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Friday, September 24, 2010

Linux Network Administrators Guide

Sources of Information If you are new to the world of Linux, there are a number of resources to explore and become familiar with. Having access to the Internet is helpful, but not essential. Linux Documentation Project guides The Linux Documentation Project is a group of volunteers who have worked to produce books (guides), HOWTO documents, and manual pages on topics ranging from installation to kernel programming. The LDP works include: Linux Installation and Getting Started By Matt Welsh, et al. This bookdescribes how to obtain, install, and use Linux. It includes an introductory Unix tutorial and information on systems administration, the X Window System, and networking. LinuxSystem Administrators Guide By Lars Wirzenius and Joanna Oja. This book is a guide to general Linux system administration and covers topics such as creating and configuring users, performing system backups, configuration of major software packages, and installing and upgrading software. Linux System Adminstration Made Easy By Steve Frampton. This book describes day?to?day administration and maintenance issues of relevance to Linux users. Linux Programmers Guide By B. Scott Burkett, Sven Goldt, John D. Harper, Sven van der Meer, and Matt Welsh. This book covers topics of interest to people who wish to develop application software for Linux. The Linux Kernel By David A. Rusling. This book provides an introduction to the Linux Kernel, how it is constructed, and how it works. Take a tour of your kernel. The Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide By Ori Pomerantz. This guide explains how to write Linux kernel modules. More manuals are in development. For more information about the LDP you should consult their World Wide Web server at http://www.linuxdoc.org/ or one of its many mirrors. HOW TO documents The Linux HOW TOs are a comprehensive series of papers detailing various aspects of the system such as installation and configuration of the X Window System software, or how to write in assembly language programming under Linux. These are generally located in the HOWTO subdirectory of the FTP sites listed.

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