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Gerard Blokdijk. However, it should match all legitimate spellings. The referenced material is on page , not page The character indicates root's shell prompt, not the comment character used in shell scripts. We don't describe the Debian system in this book. In the sentence "The sender's address is not checked because many user agents get confused by error returns," replace "sender's address" with "recipient's address.

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That is incorrect; DKIM is in fact enabled. However, it does not detach itself from the control terminal.

No formal errata are available for this printing yet. We will update this list after the next printing has been finalized. Are there slides, outlines, or other materials available for instructors?

Unfortunately, no. Looks like this book is not targeted at enterprise admins anymore. Please return the backup chapter, it must be in the system administration book, and there is a space for it, keeping in mind that this edition is thinner than a previous one by pages. As previous versions, this is an excellent book that is comprehensive and readable.

As a FreeBSD user, I was thrilled to see the system included in the coverage, however I was disappointed with several glaring omissions. In particular, there is an entire chapter on containers yet the authors failed to even mention the existence of Jails, which could reasonably also have been mentioned in the "Management Of The root Account" section of the Access Controls chapter.

There is surprisingly no coverage of the pf firewall, opting instead to cover IPFilter which I'm pretty sure no one uses. I'd even take ipfw, there's a lot of interesting features there.

I was also surprised to very minimal coverage of the GEOM system. I was not, however, surprised by the short section of the Virtualization chapter that basically dismisses bhyve, although I use and enjoy bhyve myself.

The inclusion of FreeBSD without proper coverage of its features may actually make the system look worse than if it hadn't been included at all, as readers ignorant of the system assume that the omission of coverage implies the lack of a feature.

The exclusion of the other UNIXes, while somewhat understandable, only drives the Linux monoculture forward.

Oracle may have killed Solaris, but illumos still has a lot to offer the OS space for instance, via smartOS and is now the primary and open-source SunOS system. That said, the book delivers the quality that it is known for, with up to date information and plenty of meat on the bone. If you're reading reviews on it, you probably already know you want it.

The greatest technical series every written. Started using back in after seeing Purple book on coworkers desk. Pulled myself through some complex problems over next consulting jobs. Very detailed discussions, every example has seven plus layers of information beyond what it's primarily demostrating.

Awesome start for beginners, incredible nugets for experts. You can read this book from start to finish or you can toss it on a close shelf and use as reference.

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site Edition Verified download. The content of the book is great and easy to grok, it's one of a kind that I've found so far, but it is marred by what seems to be a site fire issue. Much of the book holds examples that seem to be images and some of the images will be dropped long with preceding text.

Reloading the book several times could fix the issue for a few pages but is never fully recovered.

As a few other people have pointed out, this book has dropped the Unix operating systems from previous editions - but in my opinion they've double downed on the more modern computing concepts for Linux operating systems, namely; Monitoring, Virtualization, Containerization, Configuration Management, Cloud Computing and Continuous Integration. Great overview of the main Linux concepts with good examples for the more popular Linux OS's.

I really have to thank tutorialinux for pointing me to that book. Every time i lay eyes on it, i smile. I have never read a book where the topics are so clearly explained. I love this book. I haven't finished it just yet, but I will tell you it's well written. See all 49 reviews. site Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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This item: Set up a giveaway. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Wicked Cool Shell Scripts, 2nd Edition: Dave Taylor. The Practice of System and Network Administration: Volume 1: Thomas A. What Every Superuser Should Know.Parallel R. Like most technical books, this is not something I will read once and set aside, but rather use as a reference over and over I am not a systems admin, but a motivated end user.

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I'd even take ipfw, there's a lot of interesting features there. Wireless Hacks. It turned out to be a comprehensive and fun overview of Linux from the viewpoint of a System Administrator.

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