eBook – Ubuntu Server Administration (Network Professional’s Library)

Ubuntu Server Administration

eBook – Ubuntu Server Administration (Network Professional’s Library)

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This book focuses on the Hardy Heron (8.04) release of Ubuntu Server Edition. When Hardy Heron was released in April 2008, Canonical committed to support through 2013. In this book, I describe the Ubuntu community, as well as the installation process for Ubuntu Server Edition. I describe the innards of the operating system and basic configuration and administration tools. I show you how to install and configure a variety of services for basic operation, including CUPS, NIS, LDAP, DHCP, DNS, Apache, NFS, Samba/CIFS, Postfix, sendmail, vsFTP, and NTP. Finally, I illustrate how you can reconfigure the Linux kernel and set up various types of virtual machine managers.


Michael Jang (RHCE, UCP, LPIC-2, LCP, Linux+, MCP) is currently a full-time writer who specializes in operating systems and networks. His experience with computers goes back to the days of jumbled punch cards. He has written other books on Linux certification, including RHCE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide, Ubuntu Certified Professional Study Guide, Linux+ Certification Passport, and Sair GNU/Linux Installation and Configuration Exam Cram. His other Linux books include Linux Annoyances for Geeks, Linux Patch Management, and Mastering Fedora
Core Linux 5. He has also written or contributed to books on Microsoft operating systems, including MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows 98 and Mastering Windows XP Professional, Second Edition.

About the Technical Editor

Elizabeth Zinkann is a logical Linux catalyst, a freelance technical editor, and an independent computer consultant. She was a contributing editor and review columnist for Sys Admin Magazine for 10 years. Some of her editing projects have included RHCE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide, Linux+ Certification Passport, Mastering Fedora Core Linux 5, Linux Patch Management, and Write Portable Code. She owns an iBook that thinks it’s an “UbuntuBook” and is an avid digital photographer. In a former life, she also programmed communications features, including ISDN, at AT&T Network Systems.





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