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- Pro DNS and BIND
- Maximum Linux Security
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Administration Unleashed
- Building a server with FreeBSD 7
- SQL tutorial video by Microsoft certified Systems Engineer
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Pro DNS and BIND guides you through the challenging array of features surrounding DNS, with a special focus on BIND, the world's most popular DNS implementation. This book unravels the mysteries of DNS, offering insight into origins, evolution, and key concepts like domain names and zone files. This book focuses on running DNS systems based on BIND 9.3.0—the first stable release that includes support for the latest DNSSEC (DNSSEC.bis) standards and a major functional upgrade from previous BIND 9 releases.
If you administer a DNS system or are thinking about running one, or if you need to upgrade to support IPv6 DNS, need to secure a DNS for zone transfer, dynamic update, or other reasons, or if you need to implement DNSSEC, or simply want to understand the DNS system, then this book provides you with a single point of reference. Pro DNS and BIND starts with simple concepts, then moves on to full security-aware DNSSEC configurations. Various features, parameters, and resource records are described and, in the majority of cases, illustrated with one or more examples.
The book contains a complete reference to zone files, Resource Records, and BIND's configuration file parameters. You can treat the book as as a simple paint-by-numbers guide to everything from a simple caching DNS, to the most complex secure DNS (DNSSEC) implementation. Background information is still included for when you need to know what to do and why you have to do it, and so that you can modify processes to meet your unique needs.
Posted: 08 Jun 2009 09:42 AM PDT
Maximum Linux Security: A Hacker’s Guide to Protecting Your Linux Server and Workstation is designed for system administrators, managers, or Linux users who wish to protect their Linux servers and workstations from unauthorized intrusions and other external threats to their systems’ integrity. Written by an experienced hacker–someone who knows which systems are vulnerable and how crackers get into them–this unique guide to Linux security identifies existing and potential security holes and faults, and then describes how to go about fixing them.
Posted: 08 Jun 2009 09:41 AM PDT
This comprehensive guide can help you administer Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 effectively in any production environment, no matter how complex or challenging.
Long-time Red Hat insider Tammy Fox brings together today’s best practices for the entire system lifecycle, from planning and deployment through maintenance and troubleshooting. Fox shows how to maximize your efficiency and effectiveness by automating day-to-day maintenance through scripting, deploying security updates via Red Hat Network, implementing central identity management services, and providing shared data with NFS and Samba.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Administration Unleashed contains extensive coverage of network and web services, from the Apache HTTP server and Sendmail email services to remote login with OpenSSH. Fox also describes Red Hat’s most valuable tools for monitoring and optimization and presents thorough coverage of security including a detailed introduction to Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux).
* Streamline deployment with Kickstart.
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Building a server with FreeBSD 7
Hong’s straightforward style makes it easy for the do-it-yourself crowd to build a server quickly using the ports collection (a software package management system). But rather than wade through the thousands of ports available, Hong focuses on the most popular and useful ones. Each package is treated as an independent project (and given a difficulty rating), so readers can dip into the book at any point to install just the packages they need, when they need them.
The book’s modules cover topics like:
* Running common FreeBSD admin commands and tasks.
Appendixes explain user management, backup/restore, and network protocols.
Posted: 08 Jun 2009 08:39 AM PDT
This Transact SQL tutorial video is instructed by Microsoft certified Systems Engineer and Database administrator Mark Long. In this tutorial, you will not only learn about this data definition, manipulation, and control language, but you will also become better prepared for the MCDBA certification. It will also help you become a better Database Administrator. Mark Long begins by introducing you to the origins and capabilities of Transact SQL. He will give a brief history of databases and will cover some language basics, including scripts, batches, functions, and views. From there, he moves onto more advanced ideas by teaching you about TSQL tools, such as the Query Analyzer and the Enterprise Manager. He then goes into great depth explaining the 4 main commands: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. You will also learn about indexes, variables, and stored procedures.
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Make the Most of Today’s Smallest, Fastest Desktop Linux Distribution Damn Small Linux!
Damn Small Linux (DSL) is a super-efficient platform for everything from custom desktops to professional servers. Now, DSL’s creator and lead developer have written the first definitive, practical guide to this remarkable system. The Official Damn Small Linux Book brings together everything you need to put DSL to work in just minutes. Simply learn a few essentials, boot the live CD-ROM, and master the rest…one step at a time, hands-on.
If you’re new to Linux, you can quickly discover how to use DSL to take your data on the road, safely running your programs and personal environment on nearly any computer. Easily adapt DSL to run on anything from an alternative device (Internet appliance, hand-held, diskless PC, or mini-ITX system) to an older PC that might otherwise be headed for landfill.
Use this book to:
* Run DSL at blazing speed, from CD, USB pen drive, or directly from RAM.
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