Are there other email programs? This micro-course includes information on operating in text mode mail programs like pine and its clone: alpine. You will learn the operation and configuration. Micro-course describes how to use the two programs.
The micro-course contains a description of the FreeRadius system, its installation and configuration. It is the most popular free RADIUS server in the Linux system used in many implementations of IT systems for computer networks.
Keywords: freeradius, huntgroups, radiusd.conf, clients.conf, radiusd
The importance of the DNS server is known to every person using its resources such as electronic mail or WWW. The micro-course discusses the way of installing and configuring the ISC BIND server, the way of creating zones and entries in the base for particular domain records.
Keywords: BIND, named, named.conf, zone
The introduction of general concepts for understanding the structure of Linux. There are some definitions which the administrator uses to describe the system and the problems encountered. In almost non-technical way, the basic concepts are explained, such as the kernel or command interpreter.
The micro-course presents advanced network firewall mechanisms managed by the iptables command. The information contained enables creating a firewall beginning with basic procedures, using standard rules of blocking and finishing with stateful procedures and logging information.
Keywords: iptables, rcSuSEfirewall2, conntrack
The micro-course describes the way of configuring the SAMBA server with the SWAT graphic tool. Thanks to this tool a less experienced administrator can share disk resources with Microsoft Windows stations quickly and easily.
Keywords: SAMBA, SWAT, configuration, Samba Web Administration Tool
The first operating systems were based on single-threaded mechanisms in which only one process could work and blocking it caused the whole computer system to be run again. Currently, in modern computer systems such activity is unacceptable and the manager assigning access to the central unit is the planner. This micro-course contains basic information about supporting processes by the Linux system kernel.
This micro-course presents the basic Linux commands intended for the administrator. The commands are: arch, uname, domainname, hostname, id, logname, uptine, finger, whoami, who. Thera are many more that will certainly, in the future, help you a lot. With the knowledge of these commands, the administrator will be able to obtain information about the state of the system, modify the host name, identify the users, get information about accounts and logins of the user.
In this micro-course basic techniques of inatalling packets in distributions based on RPM packets such as Fedora, RedHat or CentOS were described. Moreover, it was shown how to search the repository in order to find according programs, how to install the whole groups of packets and how to deinstall the packet with programs for the repository support.