Linux in Small Business

Linux in Small Business

A Practical Users' Guide

eBook - 2002
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Springer Publishing
Using a simple, step-by-step approach, Lathrop shows how Linux can be integrated in a mixed, Linux/Windows environment, both saving money and avoiding workplace disruption. Linux has now matured to the point where, with modest instruction and using familiar GUI tools, a Windows user or administrator can install, set up, and use Linux effectively in a business, workgroup, school, or government office. "Linux in Small Business: A Practical User's Guide" covers more material than most Linux books - the scenario-based LAN section alone covers DHCP, DNS, NAT, Samba, NFS, Sendmail, Apache, and PostgreSQL. It covers this material using a practical, how-to method, showing the user how to set up these programs and protocols in a realistic, hands-on way, and showing by example how they can be made useful in the office or workgroup.


Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Apress ; New York : Distributed to the Book trade in U.S. by Springer-Verlag, ©2002
ISBN: 1893115461
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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