Red Hat Linux 7.2: The Complete Reference, Second Edition
The Most Comprehensive Red Hat Linux Resource Available
Master Red Hat Linux--including version 7.2--using this authoritative reference. Linux guru Richard Petersen provides details on networking, kernel management, Internet servers, system administration, and much more. You'll also get full coverage of Internet clients, office suites,...
Fedora Bible 2010 Edition: Featuring Fedora Linux 12
The perfect companion for mastering the latest version of Fedora
As a free, open source Linux operating system sponsored by Red Hat, Fedora can either be a stepping stone to Enterprise or used as a viable operating system for those looking for frequent updates. Written by veteran authors of perennial bestsellers, this book...
Replication Techniques in Distributed Systems (Advances in Database Systems) The dream behind interconnecting large numbers of computers has been to have their combined capabilities serve users as one. This distributed computer would compose its resources so as to offer functionality, dependability, and performance, that far exceed those offered by a single isolated computer. This dream has started to be realized, insofar... Understanding IPv6, Second Edition Now updated for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, this guide delivers in-depth technical information on Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). IPv6 greatly improves on IPv4, the current protocol, by vastly increasing the number of available addresses and by adding enhancements for security, multimedia traffic management, routing, and network...
Linux Troubleshooting Bible
If something goes wrong, roll up your sleeves, then troubleshoot and fix Linux yourself!
Commercial support packages for Linux can be expensive. This unique book gives you the power to diagnose and fix a wide range of Linux problems. Using Fedora Core Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux examples, Thomas Weeks and bestselling Red Hat...
DNS and BIND You may not know much about the Domain Name System − yet − but whenever you use the Internet, you
use DNS. Every time you send electronic mail or surf the World Wide Web, you rely on the Domain Name
You see, while you, as a human being, prefer to remember the names of computers, computers like to address
Windows Server 2012 Automation with PowerShell Cookbook
Automating server tasks allows administrators to repeatedly perform the same, or similar, tasks over and over again. With PowerShell scripts, you can automate server tasks and reduce manual input, allowing you to focus on more important tasks.
Windows Server 2012 Automation with PowerShell will show several ways for a Windows...
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