Preface

The Oracle Linux Administrator's Guide provides introductory information about administering various features of Oracle Linux systems, including system configuration, networking, network services, storage devices, file systems, authentication, and security.

Audience

This document is intended for administrators who need to configure and administer Oracle Linux. It is assumed that readers are familiar with web technologies and have a general understanding of using the Linux operating system, including knowledge of how to use a text editor such as emacs or vim, essential commands such as cd, chmod, chown, ls, mkdir, mv, ps, pwd, and rm, and using the man command to view manual pages.

Document Organization

The document is organized as follows:

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Related Documents

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http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/linux/documentation/index.html.

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