Linux for Windows NT/2000 Administrators

Linux for Windows NT/2000 Administrators

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The first expert presentation of Linux specifically for Windows users, using Windows terminology and examples, and building on Windows knowledge. Practical and to the point, the authors explain Linux's essentials, dispel its myths, show how to use Linux in an enterprise, and provide practical guidelines and interoperability tips on setting up various Linux servers in a Windows environment.One of the usera#39;s groups, therefore, has this mildly special characteristic a€” it gets aquot;attachedaquot; to any files that she creates. But which group should it be? Thata#39;s answered by the administrator, who designates one group as her initial group. The others are said to be supplementary groups. You can use useradd without any options at all and youa#39;ll get a basically useful result. For example, if you just type useradd joe then useradd will create a user account named joe. He will be assigned aanbsp;...


Title:Linux for Windows NT/2000 Administrators
Author: Mark Minasi, Dan York, Craig Hunt
Publisher:Sybex - 2000
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