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- SynopsisThis unique, practical resource delivers specific Linux-based open source solutions to dozens of today's most common computing and business challenges. Each modular chapter covers all you need to know to solve a specific set of problems -- with extensive examples, and detailed guidance on acquiring and running the Linux-based open source software you'll need. Multitool Linux begins by reviewing the skills and mindset you need to make the most of Linux and open source software. The authors present comprehensive coverage of Linux as a solution for networking problems, covering remote control applications, routing, virtual private networks, file and print services for Windows clients, email, Web services, and more. The book covers a wide range of Linux-based security solutions, including secure logins, file transfers, email security, and encryption. The book also includes a full section on multimedia, ranging from video production to CD burning, 3D graphics to image processing. Each chapter includes pointers to URLs with the latest versions of every open source package covered in the book. For all Linux users and developers who want to use Linux to solve a wider variety of problems.
- AuthorJeremy D. Anderson,Michael Schwarz,Peter Curtis,Steven Murphy
- Number Of Pages576 pages
- Publication Date2002-05-07
- PublisherAddison Wesley Professional
- Publication Year2002
- Copyright Date2002
- Weight39.8 Oz
- Height1.3 In.
- Width7.4 In.
- Length9.2 In.
- GroupScholarly & Professional
- LC Classification NumberQA76.76.O63M84553
- Dewey Decimal005.4/32
- Dewey Edition21
Table Of Content
- Table Of ContentPreface. You've Been Hoodwinked! Why You Want This Book. How This Book Is Organized. Why You Might Not Want This Book. 1. Introduction. Linux as a Tool. Defining Free. Free Means Different Things to Different People. Free Means Different Things in Different Licenses. The IANAL Declaration. The GPL. The LGPL. The BSD Licenses. The Artistic License. Public Domain. Other Licenses. The Great Schism. Richard Stallman. Eric Raymond and Bruce Perens. What's a Pagan Boy to Do? Get Comfortable with Source Code. Compiling Software. Imakefiles. Basic Makefiles. Autoconf. How to Roll Your Own Kernel. The /etc/lilo.conf File. Running lilo. The /boot Directory (Maybe). Welcome to /usr/src/linux. Friendly Kernel Configuration (menuconfig, xconfig). Building the New Kernel. Installing the New Kernel. Booting the New Kernel. Yikes! Or Booting the Old Kernel. Finding Source. Source Is Good! Requirements. Knowledge. Hardware. Software. Web Sites. 2. Remote-Control Your Computer from Anywhere, Anytime, and Any Operating System, Even OS/2! When X Doesn't Cut It. X Basics. Enter VNC. XVNCThe Best of Both Worlds. Using VNC with Linux. 3. Run a Whole Network with One IP Address. Preamble. What the Heck Is IP Masquerading? NAT vs. IP Masquerade. Stand-Alone Masqing Boxes. The Modem-Connect IPMasq'd Network. The Router-Connect IPMasq'd Network. Kernel Configuration. IPChains. IPChains Rulesets. Secure IPChains Rules. Blocking Specific Ports. Port Forwarding. Actually Getting PORTFW Installed in the Kernel. Compiling ipmasqadm. Forwarding HTTP Traffic. Rogue Spear Games. Kernel 2.4 and IPMASQ. Hardware Firewall/NAT Boxes. Summary. 4. Soup Cans and String: Last-Ditch Communications Methods. Problem 1: Parallel Line Internet Protocol (PLIP) Networking. Parallel Port Basics. The Four Kinds of Parallel Ports. Two-Way Printer Port Cables. Compiling the Linux Kernel to Support PLIP. Changes Needed for PLIP. Installing the New Kernel. Setting Up the PLIP Tunnel. Server-Side Setup. Client-Side Interface. Setting Up NAT (aka IP Masquerade). Server-Side Setup. Client-Side Setup. Problem 2: Non-IP Dialup (getty). The Whys. The Hows. The /etc/inittab File. Setting Up a getty. agetty. mgetty. Conclusion. 5 Samba: Talking to Windows Networks. What Is SMB? Setting Up Samba as a Client. Discovering the Local Network. Looking Up Machines with nmblookup. Listing Shares. Accessing Shares with smbclient. Accessing Shares with smbsh and smbfs. Accessing Shared Printers with smbprint. Graphical Clients. Replacing Those Workstations. Let's Get Practical.</P
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