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Quickly and easily set up, configure, and manage Linux servers using this fully updated guide
Skillfully install, configure, deploy, and administer Linux Servers, services, and infrastructures of all sizes using the practical information contained in this up-to-date resource. Thoroughly revised to cover the latest tools, techniques and distros; the book features clear explanations, step-by-step instructions, and real-world examples.
Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide, Eighth Edition shows, step by step, how to configure hardware and software, work effectively from the command line, maintain Internet and network services (Mail, Web, Firewalls, File Sharing, DNS, Docker, FTP, VOIP, LDAP ...) and Subsystems (IPv6, systemd, KVM, rsyslog ... ). You will have access to all-new virtual machines and containers for hands-on practice. The book includes brand new content on spinning up and using Linux servers in the cloud (Openstack, AWS, GCP, Azure, Linode).
Includes links to downloadable virtual machines and containers that readers can easily spin up to test and showcase discussed concepts
Covers the latest and greatest Linux kernel 5 series and Server application releases
Written by a seasoned Linux administrator with lots of industry experience and author of previous editions of this book