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kara_lahana 03-17-2006 06:50 PM

how to be a linux administrator
 
how to be a good linux adimistrator. i know that is a bad question.
how should i begin with it.

thanks for your answer..

Gethyn 03-17-2006 08:19 PM

Well, I guess you could try reading Rute! What do you mean by 'administrator' though? Webserver? Fileserver? X server? Something else?

kara_lahana 03-17-2006 08:26 PM

web
dns
dhcp
fileserver(samba (with ad auth), nfs)
All,what a Company can need!

thanks for the link sharing

Gethyn 03-17-2006 08:42 PM

Probably the best way to learn is by trying these things! If you have an old spare computer about at home, try installing all the above things on it, and see if you can getting them working. At the moment I'm trying to set up a Slackware web/mail/file server at home, and Shilo's guide has been quite useful (although I advise against his suggestion to update using swaret!).

kara_lahana 03-17-2006 08:54 PM

i admin 3 other qmail server
and 2 proftp und 1 vsftp server
because of webmail i run apache2 too.
but i think i have to learn most thing about httpd.conf
i will begin to read a book about that.

i find the routing and firewalling a importend thema
may be i will have a time for them too :)

onebuck 03-18-2006 11:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kara_lahana
how to be a good linux adimistrator. i know that is a bad question.
how should i begin with it.

thanks for your answer..

Hi,

You present a rather broad question. If it is just admin then a start could be;

http://learnlinux.tsf.org.za/courses...min/index.html

If you just want to get experience with systems then get to a machine and load linux distro of choice.

asif2k 03-18-2006 07:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gethyn
Well, I guess you could try reading Rute! What do you mean by 'administrator' though? Webserver? Fileserver? X server? Something else?


GOOD Tutorial


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