The CTDP Linux User's Guide
by Mark Allen
Publisher: CTDP 2000
This online book gives an organized overview of Linux including basic commands, file systems, file structure, system configuration, networking and the respective services, managing users and processes, and the configuration of X. The author explains how to set up filesystems, working with the init process, how to set liLO and the kernel up, setting up system logging, user accounting, user limits, CRON, setting up the network, DNS, DHCP, Samba services, BOOTP, IP masquerading, routing, network file sharing, etc.
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