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by <a href="http://www.opendocspublishing.com/">OpenDocs</a></STRONG><br> Donates a percentage of sales back to the <A HREF=http://www.opendocspublishing.com>OpenSource Documentation Fund.</A><BR> <STRONG>Includes:</STRONG><BR> <UL> <li>Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO</li> <li>Installation HOWTO</li> <li>Administration Made Easy</li> <li>Bash Prompt HOWTO</li> <li>Linux Printing HOWTO</li> <li>BootPrompt HOWTO</li> <li>Kernel HOWTO</li> <li>Multi Disk System Tuning</li> <li>Mail User HOWTO</li> <li>Modem HOWTO</li> <li>Networking Overview HOWTO</li> <li>Security HOWTO</li> <li>XFree86 HOWTO</li> </UL> </li> <HR><A NAME=linux_complete></A> <li><STRONG>Linux Complete; by <a href="http://www.sybex.com">Sybex</a></STRONG><br> 992 pages, second edition 2001, ISBN 0-7821-4036-X<BR> <STRONG>Includes:</STRONG><BR> <UL> <LI>What is Linux?</li> <LI>Unix and Internet Fundamentals</li> <LI>Distributions--Red Hat, Debian, and others</li> <LI>Installing Linux</li> </UL> <I>Hardware</I><UL> <LI>Installing, Configuring, and Running XFree 86</li> <LI>Printers</li> </UL> <I>Networking</I><UL> <LI>Linux Networking Overview</li> <LI>PPP</li> <LI>Ethernet</li> <LI>Cable Modems</li> <LI>DHCP</li> <LI>IP Masquerading</li> </UL> <I>Security</I><UL> <LI>Importance of Linux Security</li> <LI>IP Chains</li> </UL> <I>Linux on the Desktop</I><UL> <LI>Gnome (GNU Networked Object Model Environment)</li> <LI>The K Desktop Environment (KDE)</li> </UL> <I>Linux References</I><UL> <LI>Extensive Command Reference</li> <LI>Linux Reading List</li> <LI>Linux HOWTOs</li> </UL> <HR><A NAME=linux_reference></A> <li><STRONG>Linux the Complete Reference; by <a href=http://www.mailordercentral.com/lsl/prodinfo.asp?number=BL00-702&variation=&aitem=3&mitem=10> Linux System Labs</a>. In its 7th Edition.</STRONG> <UL> <LI>Table of Contents Link is broken. I will supply the info if I can find another source. </UL> </li> <HR><A NAME=securing_linux></A> <li><STRONG>Securing and Optimizing Linux: RedHat Edition; by <a href="http://www.opendocspublishing.com/">OpenDocs</a></STRONG></li>.<STRONG> Donates a percentage of sales back to the <A href=http://www.opendocspublishing.com/>OpenSource Documentation Fund.</A></STRONG> This book is 470+ pages. It can be downloaded <A HREF="../guides.html#securing_linux">here (4 Meg Download).</A><BR> <STRONG>Includes:</STRONG><BR> <UL> <LI>RedHat 6.2 CD</li> <LI>RedHat 6.2 Powertools CD</li> <LI>Linux Installation</li> <LI>Descriptions of programs packages we must uninstall for securities reasons</li> <LI>Descriptions of programs that must be uninstalled after installation of the server</li> <LI>Linux General Security</li> <LI>Linux General Optimization</li> <LI>Linux Kernel</li> <LI>Linux TCP/IP Network Management</li> <LI>Linux IPCHAINS</li> <LI>Linux Masquerading and Forwarding</li> <LI>Linux Compiler functionality</li> <LI>Linux sXid</li> <LI>Linux Logcheck</li> <LI>Linux PortSentry</li> <LI>Linux OpenSSH Client/Server</li> <LI>Linux SSH2 Client/Server</li> <LI>Linux Tripwire 2.2.1</li> <LI>Linux Tripwire ASR 1.3.1</li> <LI>Linux GnuPG</li> <LI>Set Quota on your Linux system</li> <LI>Linux DNS and BIND Server </li> <LI>Linux Sendmail Server (includes 8.10.1)</li> <LI>Linux IMAP &amp; POP Server</li> <LI>Enable IMAP or POP via the tcp-wrappers inetd super server</li> <LI>Linux OPENSSL Server</li> <LI>Linux FreeS/WAN VPN</li> <LI>Linux OpenLDAP Server</li> <LI>Linux PostgreSQL Database Server</li> <LI>Linux Squid Proxy Server</li> <LI>Linux MM - Shared Memory Library for Apache</li> <LI>Linux Apache Web Server</li> <LI>Linux Webalizer</li> <LI>Linux FAQ-O-Matic</li> <LI>Linux Webmail IMP</li> <LI>Linux Samba Server</li> <LI>Linux FTP Server</li> <LI>Linux Backup and Restore</li> <LI>Tweaks, Tips and Administration tasks</li> <LI>Obtaining Requests for Comments (RFCs)</li> </UL> </li> <HR><A NAME="nag2"></A> <li><STRONG><a href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/linag2/">Linux Network Administrator's Guide, 2nd Edition</a></STRONG><br> by <i>Olaf Kirch &amp; Terry Dawson</i>; published by <a href="http://www.oreilly.com/">O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc.</a><br> 503 pages; second edition 2002, ISBN 1-56592-400-2.<br> <ul> <li>Introduction to networking</li> <li>Issues of TCP/IP networking</li> <li>Configuring the networking hardware</li> <li>Configuring serial hardware</li> <li>Configuring TCP/IP Networking</li> <li>Name service and resolver configuration</li> <li>Serial line IP</li> <li>The point-to-point protocol</li> <li>iTCP/IP Firewall</li> <li>IP Accounting</li> <li>IP Masquerade and network address translation</li> <li>Important network features</li> <li>The network information system</li> <li>The network file system</li> <li>IPX and the NCP file system</li> <li>Managing Taylor UUCP</li> <li>Electronic Mail</li> <li>Sendmail</li> <li>Getting Exim up and running</li> <li>Netnews</li> <li>C news</li> <li>NNTP and the NTP daemon</li> <li>Internet news</li> <li>Newsreader configuration</li> </ul> </li> </TD></TR> <TR BGCOLOR="#AAAAAA"> <TD ALIGN="center"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"><B> <A HREF="../index.html"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> home</font></A>&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREF="../docs.html#howto"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> HOWTOs</font></A>&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREF="../guides.html"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> Guides</font></A>&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREF="../docs.html#faq"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> FAQs</font></A>&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREF="../docs.html#man"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> man pages</font></A>&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREF="../docs.html#lg"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> Linux Gazette</font></A>&nbsp;&nbsp;|&nbsp;&nbsp; <A HREF="../docs.html#lf"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" color="#ffffff"> LinuxFocus</font></A> </B></font></TD> </TR> <TR BGCOLOR="#AAAAAA"> <TD ALIGN="center"><font face="sans-serif,helvetica" size="-1"> Last Modified: 2007-02-23&nbsp;|&nbsp; <a href="mailto:feedback@en.tldp.org.NOSPAM">feedback@en.tldp.org</a></font></TD> </TR> </TABLE> </BODY> </HTML>