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Linux system administration.


Linux system administration.

Adelstein, Tom and Bill Lubanovic.

O'Reilly Media, Inc.


279 pages




Appropriate for Linux users and Unix administrators, this guide explains how to set up a Linux server on the internet, build a DNS server using BIND, install the ISPConfig software configuration system, and administer the Apache web server. Later chapters discuss load-balanced clusters, the dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), virtualization, bash shell commands, and tools for backing up data.

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