Linux basics for Windows admins

IT pros who know how to improve performance and tune proprietary applications to run on Linux will be in big demand, analysts say. So, why not take steps toward making yourself a hot commodity? This extensive library of basic Linux information has been designed with Windows professionals in mind.


Linux basics for Windows pros
IT pros who know how to improve performance and tune proprietary applications to run on Linux will be in big demand, analysts say. So, why not take steps toward making yourself a hot commodity? This extensive library of basic Linux information has been designed with Windows professionals in mind.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
   What's GNU? Making sense of terms and acronyms
   Getting started: Linux at a glance
   Distributions: How to get Linux
   Installation
   Comparing costs
   Migration
   Security
   Integration & Interoperability
   Administration & Management
   Software/applications
   Samba
   Networking/protocols
   Articles & White Papers
   Chapter Downloads
   Resources


What's GNU? Making sense of terms and acronyms
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Getting started: Linux at a glance
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Distributions: How to get Linux
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Installation
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Comparing costs
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Migration
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Security
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Questions? Ask our Security Expert, James Turnbull.

Integration and Interoperability
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Questions? Ask our Linux Integration and Interoperability Expert, John H. Terpstra.

Administration and Management
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Questions? Ask our Windows-to-Linux Migration and Interoperability Expert, Mark Hinkle.

Software/Applications
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Samba
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Networking/Protocols
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Articles and white papers
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Support
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Chapter downloads
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

Resources
[ Return to Table of Contents ]

This was first published in November 2005

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