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UnixCBT feat. Solaris 10 Editon是一套及其完整的针对企业级类Unix操作系统Solaris 10的经典视频教程。

该视频教程全程65小时,160个视频,让你全程和专家一起Step by Step地学习和提高Solaris管理水平。

推荐指数:★★★★★

由表及里、由浅入深,虽是英文视频教程,可每一步操作分明,让你不会感觉到语言的障碍。详细讲解了:Solaris的基础安装,text concole及界面化的安装,桌面等相关软件的安装,深入讲解Solaris 10的网络配置、各种服务器的配置、系统安全实施等等Unix的全面管理技术。无论您是初次接触Solaris还是Solaris管理高手,都能从中学习及提高很多。

本视频在刚收集到的时候是.rar的一个大文件,且其中压缩的是类似.part001.rar的269个分卷压缩包,使用起来甚是麻烦。为方便大家使用,我已将其制作成ISO文件,大小4.06G

您在使用下载工具下载后,可以选择将其解压直接播放,也可以刻录成光盘收藏,当然也可以使用虚拟光驱软件加载它。

UnixCBT.feat.Solaris.10

UnixCBT feat. Solaris® 10 Edition focuses on the enterprise-trusted, Solaris® 10 Operating System (OS).

The coursework focuses on traditional Unix features including: Bourne/BASH shells, user/group management, file permissions, disk management, Cron, Network Time Protocol (NTP), Network File System (NFS), SendMail, and File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

UnixCBT feat. Solaris® 10 Edition also covers Solaris® 10-specific features, including but not limited to: Custom installations, Service Management Facility (SMF) framework, Package & Patch management, Unix File System (UFS) management, Volume management (RAID-0/1/5), Solaris® Management Console (SMC), Solaris® Zones, and the Zettabyte File System (ZFS).

Additionally, UnixCBT feat. Solaris® 10 Edition covers the integration of key Open Source technologies, including, but not limited to: Grand Unified Boot Loader (GRUB), GNOME Desktop, Samba, Apache HTTPD, MySQL, PHP (SAMP), BIND (DNS), Secure Shell Version 2 (SSHv2), GNU Privacy Guard (GPG (PGP-compliant encryption tools), TCPDump, Snort® NIDS, and Nmap.


Installations

    * Local Media (CDROM) Text-based Installation on Dell PowerEdge Hardware
          o Discuss features of Solaris® 10
          o Explore system BIOS
          o Configure BIOS for local media booting
          o Boot local media and discuss default GRUB options for installation
          o Boot installation and discuss installation options
          o Discuss system requirements for text & GUI installations
          o Discuss single-user mode access
          o Boot text-based installation and explain hardware detection process & assignment
          o Configure network parameters
          o Configure time & locale parameters
          o Explore software companion DVD components
          o Select appropriate installation package group (Entire Distribution)
          o Customize file system slices - /, /export/home, SWAP
          o Complete installation of Entire Distribution
          o Reboot and confirm boot to the GUI screen

    * Pre-Execution (PXE) Nework-based Installation on Dell PowerEdge Hardware
          o Explain PXE installation requirements (TFTP, DHCP, etc.)
          o Prepare an alternate Solaris® server to become an Install Server - ./setup_install_server
          o Share Install Server source files using Network File System (NFS)
          o Configure SuSE® Linux DHCP Server to support the PXE client (Solaris® server) using a reservation
          o Configure Solaris® Install server to support the Solaris® client - ./add_install_client
          o Explore files created by ./add_install_client to support PXE
          o Explain PXE-boot process
          o Boot PowerEdge server and configure BIOS to boot using PXE
          o Reboot and install Solaris® 10 across the network without local media
          o Install using Solaris® Interactive option
          o Configure GUI (KVM) settings for graphical installation
          o Configure network parameters
          o Configure time & locale parameters
          o Confirm additional parameters and NFS path to source files
          o Customize file system slices - /, /export/home, /var, SWAP
          o Complete installation of Entire Distribution
          o Reboot and explore the Grand Unified Boot Loader (s) menu items
          o Discuss Service Management Facility (SMF) initial starup process
          o Confirm GUI Login

    * Console-based (Serial Cisco Firewall Rollover Cable) Installation
          o Discuss requirements of serial installation
          o Execute ./add_install_client to setup console installation option on appropriate com port
          o Boot PowerEdge server and confirm PXE boot
          o Select console boot option and confirm GRUB boot option
          o Connect to SuSE® Linux and use kermit to connect via com1 to the PowerEdge server
          o Continue PXE-Console(Serial) installation
          o Alter kermit console to resemble a mainframe terminal
          o Configure network parameters
          o Configure time & locale parameters
          o Customize file system slices - /, /export/home, /var, /usr, /opt, SWAP
          o Complete installation of Entire Distribution
          o Configure X.org GUI parameters using kdmconfig

    * Sysidcfg (phase 1) & JumpStart-based (phase 2) Installation - Unattended Installs
          o Explain the directives(network,locale,etc.) and application of the 'sysidcfg' file
          o Define the 'sysidcfg' file
          o Execute ./add_install_client to provide support for 'sysidcfg' file
          o Reboot using PXE and install using 'sysidcfg' file, confirming auto-population of directives - phase 1
          o Discuss rules regarding JumpStart installation method - phase 2
          o Introduction to the 'rules.ok' file
          o Discuss 'rules.ok' profile development for classes of users (marketing, development, etc.)
          o Define 'rules.ok' profile file with appropriate criteria, validae, and store in NFS-accessible location
          o Reboot server, and confirm 'sysidcfg' and 'rules.ok' files in GRUB entry
          o Continue JumpStart, unattended installation

    * Desktop Console-based Installation with PXE
          o Boot using 'sysidcfg' and 'rules.ok' files incorporated in JumpStart option
          o Configure X.org using kdmconfig
          o Complete unattended remainder of installation

    * Flash-based (Snapshot) Installation with PXE and JumpStart Integration
          o Discuss ideal environment for implementing flash installations
          o Identify the current runlevel and enter single-user mode to prepare flash archive
          o Use the 'flar' utility to take a snapshot of the system
          o Use Secure Copy (scp) to copy flash archive to NFS server
          o Reboot PowerEdge server and perform flash installation
          o Compete installation, reboot and confirm initial startup
          o Configure JumpStart and flash archive installation
          o Configure X.org GUI parameters using kdmconfig
          o Customize file system slices - /, SWAP
          o Complete installation
          o Confirm results - GUI Login

System Administration

    * Grand Unified Boot Loader (GRUB) Implementation
          o Describe the boot process (BIOS - GRUB - Solaris® Kernel - Sched - Init - SMF - Runlevel)
          o Discuss the default GRUB menu items
          o Explain how GRUB references bootable media
          o Boot into single-user mode by modifying GRUB
          o Explore the GRUB startup environment

    * System Initialization (INIT - PID 1)
          o Describe init's invocation
          o Peruse init's default configuration file /etc/inittab
          o Explain runlevels
          o Compare & contrast Solaris® & Linux runlevels
          o Explore /etc/init.d and /etc/rc* directories

    * Service Management Facility (SMF) Framework
          o Discuss the adavantages and features of SMF
          o Discuss the service configuration database
          o Explain support for legacy services
          o Discuss the role of service restarters - 'svc.startd' & 'inetadm'
          o Describe support for INETD-controlled daemons
          o Enumerate services configured on the system, including state information
          o Discuss & examine Fault Management Resource Identifiers (FMRIs)
          o Discuss service dependencies
          o Use 'svcadm' to manage (disable/enable) services
          o Break dependencies and evaluate the results
          o Use 'inetadm' to manage INETD-related services
          o Convert legacy INETD service to SMF-managed service

    * GNOME Desktop Environment

          o Explore GNOME Desktop
          o Identify key features
          o Explore the Control Panel interface
          o Browse the filie system using Nautilus explorer
          o Correlate GNOME Desktop items to files in the user's home directory
          o Customize GNOME Desktop
          o Create GNOME Desktop launchers (Shortcuts)
          o Save configuration

    * Shell-based User & Group Management
          o Enumerate key user & group management tools
          o Analyze the fields in /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow, /etc/group
          o Correlate /etc/passwd to /etc/shadow entries
          o Create and modify users and groups
          o Alter the default encryption algorithm used for passwords
          o Add users to groups and evaluate results

    * Solaris® Management Console (SMC) - Consolidated GUI System Management
          o Confirm that 'wbem' is running
          o Launch SMC and connect to local 'wbem' instance
          o Authenticate and explore the SMC GUI interface
          o Peruse key system metrics
          o Explore the log viewer interface
          o Manage users & groups using SMC
          o Define user templates and create users based on those templates
          o Examine scheduled jobs and correlate to crontab entries
          o Explore mounted file systems

    * Bourne Again Shell (BASH)/Bourne Shell Basics
          o Distinguish between privileged and non-privileged uses
          o Identify the default shell for a given user
          o Discuss features of BASH
          o Execute BASH
          o Discuss pseudo-terminals and how to identify connected terminals
          o Modify user's accounts to default to BASH using shell & SMC
          o Use 'su' to switch users
          o Explore key BASH commands
          o Focus on BASH input, output, and error redirection
          o Explore BASH command chaining
          o Use logical BASH operators (&&, ||) to control program logic
          o Discuss and alter BASH global and user-specific configuration files
          o Reveal key information using system info commands

    * Package Management
          o Discus options for managing packages
          o Discuss package nomenclature
          o Use 'installer' script in GUI & text modes to install packages
          o Install packages from the Software Companion DVD sources
          o Use 'prodreg' to display currently-installed software
          o Install packages using prodreg and evaluate results
          o Enumerate existing packages using 'pkginfo'
          o Echo package metadata using pkginfo
          o Use 'pkgchk' to enumerate package's contents
          o Use pkgchk to discover discrepancies in file locations and permissions - auditing
          o Determine package membership of files using pkgchk
          o Use 'pkgadd' to install packages
          o Add packages to the local pacakage repository for subsequent installs

    * Patch Management
          o Discuss options for managing patches
          o Register server with sun.com to obtain patches automatically
          o Resolve outstanding patches using Update Manager
          o Install selected patches and reboot if necessary
          o Confirm patch application
          o Analyze patch level using 'smpatch' from the BASH shell
          o Install specific patches using 'smpatch'

    * Unix File Permissions
          o Analyze permissions in 'ls -l' output
          o Discuss common Unix file types (files, directories, links, named-pipes, etc.)
          o Correlate symbolic permissions values to octal values
          o Use 'chmod' to alter file & directory permissions
          o Use 'chown & chgrp' to alter file & directory ownership
          o Apply SETUID & SETGID permissions to files & directories
          o Discuss the rules of symbolic & hard links
          o Create hard and soft links - symlinks
          o Discuss and examine inodes

    * Devices & Drivers Overview
          o Explore & correlate logical & physical device locations
          o Identify & discuss default driver locations

    * Disk, Slice & File System Management
          o Explain disk terminology (Tracks/Cylinders/Sectors/Partitions/Slices)
          o Examine existing disk layout, including slices using prtvtoc
          o Discuss x86 partition constraints - Volume Table of Contents (VTOC) & FDISK
          o Illustrate the disk-FDISK-slice hierarchy
          o Explain the disk nomenclature: c0t0d0s* (controller, target, disk, slice)
          o Identify logical and physical disk/slice locations
          o Use 'format' to enumerate connected controllers & disks
          o Manipulate slices using 'format'
          o Rectify disk geometry issues using fdisk option of 'format'
          o Manipulate FDISK partitions with fdisk option of 'format'
          o Discuss 'newfs' rules
          o Create Unix File Systems (UFSs)  using 'newfs'
          o Mount newly-created file systems at various locations
          o Confirm available storage
          o Updated /etc/vfstab, ensuring persistence
          o Recap file system provisioning process
          o Provision memory-based, Temporary File System (TEMPFS)
          o Provision and manage additional SWAP storage (files & file systems)

    * Volume Management - State Database Replicas, RAID-0/1/5, Volume Extenstion (growfs)
          o Introduction to volume management
          o Discuss Replicas, RAID Volumes, Hot Spare Pools, and Soft Partitions
          o Create required state database replicas on available slices, using SMC
          o Provision RAID-0 (Stripe) using SMC and available disks
          o Create UFS file system on RAID-0 volume, mount, and confirm results
          o Provision RAID-1 (Mirror) using SMC and available disks
          o Create UFS file system on RAID-1 volume, mount, and confirm results
          o Provision RAID-5 (Stripe with Parity) using SMC and available disks
          o Create UFS file system on RAID-5 volume, mount, and confirm results
          o Extend an in-use volume dynamically, using 'growfs'
          o Confirm extended volume results

    * Quota Implementation
          o Discuss the benefits of implementing quotas
          o Discuss soft & hard limits
          o Discuss inodes and blocks usage
          o Examine 'edquota'
          o Use 'quotacheck' to confirm quotas
          o Enable quotas on a per-file system basis & confirm results
          o Test soft & hard limits by generating I/O
          o Use 'repquota' to confirm current disk & slice usage

    * CRON - Process Scheduling - Automation
          o Discuss the benefits of automation & scheduling
          o Explore at, and Cron's directory layout
          o Explain Cron scheduling fields
          o Examine user's cron entries
          o Schedule per-user jobs and confirm execution

    * SYSLOG - Configuration
          o Discuss features & benefits
          o Identify key binaries and configuration files
          o Discuss Syslog rule components: selectors (facilities & levels) and actions
          o Peruse predefined selectors & actions
          o Explain options for facilities, levels and actions
          o Configure new selectors & actions for Cisco® PIX® firewall logging
          o Confirm logging results

    * Log Rotation - logadm
          o Discuss features & benefits
          o Identify key binaries and configuration files
          o Explore default log rotation schedule and items
          o Discuss available logadm criteria
          o Examine log rotation and effects on inodes

    * Zettabyte File System (ZFS) Implementation
          o Discuss the features (RAID-0/1/Z, Pools, etc.) and benefits of ZFS
          o Discuss ZFS prerequisites
          o Create ZFS pools using the Command Line Interface (CLI)
          o Set quotas on provisioned ZFS file systems atop the hierarchy and evaluate results
          o Manage ZFS storage pools from the CLI
          o Extend ZFS storage pools dynamically, while mounted
          o Manage ZFS storage pools using the web GUI

Network Administration

    * NETSTAT
          o Explain 'netstat' applications
          o Identify key output features including: address families & protocols
          o Use 'netstat' to return the current IP routing table
          o Correlate service names in output to /etc/services
          o Return protocol-specific entries
          o Return active sockets and attached processes
          o Reveal DHCP-configured plumbed interfaces

    * Network Configuration
          o Discuss network configuration modes
          o use 'dladm' to reveal the status of connected network interfaces - layer 1
          o Explain network interface nomenclature
          o Use 'ifconfig' to return layer 2(MAC) & 3(IP) information for network interfaces
          o Identify key network services using Service Management Facility (SMF)
          o Enumerate key network configuration files for the configuration modes
          o Transition from DHCP to static configuration, creating the requisite files
          o Reboot and confirm static configuration
          o Reveal DHCP-configured plumbed interfaces using 'ifconfig'
          o Plumb(Initiate) physical interfaces, commit configuration for persistence & test comms
          o Plumb(Initiate) logical interfaces associated with physical interfaces & test comms from Linux
          o Explore '/etc/nsswitch.conf' name service configuration file

    * Network Time Protocol (NTP) Client/Server Implementation
          o Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) to perform client/server time synchronization
          o Synchronize NTP with additional Stratum 2 NTP server
          o Synchronize against Stratum 1 NTP servers

    * Network File System (NFS) Implementation
          o Implement NFS Server
          o Export shares and discuss options
          o Mount NFS exports on remote Linux Hosts
          o Explore AutoFS configuration
          o Configure AutoFS mount points

    * Samba Implementation
          o Focus on key Samba (SMB/CIFS) clients
          o Integrate with Windows via Samba
          o Explore Samba Configuration files
          o Enable Samba Server support
          o Explore Samba Web-based Administration Tool (SWAT)
          o Configure Samba file sharing
          o Configure Samba with multiple NETBIOS aliases

    * WUFTPD File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services
          o Implement anonymous FTPD
          o Implement user-level FTPD access
          o Implement FTPD banners
          o Disable anonymous access
          o Configure WUFTPD to chroot jail users into their home directories
          o Configure virtual FTP hosts

    * Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
          o Explain DHCP Concepts & Applications
          o Explore DHCP confiuration files
          o Configure DHCP subnet with applicable options
          o Configure DHCP Reservation based on layer-2 address

    * Domain Name System (DNS)
          o Identify BIND packages & key files
          o Construct a standard 'named.conf' configuration file with root hints, forward, and reverse zones
          o Download latest root hints file as 'db.cache' using 'wget'
          o Construct appropriate zone files to match defined zones in '/etc/named.conf'
          o Configure BIND as a caching-only DNS server
          o Implement Master DNS Zone
          o Configure Master/Slave Zones with Linux Server
          o Evaluate results of BIND configuration using DIG & host

    * Sendmail Message Transfer Agent (MTA)
          o Introduction to Sendmail Implementation
          o Explore the directives in the Sendmail configuration files
          o Explre aliases
          o Test messaging using 'sendmail' binary
          o Identify relay-related configuration files
          o Configure Virtual Domains

    * Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) Implementation
          o Explain POP3 & IMAP applications
          o Download & Install IMAP server using 'wget' , 'gunzip' & 'pkgadd'
          o Configure IMAP server to be managed by INETADM (SMF)
          o Invoke & test mail retrieval

    * Apache Web Server Implementation
          o Identify the versions of Apache included with Solaris® 10 using SMF & pkg* tools
          o Discuss Apache server's features and concepts
          o Explore key binaries, configuration files, and documentation
          o Discuss key sections & directives in the Apache 'httpd.conf' file
          o Setup Apache 2 support
          o Implement Apache Mod Alias and ScriptAlias
          o Discuss and implement the File, Location & Directory directives
          o Explore Apache logging semantics
          o Configure IP-based Virtual Hosts
          o Configure Name-based Virtual Hosts
          o Implement Apache logging system per virtual host
          o Webalizer Log Analysis software Implementation
          o Generate web reports using Webalizer

    * Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) Implementation
          o Install TFTP server
          o Backup Cisco PIX firewall configuration using TFTP
          o Update Cisco PIX firewall configuration using TFTP

    * MySQL® Relational Database Management System
          o Install MySQL® Relational Database Management System
          o Explore key configuration files
          o Secure access to MySQL®
          o Discuss security framework
          o Discuss default table storage engine, MyISAM, file types
          o Explore MySQL® monitor shell-based interface

    * PHPMyAdmin - MySQL® Web-based Management Interface
          o Install PHPMyAdmin for web-based management of MySQL instances
          o Explain & Secure access to PHPMyAdmin
          o Explore PHPMyAdmin's interface

    * Postfix Message Transfer Agent (MTA)
          o Configure Postfix as default MTA
          o Introduction to Postfix Message Transfer Agent (MTA)
          o Explore the directives in the Postfix configuration files
          o Define default values for the FQDN
          o Alter myorigin and examine results
          o Configure Postfix to route messages using a Smarthost
          o Examine how Postfix delivers mail locally
          o Configure SMTP Relaying in Postfix
          o Use Mutt to demonstrate outbound mail handling using Postfix
          o Define SMTP Virtual domains for hosting multiple DNS domains
          o Configure Postfix with a production UnixCBT DNS domain
          o Examine Virtual domain routing with production and non-production DNS domains

Security Implementation Techniques

    * System Security Overview
          o Discuss key areas related to security in a vanilla Solaris® 10 installation
          o Peruse the 'sulog' log file to identify 'su' instances & explain fields
          o Test using 'su' and examine results in '/var/adm/sulog'
          o Record failed logins in the '/var/adm/loginlog' file
          o Test login failures and examine results in 'loginlog'
          o Peruse the directives in '/etc/default/login'
          o Adjust 'login' file directive to capture failed login attempts
          o Test failed logins using SSH - Compare SSH threshold to system threshold
          o Explore system-wide account-policy information using 'logins' command
          o Identify the default password encryption algorithm
          o Upgrade default password encryption algorithm to MD5 and Blowfish
          o Test user-account modifcation of passwords and evaluate encryption strings

    * Secure Shell Version 2 (SSHv2)
          o Discuss the features and benefits of SSHv2
          o Identify SSHv2 SMF FMRI
          o Identify global and per-user configuration files
          o Explain SSHv2 config file precedence order
          o Identify key directives in global and per-user configuration files
          o Discuss '~/.ssh/known_hosts' file
          o Execute 'ssh' in debug mode and evaluate output, including psuedo-terminal (pty) assignment
          o Execute remote commands and return output to local system using 'ssh'
          o Use Secure Copy (SCP) to copy files securely and non-interactively between systems
          o Use Secure File Transfer Program (SFTP) to copy files securely interactively between systems
          o Generate SSHv2 DSA & RSA usage keys for PKI login
          o Configure SSHv2 to support PKI (password-less) logins
          o Test password-less login to remote systems
          o Execute 'ssh' in debug mode and evaluate output, including PKI, password-less login
          o Implement '~/.ssh/authorized_keys' file
          o Discuss using SSHv2 as a psuedo-VPN via port forwarding
          o Use SSHv2 to forward local TCP ports & test communications
          o Use SSHv2 to forward remote TCP ports & test communications
          o Enable the sharing of locally & remotely forwarded TCP ports

    * GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) - Pretty Good Privacy (PGP)-compatible Facility
          o Discuss the features and benefits of GPG
          o Download GPG package from sunfreeware.com
          o Install GPG
          o Explore GPG files
          o Generate DSA public/private key pair
          o Identify available, per-user public/private key pairs on keychains
          o Import G/PGP public key and evaluate results
          o Sign imported public key and verify signature associated with downloaded content
          o Encrypt ASCII text file with appropriate public key and evaluate output
          o Decrypt ASCII text with appropriate private key and evaluate output

    * Snoop - Packet Sniffing
          o Discuss the features and benefits of snoop
          o Explain default interface behavior
          o Execute 'snoop' and evaluate packet headers
          o Capture snoop output to log file
          o Use 'snoop' to playback captured packets
          o Playback ranges of packets
          o Return layers 2-7 of OSI model and evaluate output
          o Apply filters, similar to Berkelye Packet Filters (BPFs), and evaluate results
          o Adjust time output, relative to current, and first packet captured
          o Source FTP traffic from Windows 2003 and snoop credentials passed in clear-text
          o Evaulate results

    * TCPDump - Packet Sniffing
          o Discuss the features and benefits of tcpdump
          o Install tcpdump from the Software Companion DVD
          o Identify installed package & man pages
          o Discuss tcpdump-supported qualifiers for creating expressions & capturing packets
          o Execute 'tcpdump' and evaluate captured packets
          o Bind tcpdump to specific interfaces for capturing packets
          o Apply Berkeley Packet Filters (BPFs) to capture sessions to suppress traffic
          o Dump 'tcpdump' capture to log file and evaluate results
          o Use 'tcpdump' to playback captured packets
          o Source FTP traffic from Windows® 2003 host and sniff credentials passed in clear-text
          o Source Telnet traffic from Windows® 2003 host and sniff credentials passed in clear-text
          o Evaluate results

    * Snort® 2.x Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) - Packet Sniffing & Logging
          o Discuss the features and benefits of Snort® NIDS
          o Discuss Snort® NIDS pre-requisites (libpcap/libpcre/compiler/etc.)
          o Obtain, compile and install the Snort® Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS)
          o Identify and explain key operating modes (Sniffer/Logger/NIDS)
          o Invoke Snort® in network sniffer mode
          o Explore Snort® in Binary (TCPDUMP) logging mode
          o Output logs to binary format and examine the results
          o Implement Snort® with BPF to filter traffic
          o Generate traffic from remote Windows 2003 and Linux hosts
          o Use Snort® with Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF) to parse logs

    * Network Mapper (Nmap)
          o Discuss the features and benefits of Nmap
          o Download Nmap bzip2 source package from insecure.org
          o Compile & install Nmap
          o Discuss default TCP-connect scan mode
          o Discuss SYN-based scanning
          o Use Nmap to perform reconnaisance testing
          o Evaluate results

    * Solaris® Zones - Containers - Virtualization - Instances
          o Discuss the features, benefits and limitations of Solaris® Zones
          o Discuss Global and Non-Global zones
          o Identify file system location to house non-global zones
          o Use 'zonecfg' to provision non-global zones
          o Verify zone configuration using 'zonecfg'
          o Install non-global zones using 'zoneadm' and evaluate results
          o Login to non-global zones and explore
          o Evaluate results
          o Manage zones using 'zoneadm'
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发表于 2008-8-3 23:01 | 显示全部楼层
支持啊,好东东,我要下
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发表于 2008-8-5 14:47 | 显示全部楼层
原帖由 akin520 于 2008-8-5 13:33 发表
顶,不知道不知道为什么,,下载不了

用下载工具下载,如迅雷

可以下的,速度还好啊
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发表于 2008-8-16 22:41 | 显示全部楼层
E文的?
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 楼主| 发表于 2008-8-18 09:19 | 显示全部楼层
原帖由 fishping 于 2008-8-16 22:41 发表
E文的?

是的,目前中文没有这些的视频教程
这个是LinuxCBT/UnixCBT系列的视频,很经典的
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发表于 2008-9-15 08:49 | 显示全部楼层

顶!!!!!!!!

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发表于 2008-9-18 09:30 | 显示全部楼层
太棒了啊,这么好的教程,神也。
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发表于 2008-9-20 20:43 | 显示全部楼层

有没有该视频的配套字幕呢?

我也下载了这个4G的视频资料,是挺好的,就是英语听力不行,不知道楼主有没有配套英文字幕;阅读还行,就是听力不行
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发表于 2008-9-28 14:50 | 显示全部楼层
原帖由 blzys 于 2008-9-20 20:43 发表
我也下载了这个4G的视频资料,是挺好的,就是英语听力不行,不知道楼主有没有配套英文字幕;阅读还行,就是听力不行


这个要求有点小高哦
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lz强啊,强到天边去了,这么好的东东
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