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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server for NetWare and Linux Chapter 13 Managing Linux Environments
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 Objectives After reading this chapter and completing the activities, you will be able to: Create and manage Linux users and groups Work with command-line utilities from a Linux shell Manage Linux applications with run levels and RedHat Package Manager Work with the Linux file system, including file system permissions, partitions, and logical volumes
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 3 Creating and Managing Linux Users and Groups Linux is a multiuser system You must log in with a valid user name and password Users can be given limited access permissions
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 4 Local Group Accounts Types of groups Local System Local groups Used by network administrator Assign rights and permissions to users System groups Used by the operating system Grant rights to access certain system resources
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 5 Local Group Accounts (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 6 Local Group Accounts (continued) root group Can be used to grant all rights to the Linux system Used to create a backup administrator account users group The only local group created during Linux installation Give members basic permissions to the system Administrator can create their own groups
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 7 Local Group Accounts (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 8 Local User Accounts User account needs to be assigned User ID (UID) Home directory Default command shell Password setting parameters Shell Program that runs on the Linux kernel Provides a command-line environment
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 9 Local User Accounts (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 10 Local User Accounts (continued) Local user accounts are stored in two files shadow passwd /etc/shadow file Used to store encrypted case-sensitive passwords /etc/passwd file Contains user name, UID, home directory path, and default shell
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 Local User Accounts (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 12 Working with the Bash Shell Linux system operation Controlled through text-based configuration files Can be modified directly from command-line utilities
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 13 Accessing the Command-Line Interface You need to open a terminal window To work with the command shell Ctrl+Alt+function key Opens new virtual terminal window Each terminal window is identified by a number in its title bar
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 14 Accessing the Command-Line Interface (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 15 Accessing Command-Line Help Using man pages man (short for manual) command Provides detailed help information on specific
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