Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide
de Steve Shah
Learn to install and administer Linux on an individual workstation or an entire network with this comprehensive in depth reference. You'll find everything you need to get up and running with any Linux distribution, including the latest version of Red Hat. Updated to cover the new 2.4 kernel and complete with an expanded section on advanced networking, this book shows you how to install and configure Linux, set up Internet services, handle single-host administration, and much more. Plus, you'll get eight pages of blueprints illustrating the differences between Linux and Windows NT/2000. If you are a professional administrator wanting to bring Linux into your network topology, a home user with multiple machines wanting to build a simple home network, or are migrating from Windows, then you need this book.