- Taschenbuch: 228 Seiten
- Verlag: Lulu.com (8. Juni 2006)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1411695747
- ISBN-13: 978-1411695740
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,3 x 22,9 cm
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Building an Internet Server with Freebsd 6 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. Juni 2006
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"Building an Internet Server with FreeBSD 6" is the ultimate resource on the installation and configuration of open source server software with FreeBSD 6. This book contains step-by-step guides on building some of the most popular and powerful server applications available. To name a few: Apache HTTP (webserver), Courier-IMAP (IMAP server), CUPS (print server), BIND (DNS server), MySQL (database server), Postfix (mail server), and more. This book is an essential resource for new and experienced users deploying Internet servers with FreeBSD. Visit http://www.unorthodocs.net for more information
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The list: web server, mail server, database server, print server, time server, DHCP server, Mediawiki server, blog site, OpenVPN server, FTP server, Samba server, content-management-system, anti-spam server, and webmail server. Plus, the book describes how to install PHP, phpLDAPadmin, phpMyadmin, a DHCP client, and more.
Oh, and in those jam-packed 256 pages, Mr. Hong managed to include a section on how to use, maintain, and upgrade ports!
Each chapter is helpfully tagged with a level rating which identifies how much "effort" is required to install the app/service. Level 1 apps are the easiest. Level 5 apps are the hardest -- though, thanks to Mr. Hong concise and informative writing, even level 5 apps are easy to install.
Each chapter is broken down into: Summary, Resources (web links), Requirements (what is needed before starting the chapter), Optional Requirements, Preparation, Install steps, Configure the app/service, Utilities to manage the app/service, Config files involved, Log files involved, and a Notes section.
I've been in the IT business for over 15yrs and this book, by far, is one of the best I've read for an operating system. It is clear, concise, informative, useful, practical, productive, and delivers the goods. The book is so good that it should be included with every FreeBSD CD/DVD shipped or downloaded. If you use FreeBSD, this book should be mandatory reading.
This book takes a very clear flowchart approach and tells you what to install and in what order. If you want a web server, a mail server, a file server, or some variant, this book will help you to build it.
I know that seasoned system administrators frown on the scripted "type this and then this" approach to setting up a server but you have to start somewhere. This book will help you to set up a full fledged working and relatively secure server. From there if you want to learn more about a particular technology, great go right ahead and delve in deeper (with another more specific book.) You will after following the instructions in this book have a great platform to configure and expand.
I have read several other books on different variants of BSD and this one really pulled it all together.
The reason I love this book is not because of all the detail it has, but because it gives you a good overview of how things should be setup and allow you to jump into action and build a working tangible server. This book gives you a good overview of how to put all the pieces together to build a functioning server.
If you are looking for a book filled with every detail, this is not for you. If you want a quick start in getting something up and running, buy this book. If you want a book that will go into detail n FreeBSD 7, check out Absolute FreeBSD: The Complete Guide to FreeBSD, 2nd Edition
This book got me there! It tells me precisely what parts (ports or packages) I need to create a particular type of server (mail, internet, etc.), where to find them, how to install and configure, all in short, concise instructions. And it all worked! It's really a great little book. I hope the author comes by and checks out reviews of his book so I can tell him here how much I appreciate his taking the time to publish his "notes."
Its good for a lil confidence (after reading it I realized I could have gotten at least half of the programs installed myself.)
But don't doubt it, as it includes may nifty and useful hints and settings you may not know.