Thursday, September 19, 2019

Learn CentOS Linux Network Services (Free PDF)

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Many things have changed since that day in which a young Finnish student named Linus Torvalds decided to post a message in a forum, searching for help with the development of a new operating system. He hardly could have imagined that there would be so many people eager to collaborate. And what had started as a hobby became an efficient operating system (OS) used today by thousands of companies and users around the world.

Linus decided to make this OS free for everybody to use, share, study, and modify the code. So he licensed the code under the GNU license. This way, it was possible for everybody to have access to the source code and modify it according to their likes and/ or needs. This resulted in many companies, universities, etc., having their own Linux distributions.

Even though many of these distributions have remained confined to small areas of influence, such as universities or official departments, a few have achieved general recognition over the years. A few well-known examples include Red Hat, SUSE, Debian, and Ubuntu.

The Red Hat Linux distribution system, developed by the Red Hat company is, undoubtedly, one of the most important and influential. Red Hat has made many relevant contributions to the Linux community, for example, the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM), used by several other distributions, and Suse.

About the Author
About the Technical Reviewer
Chapter 1: Installation
Chapter 2: Basic Administration
Chapter 3: Networking
Chapter 4: DNS
Chapter 5: DHCP
Chapter 6: Remote Access
Chapter 7: Web Server
Chapter 8: FTP Server
Chapter 9: Mail Server
Chapter 10: Firewalls
Chapter 11: OpenLDAP

Author Details
"Antonio Vazquez" is an IT professional who has been working with Linux for more than a decade. He studied computer engineering at university in Spain, and he currently holds many IT certifications from the main vendors in the industry.

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