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Author: Nicholas D. Wells
ISBN: 0764531670
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Pages 502 pages
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc (March 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: IT
Rating: 4.6
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eBook Linux Web Server Toolkit download

by Nicholas D. Wells

Linux Web Server Toolkit covers all these topics. Nicholas D. Wells manages the documentation, training, and Web site for Caldera.

Linux Web Server Toolkit covers all these topics. The approach throughout is not just to tell you how to do something, but to put it in its appropriate context. Advanced users will undoubtedly find some material, such as the creation of Web pages or choosing an Internet service provider (ISP), too elementary. Nick has contributed to NetWare titles for Sybex and the Network Professionals Association newsletter and has written extensively on NetWare security.

Nicholas Wells may be the most talented technical writer I have ever run across.

Linux Web Server Toolkit book.

This handy kit provides Linux-compatible Web tools and outlines how to implement them to create a secure and stable Web server on a Linux network. The book includes day-to-day Web server administration-plus all the software one needs on the CD-ROM. Format Mixed media product 500 pages.

In LINUX Web Server Toolkit, author Nicholas Wells hands you the tools for creating a dynamic Web site with LINUX. You get useful tips and instruction on shopping for Web servers, setting up server software, selecting an Internet service provider, fielding security issues, and much more. The CD-ROM is packed with the resources you need to build a Web site, including Caldera OpenLinux Lite LINUX distribution, Apache Web Server, and over a thousand utilities and programs. См. также: Мир Linux и FreeBSD.

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The LINUX Web Server Toolkit takes the reader completely through the procedure of building a web server, from planning to disaster recovery. The book comes with a CD containing Linux, Apache and a multitude of scripts and programs. The copy I received came with Caldera OpenLinux Lite, but I have seen bookstore copies with Red Hat Linux. This book provides a reasonable overview of all issues involved with setting up a web server. It cannot, of course, cover topics in the same level of detail as books such as O'Reilly's Apache, but it was not meant to do so.

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The Internet/Intranet revolution has created a renewed interest in Linux networking and Web servers. This handy kit provides Linux-compatible Web tools and outlines how to implement them to create a secure and stable Web server on a Linux network. The book includes day-to-day Web server administration--plus all the software one needs on the CD-ROM.
Suck! Yes it was really suck. If you want step by step instructions, you are better off buying other book. The CD-ROM was really really lousy because they have so little driver listing. I have installed RedHat Linux before, and it worked great with all software drivers available in their presented option (I tested this Caldera version because it offered 500MB disk space rather than 2Gbyte like RedHat.) I have all brandname hardware device and yet this Caldera does not have software driver for me to install. Ex: SoundBlaster from Creative Lab, now this is the basic standard sound card. How could this Caldera not support driver for this? see what I mean. So, If you got no name brand, you are in deep yogurt! I don't have money to throw away; so, I am really regretting buying this book. DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK!
If you have more than 10 minutes Net experience and say, ooh, 3 minutes of coding html you can skip the first 200 or so pages. If you have a couple of days of Linux under your belt, you'll find that most of the remaining content can be found in the relevant man pages.
If you're about to join the Linux club you should note that the author used the Caldera distro, and he assumes you will too. So don't install RH/SuSE/whatever and expect to find his admin menu! He also assumes you'll have enough knowledge to fill in the gaps where he was obviously getting bored writing the book.
Sysadmin's should not look here.
Also includes one of those completely out of date CDs. Why oh why?
The examples in the book regarding SSI do not indicate double quotes " around the commands. If you're not familiar with this (like I wasn't) you'll probably end up banging your head against the wall for weeks trying to figure out why SSI doesn't work.