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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Essentials

  • Category: Computer
  • Author: Neil Smyth
  • Pages: 274 pages

Read and download free eBook intituled Red Hat Enterprise Linux Essentials in format – 274 pages created by Neil Smyth.

Arguably one of the most highly regarded and widely used enterprise level operating systems available today is the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution. Not only is it considered to be among the most stable and reliable operating systems, it is also backed by the considerable resources and technical skills of Red Hat, Inc.

This book is designed to provide detailed information on the installation, use and administration of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution. For beginners, the book covers topics such as operating system installation, the basics of the GNOME desktop environment, configuring email and web servers and installing packages and system updates using App Streams. Additional installation topics such as dual booting with Microsoft Windows are also covered, together with allimportant security topics such as configuring a firewall and user and group administration.

For the experienced user, topics such as remote desktop access, the Cockpit web interface, logical volume management (LVM), disk partitioning, swap management, KVM virtualization, Secure Shell (SSH), Linux Containers and file sharing using both Samba and NFS are covered in detail to provide a thorough overview of this enterprise class operating system.

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