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Study Guide for

Linux System Administration 1
Lab work for LPI 101
version 0.2

released under the GFDL by LinuxIT

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Copyright (c) 2005 LinuxIT. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 orany later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with the Invariant Sections being History, Acknowledgements, with the Front-Cover Texts being “released under the GFDL by LinuxIT”.

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Introduction: Acknowledgments
The original material was made available by LinuxIT's technical training centre www.linuxit.com. Many thanks to Andrew Meredith for suggesting the idea in the first place. A special thanks to all the students who have helped dilute the technical aspects of Linux administration through their manyquestions, this has led to the inclusion of more illustrations attempting to introduce concepts in a user friendly way. Finally, many thanks to Paul McEnery for the technical advice and for starting off some of the most difficult chapters such as the ones covering the X server (101), modems (102) and the Linux kernel (102). The manual is available online athttp://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/lpi-manuals/. Thank you to the Savannah Volunteers for assessing the project and providing us with the Web space.

First release (version 0.0) October 2003. Reviewed by Adrian Thomasset. Revised January 2004 after review by Andrew Meredith. November 2004. Section on expansion cards added in 'Hardware Configuration' chapter by Adrian Thomasset December 2004. Index and mapped objectives added byAdrian Thomasset. January 2005. Glossary of terms, command and file review added at end of chapters by Adrian Thomasset June 2005. Added new entries in line with recommendations from SerNet for the LATM process, by Andrew Meredith with additional text supplied by Andrew D Marshall and review by Adrian Thomasset. Section on Debian tools supplied by Duncan Thomson. August 2005. "Linux SystemAdministration 1 - Lab work LPI 101 - version 0.2" has been awarded the LATM status by SerNet.

Dramatis Personi
Adrian Thomasset Andrew Meredith Andrew D Marshall Duncan Thomson http://www.linuxit.com/ http://www.anvil.org/ http://h0lug.sourceforge.net/ http://www.paisley.ac.uk/

This manuals primary aim is to provide explanations, examples and exercises for those preparing for the LinuxProfessional Institute (LPI) Certification Programme 1 (LPIC-1), Exam 101. Three core sources of criteria guide this manual to its primary goals: ● The LPI's Exam-101 "Objectives". ● Its LPI-Approved Training Materials (LATM) criteria. ● The Linux Documentation Project (LDP or TLDP) Author Guide (AG). The LPI's Exam-101 Objectives and LATM criteria are summarized below. The Objectives are also onlineat: http://www.lpi.org/en/obj_101.html The LDP Author Guide [http://www.tldp.org/LDP/LDP-Author-Guide/] provides a consistent, comprehensive set of guidelines for those wanting to publish HOWTOs, Tutorials and Manuals via the world's largest GNU/Linux documentation system, the LDP. This manual adopts as its second prime objective, on equal footing with its first, the LDP Author Guide's challengeto prospective LDP authors, "to massage all of the raw data into a readable, entertaining and understandable whole." [LDP-AG, 4.1. Writing the Text]

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