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backing up data quickly, 394 Linux files, 74-77 backup superblocks, 100

bash shell aliases, 397, 398-399 connecting commands, 54-55 environment variables, 50-53 input and output, redirecting, 54-55 pattern matching, 53-54 preferences, 67-68 wildcards, 53-54 Basic authentication, 457, 459 Bauer, Bodo, xxxiv Beagle, finding files with, 357-358 Beazley, David, 409

Beginning Linux Programming (Wrox), 328

Beginning Perl (Apress, 2004), 409

Beginning Python (Wiley, 2005), 409

Behlendorf, Brian, 447

Bellard, Fabrice, 693

Berkeley Internet Name Daemon (BIND)

configuring for caching/forwarding, 559-562 packages, 560 Berners-Lee, Tim, 447 binary files

' (backtick) and, 323 cat command and, 271-272 changing with hex editors, 360 binary packages binary RPMs, 320 kernel packages, 713 -714 binary representation, 171 BIND. See Berkeley Internet Name Daemon (BIND)

BIOS initialization, 110, 120, 128

Blackbox window manager, 216, 217-218

blade architecture, 665

blank lines, replacing, 271

block devices, 80

Blue Book, 520

Bluetooth, 441-444 bochs PC emulator, 684, 691-692 bonnie/bonnie++ for filesystem testing, 98

Book Package, 150-151 boot loaders configuration (YaST), 243-245 customizing at installation, 25 selecting at installation, 28-31 boot managers, 110, 120 boot order, defined, 110 boot profiles, defined, 120 boot time, NFS and, 576 booting SUSE

basic concepts, 109-113

boot loader tool, 384

dual booting, 128

GRUB, 122-127

from hard disk, 380

at installation, 5 -8

installing Linux on existing Windows systems, 129 installing Windows/Linux on new systems, 128

LILO, 120-122

manually partitioning existing Windows systems, 130-132 into Rescue System, 380-381 runlevels. See runlevels sharing data on Windows/Linux partitions,

132-133 SUSE Rescue System, 135-137 into System Repair mode, 381 -385 brackets [ ], SOA records and, 564 bridged networking, defined, 697 broadcast addresses, 168 browser identification (Konqueror), 211

browsing

Firefox and, 215 for shares, 504-505 with split windows (Konqueror), 210 brute force logins, stopping, 613 Build Service search tool, 340 burning burning CDs/DVDs using k3b, 394,

395-396 CDs from command line, 395 ISO image to CD, 76 Burtch, Ken, 405 bzip2

compressing files with, 367-368 using with tar, 370

cable modem connections, configuring, 41

Cache Manager (Squid), 653 caching configuring BIND for, 559-562 DNS and, 559 web proxies. See Squid calendars calendar function (emacs), 314-315 Evolution and, 215 cancel command, 527 canonical_maps (Postfix), 474 cards (network), 34-36, 419-420 Carrier Grade Linux (CGL), xi case statement, shell scripts and, 403 -404 cat command, 59, 270-272 ccsm (Compiz Config Settings Manager),

222-224 cd (change directory) command, 58

CDs/DVDs basics of working with, 392-396 CD creator (Nautilus), 353 for installation, 4, 5 Live CDs/DVDs, 390, 391 mounting, 102-103 certification

EAL certifications, xi for hardware and software, 666 cfdisk, 78

CGI (Common Gateway Interface), 459-461

CGL (Carrier Grade Linux), xi chains, kernel filtering, 602

character devices, 80

chattr command, 374

chkconfig commands (runlevels), 118-119

chmod command, 66-67

chown (change ownership) command, 66

Christiansen, Tom, 410

chroot scripts (AutoYaST), 265-266

CIDR. See Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR)

CIFS (Common Internet File System), 501

Citrix server, SLED and, 729-730

classes address classes and network masks, 419 in CUPS, 532-534 IP addresses and, 166, 167, 168 Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR), 172 clients configuring for NIS, 625-627 DHCP, interaction with servers, 540 DHCP, starting and stopping, 550-551 DHCP, troubleshooting, 551-553 graphical mail clients, 499-500 mail clients, selecting, 498-500 NFS, defined, 575 NFS (YaST), 578-579

setup to print to CUPS servers (Windows), 529-530 clients (Samba), 503-509

accessing Windows printers with, 506-509 basics of, 503-505 YaST for client services, 505-506 clustering, defined, 657 cmp command, 291-292 CNAME records (DNS) defined, 562 servers and, 565 -566 code. See source code code listings

%files Macro for logcheck, 333 %install Section for Logcheck, 332 /var/log, 176-177

ACLs, Setting on Shared Mailbox, 497 Apache logrotate Entry, 185 ARP Cache, Viewing, 422 Authenticating to LDAP Servers, 633 Connectivity, Checking with l2ping, 441 Destination (logging), 183 DHCP Servers, Retrieving Information from, 552

dig for Testing DNS Servers, 561 Downloading Files over HTTP to Local

Server, 433 EXT2 Filesystem, Creating, 93-94 EXT2 Filesystem, Mounting, 98-99 EXT2 to EXT3, Upgrading, 96 EXT3 Filesystem, Creating, 94-95 fdisk -l command Output, 81 fdisk to Edit /dev/hda, 82 Files, Getting over Bluetooth, 442 Filter (syslog-ng), 182-183 Filtering Rules, Default, 603-604 Firewall Rules, Setting, 605

code listings (continued) Heartbeat.ypm, 342 Host Groups, Defining, 549 ifconfig Command, Output of, 412 Internal DNS Representation, 567 Kernel Build Process Output, 721-722 ldapsearch Output, 638-639 LDIF Entries, Inserting into LDAP, 636 LDIF File, 634 LDIF Listing, 637 lilo.conf Configuration, 121 Local Specification (logging), 180 Log Definition, 184 logcheck Example E-mail, 188 logcheck Log File Entry, 187 Logcheck RPM, Installing, 337 Logcheck RPM, Listing Files in, 336 Logging in to FTP Server as User, 594 menu.lst Configuration File, 123 ndiswrapper Drivers, Installing, 438 ndiswrapper Drivers, Listing, 438 ndiswrapper to Install Windows Network

Drivers, 438 NetWare Servers, Listing, 423 Network Configuration, Viewing, 421 Network Devices Information, Viewing, 420 palmcoder.net Zone, 563 Partition Configuration, Saving, 85 Partitions, Creating Extended, 83 Partitions, Creating Logical, 84 Partnership, Defining in DRBD, 677-678 Perl CGI Script, 460 ping to Test Network Connectivity, 435 Postfix main.cf file, 471-472 PPK Pair, Creating, 429 Public SSH Key, Copying, 430 ReiserFS, creating, 97

Reverse Zone for 192.168.0.0/24, 568 route -n Output, 173 RPM Header, 329-331 RPM Packages, Installing, 321-322 RPM Packages, Listing, 324 RPM Packages, Querying, 322-323 RPM Packages, Removing Dependent, 325 rpmbuild to Compile Logcheck Source, 334-336

Running Kernel Configuration, 715-716 Searching for User and Filtering, 640 Searching for Wireless Networks, 439 SSH to Log in to Remote Servers, 427 syslog Mail Facility Logging, 179 syslog-ng Configuration for iptables — Source, 182 telnet as Protocol Tester, 426 telnet to Connect to Remote Servers, 425 Testing DNS Zones with dig, 566-567 Testing POP3 Servers with Telnet, 492 traceroute Program for Diagnosing Network

Problems, 436 unzip to Unarchive Network Drivers, 437-438

Updated Postfix main.cf Configuration, 482 Updated Routing Table, 417 Uploading Files Successfully, 595-596 Uploading Files to FTP Servers, 594 Using tcpdump with dhcpdump, 553-555 Virtual Host, Defining, 455 Web Site Directories, Synchronizing, 432 CodeWeavers Crossover Office version of Wine availability of, 687 SLED and, 729-730 Wine and, 691 command completion, 49 command history, 49

command interpreters. See shells (command interpreters) command line burning CDs from, 395 canceling printing from, 526-527 NIS servers, setting up from, 623-625 printing from, 525-526 starting emacs from, 308-310 command-line tools CUPS, 534-536

installation tools (RPMs), 343-346 for working with files, 347-351 Xen hypervisor, 708 command_directory (Postfix), 473 commands. See also specific commands completing, 49 connecting, 54-55 emacs and, 310-312 help for, 55-56 commodity

64-bit servers, 664 defined, 665 Common Gateway Interface (CGI), 459-461 Common Internet File System (CIFS), 501 Common Unix Print System (CUPS). See printing with CUPS compiling source code, 328 Compiz Config Settings Manager (ccsm),

222-224 compressing files, 367-368 concatenation cat command, 59, 270-272 concatenating files, 59-60 configuration of monitors, changing, 43 -44 network configuration and virtual interfaces, 415

of partitions, saving, 77 Postfix, 471-479, 483 of printers (YaST), 239-242 troubleshooting, on IP networks, 435-436 configuration files

Apache Web Server, 450-451 CUPS, 536 Samba, 515-516 Xen hypervisor, 706-708 configuring administrator (LDAP server), 631-632 Apache with YaST, 464-468 BIND for caching/forwarding, 559-562 boot loaders (YaST), 243-245 cable modem connections, 41 clients for NIS, 625-627 Cyrus IMAPD user, 495 default gateway, 37-38 DHCP servers manually, 547-550 DHCP servers with YaST. See YaST DHCP server dial-up servers (Postfix), 483 DNS servers, 34-36 DNS settings, 36-37

firewalls with iptables. See iptable firewalls hardware at installation, 43 -45 ifconfig command, 414-415 installation sources (YaST), 234-236 IP networks. See IP networks, configuring kernels, 715-720 language settings, 8 -10 network access. See network access, configuring network addresses, 420-421 networks, 411 routes, 421

configuring (continued) sound cards, 44-45 user preferences, 67-68 wireless networking, 439-440 X Window system, 196 YaST with DNS, 568-573 connecting commands, 54-55 connection-based protocols, defined, 494 connection updates, testing, 38-39 connection vs. connectionless TCP/IP protocols, 163

connections, network, 73-74 content_filter (Postfix), 476 control sequences, 62 Converse, Tim, 463 copying files, 57 copying/pasting text (vi/vim), 304-305 X Window, 201 corruption of filesystems, 22 Cozens, Simon, 409 cp (copy) command, 57 CPAN (Perl Archive Network), 409 cpio archives, 371 -372 CrossOver

Crossover Office, SLED and, 729

Windows and Wine and, 691 csplit command, 280-281 CSV (comma-separated values) format, importing files from, 363-364 cube, spinning, 220-222

CUPS (Common Unix Printing System). See also printing with CUPS basics of, 523 -524

CUPS: Common UNIX Printing System (Sams, 2001), 537

CUPS servers checking availability of, 529 setup to print to, 529-530 starting/stopping, 529 curly braces { }, when defining host groups, 549

Customized Repair (YaST), 382-383 customizing boot loaders, 25 desktops, 13-14 emacs, 315 keyboard layout, 25 partitions, 25 runlevel, 25, 119-120 software, 25-26 cut command, 282 Cygwin/X software, 207 Cyrus IMAPD

aliases for root's mail, 498 basics of, 494-495 integrating with Postfix, 497 shared mailboxes, creating, 496-497 users, adding, 495-496 users, configuring, 495

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