SUSE Linux 10 Bible
- Includes new coverage of Novell Linux Desktop and Open Enterprise Server (Novell's traditional environment running on SUSE), with information on YaST management tools and the OpenExchange e-mail server
- Introduces basic Linux methodologies, including partitions, filesystems, filesystem layout, and more
- Covers the SUSE system, command line programs, implementing online services, and using SUSE business tools in the enterprise setting
- Features a section devoted to end-user needs
- Also covers virtualization, including dosemu, wine, Crossover Office, uml xen and Vmware, expanded coverage of SUSE with sendmail, CUPS, LDAP and more
- Companion DVD includes the SUSE Linux distribution
Part I: SUSE Linux Basics.
Chapter 1: Installing SUSE 10.
Chapter 2: Linux Fundamentals.
Chapter 3: Partitions, Filesystems, and Files.
Part II: The SUSE System.
Chapter 4: Booting the System.
Chapter 5: Documentation.
Chapter 6: Understanding Your Linux Network.
Chapter 7: Logging.
Chapter 8: The X Window System.
Chapter 9: Configuring the System with YaST.
Part III: Using the Command Line in SUSE Linux.
Chapter 10: Text Manipulation.
Chapter 11: Text Editors.
Chapter 12: Working with Packages.
Chapter 13: Working with Files.
Chapter 14: Working with the System.
Chapter 15: Linux Networking.
Part IV: Implementing Network Services in SUSE Linux.
Chapter 16: Setting Up a Web Site with the Apache Web Server.
Chapter 17: Mail Servers — Postfix, Sendmail, Qpopper, and Cyrus.
Chapter 18: Setting Up Windows Interoperability with Samba.
Chapter 19: Setting Up Printing with CUPS.
Chapter 20: Configuring and Using DHCP Services.
Chapter 21: Configuring a DNS Server.
Chapter 22: Working with NFS and NIS.
Chapter 23: Running an FTP Server on SUSE.
Chapter 24: Implementing Firewalls in SUSE Linux.
Chapter 25: Working with LDAP in SUSE.
Chapter 26: Setting Up a Web Proxy with Squid.
Part V: SUSE Linux in the Enterprise.
Chapter 27: Enterprise Architecture.
Chapter 28: Emulation and Virtualization.
Chapter 29: The Kernel.
Chapter 30: SUSE Linux OpenExchange Server.
Chapter 31: The Novell Open Enterprise Server.
Chapter 32: Business Desktop Linux: The Novell Linux Desktop.
What’s on the DVD.
GNU General Public License.
Roger Whittaker (Surrey, England) joined SUSE Linux when opened their UK office in 1999, working as a technical and training consultant until early in 2004. He works as a Linux consultant at CSF in London.
William von Hagen (Pittsburgh, PA) is a Senior Product Manager with TimeSys Corporation, a leading developer of Linux embedded systems and tools. He has been a Unix sys adm since 1982 and avid Linux user since 1993.
- The SUSE Linux X Bible will teach the reader how to run Linux on a SUSE desktop and in an enterprise environment. It will describe the best way to carry out a task while making full use of SUSE's configuration utilities and unique YaST modules. The coverage will apply across the full range of five SUSE products: the latest Enterprise Server (due end of summer 04), Professional (for home users and developers), OpenExchange Server (powerful email server with added groupware functionality, used as an corporate alternative to Microsoft Exchange), Standard Server (which competes with Microsoft’s Small Business Server) and Desktop (Enterprise desktop). Use of the very popular SUSE Linux OpenExchange Server will be explained thoroughly.
- New Material: a new chapter Novell Linux Desktop, Open Enterprise Server (Novell’s traditional environment running on SUSE), on virtualization including dosemu, wine, Crossover Office, uml xen and Vmware, expanded coverage of SUSE and sendmail, CUPS, LDAP and more.
- CD: An evaluation SUSE CD is available.
- The Basics: An introduction to SUSE Linux, basic Linux methodologies, including partitions, filesystems, filesystem layout etc.
- The SUSE System: SUSE specific methodologies. How to configure SUSE with the YaST management tools, including network configuration etc.
- The Command Line: Linux command line programs that would likely be used on a day to day basis. This includes text and file manipulation, network diagnostics etc.
- Implementing SUSE Linux: Using SUSE in environments such as mail, web, and file sharing. Providing the reader with detailed instructions on how to implement these services on SUSE in a reliable configuration.
- The Enterprise: An over view of SUSE in the enterprise, including the use of the SUSE Business products; Open Exchange, Open Enterprise Server and Novell Linux Desktop. The section also includes details on Enterprise architecture, and how Linux would be used in this scenario as well as Kernel recompilation and an overview of the SUSE maintenance process.
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