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by Steve Shah,Michael Turner

Download Red Hat Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guide) eBook
ISBN:
0072226315
Author:
Steve Shah,Michael Turner
Category:
Operating Systems
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1 edition (January 24, 2003)
Pages:
544 pages
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1429 kb
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1497 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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981


Michael Turner, Steve Shah. McGraw Hill Professional, 14 февр. Michael Turner is a systems administrator, software engineer, author, and all around geek with over twenty years experience behind a computer keyboard.

Michael Turner, Steve Shah. He first started working with UNIX in 1988 and has been working with Linux professionally since 1995. He has managed computer networks with over 80,000 users and has written software that has flown on the Space Shuttle Discovery.

Authors Michael Turner and Steve Shah deliver sound instruction and valuable information in this structured . This is strictly a beginner's guide to Linux. The author goes to great lengths to explain only the rudimentry

Authors Michael Turner and Steve Shah deliver sound instruction and valuable information in this structured learning tool. The author goes to great lengths to explain only the rudimentry. For example, the author explains around 12 useful commands for the beginners and ignores the rest. Of course, there are far more commands to learn to be truly competent with Linux.

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I used this book to teach a Beginners Linux Administration class, and found it to be a great book. The only downfall, and this does not really matter at the beginners level, is - this book is written with Red Hat 8 when we have had 3 oor 4 versions after that. Beyond that this is a great book. Categories: Education.

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Chapter 3: GNOME and KDE.

Part II: Single Host Administration. Chapter 5: Managing Users. Chapter 6: The Command Line.

Narender Reddy Muthyala, Mike Turner, Steve Shah. This is a practical guide to Red Hat Linux for systems and network administrators who are moving from Windows to Linux or are experimenting with bringing Linux into their network.

Red Hat Linux Administration. by Michael Turner and Steve Shah. I think this book accomplishes exactly what the title mentions, "A Beginner's Guide". I guess I thought myself as in the "beginner" category, but after reading this book, I realized that I was not and needed something with a bit more depth to help me.

Perfect for systems and network administrators migrating from Windows NT to Linux, or experimenting with bringing Linux into their network topology. Even novice users will find plenty of helpful information on administering the open source operating system—including installation, initial configuration, using the bash command shell, managing files, managing software, and granting rights to users.
  • Very Old Chap
This is strictly a beginner's guide to Linux. The author goes to great lengths to explain only the rudimentry. For example, the author explains around 12 useful commands for the beginners and ignores the rest. Of course, there are far more commands to learn to be truly competent with Linux.

If you already know how to install and configure Linux, stay away from this book. On the other hand, if you just learned how to spell Linux, then this book is a good place to start. Just remember to buy an another more advanced reference to raise your understanding.

My only gripe about this book is that the author lacks strong understanding of Windows but criticizes it nonetheless. For example, the author claims that when a Windows GUI crashes, the entire OS crashes with it. This WAS true....about ten years ago.
  • Katishi
I've messed around with a bit of UNIX at work as a shell account user, but with this economy, it never hurts to know more tech and be a little less dispensable, so I wanted to set up my own system at home and get my hands dirty.
This book has been a miracle, helping me get through everything from setting up the basics on an old computer I had sitting in the garage (nice to get more use out of it) to implementing a GUI, setting up server daemons, even doing some troubleshooting.
I think I'd have had a slower start if I hadn't already had some basic UNIX experience (navigating, copying files, using a non-GUI text editor) but beyond that, I thought this book was really useful and quite helpful. It's going to be on my reference shelf for a while.
  • Goldcrusher
New users to Linux (Power Users or Windows Admins) will find this book a solid read. I'm not sure how it would be as a beginner's book with no previous experience. I suppose even a beginner could use it, since it covers all the important parts of administration, Linux or whatever. It contains lots of skill building exercises and projects, as well as reusable blueprints. It emphasizes basic areas small business system's administrators would use It covers topics like file systems, backups, printers, user management, security (SSH), various GUIs, task automation, etc. It covers stuff like Apache, sendmail and nameservers, talking to Windows with Samba, exceptionally well.
  • Gavinranadar
I used this book to teach a Beginners Linux Administration class, and found it to be a great book.

The only downfall, and this does not really matter at the beginners level, is -- this book is written with Red Hat 8 when we have had 3 oor 4 versions after that.

Beyond that this is a great book.
  • adventure time
pretty good reference book