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McCarty B. — Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora
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Название: Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora

Автор: McCarty B.


The GNU/Linux® success story is well known. Firmly established as a high-performance operating system, its worldwide installations are increasing at phenomenal rates. Much of this success has been on the server side, but more and more PC users are turning to Linux on the desktop, as well. For those grounded in Microsoft Windows® or Apple Macintosh® graphical interfaces, the first look at a powerful Unix-style operating system can be daunting. This book provides a clear, no-nonsense introduction to the popular Red Hat® distribution of Linux. It takes you through installation and shows you the key parts of the system, always with an eye toward what can go wrong and what you need to know to get over the humps. Linux is known as a secure environment and a good platform to run a web server. These topics are among the many covered in this book. But did you know you can also burn CDs, sync a PalmPilot™, and edit slideshow presentations with powerful tools on Linux? Those topics are covered here, too. Red Hat currently provides two distributions, both documented in this book. The first is their commercial, subscription-based product, called Red Hat Enterprise Linux and also available through retail channels as Red Hat Professional Workstation. The second is the freely distributed Fedora distribution. The Publisher's Edition of Fedora is included in this book on two disks. New in this edition are installation instructions for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora, package updating for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora, information on the GRUB bootloader, and the CUPS printer system.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 4-th

Год издания: 2004

Количество страниц: 326

Добавлена в каталог: 05.03.2007

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! (not operator)      
! (NOT operator), in filename globbing      
! (NOT operator), in test command      
!= (not equal operator)      
" (double quote)      
# (hash mark)      
# (hash mark), as comment in script      
# (hash mark), as root user prompt      2nd
# (hash mark), as RPM progress mark      
$ (dollar sign)      
$ (dollar sign), as user prompt      2nd
$ (dollar sign), preceding shell variable      
$# variable      
$$ variable      
$* variable      
$0 variable      
$? variable      2nd
$@ variable      
& (ampersand)      2nd
&> redirector
'; (single quote)      2nd
* (asterisk)      
- (hyphen)      
- (hyphen), in file or directory names      
- (hyphen), in keyboard accelerator      
. (dot)      
. (dot), current directory      
. (dot), preceding hidden file or directory name      
.. (two dots), parent directory      
.bashrc script      
.bash_logout script      
.bash_profile script      
.bz2 file extension      
.gz file extension      
.profile file      2nd
.rpm file extension      
.tar file extension      
/ (slash)      
/ (slash), in file or directory name      
/ (slash), root directory      2nd 3rd 4th
/ (slash), separating directories in pathname      
/boot directory      2nd 3rd
/root directory      
/var directory      2nd 3rd
1, ..., $9 variables      
2> redirector      
2>&1 redirector
2>> redirector      
3D gaming      
3D object manipulation, Draw application      
; (semicolon)      
< (less-than sign)      2nd
<< (redirector)      
= (equal sign)      
= (equal sign), in boot parameter definitions      
= (equal sign), in test command      
> (greater-than sign)      2nd
>> (redirector)      
? (question mark)      
About to Install screen      
Absolute pathname      
Access permissions      [See permissions]
access.conf file      
accessibility options, configuring in KDE      
Account Configuration screen      
accounts, for Red Hat Network      
accounts, for users      
accounts, for users, creating      2nd 3rd
accounts, for users, deleting      
accounts, for users, disabling      
accounts, for users, expiration date for      
accounts, for users, modifying      
Active Directory Services (ADS) mode, Samba authentication      
Add/Remove Applications, System Settings menu      [See Package Management tool]
Additional CDs screen      
Additional Language Support screen      
address book, configuring in KDE      
Address Book, Writer application      
address resolution      
adduser command      
Administration Tools package group      
ADS (Active Directory Services) mode, Samba authentication      
Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box      
alert icon, for print queue      
Alert Notification Tool      2nd 3rd 4th 5th
alias command      2nd
alias directive      
aliases, defining      2nd
Alt-B keystroke      
Alt-D keystroke      
Alt-F keystroke      
ampersand (&)      2nd
and operator      
Animation, Impress application      
Apache Configuration Tool      
Apache web server      
Apache web server, configuring      2nd
Apache web server, creating web pages      
Apache web server, documentation for      
Apache web server, installing      
Apache web server, performance of      
Apache web server, selecting during installation      
Apache web server, starting      
Apache web server, stopping      
Applets      2nd
application links      
Applications icon      
Applications icon, GNOME      
Applications icon, KDE      
applications, defaults for, setting in GNOME      
applications, launchers for      
applications, launchers for, adding to GNOME panel      
applications, launchers for, adding to KDE panel      
applications, launching automatically in GNOME      
applications, launching from KDE      
applications, Windows, running under Linux      
apropos command      2nd
arguments, boot parameters      
arguments, for commands      2nd
arguments, for shell scripts      
arrow keys      
asterisk (*)      
at command      2nd 3rd
atq command      
atrm command      
ATTRIB command (MS-DOS)      
audio device      
audio packages, selecting during installation      
authentication modes, Samba server      2nd [See also password]
Authentication, System Settings menu      
Authoring and Publishing package group      
Automatic Partitioning screen      
AutoPilot, Impress application      
AutoPilot, Writer application      
B command (GRUB editor)      
bachrc script      
background processes      
background processes, displaying jobs running as      
background processes, executing commands as      2nd
background processes, moving jobs to      
background properties, setting in GNOME      
backquote (O)      
backslash (\)      2nd 3rd
BACKSPACE key      2nd
backup and recovery, Linux Samba client for      
bash shell      [See also commands]
bash shell, accessing      
bash shell, comments in      
bash shell, prompt symbols for      2nd
bash shell, scripts executed when launched      
bcel package      
Berkeley Systems Division (BSD) Unix      
bg command      2nd
BIND DNS server      
bold font used in this book      
book disk, creating      
Books      [See also resources]
books, about Linux      2nd 3rd
books, about network security      
books, about PCs      
books, about Samba      
Boot Disk Creation screen      
boot floppy disk, creating for installation      
boot loader      
Boot Loader Configuration screen      
boot loader, configuring      
boot loader, GRUB      2nd 3rd
boot loader, LILO      2nd
boot loader, location for      
boot log      
Boot parameters      
Boot sector      
booting, first time after installation      
booting, from installation CD      
booting, kernel startup log for      
booting, loading modular driver during      
booting, messages from, displaying      
booting, nongraphical mode      
booting, rebooting      
booting, starting Samba automatically during      
booting, with floppy diskettes      
BOOTP      2nd
Bourne shell      [See bash shell]
break command      
BSD (Berkeley Systems Division) Unix      
Bugzilla database      2nd
Building Internet Firewalls,      2nd. ed. (Zwicky; Cooper; Chapman)
Building Secure Servers with Linux (Bauer)      
bunzip2 command      
bus mouse, boot arguments for      
buttons, installation screen      
bzip2 command      
C command (GRUB editor)      
cable modem, setting up      
cable/DSL gateway router      
cal command      
Calc, OpenOffice.org      
calendar, displaying      
calendar, in Evolution      2nd
case command      
case-sensitivity of shell commands      
cat command      2nd
cd command      2nd 3rd
CD command (MS-DOS)      
cd command (SMB)      
CD Creator      
CD-ROM drives      
CD-ROM drives, boot arguments for      
CD-ROM drives, information required for      2nd
CD-ROM drives, mounting      
CD-ROM drives, requirements for      
cdrecord command      
cdrom device      
CDs, installation      2nd 3rd 4th 5th
CDs, writing with CD Creator      
Central Processing Uni      [See CPU]
CERT Coordination Center      
chainloader command (GRUB)      
characters, special, controlling shell with      2nd [See also keystrokes]
checkboxes, installation screen      
chgrp command      
child panel, KDE      
CHKDSK command (MS-DOS)      
chmod command      2nd 3rd 4th
chown command      2nd
CIFS (Common Internet File System)      
Clear command      
CLI      [See bash shell MS-DOS Prompt window]
client connections allowed by Linux      
clipboard, using in KDE      
clock, in GNOME      
clock, in KDE      
clock, system clock      
cmp command      2nd
color depth, configuring      
Command Line Interface      [See shell]
command line, accessing from terminal window      
Commands      [See also specific commands]
commands, abbreviated (shell aliases)      2nd
commands, arguments for      2nd
commands, case-sensitivity of      
commands, compared to MS-DOS commands      
commands, continuing onto next line      2nd
commands, currently executing, keystrokes controlling      
commands, editing      
commands, executing      
commands, executing as background process      
commands, executing at specific time      
commands, external      
commands, help on      
commands, history list of      
commands, input for, getting from file      
commands, location of      
commands, minieditor for      
commands, multiple, entering on one line      
commands, options for      
commands, output from      
commands, output from, displaying one screen at a time      
commands, output from, programs processing      
commands, output from, sending to file      
commands, pausing during      
commands, syntax for      
comments in bash shell      
Common Internet File System (CIFS)      
commons-logging package      
compressed files      
Computer Security Basics (Russell; Gangemi)      
conditional logic in shell scripts      
configuration files, list of      
configuration information required for installation      
console device      
consoles      [See also virtual consoles]
consoles, monitoring installation with      
constant width font used in this book      
contact database      [See Evolution]
contact information for this book      
continue command      
Control Center, KDE      
conventions used in this book      
cost of KDE      2nd
cost of Linux      2nd 3rd 4th
cp command      2nd 3rd
CPU (central processing unit)      
CPU, requirements for      
CPU, usage, displaying      
cron log      
cross-platform operating system, Linux as      
CrossOver Office      
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