English | 2021 | ISBN: 978-1119722335 | 752 Pages | PDF, EPUB | 21 MB
Ubuntu Linux Bible (covering Ubuntu version 20.04) gives you what you need to successfully plan and implement Ubuntu workloads at any level and addressing all use-cases. Whether you’re a desktop user, server administrator, or completely new to Linux, you’re covered. The book presents the information so that new users get all of the information that they need, while allowing experienced Linux users the freedom to skip directly to the specific details they require. The book covers the recently released 20.04 Long Term Support version of Ubuntu, as well as previous versions.
The book is organized into four parts: “Getting Started with Ubuntu Linux,” “Ubuntu for Desktop Users,” Ubuntu for System Administrators,” and “Configuring Servers on Ubuntu.”
You’ll learn about fundamental Linux system administration topics such as creating and managing users, backing up the system, adding new printers and disks to the system, network configuration, and using Ubuntu wirelessly.
Ubuntu is known for its many hundreds of thousands of happy desktop users. But it can also be used in an enterprise environment to provide core network and infrastructure services.