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Chapter Securing Your System This is a 10 pages chapter but with enough information to keep you researching for some time. Furthermore in this chapter there are sections for slightly more advanced topics like trunking, VLANs and over IPv6 tunneling. Chapter Software Management Apart from the expected, detailed information on packages and port systems, here the reader can find information on customizing ports and sub-packages.
Chapter System Maintenance Here are some common administrative tasks separated by daily, weekly, monthly and custom maintenance tasks. Additionally, you can find information on system logging configuration and management, NTP, device drivers and hardware sensors configuration. The next sections deal with more advanced subjects such as kernel tuning via sysctl and custom kernel configuration with config or boot-time kernel configuration.