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Unix Bible

by Yves Lepage and Paul Iarrera

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Book Description
The ultimate UNIX reference--now revised and updated! Through real-life examples, readers learn to build and manage a peak-performance UNIX system, configure Internet and intranet connectivity, lock in security, and more. The two CD-ROMs contain a full Linux distribution as well as programming and administration tools.

"Novice and power users alike will appreciate this comprehensive reference." —InfoWorld Analyst

Book Info
Offers complete coverage of Unix, from the inside out. Includes information on security issues, troubleshooting, ISP connectivity issues, and more. The CD-ROMs contain Slackware Linux version 7.0 software, and valuable programming and administration tools. Previous edition not cited. Softcover. DLC: Unix (Computer file).

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If Unix can do it, you can do it too

This all-in-one reference will show you the quickest, most efficient way to set up and manage your Unix system. You'll find this updated edition to be an invaluable resource for Unix basics, user-friendly tools, and troubleshooting techniques — whether you're running a workstation or a server. Inside, Unix gurus Yves Lepage and Paul Iarrera share real-world case studies to help you maximize your system's potential. Plus, you get their expert advice on Linux, BSD, and other Open Source options; how-to guidance on setting up an at-home Unix system; in-depth coverage of hardware requirements and connectivity issues; and more.

Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Unix

  • Understand the guts of your Unix system &mdash from kernel to shell
  • Implement top-notch security measures
  • Implement interprocess communications using several methods
  • Get up to speed on ISP connectivity issues
  • Administer a Unix workstation, Internet server, Mail server, and more
  • Manage login servers
  • Maneuver through the Unix file system
  • Troubleshoot your Unix network
  • Slackware®: Linux v7.0
  • Valuable programming and administration tools
Build and manage a peak-performance Unix system

Implement a fully scalable network with Internet and intranet connectivity

Secure your system — from firewalls to logins

About the Author
Yves Lepage has authored or contributed to a number of books on networking-related topics, given networking presentations to IT professionals, and taught UNIX seminars. As an experienced UNIX network administrator, he has obtained a great deal of hands-on UNIX networking mastery while working with the McGill University network in Montreal, Canada.

Paul Iarrera is an information systems consultant working in the financial and communications industries. He has written course materials, and provided hands-on UNIX systems management training for IT professionals in the corporate environment. His experience implementing UNIX solutions for enterprise-level computing affords him knowledge and expertise in-depth UNIX systems integration.


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