GNU/Linux Advanced Administration (Remo Suppi Boldrito, et al)

 
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GNU/Linux systems have reached a stage of maturity that allows to combine them in nearly any kind of painting surroundings, from cellular telephones to server farms.

The contents of the module "The GNU/Linux operating machine", of which this e-book is the principle documentation, are mostly related to structure management. college students will learn how to deploy, configure and optimize a GNU/Linux running machine and the maximum widely used laptop services.

All through this direction students will engage in practical sports associated with those subjects, applying them in real GNU/Linux structures.

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(2007, 2009)
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Public Domain Mark 1.0
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Pub, ePub, Kindle, etc.
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0201596075

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