22.6. Additional Resources

For more information about OpenLMI and system management in general, see the resources listed below.

Installed Documentation

  • lmishell(1) — The manual page for the lmishell client and interpreter provides detailed information about its execution and usage.

Online Documentation

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Networking Guide — The Networking Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 documents relevant information regarding the configuration and administration of network interfaces and network services on the system.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Storage Administration Guide — The Storage Administration Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 provides instructions on how to manage storage devices and file systems on the system.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Power Management Guide — The Power Management Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 explains how to manage power consumption of the system effectively. It discusses different techniques that lower power consumption for both servers and laptops, and explains how each technique affects the overall performance of the system.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Linux Domain Identity, Authentication, and Policy Guide — The Linux Domain Identity, Authentication, and Policy Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 covers all aspects of installing, configuring, and managing IPA domains, including both servers and clients. The guide is intended for IT and systems administrators.
  • FreeIPA Documentation — The FreeIPA Documentation serves as the primary user documentation for using the FreeIPA Identity Management project.
  • OpenSSL Home Page — The OpenSSL home page provides an overview of the OpenSSL project.
  • Mozilla NSS Documentation — The Mozilla NSS Documentation serves as the primary user documentation for using the Mozilla NSS project.

See Also

  • Chapter 4, Managing Users and Groups documents how to manage system users and groups in the graphical user interface and on the command line.
  • Chapter 9, Yum describes how to use the Yum package manager to search, install, update, and uninstall packages on the command line.
  • Chapter 10, Managing Services with systemd provides an introduction to systemd and documents how to use the systemctl command to manage system services, configure systemd targets, and execute power management commands.
  • Chapter 12, OpenSSH describes how to configure an SSH server and how to use the ssh, scp, and sftp client utilities to access it.