- Course ID: 219096
- Course Name: Linux System Administration (里訥克斯系統管理)
- Instructor: Dr. Quincy Wu
- Target Students: Juniors, Seniors, and Postgraduates
- Upperlimit: 15 Students
- Credit: 3
- Time: Monday 09:10-12:00
- Place: CC 027
- Proficient C language programming skill
- Experience in running tar/gcc/make to install open source packages.
- Every student must possess the superuser privilege of
a running Linux machine.
Alternative operating systems like Solaris or FreeBSD are acceptable.
- Goal: Learning the skills of Linux system administration,
and getting hands-on experience by establishing network services
through weekly homeworks.
- Homeworks (30)
- Oral Presentation (30%)
- Participation (20%)
- Term Project (20%)
- Vicki Stanfield and Roderick W. Smith,
"Linux System Administration", 2nd Ed.
Publication: San Francisco Sybex Books, 2002.
- Nate Campi and Kirk Bauer,
"Automating Linux and UNIX System Administration", 2nd Ed.
Publication: Berkeley, Calif., New York Springer Science & Business
Linux Home Networking PDF Chapters
- Online manpage
- GNU Info
- Linux Documentation Project (http://tldp.org/LDP/)
- LAMP: The Open Source Web Platform (http://www.onlamp.com/)
- Librenix - Linux Sysadmin Portal (http://www.librenix.com/)
- Linux Magazine (http://www.linux-mag.com/)
- Linux Journal (http://www.linuxjournal.com/)
- The Basics of System Administration
- Installing Linux
- Linux Files and Processes
- Command-line Tools
- Startup and Shutdown
- Creating and Maintaining User Accounts
- Software Administration
- Performance Tuning
- Filesystems and Disk Management
- Backing Up and Restoring
- Printers and the Spooling Subsystem
- Making Your Job Easier with Scripts
- TCP/IP Linux Networking
- The X Window System
- Setting Up Your Mail Server
File and Print Services for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) clients
- Classification in CSIE Programs: "Algorithms and Computational Theory"