Publisher: Wiley, 2002, 286 pages
Keywords: System Administration
A fast-paced guide to customizing and performing upgrades to Linux on a network.
In order to fulfill Linux's promise of delivering speed, efficiency, and reliability to a network, you must be able to properly customize and perform upgrades on this operating system. Updated to reflect all the recent changes to the core Linux kernel up through version 2.4, this new edition of the McKinnons' popular book gets you quickly up to speed on everything you need to to know to customize and upgrade your systems. Following the highly successful approach that the McKinnons have refined during their years as professional trainers, this accessible guide takes you step-by-step through the decisions and procedures required to customize Linux and make use of the many available upgrades.
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This was an OK book in 2002, but even then it was nothing to get excited about.