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Foundations of CentOS Linux
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Author(s): Chivas Sicam, Ryan Baclit, Peter Membrey, John Newbigin
Pages: 501 pages
Publisher: Apress (November 01, 2009)
Dimensions: 1.09 x 9.28 x 7.58 inches
Weight: 1.59 pounds
You need to maintain clients, servers and networks, while acquiring new skills. Foundations of Cent OS Linux: Enterprise Linux On the Cheap
covers a free, unencumbered Linux operating system within the Red Hat lineage, but it does not assume you have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux license. Now you can learn CentOS Linux, the most powerful and popular of all Red Hat clones, keep maintaining your network at work, and become an RHCE, all just for the cost of this book.
- Introduces CentOS Linux and Fedora clients as equals to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Sets up CentOS as a secure, high-performance web services back end
- Prepares you for the RHCE examination, but does not assume an RHEL installation
What you'll learn
If you want to use CentOS servers professionally and attach Red Hat clients, you need to know as much as a Red Hat engineer. This book has been written by two RHCEs who use CentOS 90% of the time, so after studying this book, you will know as much as an RHCE. And if you still want to take RHCE examinations, you can!
- Install and configure CentOS servers.
- Attach Fedora clients.
- Design servers with security built in from the ground up.
- Integrate Fedora clients and CentOS servers.
- Set up directory services.
- Learn to use virtualization techniques.
About the Author
Jaime Sicam occasionally works as an IT instructor and consultant. Prior to his hiatus from working full time, he indulged himself as one of the system administrators in the engineering team of Defender Technologies Group. Jaime takes pride in being part of DOST-ASTI (Advanced Science and Technology Institute) on Bayanihan Linux. His team advocated the use of open source software for the computing needs of government agencies, schools, and small and medium–size enterprises in the Philippines. He enjoys technology, road trips, and keeping up–to–date on news of the Utah Jazz.
Ryan Baclit is a Linux and web programming instructor at the Bluepoint Institute of Higher Technology in Manila. He used to administer open source databases and networks in a previous life, before he discovered that those who can do, teach. He holds an RHCE and a degree in computer science from DLSU in Manila.