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Linux: The Complete Reference By Richard Petersen

Linux: The Complete Reference by Richard Petersen

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This edition covers the latest Linux kernel and the latest versions of the most popular distributions of Linux: Red Hat, Caldera, and SuSE, as well as more advanced administration coverage, including new chapters covering system, network, and security setup tasks, and details on SAMBA and Sendmail.

Linux: The Complete Reference Summary

Linux: The Complete Reference by Richard Petersen

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.

About Richard Petersen

Richard Petersen 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 (all four previous editions), Linux Programming: A Beginners Guide, and many other titles.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction. Chapter 1: Introduction to Linux. Chapter 2: Installing Red Hat Linux. Chapter 3: Installing OpenLinux. Chapter 4: Interface Basics. Chapter 5: System Configuration. Chapter 6: Network Configuration. Chapter 7: Security Configuration. Part II: Environments. Chapter 8: The K Desktop Environment: KDE. Chapter 9: Gnome. Chapter 10: Window Manager.s Chapter 11: The Shell. Chapter 12: The Linux File Sructure. Chapter 13: Shell Configuration. Part III: Internet. Chapter 14: Mail Clients. Chapter 15: Usenet and Newsreaders. Chapter 16: FTP Clients. Chapter 17: The World Wide Web. Chapter 18: Network Tools. Part IV: Applications. Chapter 19: Software Management. Chapter 20: Office Applications. Chapter 21: Database Management Systems, Graphic Tools, and Multimedia. Chapter 22: Editors. Part V: Servers. Chapter 23: Server Management. Chapter 24: FTP Servers. Chapter 25: Apache Web Server. Chapter 26: Domain Name System. Chapter 27: Mail Servers: SMTP, POP, and IMAP. Chapter 28: News, Proxy, and Search Servers. Part VI: Administration. Chapter 29: Basic System Administration. Chapter 30: Administration Tools. Chapter 31: Managing Users. Chapter 32: File System Administration. Chapter 33: Devices. Chapter 34: Kernel Administration. Chapter 35: The X Window System and XFree86. Part VII: Network Administration. Chapter 36: Configuring Network Connections. Chapter 37: Samba, NFS, NIS, and Appletalk. Chapter 38: Administering TCP/IP Networks. Chapter 39: Network Security: Firewalls and Encryption. Part VIII: Programming. Chapter 40: Shell Programming. Chapter 41: Compilers, Libraries, and Programming Tools. Chapter 42: Perl. Chapter 43: Tcl, Tk, and Expect. Chapter 44: Gawk. Part IX: Appendix. About the CD-ROMs.

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