Red Hat Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide
By Muthyala, Narender Reddy
Perfect for systems and network administrators migrating from Windows NT to Linux, or experimenting with bringing Linux into their network topology. Even novice users will find plenty of helpful information on administering the open source operating system—including installation, initial configuration, using the bash command shell, managing files, managing software, and granting rights to users.

DOI: 10.1036/0072226315

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Author Biography

Narender Reddy Muthyala is currently working at one of the leading financial firms in Manhattan as a Level 3 infrastructure support engineer. Narender was a Senior Unix Administrator at a Unix reseller in Michigan, where he supported pre, post-sales implementation and support of AIX, HP-UX, IRIX and SOLARIS. Narender is also certified not only on Cisco and MCSE but all the above mentioned unix platforms. He has also taught Unix classes at a college on SCO Unix, part time. Prior to that he worked for a CAD/CAM molding company in Michigan, where he customized many processes by scripting. Narender graduated in 1992 from Wayne State Uninversity in Detroit with a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering.

Red Hat Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide
Author(s): Muthyala, Narender Reddy
ISBN: 0072226315
DOI: 10.1036/0072226315

Format: paperback, 544 pages.
Pub date: 24 Jan 2003
Copyright: 2003
$39.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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