Are you familiar with Agustin's Linux Manual?
Agustin's Linux Manual was the original book that taught many how to setup servers using Mandrake and Mandriva Linux. Many schools in different countries were using Agustin's Linux Manual as their core Learning material for Linux Server Administration.
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Agustin's Linux Manual was dropped when Gael Duval Creator of Mandrake was kicked out at Mandriva and nothing has been written since then.
The Secure FTP Server + MariaDB is a new version with VSFTPD introduced here by Agustin Velasco based on Centos 7 and Red Hat Enterprise.
Configuring a Secure FTP Server can be challenging when you don't have the right documentation. DNS Server The Enterprise Way by Agustin Velasco is an abstraction of the original Agustin Linux Manual, a step by step tutorial, all you need to know about DNS Servers on Centos 7 and Red Hat Enterprise
The Secure FTP Server + MariaDB is the instructional material you need to successfully implement an FTP Server controlling users via MariaDB.
The Apache Web Server Virtual Hosting, DNS Server The Enterprise Way and The Secure FTP Server + MariaDB is a complete set of Manuals that teach you step by step on how to simulate a Data Center the enterprise way.
The FTP Server is what makes file transfer possible. Agustin Velasco brought you the material you need to master and learn how to setup your FTP Server.
Of course at the enterprise level there are many automated tools and GUI (Graphical User Interface) that allows System Administrators to interact with different Servers. The setup and configuration of the Secure FTP Server + MariaDB has been performed via the command line; everything from editing the host files to opening the firewall ports is done by using the command line interface. Yes, This Secure FTP Server + MariaDB by Agustin Velasco is a step by step material which will provide you the knowledge and complete understanding of the FTP infrastructure.