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Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
SSH Clients
Virtual Hosting
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Bash Bash Shell Tips And Tricks
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CSS CSS2 Reference
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HTML Basic HTML Tags
Creating Images
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Linux Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
Linux Basics
SSH Clients
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Linux Clusters Cluster Books
Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
SSH Clients
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Linux Security Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
PHP Security
SSH Clients
Security QuickRef
UnixSecurity2.0
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Linux SysAdmin Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
PHP Security
SSH Clients
Security QuickRef
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Linux for Business Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
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PHP 4 page DB system
Install Fedora C1
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Install Red Hat 7.3
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PHP Security
Password Protect
Perl CGI Problems
Perl vs. PHP
Yahoo Stocks
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Linux Cluster Technology

Linux Cluster Technology

James D. Keeline <James@Keeline.com>
http://ITeachPHP.com/

The purpose of this class is to survey some of the techniques used to build high-performance and high-availability cluster computers with the Linux operating system.

Although there is no required textbook for this class, the following are some books which I have found to be helpful. The links below inclue my Amazon Associates ID. You can also find them at a discount at San Diego Technical Books which is located a few blocks from the school.

Linux Operating System

  • Learning Red Hat Linux
    by Bill McCarty
    O'Reilly & Associates; ISBN: 0596000715; 2nd Bk & cdr edition (January 2002)
    A great introduction to the Linux operating system and the Red Hat distribution.

  • Linux in a Nutshell
    by Ellen Siever, Stephen Spainhour, Stephen Figgins, Jessica P. Hekman
    O'Reilly & Associates; ISBN: 0596000251; 3rd edition (January 15, 2000)
    A good reference guide with lists of popular commands and options, alphabetically arranged.

  • Linux Desk Reference
    by Scott Hawkins
    Prentice Hall PTR; ISBN: 0130619892; 2nd edition (August 22, 2001)
    A very good reference guide with popular commands and options, arranged in chapters by broad topics.

Linux Beowulf Clusters

In addition to printed books, there are a number of useful references for Linux, Apache, PHP, and MySQL. Here are a few of the more important ones.

Planned Topics

Beginning Class
Day 1
  1. Registration
  2. Take Class Survey
  3. Assign user accounts
  4. Describe how to log in from home via Secure Shell (SSH)
  5. Overview of class
  6. Basic Linux: navigating the file system and editing files for the web server
Day 2
Day 3
Days 4 and 5

This site contains files and links to support the free courses taught by James D. Keeline at the New Media Center / North City Center through the San Diego Community College District's Centers For Education and Technology.   A list of courses available at the center may be consulted.

The site will be updated throughout the semester both with new content and as a way to try out technologies used in several of the classes. This file modified 14-Jan-2007.