Step-by-Step Linux Guide
by M. B. G. Suranga De Silva
Number of pages: 396
This ebook describes the system administration aspects of using Linux and is intended for people who know nothing about system administration. This Linux ebook doesn’t tell you how to install Linux since it is very straight forward but it gives you real world mail, DNS, proxy, web, messaging etc server installations and configurations.
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