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Learn to install and administer Linux -- on an individual workstation or an entire network -- with this practical introductory guide. You'¬"ll find everything you need to get up and running with any Linux distribution, including the latest version of Red Hat. Covering the new Linux kernel and featuring an expanded section on advanced networking, this book shows you how to install and configure Linux, set up Internet services, handle single-host administration, and much more.
Steven Graham is the manager of Software Quality Assurance at Array Networks. He previously managed a large Red Hat Linux server farm at an ISP, and was Manager of Technical Operations of the Computer Science Department at the University of California, Riverside Steve Shah has been a UNIX systems/network administrator since 1992 and a programmer since 1986. He is Director of Product Management at Array Networks, and has worked with Linux since 1994
Table of Contents
PART I: Installing Linux as a Server
1:Technical Summary of Linux Distributions and Windows 2000