Market_Desc: Users looking to break into the Linux Administration field. Because the book will also map to industry standard, vendor-neutral objectives, it also targets those looking to pursue their Linux certification, or those who have achieved it and need more hands on practice. Special Features: Am Huge Market Potential: Targeting the new-to-the-field Linux administrator. This book will give these newbies the hands-on experience they need.Am Education Through Experience: Written in a Year in the Life of a Linux Administrator. Tasks that Admins must perform on a day-to-day basis.Am Targets Both Schools and Self-Studiers: Designed to be use in a classroom or at home.Am Ideal for All Linux Professionals: Not only maps to the Linux+ and LPI (100, 000+ exams delivered) certification objectives, but includes a variety of labs on tasks that the reader can expect to experience on the job. About The Book: Building on the most common and challenging tasks Linux Admins must face, this book shows the reader step-by-step how to perform these tasks. Designed to give the reader an inside look into the field of Linux administration, this book is written as if the reader was actually on the job, offering a variety of scenarios as well as potential roadblocks one might face in the field. The book is broken down in the various phases of Linux administration:Am Working on the Command LineAm Managing Hardware and the KernelAm Managing SoftwareAm Process ManagementAm Documenting the SystemAm Managing Partitions and FilesystemsAm Configuring Network FeaturesThis book will give these newbies the hands-on experience they need.Am Education Through Experience: Written in a Year in the Life of a Linux Administrator.
|Title||:||LINUX ADMINISTRATOR STREET SMARTS: A REAL WORLD GUIDE TO LINUX CERTIFICATION SKILLS|
|Author||:||Roderick W. Smith|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2007-03-01|