Linux In A Nutshell 4th Edition Free PDF

 

Linux In A Nutshell 4th Edition Free PDF

Linux In A Nutshell 4th Edition Free PDF

Linux In A Nutshell 4th Edition Free PDF

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Linux in a Nutshell, 4th Edition
By Stephen Figgins, Ellen Siever, Aaron Weber
Publisher : O’Reilly
Pub Date : June 2003
ISBN : 0-596-00482-6
Pages : 944
Slots : 1

Description:

In the course of the most recent couple of years, Linux has become both as a working framework and an instrument for individual and business use. At the same time turning out to be more easy to understand and all the more intense as a back-end framework, Linux has accomplished new levels: the more current file systems have set, new summons and devices have showed up and gotten to be standard, and the desktop- – including new desktop situations – have ended up being to be feasible, stable, and promptly open to even the individuals who don’t see themselves as PC masters.

Whether you’re utilizing Linux for individual programming ventures, for a little office or home office (regularly termed the SOHO environment), to give administrations to a little gathering of associates, or to regulate a website in charge of a large number of email and web associations every day, you require snappy access to data on an extensive variety of instruments. This book covers all parts of managing and making powerful utilization of Linux frameworks. Among its points are booting, bundle administration, and amendment control. In any case, first in Linux in a Nutshell are the utilities and charges that make Linux a standout amongst the most effective and adaptable frameworks accessible.

Presently in its fifth release, Linux in a Nutshell conveys clients cutting-edge with the present condition of Linux. Considered by numerous to be the most finish and definitive charge reference for Linux accessible, the book covers all generous client, programming, organization, and systems administration summons for the most widely recognized Linux appropriations.

Far reaching yet brief, the fifth release has been overhauled to cover new components of real Linux disseminations. Setup data for the quickly developing business system administrations and group overhaul administrations is one of the subjects secured interestingly.

In any case, that is only the starting. The book covers editors, shells, and LILO and GRUB boot alternatives. There’s likewise scope of Apache, Samba, Postfix, sendmail, CVS, Subversion, Emacs, vi, sed, ogle, and substantially more. Everything that framework chairmen, engineers, and power clients need to think about Linux is referenced here, and they will swing to this book over and over.

Content:

  1. Chapter 1 Introduction
    1. The Excitement of Linux
    2. Distribution and Support
    3. Commands on Linux
    4. What This Book Offers
    5. Sources and Licenses
    6. Beginner’s Guide
  2. Chapter 2 System and Network Administration Overview
    1. Common Commands
    2. Overview of Networking
    3. Overview of TCP/IP
    4. Overview of Firewalls and Masquerading
    5. Overview of NFS
    6. Overview of NIS
    7. Administering NIS
    8. RPC and XDR
  3. Chapter 3 Linux Commands
    1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
  4. Chapter 4 Boot Methods
    1. The Boot Process
    2. LILO: The Linux Loader
    3. GRUB: The Grand Unified Bootloader
    4. GRUB Commands
    5. Dual-Booting Linux and Windows NT/2000/XP
    6. Boot-Time Kernel Options
    7. initrd: Using a RAM Disk
  5. Chapter 5 Package Management
    1. The Red Hat Package Manager
    2. Yum: Yellowdog Updater Modified
    3. up2date: Red Hat Update Agent
    4. The Debian Package Manager
  6. Chapter 6 The Bash Shell and Korn Shell
    1. Overview of Features
    2. Invoking the Shell
    3. Syntax
    4. Functions
    5. Variables
    6. Arithmetic Expressions
    7. Command History
    8. Job Control
    9. Command Execution
    10. Restricted Shells
    11. Built-in Commands (Bash and Korn Shells)
  7. Chapter 7 Pattern Matching
    1. Filenames Versus Patterns
    2. Metacharacters
    3. Metacharacters, Listed by Program
    4. Examples of Searching
  8. Chapter 8 The Emacs Editor
    1. Conceptual Overview
    2. Command-Line Syntax
    3. Summary of Commands by Group
    4. Summary of Commands by Key
    5. Summary of Commands by Name
  9. Chapter 9 The vi, ex, and vim Editors
    1. Conceptual Overview
    2. Command-Line Syntax
    3. Review of vi Operations
    4. vi Commands
    5. vi Configuration
    6. ex Basics
    7. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands
  10. Chapter 10 The sed Editor
    1. Conceptual Overview
    2. Command-Line Syntax
    3. Syntax of sed Commands
    4. Group Summary of sed Commands
    5. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands
  11. Chapter 11 The gawk Programming Language
    1. Conceptual Overview
    2. Command-Line Syntax
    3. Patterns and Procedures
    4. Built-in Variables
    5. Operators
    6. Variable and Array Assignment
    7. User-Defined Functions
    8. Gawk-specific Features
    9. Implementation Limits
    10. Group Listing of awk Functions and Commands
    11. Alphabetical Summary of awk Functions and Commands
    12. Source Code
  12. Chapter 12 Source Code Management: An Overview
    1. Introduction and Terminology
    2. Usage Models
    3. Source Code Management Systems
    4. Other Source Code Management Systems
  13. Chapter 13 The Concurrent Versions System (CVS)
    1. Conceptual Overview
    2. Command-Line Syntax and Options
    3. Dot Files
    4. Environment Variables
    5. Keywords and Keyword Modes
    6. Dates
    7. CVSROOT Variables
    8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
  14. Chapter 14 The Subversion Version Control System
    1. Conceptual Overview
    2. Obtaining Subversion
    3. Using Subversion: A Quick Tour
    4. The Subversion Command Line Client: svn
    5. Repository Administration: svnadmin
    6. Examining the Repository: svnlook
    7. Providing Remote Access: svnserve
    8. Other Subversion Components
  1. Colophon

Linux In A Nutshell 4th Edition Free PDF

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