every Super-User Should Know
Chapter 1 - The Basics
Chapter 2 - Devices, Disks, Filesystems, and the Kernel
Chapter 3 - How Linux Boots
Chapter 4 - Essential System Files, Servers, and Utilities
Chapter 5 - Configuring Your Network
Chapter 6 - Network Services
Chapter 7 - Introduction to Shell Scripts
Chapter 8 - Development Tools
Chapter 9 - Compiling Software From Source Code
Chapter 10 - Maintaining the Kernel
Chapter 11 - Configuring and Manipulating Peripheral Devices
Chapter 12 - Printing
Chapter 13 - Backups
Chapter 14 - Sharing Files with Samba
Chapter 15 - Network File Transfer
Chapter 16 - User Environments
Chapter 17 - Buying Hardware for Linux
Chapter 18 - Further Directions
Appendix A - Command Classification
Bibliography
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars



How Linux Works
How Linux Works: What Every Superuser Should Know
ISBN: 1593270356
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 189
Authors: Brian Ward

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