August 04, 2009    



This chapter contains information that can be used by the system administrator to configure applications in ways that ordinary users should not usually be expected to do. Some user may be able to handle this type of hands-on CLI configuration for their applications but most of them will not, nor should they be expected to. In fact you will frequently find your users asking you to perform these tasks.

As this chapter grows, I will subdivide it into sections for each application.



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