The book is a complete description of the work in the Unix, is also suitable for BSD and Linux systems.

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Description

The book is a complete description of the work in the Unix, is also suitable for BSD and Linux systems.

Rejoice novice sysadmins to you a complete description of the Knicks management systems suited Unix, Linux, and BSD (dedicate a separate chapter) to further bring the content.

Introduction:
An overview of the features of Unix (Linux)
The history of Unix (Linux)
Structure of Unix (Linux)
Review from a user perspective Unix (Linux)
The functions of the operating system Unix (Linux)
Estimated hardware environment Unix (Linux)


System Administration: Unix (Linux)
Maintenance, administration and support of Unix (Linux)

File systems and their use: Unix (Linux)
Creating a file system Unix (Linux)
Mounting the file system Unix (Linux)
Dismantling the file system Unix (Linux)
Check and repair file systems Unix (Linux)

Installing the system characteristics: Unix (Linux)
Reinstalling the date and time Unix (Linux)
Installation of the system name and host name Unix (Linux)

Port Management: Unix (Linux)
Control means of access to the service (SAF) Unix (Linux)
Using the quick installation of the terminal Unix (Linux)
Management monitors port Unix (Linux)
Service Management Unix (Linux)
Installation Management line terminal Unix (Linux)
Use alternate or remote control Unix (Linux)


Set Network Configuration: Unix (Linux)
Network service Unix (Linux)
Control by command shell Unix (Linux)

Scheduling automated tasks: Unix (Linux)
Network service Unix (Linux)
Control by command shell Unix (Linux)

Using Printers: Unix (Linux)
Introduction to Unix (Linux)
Management classes related printers Unix (Linux)
Managing filters Unix (Linux)
Performing daily operations of service printer Unix (Linux)
Configuring the printer for service printers Unix (Linux)
Assigning priority queue to print users Unix (Linux)
Management of the request on the listing of Unix (Linux)
Displays the status of the service printer Unix (Linux)
Creating a configuration link with remote systems Unix (Linux)
Setting up the printer (downward compatibility) Unix (Linux)
Troubleshooting Unix (Linux)
Setting up the service printer Unix (Linux)

Adding and modifying user information: Unix (Linux)
Adding a user Unix (Linux)
Assigning a user password Unix (Linux)
Setting the default user Unix (Linux)
Change passwords Unix (Linux)
Modification of user attributes and groups Unix (Linux)
Erasing names and groups registering Unix (Linux)

Storage Management: Unix (Linux)
Introduction to Unix (Linux)
Working with storage devices Unix (Linux)
Work with devices and data carriers Unix (Linux)
Management attributes devices Unix (Linux)
Manage groups of devices Unix (Linux)

Backing up and restoring files: Unix (Linux)
Introduction to Unix (Linux)
Main service redundancy Unix (Linux)
Basic Service Tools Recovery Unix (Linux)
Extension service means backup Unix (Linux)
Enhanced Recovery Services Unix (Linux)
Quick Reference Guide provides backup Unix (Linux)

Privacy: Unix (Linux)
Data encryption - the team and description of Unix (Linux)

Hard Disk: Unix (Linux)
A breakdown of the hard disk Unix (Linux)
Processing faulty unit Unix (Linux)
Restoring the hard disk Unix (Linux)

Adjustable parameters: Unix (Linux)
Adjustable parameters of Unix (Linux)
Changing the tunable parameters Unix (Linux)
Parameter Description Unix (Linux)
When and what to configure Unix (Linux)
Changing an existing kernel parameter system Unix (Linux)

FreeBSD:
Advantages
Objectives FreeBSD
Why "FreeBSD"?
Free BSD-stable
FreeBSD only available for PCs?
Who is responsible for FreeBSD?
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Additional information

The book is a complete description of the work in the Unix, is also suitable for BSD and Linux systems.

Rejoice novice sysadmins to you a complete description of the Knicks management systems suited Unix, Linux, and BSD (dedicate a separate chapter) to further bring the content.

Introduction:
Overview of the features of the system
History
System Structure
Review from a user perspective
The functions of the operating system
Estimated hardware environment


System Administration:
Maintenance, administration and support

File systems and their use:
Creating a file system
Mounting a file system
Dismantling of the file system
Checking and correcting file system

Installing the system characteristics:
Reinstalling the date and time
Installation of the system name and host name

Port Management:
Control means of access to the service (SAF)
Using the quick installation of the terminal
Management monitors ports
Service Management
Installation Management line terminal
Use alternate or remote control


Installing network configuration:
Network service
Control by command shell

Scheduling automated tasks:
Network service
Control by command shell

Using Printers:
Introduction
Management classes related printers
Office filters
Performing daily operations of service printer
Configuring the printer for service printers
Assigning priority queue to print users
Management of the request for listing
Displays the status of the printer service
Creating a configuration link to remote systems
Setting up the printer (downward compatibility)
Troubleshooting
Setting up the printer service

Adding and modifying user information:
Add User
Assigning a user password
Setting the default user
Change passwords
Modification of user attributes and groups
Erasing names and registration groups

Storage Management:
Introduction
Work with memory devices
Work with devices and data carriers
Management attributes devices
Manage groups of devices

Backing up and restoring files:
Introduction
Main service redundancy
Main service recovery tools
Expanding service redundancy
Enhanced recovery services
Quick Reference Guide provides redundancy

Data protection:
Data encryption - the team and description

Hard Disk:
A breakdown of the hard disk
Processing faulty unit
Restoring Hard Disk

Adjustable parameters:
Configurable System
Changing the tunable parameters
Parameter Description
When and what to adjust
Changing an existing kernel parameter

FreeBSD:
Advantages
Objectives FreeBSD
Why "FreeBSD"?
Free BSD-stable
FreeBSD only available for PCs?
Who is responsible for FreeBSD?
Where can I get FreeBSD?
Teleconference on FreeBSD
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) no FreeBSD
Setting
Connect two FreeBSD machines with parallel port (PLIP)
Installing the system on the laptop through the FLIP (Parallel Line IP)
What are the parameters necessary to use a disk
Limitations on Partitioning
Using disk managers
Message "Missing Operating System" Startup
Installation of the system source
Recompiling the kernel
Message "panic: cant mount root" after rebooting the system installed
Restrictions on memory
Restrictions for ffs filesystems
Copy files to a floppy disk 1TB
The error message "archsw.readin.failed" when compiling the new kernel
"Iron", supported by FreeBSD
Problems with "iron"
Software for FreeBSD
Kernel Configuration
System Administration
X Window System and Virtual Consoles
Networking
Communication Ports

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