Linux: Set it and forget it
Source: Jack Wallen
Microsoft Windows may rule the network on most small and medium businesses, but it's not your only choice. Once an OS for hobbyists, Linux has become a significant threat to Windows' dominance. One of the biggest obstacles preventing Linux from becoming even more popular is the learning curve network administrators face. The sections you'll find in this SolutionSeries eBook revolve around setting up common network services from a GUI. You'll learn how to set up and configure major services without having to spend a lot of time at the command line. In many cases, you won't visit the command line at all. You'll learn how to easily configure Linux in such a way that you can quickly just set it, and forget it.