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Redhat Linux: The Complete Reference [6.2]

by Richard Petersen

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The most comprehensive Linux reference available! Covers all major upgrades including the latest kernel version 2.4 and new versions of Red Hat, Caldera, and SuSE. Also includes 2 bonus CDs containing Red Hat Linux and Caldera's OpenLinux eServer.

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An easy-to-use reference for installing, using, and getting optimum results from Linux. Shows how to program Linux, configure system settings, and a host of other skills. The CD-ROMs contain Red Hat Linux 7 and Caldera OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4. Softcover.

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The Ultimate In-Depth Linux Resource!

Take advantage of the powerful capabilities of Linux using this comprehensive and easy-to-use reference. Featuring up-to-date coverage of everything from installation and configuration to system administration and programming, this valuable reference covers all the latest distributions of Linux and the Linux 2.4 kernel. New chapters include full details on system, network, and security setup tasks as well as coverage of the KOffice and Evolution office suites.The 2 CD-ROMs contain Red Hat Linux 7 and Caldera OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4. For anyone wanting to learn to install, administer, or program using the latest Linux platform, this is your one-stop guide.

  • Learn to install Linux including latest versions of RedHat and Caldera
  • Configure settings for network, system, security, and kernel 2.4
  • Master KDE 2.0, Gnome, KOffice, Evolution, and the Shell
  • Set up and manage servers--FTP, Apache, news, proxy, and more
  • Use network administration tools, SAMBA, and Sendmail
  • Manage users, file systems, and devices
  • Ensure network security using firewall and encryption methods
  • Deploy powerful database, office, and desktop applications
  • Learn to program on Linux using BASH shell scripts, Perl, Tcl/TK, Gawk, and LaTec, along with programming tools such as the gcc compiler, RCS, and more

About the Author
Richard Petersen (Berkeley, CA) has an MLIS in library and information studies and teaches UNIX and C/C++ courses at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of Linux: The Complete Reference (first and second editions) and Academic Press' Introductory C: Pointers, Functions, and Files.



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