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Certain portions of this text first appeared in the [citetitle]_Red{nbsp}Hat Enterprise{nbsp}Linux{nbsp}7 System Administrator's Guide_, copyright © 2014–{YEAR} Red{nbsp}Hat, Inc., available at link:[].
Configuring [application]*Apache HTTP Server*, [application]*Postfix*, [application]*Sendmail* and other enterprise-class servers and software
How to Read this Book
Installing and managing packages using [application]*DNF*
Some of the graphical procedures and menu locations are specific to GNOME, but most command line instructions will be universally applicable.
Target Audience
The authors of this book would like to thank the following people for their valuable contributions: Adam Tkáč, Andrew Fitzsimon, Andrius Benokraitis, Brian Cleary Edward Bailey, Garrett LeSage, Jeffrey Fearn, Joe Orton, Joshua Wulf, Karsten Wade, Lucy Ringland, Marcela Mašláňová, Mark Johnson, Michael Behm, Miroslav Lichvár, Radek Vokál, Rahul Kavalapara, Rahul Sundaram, Sandra Moore, Zbyšek Mráz, Jan Včelák, Peter Hutterer, T.C. Hollingsworth, and James Antill, among many others.
The [citetitle]_System Administrator's Guide_ assumes you have a basic understanding of the {MAJOROS} operating system. If you need help with the installation of this system, refer to the link:[{MAJOROS} Installation Guide].
The [citetitle]_System Administrator's Guide_ contains information on how to customize the {MAJOROSVER} system to fit your needs. If you are looking for a comprehensive, task-oriented guide for configuring and customizing your system, this is the manual for you.
This appendix concentrates on the RPM Package Manager (RPM), an open packaging system used by {MAJOROS}, and the use of the [command]#rpm# utility. Read this appendix if you need to use [command]#rpm# instead of [command]#dnf#.
This appendix looks at Wayland, a new display server used in GNOME for {MAJOROS} and how to troubleshoot issues with the Wayland display server.
This manual discusses many intermediate topics such as the following:
This manual is divided into the following main categories:
This part covers basic system administration tasks such as keyboard configuration, date and time configuration, managing users and groups, and gaining privileges.
This part covers various tools that assist administrators with kernel customization.
This part describes how to manage software packages on {MAJOROS} using [application]*DNF*.
This part describes various tools that allow system administrators to monitor system performance, automate system tasks, and report bugs.
This part discusses various topics related to servers such as how to set up a Web server or share files and directories over the network.