Agustin's Linux Manual
by Agustin Velasco
Publisher: vegaslocal.com 2003
This book has been written to help all of those who are interested in learning, open minded and loves freedom. The book is written especially to assist educational institutions in teaching people who have zero knowledge of GNU/Linux and perhaps for those who can not afford the pricy schooling but want to become a well respected system administrator. The book takes one step by step from installation to system administration. It teaches how to set up Apache web server, Bind DNS server, Postfix email servers, Samba server and security. It gives details on how to close unnecessary ports. It covers configuration on the Squid proxy server and demonstrates many of the available utilities that will assist readers in system administration.
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