Friday, February 26, 2010

Bill McCarty Learning Red Hat Linux

Bill McCarty Learning Red Hat Linux

The economics of the free software business has taken another football bounce with the release of O'Reilly's Learning Red Hat Linux, a guide to the most popular distribution of the freely redistributable operating system.

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Linux RedHat Cluster Manager Installation Administration Guide

Linux RedHat Cluster Manager Installation Administration Guide

The Red Hat Cluster Manager is a collection of technologies working together to provide data integrity and the ability to maintain application availability in the event of a failure. Using redundant hardware, shared disk storage, power management, and robust cluster communication and application failover mechanisms, a cluster can meet the needs of the enterprise market.

Specially suited for database applications, network file servers, and World Wide Web (Web) servers with dynamic content, a cluster can also be used in conjunction with the Piranha load balancing cluster software, based on the Linux Virtual Server (LVS) project, to deploy a highly available e-commerce site that has complete data integrity and application availability, in addition to load balancing capabilities. See the Section called Using Red Hat Cluster Manager with Piranha in Appendix B for more information.

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A Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux

A Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Product Description
This book is designed and organized so you can get the most out of it in the shortest amount of time. You do not have to read this book straight through in page order. Once you are comfortable using Linux, you can use this book as a reference: Look up a topic of interest in the table of contents or index and read about it. Or think of the book as a catalog of Linux topics: Flip through the pages until a topic catches your eye. The book includes many pointers to Web sites where you can get additional information: Consider the Internet an extension of this book.

A Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux , College Edition, is structured with the following features:
* In this book, the term Fedora/RHEL refers to both Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Features that apply to only one operating system or the other are marked as such using these indicators: FEDORA or RHEL.
* Optional sections enable you to read the book at different levels, returning to more difficult material when you are ready to delve into it.
* Caution boxes highlight procedures that can easily go wrong, giving you guidance before you run into trouble.
* Tip boxes highlight ways that you can save time by doing something differently or situations when it may be useful or just interesting to have additional information.
* Security boxes point out places where you can make a system more secure. The security appendix presents a quick background in system security issues.
* Concepts are illustrated by practical examples throughout the book.
* Chapter summaries review the important points covered in each chapter.
* Review exercises are included at the end of each chapter for readers who want to further hone their skills. Answers to even-numbered exercises are at
* This book provides resources for finding software on the Internet. It also explains how download and install software using yum, BitTorrent, and, for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Network (RHN).
* The glossary defines more than 500 common terms.
* The book describes in detail many important GNU tools, including the gcc C compiler, the gdb debugger, the GNU Configure and Build System, make, and gzip.
* Pointers throughout the text provide help in obtaining online documentation from many sources including the local system, the Red Hat Web site, the Fedora Project Web site, and other locations on the Internet.
* Many useful URLs (Internet addresses) point to sites where you can obtain software, security programs and information, and more.
* The comprehensive index helps you locate topics quickly and easily.

Key Topics Covered in This Book
This book contains a lot of information. This section distills and summarizes its contents. You may want to review the table of contents for more detail. This book covers the following.

* Describes how to download from the Internet and burn both Fedora Desktop Live Media CD/DVDs and Fedora Install Media DVDs.
* Helps you plan the layout of the system s hard disk and assists you in using Disk Druid or the GNOME graphical partition editor (gparted) to partition the hard disk.
* Explains how to use the Logical Volume Manager (LVM2) to set up, grow, and migrate logical volumes, which are similar in function to traditional disk partitions.
* Discusses booting into a live Fedora session and installing Fedora from that session.
* Describes in detail how to install Fedora/RHEL from a DVD, CD, a hard disk, or over a network using FTP, NFS, or HTTP.
* Covers boot command line parameters (FEDORA), responses to the boot: prompt (RHEL), and explains how to work with Anaconda, Fedora/RHEL s installation program.
* Covers the details of customizing the version of the X Window System.

Working with Fedora/RHEL
* Introduces the graphical desktop (GUI) and explains how to use desktop tools including the panel, Panel menu, Main menu, Window Operations menu, Desktop menu, Desktop switcher, and terminal emulator.
* Presents the KDE desktop and covers using Konqueror to manage files, start programs, and browse the Web.
* Covers the GNOME desktop and the Nautilus file manager.
* Explains how to customize your desktop to please your senses and help you work more efficiently.
* Covers the Bourne Again Shell (bash) in three chapters, including an entire chapter on shell programming that includes many sample shell scripts.
* Explains the command line interface (CLI) and introduces more than 30 command line utilities.
* Presents a tutorial on the vim (vi work-alike) textual editor.
* Covers types of networks, network protocols, and network utilities.
* Explains hostnames, IP addresses, and subnets, and explores how to use host and dig to look up domain names and IP addresses on the Internet.
* Covers distributed computing and the client/server model.

Product Details

* Paperback: 1224 pages
* Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; 5 edition (February 21, 2010)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 0137060882
* ISBN-13: 978-0137060887

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RedHat Linux Unleashed second edition

RedHat Linux Unleashed second edition

I don’t know how many times I have been asked what Red Hat is. When I say that it is a distribution of Linux, people tend to know what I am talking about. (At least the people I hang around with do!) The follow-up question is usually something like, “Okay, if it is a distribution of Linux, why should I use it, and not Linux itself?” This introduction should start to answer that question. Red Hat also answers the question on its Web page (, which is summarized in this introduction.

Linux is a full-fledged operating system. It provides full multitasking in a multiuser environment. It gives a high quality of software for a cost far lower than other commercial versions of UNIX. Red Hat has opted to take Linux a step further.

Red Hat Software is a computer software development company that sells products and provides services related to Linux. Red Hat’s mission is to “provide professional tools to computing professionals.” Red Hat provides these professional tools by doing the following:

Building tools, which Red Hat releases as freely redistributable software available for unrestricted download off of thousands of sites on the Internet

Publishing books and software applications

Manufacturing shrink-wrapped software, versions of the Linux OS, making Linux accessible to the broadest possible range of computer users

Providing technical support

Red Hat’s customer-oriented business focus forces it to recognize that the primary benefits of the Linux OS are not any of the particular advanced and reliable features for which it is famous. The primary benefit is the availability of complete source code and its “freely distributable” GPL license. This gives any user the ability to modify the technology to his or her needs and to contribute to the on-going development of the technology to the benefit of all the users,
providing benefits such as security and reliability that commercially restricted, binary-only operating systems simply cannot match.

Linux, like UNIX itself, is a very modular operating system. The skills required to select, compile, link, and install the various components that are needed for a complete Linux OS are beyond the experience of most people who might want to use Linux. The various Linux distributions go a long way towards solving this for the average Linux user, but most don’t address the problem of how to upgrade your Linux system once you get it successfully installed. Most users found it easier to delete their whole Linux system and reinstall from scratch when they needed to upgrade.

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RHEL 5.4 Redhat Enterprise Linux V5 UPDATE 4 DVD

Redhat Enterprise Linux V5 UPDATE 4 DVD

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a Linux distribution produced by Red Hat and targeted toward the commercial market, including mainframes. On one certified platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers your choice of:

Applications - Thousands of certified ISV applications

Deployment - Including standalone or virtual servers, cloud computing, or software appliances

Hardware - Wide range of platforms from the world's leading hardware vendors

This gives IT departments unprecedented levels of operational flexibility. And it gives ISVs unprecedented market reach when delivering applications. Certify once, deploy anywhere. All while providing world-class performance, security, and stability. And unbeatable value.

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RedHat Linux Administration: A Beginners Guide Michael Turner, Steve Shah

RedHat Linux Administration: A Beginners Guide

Michael Turner, Steve Shah

Perfect for systems and network administrators migrating from Windows NT to Linux, or experimenting with bringing Linux into their network topology. Even novice users will find plenty of helpful information on administering the open source operating system?including installation, initial configuration, using the bash command shell, managing files, managing software, and granting rights to users.Perfect for systems and network administrators migrating from Windows NT to Linux, or experimenting with bringing Linux into their network topology. Even novice users will find plenty of helpful information on administering the open source operating system-including installation, initial configuration, using the bash command shell, managing files, managing software, and granting rights to users.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer

Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

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This self-study exam preparation guide for the RHCE -

RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer exam contains everything you need to test yourself and pass
the Exam. Including all the exam topics, covered indepth and insider secrets, complete explana-
tions of all RHCE subjects, test tricks and tips, over 250 highly realistic sample questions, and
exercises designed to strengthen understanding of the RHCE concepts and prepare you for
exam success on the first attempt are provided.

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