2. On-line resources
With its 47 chapters and 1200+ pages this book is the ultimate reference documentation for OpenNA Linux. In a simple and structured way the book explains the ways a server can be configured in a safe way. A lot of popular Linux-based services are discussed in extenso. Highly recommended.
Using Samba, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide to Samba administration. It covers all versions of Samba from 2.0 to 2.2, including selected features from an alpha version of 3.0, as well as the SWAT graphical configuration tool. Updated for Windows 2000, ME, and XP, the book also explores Samba's new role as a primary domain controller and domain member server, its support for the use of Windows NT/2000/XP authentication and filesystem security on the host Unix system, and accessing shared files and printers from Unix clients. The HTML version is included in the Samba distribution and can also be read on-line at http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/samba2/book/toc.html.
This is the authoritative technical guide required by system administrators and other MIS professionals responsible for the care and feeding of Microsoft Windows 98 within their organizations. In fact, this nearly 1800 page reference-along with tools, utilities, and accessory software on CD-ROM-is the most complete source of professional-level information on Microsoft Windows 98 available anywhere.
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