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How Linux Works, 3rd Edition: What Every Superuser Should Know

Autor Brian Ward
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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 17 mai 2021
In this third edition of the best selling How Linux Works, author Brian Ward peels back the layers of this well-loved operating system to make Linux internals accessible. Readers learn how Linux boots, how the kernel manages devices and device drivers, and how processes, networking, interfaces, firewalls, and servers work. They also learn how Linux-based development tools work, how to use shared libraries, and how to write effective shell scripts. This edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded with added coverage of Logical Volume Manager (LVM), virtualisation, and containers.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781718500402
ISBN-10: 1718500408
Pagini: 464
Dimensiuni: 177 x 236 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.86 kg
Editura: Penguin Random House Group
Colecția No Starch Press
Locul publicării:United States

Descriere

In this third edition of the best selling How Linux Works, author Brian Ward peels back the layers of this well-loved operating system to make Linux internals accessible. Readers learn how Linux boots, how the kernel manages devices and device drivers, and how processes, networking, interfaces, firewalls, and servers work. They also learn how Linux-based development tools work, how to use shared libraries, and how to write effective shell scripts.

This edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded with added coverage of Logical Volume Manager (LVM), virtualisation, and containers.


Notă biografică

Brian Ward has been working with Linux since 1993. He is also the author of The Linux Kernel-HOWTO, The Book of VMware (No Starch Press), and The Linux Problem Solver (No Starch Press).


Cuprins

1. The Big Picture
2. Basic Commands and Directory Hierarchy
3. Devices
4. Disks and Filesystems
5. How the Linux Kernel Boots
6. How User Space Starts
7. System Configuration: Logging, System Time, Batch Jobs, and Users
8. A Closer Look at Processes and Resource Utilization
9. Understanding Your Network and Its Configuration
10. Network Applications and Services
11. Introduction to Shell Scripts
12. Network File Transfer and Sharing
13. User Environments
14. A Brief Survey of the Linux Desktop and Printing
15. Development Tools
16. Introduction to Compiling Software from C Source Code
17. Virtualization