Admin Workshop: User Management Managing Linux User AccountsJun 30, 2005
The steps for setting up new accounts in Linux are automated and often use GUI-based tools. Under the hood, a number of mechanisms give the new user an environment to match his or her needs. In this month’s Admin Workshop we discuss techniques for setting up accounts.more »
Charly's Column The Sysadmin’s Daily Grind: Mail and QueuegraphMay 31, 2005
Worms, mail bombs, and users who send multiple megabyte Powerpoint files across the wire give Postfix administrators plenty of reasons to view their charges with a critical eye from time to time.more »
Admin Workshop Identd Insider Tips: Identd with Linux-based ServersMar 31, 2005
In last month’s issue of Admin Workshop, we introduced tools that help admins get services up and running. This month, we will show how you can use the Ident protocol to associate a user name with a TCP connection.more »
Knoda: Forms & Reports Managing databases on KDEMar 31, 2005
Knoda is a user-friendly KDE program that makes database management an intuitive experience. In Part 2 of our workshop, we investigate how to create forms and print reports with Knoda.more »
Admin Workshop: inetd & xinetd Insider Tips: Server Management with inetd and xinetdFeb 28, 2005
If you have many daemons running on your server, it can be quite difficult to keep track of them all. inetd and xinetd manage these services centrally and also take care of exchanges with your clients, allowing programs without network code to operate as Internet servers.more »
PHP for Sysadmins Using PHP in administration scriptsDec 31, 2004
Most admins tend to use the shell, Perl,or Python if they need a system administration script. But there is no need for web programmers to learn another language just to script a routine task. PHP gives admins the power to program command-line tools and even complete web interfaces.more »
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