Mastering Linux System Administration
1. Edition September 2021
576 Pages, Softcover
Achieve Linux system administration mastery with time-tested and proven techniques
In Mastering Linux System Administration, Linux experts and system administrators Christine Bresnahan and Richard Blum deliver a comprehensive roadmap to go from Linux beginner to expert Linux system administrator with a learning-by-doing approach. Organized by do-it-yourself tasks, the book includes instructor materials like a sample syllabus, additional review questions, and slide decks.
Amongst the practical applications of the Linux operating system included within, you'll find detailed and easy-to-follow instruction on:
* Installing Linux servers, understanding the boot and initialization processes, managing hardware, and working with networks
* Accessing the Linux command line, working with the virtual directory structure, and creating shell scripts to automate administrative tasks
* Managing Linux user accounts, system security, web and database servers, and virtualization environments
Perfect for entry-level Linux system administrators, as well as system administrators familiar with Windows, Mac, NetWare, or other UNIX systems, Mastering Linux System Administration is a must-read guide to manage and secure Linux servers.
RICHARD BLUM has worked as a system and network administrator for over 30 years. He is the author of several Linux books, including Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible and Linux for Dummies and is a popular online Linux instructor.