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Systems administrators are ultimately responsible for making sure their company’s technology runs smoothly. Whether it involves getting the different parts of a network talking to each other, organizing your team, or throwing together a basic content management system, you’ll find the help you need in this category.

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  12-28-06 

Dealing with Files and Filesystems

O'Reilly Media 39434

In this first of a two-part article, you will learn how to get the most out of certain BSD commands, as well as some useful ways to handle your filesystem. It is excerpted from chapter two of the book BSD Hacks, written by Dru Lavigne (O'Reilly, 2005; ISBN: 0596006799). Copyright © 2005 O'Reilly Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission from the publisher. Available from booksellers or direct from O'Reilly Media.

  12-21-06 

More Hacks for the User Environment in BSD

O'Reilly Media 27546

In this article, the third and last of a series, you'll learn how to customize a BSD environment for other users; maintain your chosen environment on multiple machines; and more. It is excerpted from chapter one of the book BSD Hacks, written by Dru Lavigne (O'Reilly, 2005; ISBN: 0596006799), Copyright © 2005 O'Reilly Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission from the publisher. Available from booksellers or direct from O'Reilly Media.

  12-14-06 

Personalizing the User Environment in BSD

O'Reilly Media 20730

In this second part of a three-part article, you'll learn a few more ways to personalize the user environment in BSD, such as adding some fun trivia, setting up a trash directory, and locking down your screen. It is excerpted from chapter one of the book BSD Hacks, written by Dru Lavigne (Copyright © 2005 O'Reilly Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission from the publisher. Available from booksellers or direct from O'Reilly Media; ISBN: 0596006799).

  12-07-06 

Customizing the User Environment in BSD

O'Reilly Media 25443

If you use an open source operating system, you probably have a few favorite hacks that you like to apply to make things run more smoothly. This article, the first of three parts, focuses on some good hacks for customizing the user environment. It is excerpted from chapter one of the book BSD Hacks, written by Dru Lavigne (Copyright © 2005 O'Reilly Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission from the publisher. Available from booksellers or direct from O'Reilly Media; ISBN: 0596006799).

  12-05-05 

CHMOD: Tool for Open Source Administration

Drew Decker 62186

CHMOD (chmod) is a UNIX oriented command that means “Changing Mode.” It lets you change the mode (hence the name) of the file, or directory(ies) depending on how the chmod command is used. When I say “changing mode,” I mean giving the file a different permission scheme, respectively read, write, and execute. This command, by the way, is one of the most useful and most used commands in Linux.

  11-03-05 

Design and Architecture

Apress Publishing 137161

Servers typically need to be able to handle multiple clients simultaneously. This presents several problems that need to be solved. This article addresses three of those issues: allowing multiple clients to connect and stay connnected, efficient use of resources, and keeping the server responsive to each of the clients. It is excerpted from chapter five of the book The Definitive Guide to Linux Networking Programming, written by Keir Davis et. al. (Apress, 2004; ISBN: 1590593227).

  10-27-05 

Fundamentals (of Linux Networking)

Apress Publishing 102031

This article discusses the various types of networks, the methods for connnecting networks, how network data is moved from network to network, and the protocols used on today's popular networks. It is excerpted from chapter one of the book The Definitive Guide to Linux Networking Programming, written by Keir Davis et. al. (Apress, 2004; ISBN: 1590593227).

  10-13-05 

Core System Services

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 54961

Every Linux system has five core services which perform fundamental functions. This article discusses each of these services. It is excerpted from chapter nine of Linux Administration A Beginner's Guide, Third Edition, written by Steven Graham and Steven Shah (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004; ISBN: 0072225629).

  09-21-05 

Building a Barebones Content Management System: The Yaapi API

Harish Kamath 89761

This article will show you how to use the different API methods of yaapi, which is an API tool useful for managing content. It will explain how to retrieve a list of articles, display an article on a web page, retrieve a list of categories, and more.

  09-14-05 

Building a Barebones Content Management System: An Introduction

Harish Kamath 89171

How do you keep visitors returning to your website? By updating content regularly. Maintaining this gets out of hand unless you have a content management system. Harish Kamath explains how to put a barebones CMS together using three APIs.  To see the VIDEO TUTORIAL click HERE.

  09-07-05 

Banner Management With phpAdsNew (conclusion)

Harish Kamath 34691

In the third and final article covering phpAdsNew, Harish Kamath explains how to use the program for generating the reports that advertisers love for keeping track of how their campaigns are doing. He also explains how to get some information very useful to administrators, and how to manage phpAdsNew.

  07-07-05 

Getting Started with Sendmail

O'Reilly Media 473028

If you want to build or customize a sendmail configuration, you need to know your way around the sendmail distribution. This article will help you find your way around the cf directory, which contains the configuration files. It was excerpted from chapter one of The Sendmail Cookbook, written by Craig Hunt (O'Reilly Media, 2004; ISBN: 0596004710).

  05-26-05 

Organizing a Team Project

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 156106

As a project manager, your job is very similar to the team leader from one of your favorite spy caper movies: putting together a team that has all the skills to get the job done. You will need to deal with many issues that rarely come up in a spy movie, however, such as characters who dodge work and complain about the difficulty of the job. This article will help you deal with some of these problems. It is excerpted from the book IT Project Management: On Track from Start to Finish, Second Edition by Joseph Phillips (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004; ISBN: 0072232021).

  04-11-05 

Banner Management With phpAdsNew (Part two)

Harish Kamath 54061

In this second part of a three-part tutorial covering phpAdsNew, you will learn more about the features of the "Publishers" and "Advertisers" module, as well as a convenient way to integrate phpAdsNew with multiple websites, and more.

  04-06-05 

Initiating the Project

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 64601

Managing an IT project may be the most exciting -- and challenging -- task you ever undertake in your career. This article will show you how to get started. It is excerpted from the book, IT Project Management, by Joseph Phillips (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004; ISBN: 0072232021).

 
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