Written by the creator of Webmin, this book explains how to use the most popular Webmin modules to perform common administration tasks on a Linux system such as adding users, configuring Apache, setting up NFS file sharing and managing the Sendmail mail server.Each chapter covers a single server or service, and is broken down into sections that list the steps required to carry out certain tasks using Webmin.
Core support: CPU, Memory, Process.
Management , Interrupt/Exception Handling etc.
Dynamically Loadable Kernel Modules.
User Mode Access to kernel facilities.
System Calls and Signals.
Filesystem Device Nodes.
Are not accessed through a device node but instead are accessed.
through a “network interface” abstraction.
A Unix system can easily be identified by its prompts. When you first
connect to a Unix system, you should receive the login prompt, which is usually
"Login:" (Note, that the first character may or may not be capitalized.) On
some systems, this prompt may be ";Login:" or "User:" (Again, the first letter
may or may not be capitalized.) This may be preceded by a short message,
We designed this book to be used as both a tutorial and a reference. If you’re a Unix newbie, you should start at the beginning and work forward through the first several chapters. As you progress through the chapters, you’ll build on concepts and commands you learned in previous chapters. Then, as you become more proficient, you can start picking and choosing topics, depending on what you want to do. Be sure to reference the table of contents, index, and the appendixes to find information.
Each chapter covers several topics, each of which is presented in its own section.
This document is a collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work
or for advanced users. This is a practical guide with concise explanations, however the reader is
supposed to know what s/he is doing.The latest version of this document can be found at http://cb.vu/unixtoolbox.xhtml. Replace .xhtml
on the link with .pdf for the PDF version and with .book.pdf for the booklet version. On a duplex
printer the booklet will create a small book ready to bind. See also the about page.
Error reports and comments are most welcome - firstname.lastname@example.org Colin Barschel....
Every aspect of a network-storage, file transfers, backup-depends on the filesystem for structure, functionality, and integrity. Surprisingly, UNIX-the operating system of choice for mission-critical networks-has historically had little documentation on its filesystem structures. Written by Steve Pate, a sen-ior member of the VERITAS Filesystems Group, this book sheds light on the inner workings of UNIX filesystems and gives you the know-how to fine-tune your UNIX filesystems for optimal performance.
CS 141 presents abouts Labs are mandatory; attendance will be taken in each lab; make account on moodle; projects will be submitted via moodle; connecting to a Unix/Linux system; unix/Linux File System;...
This book is a collection of recipes for the working Linux sysadmin–a set of stand-alone quick guides
and tips that you can keep on your desk for easy reference. Hardcore in-depth manuals are great when
you have the time to sit down and read through them thoroughly, but that’s not always the case when
you have a bug that you needed fixed yesterday. This book is aimed at giving you tools to fix problems
faster but also to help you set up software and systems to avoid problems showing up in the first place.
Or at least to help you catch them sooner and solve...
Lí thuyết HĐH Unix/Linux
Mục lục A. Tổng quan: Vài nét về Hệ Điều hành B. Unix/Linux Chương I. Tổng quan hệ thống Unix Chương II. Hệ thống tệp (file subsystem) 1. Tổng quan về Hệ thống tệp 2. Gọi Hệ Thống thao tác tệp (System call for FS) Chương III. Tiến Trình (process) 1 Tổng quan về tiến trình 2 Cấu trúc của Tiến trình 3 Kiểm soát tiến trình Chương IV. Chương V. Chương VI.
New to UNIX and looking for a book to help you get acquainted with UNIX?
Not so new to UNIX but looking to expand your knowledge?
A programmer looking for a guide to UNIX as a reference and a teaching guide for
Perl, awk, and the shells?
A beginning system administrator looking to learn how to install UNIX or how to
connect your UNIX to a network?
A system administrator looking for a reference guide or maybe just wanting to expand
A curious soul wanting to know everything about UNIX?
If any of these is true, you are holding the right book.
"Network and system security" provides focused coverage of network and system security technologies. It explores practical solutions to a wide range of network and systems security issues. Chapters are authored by leading experts in the field and address the immediate and long-term challenges in the authors’ respective areas of expertise. Coverage includes building a secure organization, cryptography, system intrusion, UNIX and Linux security, Internet security, intranet security, LAN security; wireless network security, cellular network security, RFID security, and more.
AFIS systems are amazing. With AFIS, people can be fingerprinted and have
their criminal history records checked in a matter of minutes; a mug shot and
palm print might be included on the rap sheet returned to the inquiring
agency. The technology has moved from exclusively forensic or criminal applications
into other areas, such as social services benefits and other emerging
The greatest use of AFIS technology is for tenprint identifications, in which
rolled fingerprint images are compared against enrolled records.
History Design Principles Kernel Modules Process Management Scheduling Memory Management File Systems Input and Output Interprocess Communication Network Structure Security
Linux is a modem, free operating system based on UNIX standards. First developed as a small but self-contained kernel in 1991 by Linus Torvalds, with the major design goal of UNIX compatibility. Its history has been one of collaboration by many users from all around the world, corresponding almost exclusively over the Internet.
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To explore the history of the UNIX operating system from which Linux is derived and the principles which Linux is designed upon To examine the Linux process model and illustrate how Linux schedules processes and provides interprocess communication To look at memory management in Linux To explore how Linux implements file systems and manages I/O devices...
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Build your network once using cfengine, and the network build will work, without user intervention, on any hardware you prefer. Automating Linux and Unix System Administration, Second Edition is unique in its focus on how to make the system administrator’s job easier and more efficient: instead of just managing the system administrator’s time, the book explains the technology to automate repetitive tasks and the methodology to automate successfully.
This Web site provides information for the system administrator of Tru64 UNIX systems (Version 5.1A and higher) and of HP-UX 11i v2 systems.
Commands, graphical user interfaces (GUIs), and notes are compared for each system in a side-by-side basis. These comparisons do not imply a one-to-one correspondence; they can show a different method for accomplishing a given task.
Covering all aspects of the Unix operating system and assuming no prior knowledge of Unix, this book begins with the fundamentals and works from the ground up to some of the more advanced programming techniques
The authors provide a wealth of real-world experience with the Unix operating system, delivering actual examples while showing some of the common misconceptions and errors that new users make