OpenSUSE 11.0 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Bible
- Presenting updated coverage of openSUSE 11.0 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.0, this reference is written by Novell insiders and boasts the most up-to-date information available
- Topics covered include the openSUSE project, command line programs and implementing online services, virtualization, kernel updates, Enterprise Architecture, and more
- Reviews Linux fundamentals such as methodologies, partitions, and file system, and features a new section devoted entirely to end-user needs
- The DVD includes the openSUSE 11.0
1. Installing SUSE.
2. Linux Fundamentals.
3. Partitions, Filesystems, and Files.
II. The SUSE System.
4. Booting the System.
6. Understanding Your Linux Network.
8. The X Window System.
9. Configuring the System with YaST.
III. Using the Command Line in SUSE Linux.
10. Text Manipulation.
11. Text Editors.
12. Working with Packages.
13. Working with Files.
14. Working with the System.
15. Linux Networking.
IV. Implementing Network Services in SUSE Linux.
16. Setting Up a Web Site with Apache Web Server.
17. Mail Servers--Postfix, Sendmail, Qpopper, and Cyrus.
18. Setting Up Windows Interoperability with Samba.
19. Setting Up Printing with CUPS.
20. Configuring and Using DHCP Services.
21. Configuring a DNS Server.
22. Working with NFS.
23. Running an FTP Server on SUSE.
24. Implementing Firewalls in SUSE Linux.
25. Network Information and Directory Services.
26. Setting Up a Web Proxy with Squid.
V. SUSE Linux in the Enterprise.
27. Enterprise Architecture.
28. Emulation and Virtualization.
29. The Kernel.
30. Business Desktop Linux: SLED.
Appendix A. What's on the DVD.
Justin Davies has been a Linux user since the age of 15. After University, he joined SUSE Linux as a Technical Consultant where he specialized in Linux on non-Intel architecture. He then spent time working with value-added resellers in Europe to define their open source strategy and go-to-market plans around Linux. He is now the founder and CTO of Ninetyten, a social networking consultancy based in London, where he is still providing solutions based on open source software.