Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 For Dummies

From the Back Cover
Install and use the leading Linux distribution today!
Here’s how to set up, manage, and upgrade RHEL Desktop, WS, AS, and ES versions

If you need to get rolling with the newest generation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux in a hurry, you’ll tip your hat to this friendly guide. It walks you through all the system administration and networking tasks, so you can get your RHEL system up and running and keep it going with maintenance and management tips, too.

Discover how to

Configure the X Window system
Set up servers for e-mail, FTP, and DNS
Use the Red Hat Network and Samba
Back up and restore files
Secure your system and test its vulnerability

About the Author
Terry Collings is the Instructional Technologist at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA where he is responsible for researching and implementing emerging technology in an educational environment. He is also the system administrator for Red Hat Linux servers on campus.
Terry is also an adjunct faculty at Lehigh Carbon Community College where he teaches A+ and Network+ certification courses. He has previously taught courses on Unix, Linux, TCP/IP, and Novell Netware.
Terry is the co-author of Linux Bible and Red Hat Linux Networking and System Administration (first and second editions) as well as a contributing writer to the Linux Weekend Crash Course. He was the technical editor for the KDE Bible, The Samba Book, Unix Weekend Crash Course, Red Hat Linux 9 For Dummies, Solaris 9 For Dummies, Linux Timesaving Techniques, and Fedora Linux 2 For Dummies.

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