The Linux Problem Solver(No Starch Press, 2000, 283 pages, ISBN 1-886411-35-2)
I cover some of the most common systems administration tasks - networking, remote file distribution and sharing, printing, backups, and user environments. I try not to beat around the bush; one could write loads on every single option for every program relating to each of these topics, but I feel this is counterproductive (especially since the manual pages usually go into gory detail anyway). I just hit you with what you need to know.
Embedded in the text are a number of common problems and their fixes. The placement of the problem boxes reflects where you're likely to encounter them.
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