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Quick-Configuration Server Guide
Table of Contents
Preface
1About Mandrake Linux
Contact Mandrake Community
Support Mandrake
Purchasing Mandrake Products
2About this Server Reference Manual
3Note From The Editor
4Conventions Used in This Book
Typing Conventions
General Conventions
ICommon Services Configuration Wizards
1Server ConfigurationWizards
Foreword
DHCP Server
Domain Name Server
Adding a DNS Entry
Postfix server configuration
Samba Server Configuration
Web Server Configuration
FTP server configuration
News Server configuration
Proxy Server Configuration
Time Configuration
2Configuring Masqueraded Clients
Linux Box
Windows XP Box
Windows 95 or Windows 98 Box
Windows NT or Windows 2000 Box
DOS Box Using The NCSA Telnet Package
Windows For Workgroup 3.11
MacOS Box
OS/2 Warp Box
IIIn-Depth Configuration of Common Services
3Internet/Intranet Web Server
Installation
Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Advanced Configuration
4Postfix Mail Server
Installation
Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Advanced Configuration
5Incoming Mail Server: POP And IMAP
Foreword
Installation
Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Advanced Configuration
6Resource Sharing
Resource Sharing: Samba
Resource Sharing: FTP
Resource Sharing: NFS
7MySQL Database Server
Getting Started
Creating a User For The Database
Creating a Database
Creating a Table
Managing Data in a Table
8NIS Client And Server
Installation
Step-by-Step Configuration
Client Advanced Configuration
9BIND DNS Server
Installation
Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Advanced Configuration
IIIApplied Theory
10Security Under GNU/Linux
Preamble
Overview
Physical Security
Local Security
Files and File-System Security
Password Security And Encryption
Kernel Security
Network Security
Security Preparation (Before You Go On-Line)
What to Do During And After a Breaking
Security Sources
Frequently Asked Questions
Conclusion
Security-Related Terms
11Networking Overview
Copyright
How to Use This Chapter
General Information About Linux Networking
Generic Network Configuration Information
Ethernet Information
IP-Related Information
Using Common PC Hardware
Other Network Technologies
Cables And Cabling
AGNU Free Documentation License
GNU Free Documentation License
PREAMBLE
APPLICABILITY AND DEFINITIONS
VERBATIM COPYING
COPYING IN QUANTITY
MODIFICATIONS
COMBINING DOCUMENTS
COLLECTIONS OF DOCUMENTS
AGGREGATION WITH INDEPENDENT WORKS
TRANSLATION
TERMINATION
FUTURE REVISIONS OF THIS LICENSE
How to use this License for your documents
BGlossary
List of Tables
List of Figures
An Example of an Internal Network
Accessing the Wizards through the Control Center
Choose the Range of Addresses Available via your DHCP Server
Enter the Addresses for the Name Servers
specify the name to associate to a static IP address
Enter your mail domain name
Enter the name of the SMTP server
Share files and printers?
Choose the work group for your shares
What name for your Samba server?
Where should your web server be visible from?
Where should your FTP server be visible from?
Which server do you want to fetch newsgroups from?
How often do you want to check for news?
Choose the Proxy Port
Choose the Cache Sizes
Select Access Control Policy
Restrict access to a particular subnetwork
Use an upper level proxy?
What method do you want for time synchronization?
Choose your time servers
Reconfiguring The Local Network With drakconnect
Setting up The Gateway With drakconnect
Setting up The Gateway With Windows XP
The Network Icon Under Windows 95
The Network Configuration Panel Under Windows 95
The TCP/IP Configuration Panel Under Windows 95
The Gateway Configuration Panel Under Windows 95
Accessing The TCP/IP Control Panel
Automatic Configuration of Internet Access For MacOS
Manual Configuration of Internet Access For MacOS
Webmin’s Main Apache Module Screen
Apache’ Default Server Configuration Screen
Document Options Section
Alias And Redirection Section
SSL Options Section
The Configuration Screen of Apache Processes
Directory Limitations Using .htaccess
Postfix Module’s Start-Up Screen
Postfix’s Main Configuration Screen
xinetd Module’s Start-Up Screen
POP3 Configuration Module
The Samba Module’s Main Window
Configuring The Common Networking Options
Setting The Authentication Method
Configuring Your Sharing Entries
WU-FTP’s Main Configuration Page
Wu-FTP Banner And Messages
Anonymous FTP Configuration Page
Starting The NFS Configuration
Creating NFS Export
Creating NFS Mount Points
Configuring NFS Mount Point
Creating a MySQL User
Creating a MySQL Database
Creating a MySQL Table
Modifying a MySQL Table
Managing Your Data
NIS Server
NIS Client
Files And Directories
Creating a Forward Master Zone
Creating a Reverse Master Zone
Adding Machine Names
Starting Bind
Apply Changes to Bind
Configuring The Client
The BIND 9 Administrator Reference Manual Through Webmin
A Dynamic Routing Example
The NULL-Modem Cabling
10base2 Ethernet Cabling







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