Red Hat Linux 6 unleashed / (Record no. 70)

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Item number P56148 1999
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Personal name Pitts, David V.,
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Title Red Hat Linux 6 unleashed /
Statement of responsibility, etc. David Pitts, Bill Ball, et al.
Medium BOOK
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Place of publication, distribution, etc. [Indianapolis, Ind.] :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc. SAMS,
Date of publication, distribution, etc. c1999.
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Extent xxxvi, 1252 p. :
Other physical details ill. ;
Dimensions 24 cm.
Accompanying material 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
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General note TABLE OF CONTENTS.<br/>Part 1 introduction and installation of Red Hat Linux <br/>1 introduction and installation of Red Hat Linux and Unix<br/> - advantages of Linux<br/> -copyright and warranty<br/> -where to get Red Hat linux<br/><br/>2 Installation of your Red Had Systems <br/> -Be prepared, be very prepared<br/> -installing red hat linux, etc<br/><br/>3 LILO<br/> -installing and configuring LILO<br/> - using LordLin .EXE to boot linux<br/> -how to install LILO, etc<br/><br/>4 Configuring the X window system, version 11<br/> -the x window system<br/> -setting up your XFree86 SYSTEM<br/> -configuring your XFree86 SYSTEM, etc<br/><br/>5 Windows managers <br/> -what is a window manager?<br/> -the GNOME X Environment<br/> -features of the enlightment window manager, etc<br/><br/> Part II configuring services<br/> <br/>6 system starup and shutdown<br/> The boot system<br/> The initialization process and startup scripts<br/> When the system crashes, etc<br/><br/>7 SMTP and protocols <br/> A brief history of internet Email Standards<br/> introduction to sendmail<br/> The post office protocol, etc <br/><br/>8 FTP<br/> Getting and installing the FTP<br/> How the FTP server works?<br/> Configuring your FTP server<br/> The FTP Administrative Tools , etc <br/><br/>9 Apache server<br/> Server installation<br/> Runtime server configuration settings<br/> Virtual Hosting<br/> Logging<br/> CGI and SSI, etc<br/><br/>10 Internet news<br/> Linux and Newsgroups<br/> INN Hardware and Software Requirements <br/> Introduction to NNTPCache<br/> Introduction to trn, etc<br/><br/>11 The domain name service<br/> A brief history of the internet<br/> BIND 8, etc<br/><br/>12 NIS: Network information service <br/> Understanding NIS<br/> Configuring NIS server <br/> Configuring an NIS client, etc<br/><br/>13 NFS: Network filesystem<br/> Installing NFS<br/> Starting and stopping the NFS Daemons, etc<br/><br/>14 Samba<br/> Installing samba<br/> Configuring samba<br/> Sharing files and print services, etc<br/><br/>Part III System Administration and Management <br/><br/>15 Filesystems, Disks and other devices<br/> Character devices<br/> Block Devices<br/> Filesystems, etc<br/><br/>16 Printing with Linux <br/> Printer devices<br/> How do I print?<br/> The RHS Linux print system manager, etc<br/><br/>17 TCP/IP network management <br/> TCP/IP Basic<br/> Configuring the network, etc<br/><br/>18 Connecting to the internet<br/> Setting up the Dummy interface<br/> Setting up PPP, etc<br/> <br/>19 Red Hat Graphical Administration Tools <br/> Organization of Red Hat FileSystems<br/> The Red Hat Package Manager, etc<br/><br/>20 Essential system Administration<br/> Handling the All-Powerful root Account<br/> Maintain ng the system, etc<br/><br/>21 Advanced system Administration <br/> Basic performance Analysis<br/> Graphical Monitoring Tools, etc<br/><br/>22 GNU project utilities <br/> The GNU project software Distributions <br/> File utilities,<br/> Find utilities<br/> etc<br/><br/>23 Backup and restore<br/> successful backup consideration, <br/> Qualities of a good backup<br/> Backup strategies and operations<br/> etc<br/><br/>24 System security<br/> Thinking about security<br/> Danger, Will Robinson, danger<br/> etc.<br/><br/>Part IV programming in LINUX<br/>25 Shell programming <br/>Creating and executing a shell program<br/>Variables<br/>Positional parameters<br/>etc.<br/><br/>26 gawk programming <br/>Application of awk<br/>Actions<br/>Advanced input and output<br/>Functions<br/>etc.<br/><br/>27 Automating Tasks <br/>First example automating data entry<br/>Tips for improving automation technique<br/>Shell scripts<br/>etc.<br/><br/>28 Configuring and building kernels <br/>An introduction to Linux kernel<br/>Obtaining the kernel sources<br/>Configuring Linux kernel<br/>Configuration options<br/>etc.<br/><br/>29 Network programming <br/>Networking concepts<br/>A TCP client example<br/>A TCP server example<br/>etc.<br/><br/>30 C and C++ programming <br/>Background on the C language<br/>Programming in C: Basic concepts<br/>Creating, compiling, and executing your first program<br/>etc.<br/><br/>31 Perl programming <br/>A simple Perl program<br/>Perl variables and data structures<br/>Conditional statements: if/else and unless<br/>Looping<br/>etc.<br/><br/>32 Motif programming <br/>What is Motif?<br/>Red Hat Motif installation<br/>A simple example of Motif programming concepts<br/>etc.<br/><br/>33 tcl and tk programming <br/>tcl basics<br/>The tcl language<br/>The tk toolkit<br/>etc.<br/><br/>34 Programming in pythons <br/>Getting ready to run python<br/>Python command-line interpreter<br/>Python programs<br/>Control statements<br/>etc.<br/><br/>35 Java programming<br/>What is Java?<br/>Java support in red hat Linux<br/>Software development kits <br/>An overview of the Java language<br/>etc.<br/> <br/>Part V Appendixes<br/>
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Uniform title Linux.
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Topical term or geographic name entry element Operating systems (Computers)
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Personal name Ball, Bill.
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