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Figure 1-25. Select the logical volume you want to format and press Enter to put a file system on it. 20. You now see the Partition Settings screen, in which the option Use as shows do not use. Select this option and press Enter. Now from the list of available file systems, select the file system that you want to use on this volume; for example, Ext3 if this is the root volume (see Figure 1-26).
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Figure 1-26. Select Use as to specify the file system that you want to use on your logical volume.
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21. Select the Mount Point option and select the directory to which you want to assign this volume (/ for the root volume). Select any specific options you want to use on this file system as well and then select Done setting up the partition. 22. Repeat this procedure to put a file system on all the remaining logical volumes. When finished, from the Partition disks main screen (refer to Figure 1-25), select Finish partitioning and write changes to disk. Select Yes when asked if you want to write the changes to disk. This brings you to the next stage of the installation, in which all relevant software packages are copied to your server.
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Now that you have created the partitioning scheme for your server s hard drive, it s time to finalize the installation of your server. In this part of the installation, you enter some generic properties (like some user information), and you specify what software packages to install. 1. Next, the installer asks you to create a user account. This is the user account that you will normally be working with, instead of using the root user account by default. Enter the name of the user account and then enter (twice) the password for this user. The installation of the base system now begins. In this phase, some basic packages that are needed at all times are copied to your server. Hang on because this can take a couple of minutes. 2. After the core system is installed, the installer asks if you want to use an HTTP proxy. If this is the case, enter its details now, or leave the information bar empty and select Continue to go on. 3. Next, you can choose additional software to install. The default choices allow you to select between some of the most important server tasks (see Figure 1-27): DNS server: A DNS server allows your server to participate in the DNS hierarchy and translate computer names into IP addresses. LAMP server: Selecting the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP server) option will set up a versatile web server for you. Mail server: Want to set up your server as an MTA Select this option to make it a mail server that allows you to send and receive e-mail messages for all users in your company. OpenSSH server: This is the option you ll want to use in almost all situations. It allows you to access your server remotely, which is very useful for doing maintenance work on it. PostgreSQL: Use this option if you want to install your server as an application server, hosting a PostgreSQL database. Print server: This option installs the Common UNIX Print System (CUPS). Select it if you want your server to control access to shared printers.
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Samba File server: Need a server to offer shared files to the Windows users in your network Check this option. The Samba file server offers the best-performing CIFS-based file server in the world, and it even is a good solution if you want to offer shared files to Linux and Apple users! That s it for installation choices! If you need additional software to be started on your server, you need to install that software later. See 3 for more details on that.
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Figure 1-27. The installation program lets you choose between different server profiles. 4. Once all software packages have been copied to your server, the system is ready for use. You just have to press the Enter key once more to restart the server, and it will be usable. Once the server has been restarted, you will see the text-based login prompt of your server. You are supposed to enter your user name and password here. A text-based prompt Yes, this is a server, and a server is generally locked behind doors in an air-conditioned room. Therefore, there is no need to set up a graphical user environment in most cases. But because many people consider a GUI quite useful anyway, you ll learn how to set it up in 3. For now, though, you ll learn in 2 how to manage Ubuntu Server from the command line.
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Summary
You learned in this chapter how to set up Ubuntu Server. Because the file system layout is a very important part of a server configuration, special attention was paid to configuring your server s file system with LVM or traditional partitions. At the end of this chapter, you ended up with a text-based console that s not so user friendly. In 2, you will learn to work with the most important commands needed for Linux server administration.
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