Linux Network Servers (Craig Hunt Linux Library)
Tap into Linux's impressive capabilities as a network server. Written by one of the world's leading Linux system administration experts, Linux Network Servers teaches you, step-by-step, all the standard and advanced techniques you need to know to configure and administer a full range of network services, from file and printer sharing to email and the Web. Hundreds of clear, consistent examples illustrate these techniques in detail--so you stay on track and accomplish all your goals. Coverage includes the following:
Understanding the boot process
Working with the network interface
Setting up login services
Using Linux name services
Configuring a mail server
Setting up Apache Web server
Configuring network gateway services
Configuring desktop configuration server
Setting up file sharing
Setting up printer services
Securing your server
The Craig Hunt Linux Library
The Craig Hunt Linux Library provides in-depth, advanced coverage of the key topics for Linux administrators. Topics include Samba, System Administration, DNS Server Administration, Apache, Security, and Sendmail. Each book in the series is either written by or meticulously reviewed by Craig Hunt to ensure the highest quality and most complete coverage for networking professionals working specifically in Linux environments.
Table of Contents
Part 1: The Basics.
Chapter 1: The Boot Process.
Chapter 2: The Network Interface.
Part 2: Internet Server Configuration.
Chapter 3: Login Services.
Chapter 4: Linux Name Services.
Chapter 5: Configuring a Mail Server.
Chapter 6: The Apache Web Server.
Chapter 7: Network Gateway Services.
Part 3: Departmental Server Configuration.
Chapter 8: Desktop Configuration Servers.
Chapter 9: File Sharing.
Chapter 10: Printer Services.
Chapter 11: More Mail Services.
Part 4: Maintaining a Healthy Server.
Chapter 12: Security.
Chapter 13: Troubleshooting.
Appendix A: Installing Linux.
Appendix B: BIND Reference.
Appendix C; The m4 Macros for sendmail.
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