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Apple Training Series: Mac OS X Server Essentials by Schoun Regan

By Schoun Regan

The one Apple-certified e-book on Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, this entire reference takes aid technicians and ardent Mac clients deep inside of their working platforms, overlaying every little thing from networking applied sciences to approach management, customizing the working procedure, command-line programming, and extra. Keyed to the studying goals of the  AppleCertified Technical Coordinator certification examination, the teachings during this self-paced quantity function a ideal complement to Apple’s personal education classification and a major primer for computing device help body of workers who have to troubleshoot and optimize Mac OS X as a part of their jobs. Self-quizzes and bankruptcy checks strengthen the data won alongside the way in which.

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If you’ve already started up your server from the internal drive, insert the Mac OS X Server Install DVD and run the Install Mac OS X Server program. After you authenticate, the server reboots from the disc and proceeds with the installation process, starting with the selection of a language, and then prompting you for initial information. It then proceeds uninterrupted until it completes the installation. RAID Using a RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive [or Independent] Disks) configuration for your Mac OS X Server installation can help you avoid potential downtime and speed up throughput on your server, depending on how you configure the RAID.

It then proceeds uninterrupted until it completes the installation. RAID Using a RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive [or Independent] Disks) configuration for your Mac OS X Server installation can help you avoid potential downtime and speed up throughput on your server, depending on how you configure the RAID. This book does not go into detail on hardware RAID or using Apple’s Xserve RAID hardware, but it is worth noting that software RAID can be used on certain hardware deployments that support more than one drive of the same size and bus type (SAS, or Serial Attached SCSI, and SATA, or Serial ATA drives) and permit RAIDs from FireWire devices.

Installing Mac OS X Server Ǡ Destination drive for server software Ǡ Installation type—Easy Install or Customize An Easy Install installs the following packages: • Essential System Software • Essential Server Software • Server Administration Software • Application Server Software Easy Install also installs the following packages, but if you choose to customize the local installation, you will be able to disable them: • X11—used to run Xwindows applications • Language Translations—for French, German, and Japanese • Printer Drivers—from various printer manufacturers Installing Remotely It is important to note that if you wish to install from any other computer, you will need both the hardware serial number (obtained earlier) and the Ethernet, or Media Access Control (MAC), address(es) of the computer that will host your server software.

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