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Linux troubleshooting Bible ebook free Download

Author(s): Christopher Negus & Thomas Weeks
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
File Type:CHM
File Size:16.8 MB
ISBN 10: 076456997X
linux bible
 Using Fedora Core Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux examples, this guide offers many step-by-step procedures and tools to resolve Linux hardware incompatibilities and system conflicts commonly found in workstation, server and networking environments.
If something goes wrong, roll up your sleeves, then troubleshoot and fix Linux yourself!

Commercial support packages for Linux can be expensive. This unique book gives you the power to diagnose and fix a wide range of Linux problems. Using Fedora Core Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux examples, Thomas Weeks and bestselling Red Hat Linux Bible author Christopher Negus offer you scores of step-by-step procedures and tools to resolve Linux hardware incompatibilities and system conflicts commonly encountered in workstation, server and networking environments. 

Managing Linux Systems with Webmin System Administration and Module Development

Author(s):Jamie Cameron
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Date: August 05, 2003
File Type:CHM
File Size:5.02 MB
ISBN 10: 0131408828

I am more than satisfied (actually impressed) with how much system administration is possible from Webmin. Comprehensive and convenient, just about any administration I’ve done is covered here, along with several areas that I’ve hesitated to explore.
-Karel Baloun, Sr. Software Engineer, Looksmart, Ltd.
Webmin gives you an easy, browser-based solution for virtually any day-to-day Linux/UNIX administration task. Now, there’s a definitive Webmin guide for every beginning-to-intermediate sysadmin. Written by Webmin’s primary developer, Managing Linux Systems with Webmin delivers authoritative, step-by-step coverage of the latest version of Webmin, from basic installation to centrally managing multiple servers.

  Beginning Linux Programming 3rd edition ebook free Download

Author(s):Neil Matthew, Richard Stones, Alan Cox
Date:January 2004
File Type:PDF
File Size:11.32 MB
ISBN 13: 

If you have some programming experience and are ready to venture into Linux programming, this updated edition of the bestselling entry-level book takes you there. The authors guide you step by step, using construction of a CD database application to give you hands-on experience as you progress from the basic to the complex. You’ll start with fundamental concepts like writing Unix programs in C. You’ll learn basic system calls, file I/O, interprocess communication, and shell programming. You’ll become skilled with the toolkits and libraries for working with user interfaces.
The book starts fr
om the basics, explaining how to compile and run your first program. New to this edition are chapters on MySQL® access and administration; programming GNOME and KDE; and Linux standards for portable applications. Coverage of kernel programming, device drivers, CVS, grep, and GUI development environments has expanded. This book gives you practical knowledge for real world application.

Linux for dummies 6th edition ebook free download
Author(s): Dee-Ann LeBlanc
Publisher:Wiley Publishing, Inc.
File Type:PDF
File Size:11 MB
ISBN 10: 0764579371
 Think of this book as a friendly, approachable guide to tackling terminology and the Linux collection of tools, utilities, and widgets. Although Linux isn’t terribly hard to figure out, it does pack a boatload of details, parameters, and administrivia (administrative trivia, in Unixspeak). You need to wrestle those details into shape while you install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot a Linux-based computer. Some sample topics you find in this book include the following:
_ Understanding where Linux comes from and what it can do for you
_ Installing the Linux operating system
_ Working with a Linux system to manage files and add software
_ Setting up Internet access and surfing the Web
_ Customizing your Linux system
_ Managing Linux system security and resources

Although it may seem, at first glance, that working with Linux requires years of hands-on experience, tons of trial and error, advanced computer science training, and intense dedication, take heart! It’s not true! If you can tell somebody how to find your office, you can certainly build a Linux system that does what you want. The purpose of this book isn’t to turn you into a full-blown Linux geek (that’s the ultimate state of Linux enlightenment, of course); it’s to show you the ins and outs that you need to master in order to build a smoothly functioning Linux system and to give you the know-how and confidence to use it.

Learning Red Hat Linux 3rd edition ebook free Download
Author(s): Bill McCarty
Publisher: O’Reilly
Date: March 2003
File Type:CHM
File Size:4.02 MB
ISBN 10: 0596004699
 The third edition of Learning Red Hat Linux guides you through the process of installing and running Red Hat Linux on your PC. Written in a friendly, easy-to-understand style, this book contains all you need to get started. With new tutorials covering Open Office Tools and the desktop, this book is excellent for first-time Linux users who want to install the operating system on a new PC or convert an existing system to Linux.

Linux Debugging and Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques ebook free download
Author(s): Steve Best
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Date: October 14, 2005
File Type:CHM
File Size:15.4 MB
ISBN 10: 0131492470
 Learn Linux debugging and optimizationat kernel and application levelshands-on!
This is the definitive guide to Linux software debugging and performance optimization at both the kernel and application levels. Using extensive Linux code examples, Steve Best systematically introduces open source tools and best-practice techniques for delivering bug-free, well-tuned code.
Drawing on his exceptional experience optimizing Linux systems for IBM, Best covers issues ranging from memory management and I/O to system processes and kernel bug messages. You’ll walk through real debugging sessions, discovering the strategies experts use to debug even the most complex application- and kernel-related problems. You’ll master sophisticated profiling techniques for identifying and resolving bottlenecks more quickly and learn how to capture the right data in the event of trouble. Coverage includes
• Bottleneck identification
• Code coverage
• Debuggers: gdb, kgdb, and KDB
• Memory management
• /proc kernel data analysis
• System process monitoring
• Network pe
• Oops bug messages
• Syslog and event logging
• Execution traces
• Profiling kernel behavior
• Cache misses
• User-Mode Linux
• Dynamic probes
• Crash dump analysis
• And more… 


Linux Bible 2005 edition ebook free Download

 Author(s): Christopher Negus
Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc.
File Type:PDF
File Size:14.5 MB
ISBN 10: 0764579495

By the time you finish this book, you’ll have a good basic understanding of many of the major features in Linux and how you can use them. If you decide then that you want to go a bit deeper into any Red Hat Linux distribution, Red Hat Fedora Linux 3 Bible would be a good next step, with content that includes how to set up many different types of Linux servers. If you are more technically oriented, the Linux Troubleshooting Bible can be a good way to learn more advanced skills for securing and troubleshooting Linux systems. 

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