Mastering OpenLDAP: Configuring, Securing and Integrating Directory Services This book is the ideal introduction to using OpenLDAP for Application Developers and will also benefit System Administrators running OpenLDAP. It prepares the reader to build a directory using OpenLDAP, and then employ this directory in the context of the network, taking a practical approach that emphasizes how to get things done. On occasion, it... Linux All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies (Computer/Tech)
8 books in 1 — your key to the world of Linux!
Your one-stop guide to installing, administering, using, and programming Linux
Curious about Linux, the amazing alternative operating system? This bookanswers your questions and shows you how to handle several of the most...
Suse Linux Integration Guide for IBM Elogo Server Xseries and Netfinity This redbook will help you install, tailor and configure the SuSE Linux 7.0 distribution on different servers of the xSeries and Netfinity class. You will be instructed on how to do the basic installation, and installing and configuring different services such as Apache (http-Server), Samba (Fileserver for Windows-based networks), and Postfix (an...
Linux Network Servers (Craig Hunt Linux Library) Authoritative Answers to All Your Linux Network Server Questions—Specifically for Linux Administrators
Tap into Linux's impressive capabilities as a network server. Written by one of the world’s leading Linux system administration experts, Linux Network Servers teaches you,...
Real World Linux Security (2nd Edition)
Stop today's most vicious Internet attackers—right in their tracks!
Your Linux system will be attacked: maybe in minutes, certainly in days. Be ready! Real World Linux Security, Second Edition brings together state-of-the-art solutions and exclusive software for safeguarding any Linux-based system or...
Implementing CIFS: The Common Internet File System
"The book that Microsoft should have written, but didn't."
—Jeremy Allison, Samba Team
"Your detailed explanations are clear and backed-up with source code—and the numerous bits of humor make a dry subject very enjoyable to read."
—J.D. Lindemann, network engineer, Adaptec, Inc.
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