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  • Android 4 App Development Essentials - Techotopia
    and TransitionSets in XML Working with Interpolators Creating a Custom Interpolator Using the beginDelayedTransition Method An Android Transition Tutorial using beginDelayedTransition Creating the TransitionDemo Project Preparing the Project Files Implementing beginDelayedTransition Animation Customizing the Transition Implementing Android Scene Transitions A Tutorial An Overview of the Scene Transition Project Creating the SceneTransitions Project Identifying and Preparing the Root Container Designing the First Scene Designing the Second Scene Entering the First Scene Loading Scene 2 Implementing the Transitions Adding the Transition File Loading and Using the Transition Set Configuring Additional Transitions An Overview of Android Intents An Overview of Intents Explicit Intents Returning Data from an Activity Implicit Intents Using Intent Filters Checking Intent Availability Android Explicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Explicit Intent Example Application Designing the User Interface Layout for ActivityA Creating the Second Activity Class Creating the User Interface for ActivityB Adding ActivityB to the Application Manifest File Creating the Intent Extracting Intent Data Launching ActivityB as a Sub Activity Returning Data from a Sub Activity Testing the Application Android Implicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Implicit Intent Example Project Designing the User Interface Creating the Implicit Intent Adding a Second Matching Activity Adding the Web View to the UI Obtaining the Intent URL Modifying the MyWebView Project Manifest File Installing the MyWebView Package on a Device Testing the Application Android Broadcast Intents and Broadcast Receivers An Overview of Broadcast Intents An Overview of Broadcast Receivers Obtaining Results from a Broadcast Sticky Broadcast Intents The Broadcast Intent Example Creating the Example Application Creating and Sending the Broadcast Intent Creating the Broadcast Receiver Configuring a Broadcast Receiver in the Manifest File Testing the Broadcast Example Listening for System Broadcasts A Basic Overview of Android Threads and Thread handlers An Overview of Threads The Application Main Thread Thread Handlers A Basic Threading Example Creating a New Thread Implementing a Thread Handler Passing a Message to the Handler An Overview of Android Started and Bound Services Started Services Intent Service Bound Service The Anatomy of a Service Controlling Destroyed Service Restart Options Declaring a Service in the Manifest File Starting a Service Running on System Startup Implementing an Android Started Service A Worked Example Creating the Example Project Creating the Service Class Adding the Service to the Manifest File Starting the Service Testing the IntentService Example Using the Service Class Creating the New Service Modifying the User Interface Running the Application Creating a New Thread for Service Tasks Android Local Bound Services A Worked Example Understanding Bound Services Bound Service Interaction Options A Local Bound Service Example Adding a Bound Service to the Project Implementing the Binder Binding the Client to the Service Completing the Example Testing the Application Android Remote Bound Services A Worked Example Client to Remote Service Communication Creating the Example Application Designing the User Interface Implementing the Remote Bound Service Configuring a Remote Service in the Manifest File Launching and Binding to the Remote Service Sending a Message to the Remote Service An Overview of Android

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  • Kindle Fire Development Essentials - Techotopia
    Using Intent Filters Checking Intent Availability Android Explicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Explicit Intent Example Application Designing the User Interface Layout for ActivityA Creating the Second Activity Class Creating the User Interface for ActivityB Adding ActivityB to the Application Manifest File Creating the Intent Extracting Intent Data Launching ActivityB as a Sub Activity Returning Data from a Sub Activity Testing the Application Android Implicit Intents A Worked Example Creating the Implicit Intent Example Project Designing the User Interface Creating the Implicit Intent Adding a Second Matching Activity Adding the Web View to the UI Obtaining the Intent URL Modifying the MyWebView Project Manifest File Installing the MyWebView Package on a Device Testing the Application Android Broadcast Intents and Broadcast Receivers An Overview of Broadcast Intents An Overview of Broadcast Receivers Obtaining Results from a Broadcast Sticky Broadcast Intents The Broadcast Intent Example Creating the Example Application Creating and Sending the Broadcast Intent Creating the Broadcast Receiver Configuring a Broadcast Receiver in the Manifest File Testing the Broadcast Example Listening for System Broadcasts A Basic Overview of Android Threads and Thread handlers An Overview of Threads The Application Main Thread Thread Handlers A Basic Threading Example Creating a New Thread Implementing a Thread Handler Passing a Message to the Handler An Overview of Android Started and Bound Services Started Services Intent Service Bound Service The Anatomy of a Service Controlling Destroyed Service Restart Options Declaring a Service in the Manifest File Starting a Service Running on System Startup Implementing an Android Started Service A Worked Example Creating the Example Project Creating the Service Class Adding the Service to the Manifest File Starting the Service Testing the IntentService Example Using the Service Class Creating the New Service Modifying the User Interface Running the Application Creating a New Thread for Service Tasks Android Local Bound Services A Worked Example Understanding Bound Services Bound Service Interaction Options A Local Bound Service Example Adding a Bound Service to the Project Implementing the Binder Binding the Client to the Service Completing the Example Testing the Application Android Remote Bound Services A Worked Example Client to Remote Service Communication Creating the Example Application Designing the User Interface Implementing the Remote Bound Service Configuring a Remote Service in the Manifest File Launching and Binding to the Remote Service Sending a Message to the Remote Service An Overview of Android SQLite Databases Understanding Database Tables Introducing Database Schema Columns and Data Types Database Rows Introducing Primary Keys What is SQLite Structured Query Language SQL Trying SQLite on an Android Virtual Device AVD Android SQLite Java Classes Cursor SQLiteDatabase SQLiteOpenHelper ContentValues An Android TableLayout and TableRow Tutorial The TableLayout and TableRow Layout Views Creating the Database Project Designing the User Interface Layout An Android SQLite Database Tutorial About the Database Example Creating the Data Model Implementing the Data Handler The Add Handler Method The Query Handler Method The Delete Handler Method Implementing the Activity Event Methods Testing the Application Understanding Android Content Providers What is a Content Provider

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  • Windows Server 2008 Essentials - Techotopia
    New Spanned Volume from the Command Prompt Creating and Managing Windows Server 2008 Striped RAID 0 Volumes An Overview of Striped RAID 0 Volumes Creating a Striped RAID 0 Volume using Disk Management Creating a Striped RAID 0 Volume from the Command Prompt Recovering a Striped Volume Creating and Managing Windows Server 2008 Mirrored RAID 1 Volumes An Overview of Disk Mirroring RAID 1 Creating a Mirrored RAID 1 Set using Disk Management Creating a Mirrored RAID 1 Volume from the Command Prompt Adding a Mirror to an Existing Volume Breaking and Removing Mirrored Sets Recovering a Mirrored Set Mirroring Windows Server 2008 GBT and MBR Boot and System Disks An Overview of GPT and MBR Partition Styles Mirroring Boot and System Volumes on an MBR Disk using Disk Management Mirroring Boot and System Volumes on an MBR Disk from the Command Prompt Mirroring Boot and System Volumes on a GPT Disk Configuring and Managing RAID 5 on Windows Server 2008 An Overview of RAID 5 Configuring RAID 5 Using Windows Server 2008 Disk Management Configuring RAID 5 from the Command Prompt using DiskPart Fixing RAID 5 Problems Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Installing Terminal Services Adding Users to the Remote Desktop Users Group Accessing Terminal Services from the Client Remote Desktop Client Configuration Options Logging out from a Remote Desktop Session Running Multiple Remote Desktops Installing Applications for Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Understanding Terminal Services Operating Modes Installing Terminal Server Applications using Control Panel Terminal Server Application Compatibility Scripts Configuring RemoteApps on Windows Server 2008 Preparing the Server for RemoteApps What are RemoteApps Configuring a Application as a RemoteApp Making RemoteApps Available to Users via TS Web Access Making RemoteApps Available to Users via Windows Installer Packages Making RemoteApps Available to Users via RDP Files Configuring Windows Server 2008 TS Web Access Installing TS Web Access Role Service Accessing the TS Web Access Page Configuring RemoteApps for TS Web Access Deploying a Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server Farm using TS Session Broker An Overview of the Terminal Services Session Broker Prerequisites for Implementing TS Session Broker Installing the Terminal Services Session Broker Adding Terminal Servers to the TS Session Broker Joining Terminal Servers to a TS Session Broker Configuring a Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services License Server Installing the Terminal Services License Server Activating the TS License Server Installing Client Access Licenses CAL Managing Windows Server 2008 Disk Quotas An Overview of Disk Quotas Configuring Disk Quotas Configuring Disk Quotas for Individual Users Querying Quotas from the Command Prompt Repairing and Defragmenting Windows Server 2008 Disks Using Check Disk to Scan For and Fix File System Errors Running Check Disk from the Command prompt Defragmenting Disks with Disk Defragmenter Automated Disk Defragmentation Defragmenting Disks from the Command line Configuring Windows Server 2008 File Sharing Standard and Public File Sharing Enabling Windows Server 2008 File Sharing Creating Shared Folders with Windows Explorer Creating Shared Folders on Remote Servers with Computer Management Creating Hidden Shares Understanding and Configuring Share Permissions

    Original URL path: http://www.techotopia.com/index.php/Windows_Server_2008_Essentials (2016-02-13)
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  • Windows PowerShell 1.0 Essentials - Techotopia
    Creating a Windows PowerShell Array Creating Windows PowerShell Multidimensional Arrays Obtaining the Length of an Array Accessing Elements in a Windows PowerShell Array Accessing Elements in a Windows PowerShell Multidimensional Array Adding new Elements to a Windows PowerShell Array Combining Windows PowerShell Arrays Windows PowerShell 1 0 Hashtables Creating PowerShell Hashtables Accessing Hashtable Elements Modifying Windows PowerShell Hashtable Elements Adding Elements to a Windows PowerShell Hashtable Removing Elements from a Windows PowerShell Hashtable Clearing All Elements from a Windows PowerShell Hashtable Combining Hashtables Listing Hashtable Count Keys and Values Basic Windows PowerShell 1 0 Operators What is an Expression Windows PowerShell Basic Assignment Operator Windows PowerShell Compound Assignment Operators Windows PowerShell Arithmetic Operators PowerShell Increment and Decrement Operators Windows PowerShell Operator Windows PowerShell Bitwise and Logical Operators Windows PowerShell 1 0 Comparison and Containment Operators Windows PowerShell Comparison Operators Windows PowerShell Containment Operators Performing Windows PowerShell Comparisons Using Comparison Operators with Arrays and Collections Using PowerShell Containment Operators Windows PowerShell 1 0 Pipes and Redirection PowerShell Pipes Windows PowerShell Redirection Operators Windows PowerShell Redirection Redirecting Error Output Windows PowerShell 1 0 Flow Control with if else and elseif Using the if Statement Using if else Statements Using if elseif Statements Summary Windows PowerShell 1 0 Looping with the for and foreach Statements The PowerShell for Loop Creating an Infinite for Loop Breaking Out of a for Loop Nested for Loops Breaking From Nested Loops with Labels Continuing for Loops Windows PowerShell foreach Loops Windows PowerShell 1 0 Looping with do and while Statements The Windows PowerShell while Loop Windows PowerShell do while loops Breaking from while Loops The continue Statement The Windows PowerShell 1 0 switch Statement Why Use a switch Statement Windows PowerShell switch Statement Syntax A switch Statement Example Explaining the Example Using break in a Windows PowerShell switch Statement The switch Variable Using Expressions in a Windows PowerShell switch Statement Wildcards Regular Expressions and Case Sensitivity in switch Statements Using switch Statements to Iterate Through Ranges and Collections Using the continue Statement Windows PowerShell 1 0 Functions Creating and Calling a Simple Windows PowerShell Function Passing Parameters to a Function Specifying Named Parameters Function Parameter Initialization Specifying Function Parameter Types Using Functions in a Pipeline Returning from Functions Windows PowerShell Function Administration Working with File Systems in Windows PowerShell 1 0 Getting Disk Drive Information Creating New Windows PowerShell Drives Getting Information About Network Drives in PowerShell Windows PowerShell File System Directory Listings Copying Remaining and Deleting Files and Directories Windows PowerShell 1 0 File Handling Getting File Properties Changing File Properties with Set ItemProperty Reading Text Files in Windows PowerShell Reading Binary Files in Windows PowerShell Writing to Files in Windows PowerShell Searching for Strings in Files with Windows PowerShell An Overview of Windows PowerShell 1 0 and NET The Basics of NET Exploring NET Assemblies in Windows PowerShell Loading NET Assemblies into Windows PowerShell NET Static Members and Properties Instance Members and Properties Listing the Methods and Properties of a NET Class Creating GUIs in

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  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Essentials - Techotopia
    RHEL 6 Runlevels and Services Understanding RHEL 6 Runlevels Understanding RHEL 6 Services RHEL Runlevels Descriptions Configuring the Default RHEL 6 Runlevel Changing the Current Runlevel from within a Running RHEL 6 System Identifying Services that Start at Each Runlevel Changing the Services for a Runlevel Managing RHEL 6 Users and Groups Adding a New User to an RHEL 6 System Editing the Properties of a User Deleting a User from an RHEL System Adding a New Group to an RHEL 6 System Modifying an RHEL 6 Group Deleting a Group from an RHEL System Basic RHEL 6 Firewall Configuration Configuring a Basic RHEL 6 Firewall Configuring Firewall Settings using the Wizard Configuring Firewall Port Settings Configuring Other Ports Configuring Trusted Interfaces Masquerading Port Forwarding ICMP Filtering Custom Rules Configuring the Firewall from a Terminal using iptables Configuring RHEL 6 Printers Installing a Directly Connected Printer Manually Installing a New Locally Connected Printer and Printer Driver Adding a Network Printer Configuring a Printer Connected to a Windows System Configuring a Printer Connected to a Remote System Remote Access to the RHEL 6 Desktop Installing Remote Desktop Support Activating Remote Desktop Access Secure and Insecure Remote Desktop Access Firewall Configuration Accessing a Remote RHEL Desktop using vncviewer Accessing a Remote RHEL Desktop from a Windows System Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session from a Windows System Creating Additional Desktops Shutting Down a Desktop Session Configuring RHEL 6 Remote Access using SSH Installing SSH on an RHEL 6 System Configuring the RHEL Firewall to Allow SSH Connections Using SSH on RHEL Copying files using SSH Disabling the SSH Server Displaying RHEL 6 Applications Remotely X11 Forwarding Requirements for Remotely Displaying RHEL 6 Applications Remotely Displaying an RHEL 6 Application Trusted X11 Forwarding Compressed X11 Forwarding Using NFS to Share RHEL 6 Folders with Remote Linux and UNIX Systems Ensuring NFS Services are running on RHEL 6 Configuring the RHEL 6 Firewall to Allow NFS Traffic Specifying the Folders to be Shared Accessing Shared RHEL 6 Folders Mounting an NFS Filesystem on RHEL System Startup Unmounting an NFS Mount Point Sharing Files between RHEL 6 and Windows Systems with Samba Samba and Samba Client Installing Samba on an RHEL 6 System Configuring the RHEL Firewall to Enable Samba Configuring the smb conf File Configuring the global Section Configuring a Shared Resource Creating a Samba User Testing the smb conf File Starting the Samba and NetBIOS Name Services on RHEL 6 Accessing Samba Shares Accessing Windows Shares from RHEL 6 Configuring an RHEL 6 Based Web Server Requirements for Configuring an RHEL 6 Web Server Installing the Apache Web Server on RHEL 6 Starting the Apache Web Server Testing the Web Server Configuring the Apache Web Server for Your Domain Web Server and Firewall Issues Configuring an RHEL 6 Postfix Email Server The structure of the Email System Mail User Agent Mail Transfer Agent Mail Delivery Agent SMTP Configuring an RHEL Email System Postfix Pre Installation Steps Installing

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  • CentOS 6 Essentials - Techotopia
    and Groups Adding a New User to a CentOS 6 System Editing the Properties of a User Deleting a User from a CentOS 6 System Adding a New Group to a CentOS 6 System Modifying a CentOS 6 Group Deleting a Group from a CentOS 6 System Basic CentOS 6 Firewall Configuration Configuring a Basic CentOS 6 Firewall Configuring Firewall Settings using the Wizard Configuring Firewall Port Settings Configuring Other Ports Configuring Trusted Interfaces Masquerading Port Forwarding ICMP Filtering Custom Rules Configuring the Firewall from a Terminal using iptables Configuring CentOS 6 Printers Installing the Printer Management Tool Installing a Directly Connected Printer Manually Installing a New Locally Connected Printer and Printer Driver Adding a Network Printer Configuring a Printer Connected to a Windows System Configuring a Printer Connected to a Remote System Remote Access to the CentOS 6 Desktop Installing Remote Desktop Support Activating Remote Desktop Access Secure and Insecure Remote Desktop Access Firewall Configuration Accessing a Remote CentOS 6 Desktop using vncviewer Accessing a Remote CentOS Desktop from a Windows System Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session from a Windows System Creating Additional Desktops Shutting Down a Desktop Session Configuring CentOS 6 Remote Access using SSH Installing SSH on a CentOS 6 System Configuring the CentOS 6 Firewall to Allow SSH Connections Using SSH on CentOS 6 Copying files using SSH Disabling the SSH Server Displaying CentOS 6 Applications Remotely X11 Forwarding Requirements for Remotely Displaying CentOS 6 Applications Remotely Displaying a CentOS 6 Application Trusted X11 Forwarding Compressed X11 Forwarding Using NFS to Share CentOS 6 Folders with Remote Linux and UNIX Systems Ensuring NFS Services are running on CentOS 6 Configuring the CentOS 6 Firewall to Allow NFS Traffic Specifying the Folders to be Shared Accessing Shared CentOS 6 Folders Mounting an NFS Filesystem on System Startup Unmounting an NFS Mount Point Sharing Files between CentOS 6 and Windows Systems with Samba Samba and Samba Client Installing Samba on a CentOS 6 System Configuring the CentOS 6 Firewall to Enable Samba Configuring the smb conf File Configuring the global Section Configuring a Shared Resource Creating a Samba User Testing the smb conf File Starting the Samba and NetBIOS Name Services on CentOS 6 Accessing Samba Shares Accessing Windows Shares from CentOS 6 Configuring a CentOS 6 Based Web Server Requirements for Configuring a CentOS 6 Web Server Installing the Apache Web Server on CentOS 6 Starting the Apache Web Server Testing the Web Server Configuring the Apache Web Server for Your Domain Web Server and Firewall Issues Configuring a CentOS 6 Postfix Email Server The structure of the Email System Mail User Agent Mail Transfer Agent Mail Delivery Agent SMTP Configuring a CentOS 6 Email System Postfix Pre Installation Steps Installing Postfix on CentOS 6 Configuring Postfix Starting Postfix on a CentOS 6 System Installing KVM Virtualization on CentOS 6 Full Virtualization Para Virtualization and Emulation KVM Hardware Requirements 32 bit Support for KVM on CentOS 6 Preparing CentOS 6

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  • CentOS Essentials - Techotopia
    Firewall Enabling and Disabling the Firewall Configuring Firewall Port Settings Configuring Other Ports Firewall Configuration from a Terminal using lokkit Trusted Interfaces Masquerading Remote Access to the CentOS Desktop Installing Remote Desktop Support Activating Remote Desktop Access Secure and Insecure Remote Desktop Access Firewall Configuration Accessing a Remote CentOS Desktop using vncviewer Accessing a Remote CentOS Desktop from a Windows System Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session from a Windows System Creating Additional Desktops Shutting Down a Desktop Session Configuring the Remote Desktop Environment Configuring CentOS Remote Access using SSH Installing SSH on an CentOS System Configuring the CentOS Firewall to Allow SSH Connections Using SSH on CentOS Copying files using SSH Disabling the SSH Server Displaying CentOS Applications Remotely X11 Forwarding Requirements for Remotely Displaying Applications Remotely Displaying a CentOS Application Trusted X11 Forwarding Compressed X11 Forwarding Using NFS to Share CentOS Folders with Remote Linux and UNIX Systems Ensuring NFS Services are Running on CentOS Configuring the CentOS Firewall to Allow NFS Traffic Specifying the Folders to be Shared Accessing Shared CentOS Folders Mounting an NFS Filesystem on System Startup Unmounting an NFS Mount Point Sharing CentOS Files with Remote Windows Systems Samba and Samba Client Installing Samba on a CentOS System Starting the Samba Service on CentOS Configuring the CentOS Firewall to Enable Samba Configuring Samba Users and Resource Sharing Accessing Windows Shares from CentOS Configuring a CentOS Based Web Server Requirements for Configuring a Web Server Installing the Apache Web Server on CentOS Starting the Apache Web Server Testing the Web Server Configuring the Apache Web Server for Your Domain Web Server and Firewall Issues Configuring a CentOS Postfix Email Server The structure of the Email System Mail User Agent Mail Transfer Agent Mail Delivery Agent SMTP Configuring a CentOS Email System Postfix Pre Installation Steps Installing Postfix on CentOS Configuring Postfix Starting Postfix on a CentOS System Configuring a CentOS Mail Client Evolution An Overview Configuring Evolution to Receive Mail from a Local Postfix Server Configuring Evolution to Receive Mail from a Remote POP Server Configuring Evolution to Send Mail Sending and Receiving GMail Email via POP on a CentOS System Configuring a GMail Account for POP Access Configuring Evolution to Receive GMail Messages Configuring Evolution to Send GMail Messages Installing and Configuring CentOS Xen Virtualization Full Virtualization vs Para Virtualization Checking Xen Hardware Compatibility Preparing CentOS for Xen Virtualization Building a CentOS Xen Guest System Using Xen Full Virtualization to Run Windows on CentOS Hardware Requirements for Xen based Full Virtualization on CentOS Preparing the Installation Image Creating the New Virtual Machine Configuring Xen Virtualization Method Selecting Installation Media Configuring Storage Configuring Network Access CPU and Memory Allocation Creating and Starting the New Xen Virtual Machine Managing and Monitoring CentOS based Xen Guest Systems Starting and Stopping Xen Guest Systems Pausing a Xen Guest Operating System Changing Xen Guest Operating System Settings Monitoring Virtual Machine Performance Configuring a New CentOS Xen Virtual Network CentOS Xen Guest Networking Options

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  • RHEL 5 Essentials - Techotopia
    Runlevel Changing the Services for a Runlevel Basic RHEL 5 Firewall Configuration Configuring a Basic RHEL 5 Firewall Enabling and Disabling the Firewall Configuring Firewall Port Settings Configuring Other Ports Firewall Configuration from a Terminal using lokkit Masquerading Remote Access to the RHEL 5 Desktop Installing Remote Desktop Support Activating Remote Desktop Access Secure and Insecure Remote Desktop Access Firewall Configuration Accessing a Remote RHEL Desktop using vncviewer Accessing a Remote RHEL Desktop from a Windows System Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session Establishing a Secure Remote Desktop Session from a Windows System Creating Additional Desktops Shutting Down a Desktop Session Configuring the Remote Desktop Environment Configuring RHEL 5 Remote Access using SSH Installing SSH on an RHEL System Configuring the RHEL Firewall to Allow SSH Connections Using SSH on RHEL Copying files using SSH Disabling the SSH Server Displaying RHEL 5 Applications Remotely X11 Forwarding Requirements for Remotely Displaying RHEL Applications Remotely Displaying an RHEL Application Trusted X11 Forwarding Compressed X11 Forwarding Using NFS to Share RHEL 5 Folders with Remote Linux and UNIX Systems Ensuring NFS Services are Running on RHEL 5 Configuring the RHEL Firewall to Allow NFS Traffic Specifying the Folders to be Shared Accessing Shared RHEL Folders Mounting an NFS Filesystem on RHEL System Startup Unmounting an NFS Mount Point Sharing Files Between RHEL 5 and Windows Systems with Samba Samba and Samba Client Installing Samba on an RHEL System Starting the Samba Service on RHEL Configuring the RHEL Firewall to Enable Samba Configuring Samba Users and Resource Sharing Accessing Windows Shares from RHEL Configuring an RHEL 5 Based Web Server Requirements for Configuring an RHEL 5 Web Server Installing the Apache Web Server on RHEL Starting the Apache Web Server Testing the Web Server Configuring the Apache Web Server for Your Domain Web Server and Firewall Issues Configuring an RHEL 5 Postfix Email Server The structure of the Email System Mail User Agent Mail Transfer Agent Mail Delivery Agent SMTP Configuring an RHEL Email System Postfix Pre Installation Steps Installing Postfix on RHEL Configuring Postfix Starting Postfix on an RHEL System Installing and Configuring RHEL 5 Xen Virtualization Full Virtualization vs Para Virtualization Checking Xen Hardware Compatibility Adding the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Virtualization Channel to the System Preparing RHEL for Xen Virtualization Building an RHEL Xen Guest System Using Xen Full Virtualization to Run Windows on RHEL 5 Hardware Requirements for Xen based Full Virtualization on RHEL Preparing the Guest OS Installation Media Creating the New Virtual Machine Configuring Xen Virtualization Method Selecting Installation Media Configuring Storage Configuring Network Access Creating and Starting the New Xen Virtual Machine Managing and Monitoring RHEL 5 based Xen Guest Systems Starting and Stopping RHEL Xen Guest Systems Pausing an RHEL 5 Xen Guest Operating System Changing Xen Guest Operating System Settings Monitoring Virtual Machine and Host Performance Configuring a New RHEL 5 Xen Virtual Network RHEL Xen Guest Networking Options Identifying the Settings of an Existing RHEL Xen Virtual Network Creating a New Xen Virtual

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