Donning Red Hat 9: Jang's book is a boost up the Linux learning ladder. -- Computerworld New Zealand, August 18, 2003
It's pretty simple really - you want to know a lot on Red Hat Linux? Get this book, today. -- Help Net Security Magazine, July 18, 2003
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Open source development makes Linux robust and rock solid. IBMs billion dollar investment in Linux adds to its credibility. A recent Goldman Sachs study suggests that Linux will emerge as the dominant operating system in the corporate data center.
If you want to be a part of this revolution in computing, you need to know Linux. This is the book that can help you become a part of the change by Mastering Red Hat Linux.
This book provides the skills you need to install, configure, secure and maintain Red Hat Linux 9. It shows you how to install Linux from a CD or over a network. You can even automate the process with Kickstart.
This book can help you become a competent Linux administrator. It gives you the skills you need to manage Red Hat Linux from the command line, administer users, and work with RPMs. It includes a step-by-step guide to reconfiguring the kernel. It also covers the new Red Hat tools that can help you configure major services from the GUI. If you want a server, this book helps you configure Linux for, DNS, DHCP, CUPS, sendmail, FTP, NFS, Samba, Apache and Tux.
There are 100 pages of bonus material available online at the Sybex website. It can help you prepare for various Linux certification exams (Linux+, Sair, LPI, RHCE). It is a command reference. It also includes a detailed analysis of comps.xml, which can help you create custom Red Hat Linux CDs.