Securing and Optimizing Linux: The Ultimate Solution
by Gerhard Mourani
Publisher: Open Network Architecture, Inc. 2001
Number of pages: 876
This book is intended for a technical audience and system administrators who manage Linux servers, but it also includes material for home users and others. It discusses how to install and setup a Linux Server with all the necessary security and optimization for a high performance Linux specific machine. This book tries to be different by talking about only the essential and important information that the readers want to know by eliminating all the nonsense.
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