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For systems and network administrators and technical support engineers responsible for maintaining Linux computer systems and networks. A first aid guide for Linux system and network administrators, this book provides quick solutions to a variety of Linux system problems. It discusses in detail Linux system panics, crashes and hangs, their causes, what to do when they occur, how to collect information about them, how to analyze that information, and how to get the problem resolved.
While you may not find immediate use to the contents presented in this book, the general knowledge and problem solving methods and tools you find here should serve you universally. Come the day, come the opportunity, you will find this book of value.
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