A Book by Mark G. Sobell
A Practical Guide to Red Hat Linux, Second Edition:
Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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Includes 4 CDs with the full Fedora Core 2 (not the publisher's edition, but what you would download from the Web)
Covers Fedora Core 2 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 3
One chapter each on setting up and using these servers/clients: Samba (2 and 3), NIS, NFS, DNS/BIND, Apache (httpd), OpenSSH, FTP (vsftpd), and sendmail
A chapter on iptables with examples and a discussion of setting up different types of firewalls
Seven chapters on sytem administration including setting up a server, DHCP, the Linux filesystem, keeping a system up-to-date using Apt and yum, and setting up a LAN
Three chapters on bash (the Bourne Again Shell) including one chapter on shell programming (writing shell scripts)
Coverage of GNOME and KDE including how to customize each
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