SUSE Linux Administration Guide
by Frank Bodammer, Stefan Dirsch, et al.
Publisher: SUSE LINUX AG 2004
Number of pages: 583
The SUSE LINUX Administration Guide provides background information about the way your SUSE LINUX operates. This book introduces Linux system administration basics such as file systems, kernels, boot processes, an Apache web server, and secure authentication. This document comprises five major categories: Installation, Configuration, System, Network, and Appendices.
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