The Linux System Administrators' Guide (RUS)

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Wildest rare book in electronic form!
It describes all aspects of the work of Linux.

Table of contents
Sources available, and pre-formatted versions
1. Introduction
The Linux Documentation Project (LDP)
2. Overview of Linux
Different parts of the operating system
Important parts of the kernel
Major services in a UNIX system
Access to terminals
Periodic command execution: cron and at
Graphical user interface
Access network
Network File System NFS (Network file systems)
File System
3. Browse the directory tree
The root filesystem
The / etc directory
The / dev directory
/ Usr filesystem
The file system / var
The / proc filesystem
4. Work with disks and other storage media
Two types of devices
Hard Drives
MBR, boot-sectors and partition table
Extended and logical partitions
Partition types
Splitting Hard Disk
Device files and partitions
File Systems
What are filesystems?
Different file systems
Which filesystem should be used?
Creating File Systems
Mounting and dismounting
Checking the integrity with fsck
Search disk errors (BUD) command badblocks
Fighting fragmentation
Other aids for all filesystems
Other aids for the ext2 filesystem
Disks without filesystems
Distribution of disk space
Schemes partitioning
Space requirements
Examples of hard disk allocation
Adding more disk space for Linux
Tips for saving disk space
5. Memory Management
What is virtual memory?
Creating a swap space
Using swap
Splitting swap with other operating systems
The distribution of space for swap
6. Download and parking
Browse loading and parking
More information about the boot process
More about parking
Single-user mode
Rescue floppy boot
7. init
Init comes first
Configuring init to start getty: the configuration file / etc / inittab
The levels of the system
Special settings in the file / etc / inittab
Booting into Single-User Mode
8. Access to the system
Access via terminals
Access network
What login does
X and xdm
Access control
Running the shell
9. Managing user accounts
What is an account?
Create User
/ Etc / passwd and other informative files
Picking numeric user and group identifier
Setting up the user environment: directory / etc / skel
Create a user manually
Modifying User Properties
Removing a user
Temporarily disable User
10. Reservation
The importance of backup
The choice of vehicle
Choosing backup software
Simple reservation
Reserve with tar
Recovery with tar
Mngourovnevoe reservation
With reserve
Backup Compression
11. Keeping Time (Clock Set)
Time Zones
The hardware and software clocks
Showing and setting time
Why does the clock is wrong


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