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Carla Schroder

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Audience


This book is aimed at folks who want to know what button to push.
Understanding the underlying theory is useful, but if you
can't make the darn thing work, not very helpful. So
it's light on theory and heavy on
how-to-make-this-go, with detailed, step-by-step instructions.
I've included many references to additional
resources.

Readers should have a bit of Linux experience. You
don't need to be a guru, but you should have some
familiarity with the basics of booting up and shutting down, starting
applications, Web surfing, and poking around the filesystem. You
should know how to find and use the command line, as well as work in
a graphical environment. You should understand that Linux is a true
multi-user system, and that you use an ordinary unprivileged user
account as much as possible, and that you only invoke root when you
really need to.

This book assumes that you are in charge of a PC or LAN, and can
acquire rootly powers when the occasion calls for them. You might be
a power user who wants complete control of your Linux box, or a home
user who wants to run a personal web or mail server, or set up a
small LAN. Perhaps you are a Windows system admininstrator who has
suddenly been ordered to "do
Linux," and you need to know how to set up Linux
servers for Windows clients. Maybe you want to add Linux servers to
an existing network. You might need to integrate Linux and Windows
desktop users on a LAN.

Or you have no need for Windows at all, and just want to learn Linux
system administration.


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