Unix System Administration
by Frank G. Fiamingo
Publisher: The Ohio State University 1996
Number of pages: 424
Systems administration is the installation and maintenance of the UNIX computer system. The system administrator will need to maintain the software and hardware for the system. This includes hardware configuration, software installation, reconfiguration of the kernel, networking, and anything else that's required to make the system work and keep it running in a satisfactory manner.
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