Table of contents for Linux system administration / Vicki Stanfield, Roderick W. Smith.


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Introduction. Part 1: The Basics. Chapter 1: The Basics of System Administration. Chapter 2: Installing Linux. Chapter 3: Startup and Shutdown. Chapter 4: Tools of the Trade. Part 2: Managing Users, Processes, and Files. Chapter 5: Creating and Maintaining User Accounts. Chapter 6: Filesystems and Disk Management. Chapter 7: Linux Files and Processes. Chapter 8: Software Administration. Chapter 9: Backup and Restore. Part 3: Communications and Networking. Chapter 10: Printers and the Spooling Subsystem. Chapter 11: Serial Communications, Terminals, and Modems. Chapter 12: TCP/IP Linux Networking. Chapter 13: The X Window System. Chapter 14: Setting Up Your Mail Server. Part 4: System Optimization and Improvement. Chapter 15: Security. Chapter 16: Performance Tuning. Chapter 17: Making Your Job Easier with Scripts. Chapter 18: Troubleshooting Your Linux System. Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Linux.
Operating systems (Computers)