Whether you are an end user, a system administrator, or a little of both, this book explains with step-by-step examples how to get the most out of a Fedora or RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) system. In 28 chapters, this book takes you from installing a Fedora/RHEL system, through understanding its inner workings, to setting up secure servers that run on the system.
This book is designed for a wide range of readers. It does not require you to have programming experience, although having some experience using a general-purpose computer, such as a Windows, Macintosh, UNIX, or another Linux system is certainly helpful. This book is appropriate for
• Students who are taking a class in which they use Linux
• Home users ...