Inside Linux

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Sams Publishing, 2001 - Computers - 797 pages
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With in-depth complete coverage on the installation process, editing and typesetting, graphical user interfaces, programming system administration, and managing Internet sites, Inside Linux is the only book "smart users" new to Linux will need. Many of the users new to Linux have an understanding of computer technology and will be looking for just the right reference to fit their sophisticated needs. This book guides users to a high level of proficiency with all the flavors of Linux, and help them with crucial system administration chores. Inside Linux is different than other books available because it's a unique blend of a how-to and a reference guide.

 

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Contents

Installing Linux
15
Using Linux
55
Installing X Windows
93
Configuration
173
Hardware Configuration
201
HI Linux Services
223
File Transfer Protocol FTP
255
Domain Name Service DNS
281
Internet News Service
469
Print Services
499
System Administration
525
Booting and Shutdown
569
Security
585
Managing Accounts
609
Other Administrative Tasks
625
Quick Reference
649

Network Information Service NIS
303
Network File Service NFS
325
SLIP and PPP
351
UNLXtoUNLX Copy Program
387
Merging Linux and Windows
413
Apache Web Server
443
Regular Expressions
667
Appendixes
689
B Common Questions
709
Where Can I Get Linux Information on the Internet?
720
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