This book delves into how the Linux operating is constructed and how it works, all from the point of view of an administrator experienced both with computers in general and Windows architecture in particular. Then it covers the installation and configuration of a network file server, with user management as well as file and directory sharing. Finally, the book describes how to implement sample scenarios. This book shows the experienced Windows network administrator how to convert from a Windows-based server to a Linux based one.You can switch between default languages in Red Hat Linux after installation by using the redhat-config-languages utility. 15. Set the time ... If you already have a Linux or Unix computer, you can also set it up with an NFS server. The basicanbsp;...
|Title||:||Linux Transfer for Windows Network Admins|
|Author||:||Michael Jang, Elizabeth Zinkann|
|Publisher||:||Hentzenwerke - 2003|