by November 1, 2004 0 comments

Useful book for Linux administrators, it talks about all the major Linux distros such as RedHat, Fedora, SUSE, and Debian Linux. It’s divided into six parts, which look into the pre and post installation problems as well as their solutions. It is not only limited to troubleshooting single workstations, but also helps in network troubleshooting. The coverage include installation failures, system corruption, emergency boot, diagnosing and resolving driver issues. It even helps you build intrusion detection systems and firewalls, perform server-side configurations and troubleshooting of specific services in Linux such as SAMBA, NFS, Web and mail. Special mark-ups are given wherever required to bring a particular point to your notice. Each chapter ends with a summary and the text is well-supported with diagrams and visuals. Though the book explains every concept in detail, it lacks review questions for the reader to solve and understand. Despite numerous resources available for Linux troubleshooting, it is a good reference book for trouble- shooting various problems. 

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