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How to Copy a Web Site By Dick Eastman
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There are many different reasons for copying all or part of a web site. First of all, if it is your site, you need a backup! More than once I have talked with people who lost their entire site when... More > their hosting service had a hardware problem or even went out of business. You can also copy someone else's web site although you want to be careful about that for several reasons. Copyrights and other legalities pop to mind. Also, it is downright rude to copy someone else's information and re-use it. Yet there can be very good reasons for doing so.< Less
Backing Up Your Web Site: Priceless By Dick Eastman
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Tens of thousands of genealogists own personal web sites that display the information they wish to make public to the world. With today's technology, very little computer expertise is required to... More > create a web site. You can find a wide variety of software tools to easily create and maintain a personal web site. Some of those tools will keep copies of everything on your own computer's hard drive while others do not. If your tool of choice does not keep a local copy, ask yourself one question: "What happens when the web server has a problem?" Whether you own a genealogy web site or any other sort of web site, you always need to make sure your site is backed up.< Less
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6: Desktop and Administration By Richard Petersen
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This book examines Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for the desktop user and administrator. Though administrative tools are covered, the emphasis is on what a user would need to know to perform tasks. The... More > focus here is on what users face when using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, covering topics like applications, the GNOME and KDE desktops, shell commands, and the administration and network tools. Desktops are examined in detail, including configuration options. Applications examined include Office Suites, editors, ebook readers, music and video applications, email clients, Web and FTP browsers, as well as VoIP, microblogging, and IM applications. Administration topics are also covered including user management, software management, repositories, system startup (Upstart), services, system monitoring, shell configuration, encryption, network connections, shared resources, authentication, SELinux. The ebook version features hyper-linked overview, contents, index, chapters, sections, and Web sites.< Less
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6: Desktop and Administration By Richard Petersen
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This book examines Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for the desktop user and administrator. Though administrative tools are covered, the emphasis is on what a user would need to know to perform tasks. The... More > focus here is on what users face when using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, covering topics like applications, the GNOME and KDE desktops, shell commands, and the administration and network tools. Desktops are examined in detail, including configuration options. Applications examined include Office Suites, editors, ebook readers, music and video applications, email clients, Web and FTP browsers, as well as VoIP, microblogging, and IM applications. Administration topics are also covered including user management, software management, repositories, system startup (Upstart), services, system monitoring, shell configuration, encryption, network connections, shared resources. The ebook version features hyper-linked overview, contents, index, chapters, sections, figures, tables,and Web sites.< Less
Fedora 14 Administration and Security By Richard Petersen
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This book is designed as an administration and security reference. Administration tools are covered as well as the underlying configuration files and system implementations. The emphasis is on what... More > administrators will need to know to perform key administration and security tasks. Topics covered include user management, Upstart service management, time server settings, runlevels, software management, kernel configuration, virtualization, encryption, firewalls, SSH, SELinux, and file system management, LVM, RAID, devices (HAL and udev), backups, and shell configuration . The ebook version features hyper-linked overview, contents, index, chapters, sections, and Web sites.< Less