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Test Bank for A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux (4th Edition) by Mark G. Sobell

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  • ISBN-10:  0133927318 / ISBN-13:  9780133927313
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    • Publication: 2015
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    Table of content:

    Preface xliii
    Chapter 1: Welcome to Linux 1
    The History of UNIX and GNU–Linux 2
    Overview of Linux 11
    Choosing an Operating System 19
    Chapter Summary 21
    Exercises 21
    Part I: Installing Ubuntu Linux 23
    Chapter 2: Installation Overview 25
    Conventions Used in This Book 26
    More Information 29
    Planning the Installation 30
    Ubuntu Releases, Editions, and Derivatives 35
    Setting Up the Hard Disk 38
    Downloading an Image File and Burning/Writing the Installation Medium 47
    Chapter Summary 53
    Exercises 54
    Advanced Exercises 54
    Chapter 3: Step-by-Step Installation 55
    Booting Ubuntu and Running a Live Session 56
    Basic Installation 59
    Advanced Installation 71
    Chapter Summary 93
    Exercises 94
    Advanced Exercises 94
    Part II: Using Ubuntu Linux 95
    Chapter 4: Introduction to Ubuntu 97
    Curbing Your Power: root Privileges/sudo 98
    Logging In on the System 99
    Working with the Unity Desktop 104
    Using the Nautilus File Manager 108
    The System Settings Window 113
    Getting Help 118
    Installing, Removing, and Updating Software Packages 121
    Working from the Command Line 125
    More About Logging In and Passwords 142
    Chapter Summary 145
    Exercises 146
    Advanced Exercises 147
    Chapter 5: The Shell 149
    Special Characters 150
    Ordinary Files and Directory Files 151
    The Command Line 152
    Standard Input and Standard Output 159
    Running a Command in the Background 171
    Filename Generation/Pathname Expansion 173
    Builtins 178
    Chapter Summary 178
    Exercises 179
    Advanced Exercises 181
    Chapter 6: The Linux Filesystem 183
    The Hierarchical Filesystem 184
    Ordinary Files and Directory Files 185
    Pathnames 189
    Working with Directories 191
    Access Permissions 199
    ACLs: Access Control Lists 206
    Links 211
    Chapter Summary 217
    Exercises 219
    Advanced Exercises 220
    Chapter 7: The Linux Utilities 223
    Basic Utilities 224
    Working with Files 232
    Compressing and Archiving Files 253
    Displaying User and System Information 260
    Miscellaneous Utilities 263
    Editing Files 270
    Chapter Summary 280
    Exercises 282
    Advanced Exercises 283
    Chapter 8: Networking and the Internet 285
    Introduction to Networking 286
    Types of Networks and How They Work 288
    Communicate over a Network 307
    Network Utilities 308
    Distributed Computing 315
    WWW: World Wide Web 325
    Chapter Summary 327
    Exercises 328
    Advanced Exercises 328
    Part III: System Administration 331
    Chapter 9: The Bourne Again Shell (bash) 333
    Background 334
    Startup Files 335
    Commands That Are Symbols 339
    Redirecting Standard Error 339
    Writing and Executing a Shell Script 342
    Control Operators: Separate and Group Commands 347
    Job Control 352
    Manipulating the Directory Stack 355
    Parameters and Variables 358
    Special Characters 372
    Locale 374
    Time 377
    Processes 379
    History 382
    Aliases 398
    Functions 402
    Controlling bash: Features and Options 404
    Processing the Command Line 409
    Chapter Summary 420
    Exercises 421
    Advanced Exercises 423
    Chapter 10: System Administration: Core Concepts 425
    The Upstart Event-Based init Daemon 427
    System Operation 437
    GRUB: The Linux Boot Loader 444
    Recovery (Single-User) Mode 450
    Textual System Administration Utilities 454
    Setting Up a Server 460
    DHCP: Configures Network Interfaces 464
    nsswitch.conf: Which Service to Look at First 468
    X Window System 471
    Getting Help 476
    Chapter Summary 477
    Exercises 478
    Advanced Exercises 478
    Chapter 11: Files, Directories, and Filesystems 479
    Important Files and Directories 480
    File Types 493
    Filesystems 497
    The XFS Filesystem 506
    Chapter Summary 507
    Exercises 508
    Advanced Exercises 508
    Chapter 12: Finding, Downloading, and Installing Software 509
    Introduction 510
    JumpStart: Installing and Removing Software Packages Using apt-get 512
    Finding the Package That Holds an Application or File You Need 514
    APT: Keeps the System Up to Date 515
    dpkg: The Debian Package Management System 524
    BitTorrent 531
    Installing Non-dpkg Software 533
    Keeping Software Up to Date 535
    curl: Downloads Files Noninteractively 536
    Chapter Summary 536
    Exercises 537
    Advanced Exercises 537
    Chapter 13: Printing with CUPS 539
    Introduction 540
    The System Configures a Local Printer Automatically 542
    JumpStart I: Configuring a Printer Using system-config-printer 542
    JumpStart II: Setting Up a Local or Remote Printer 544
    Working with the CUPS Web Interface 548
    Configuring Printers 549
    Traditional UNIX Printing 557
    Printing from Windows 558
    Printing to Windows 560
    Chapter Summary 560
    Exercises 561
    Advanced Exercises 561
    Chapter 14: Administration Tasks 563
    Configuring User and Group Accounts 564
    Backing Up Files 568
    Scheduling Tasks 573
    System Reports 576
    Maintaining the System 578
    Chapter Summary 593
    Exercises 594
    Advanced Exercises 594
    Chapter 15: System Security 595
    Running Commands with root Privileges 596
    Passwords 615
    Securing a Server 616
    PAM 621
    Cryptography 626
    GPG (GNU Privacy Guard) 641
    Security Resources 656
    Chapter Summary 659
    Exercises 660
    Advanced Exercises 660
    Chapter 16: Configuring and Monitoring a LAN 661
    More Information 662
    Setting Up the Hardware 662
    Configuring the Systems 666
    NetworkManager: Configures Network Connections 667
    Setting Up Servers 672
    Introduction to Cacti 674
    Chapter Summary 683
    Exercises 684
    Advanced Exercises 685
    Chapter 17: Setting Up Virtual Machines Locally and in the Cloud 687
    VMs (Virtual Machines) 688
    gnome-boxes 690
    QEMU/KVM 691
    VMware Player: Installing Ubuntu on VMware 698
    Cloud Computing 703
    Chapter Summary 708
    Exercises 709
    Advanced Exercises 709
    Part IV: Using Clients and Setting Up Servers 711
    Chapter 18: The OpenSSH Secure CommunicationUtilities 713
    Introduction to OpenSSH 714
    Running the ssh, scp, and sftp OpenSSH Clients 716
    Setting Up an OpenSSH Server (sshd) 727
    Troubleshooting 735
    Tunneling/Port Forwarding 735
    Chapter Summary 738
    Exercises 739
    Advanced Exercises 739
    Chapter 19: The rsync Secure Copy Utility 741
    Syntax 742
    Arguments 742
    Options 742
    Examples 745
    Chapter Summary 752
    Exercises 752
    Chapter 20: FTP: Transferring Files Across a Network 753
    Introduction to FTP 754
    Running the ftp and sftp FTP Clients 756
    Setting Up an FTP Server (vsftpd) 764
    Chapter Summary 777
    Exercises 778
    Advanced Exercises 778
    Chapter 21: postfix: Setting Up Mail Servers, Clients, and More 779
    Overview 780
    Introduction to postfix 781
    Setting Up a postfix Mail Server 784
    JumpStart: Configuring postfix to Use Gmail as a Smarthost 787
    Configuring postfix 789
    SpamAssassin 797
    Additional Email Tools 801
    dovecot: Setting Up an IMAP or POP3 Mail Server 807
    Chapter Summary 810
    Exercises 811
    Advanced Exercises 812
    Chapter 22: NIS and LDAP 813
    Introduction to NIS 814
    Running an NIS Client 817
    Setting Up an NIS Server 822
    Introduction to LDAP 830
    Setting Up an LDAP Server 833
    Chapter Summary 839
    Exercises 840
    Advanced Exercises 840
    Chapter 23: NFS: Sharing Directory Hierarchies 843
    Introduction to NFS 845
    Running an NFS Client 847
    Setting Up an NFS Server 853
    automount: Mounts Directory Hierarchies on Demand 863
    Chapter Summary 866
    Exercises 867
    Advanced Exercises 867
    Chapter 24: Samba: Linux and Windows File and Printer Sharing 869
    Introduction to Samba 870
    Running Samba Clients 874
    Setting Up a Samba Server 878
    Troubleshooting 887
    Chapter Summary 889
    Exercises 890
    Advanced Exercises 890
    Chapter 25: DNS/BIND: Tracking Domain Names and Addresses 891
    Introduction to DNS 892
    Setting Up a DNS Server 904
    Configuring a DNS Server 907
    Chapter Summary 920
    Exercises 921
    Advanced Exercises 921
    Chapter 26: ufw, gufw, and iptables: Setting Up a Firewall 923
    ufw: The Uncomplicated Firewall 924
    gufw: The Graphical Interface to ufw 927
    Introduction to iptables 932
    Building a Set of Rules Using iptables 937
    Copying Rules to and from the Kernel 944
    Sharing an Internet Connection Using NAT 945
    Chapter Summary 948
    Exercises 949
    Advanced Exercises 949
    Chapter 27: Apache (apache2): Setting Up a Web Server 951
    Introduction 952
    Running an Apache Web Server 954
    Configuration Directives 961
    Advanced Configuration 984
    Troubleshooting 990
    Modules 991
    webalizer: Analyzes Web Traffic 997
    Error Codes 997
    Chapter Summary 998
    Exercises 998
    Advanced Exercises 999
    Part V: Programming Tools 1001
    Chapter 28: Programming the Bourne Again Shell (bash) 1003
    Control Structures 1004
    File Descriptors 1038
    Parameters 1044
    Variables 1053
    Builtin Commands 1062
    Expressions 1078
    Implicit Command-Line Continuation 1085
    Shell Programs 1086
    Chapter Summary 1096
    Exercises 1098
    Advanced Exercises 1100
    Chapter 29: The Python Programming Language 1103
    Introduction 1104
    Scalar Variables, Lists, and Dictionaries 1108
    Control Structures 1114
    Reading from and Writing to Files 1119
    Regular Expressions 1123
    Defining a Function 1124
    Using Libraries 1125
    Lambda Functions 1129
    List Comprehensions 1130
    Chapter Summary 1131
    Exercises 1132
    Advanced Exercises 1132
    Chapter 30: The MariaDB SQL Database Management System 1135
    History 1136
    Notes 1136
    Installing a MariaDB Server 1140
    Setting Up MariaDB 1141
    Examples 1145
    Chapter Summary 1157
    Exercises 1157
    Advanced Exercises 1157
    Part VI: Appendixes 1159
    Appendix A: Regular Expressions 1161
    Characters 1162
    Delimiters 1162
    Simple Strings 1162
    Special Characters 1162
    Rules 1165
    Bracketing Expressions 1166
    The Replacement String 1166
    Extended Regular Expressions 1167
    Appendix Summary 1169
    Appendix B: Help 1171
    Solving a Problem 1172
    Finding Linux-Related Information 1173
    Specifying a Terminal 1175
    Appendix C: Keeping the System Up to Date Using yum 1177
    Installing and Removing Software Packages Using yum 1178
    Working with yum 1179
    Appendix D: LPI and Comptia Certification 1183
    More Information 1184
    Linux Essentials 1184
    Certification Exam 1 Objectives: LX0-101 1198
    Certification Exam 2 Objectives: LX0-102 1214
    Glossary 1231
    JumpStart Index 1285
    File Tree Index 1287
    Utility Index 1291
    Main Index 1297

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