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Linux All-In-One Desk Reference for Dummies®, 3rd Edition
Because Linux offers so many options, this book helps you narrow them down by giving you five popular Linux distributions on a DVD—Debian GNU/Linux, Fedora, openSUSE Linux, Ubuntu, and Xandros. You get everything you need to test-drive all five, including the instructions to install and use any of them. But that’s just the beginning! Linux All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies includes eight individual minibooks, each devoted to a specific aspect of Linux:
- Linux Basics
- Linux Desktops
- Internet Servers
You’ll find out how to:
- Understand the Linux kernel
- Create a network and connect a Linux PC to the Internet
- Use Internet services including Web, Mail, News, FTP, NFS, and DNS.
- Set up a Windows server using Samba
- Use Perl, shell, and C programming with Linux
- Manage system and network security and administration
- Work with the OpenOffice.org productivity tools and other applications that come with Linux
So what are you waiting for? Linux All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies is like having a guided tour of the wonderful world of Linux!
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Naba Barkakati is an internationally acclaimed technology author.
Table of Contents
Book I: Linux Basics.
Chapter 1: Introducing Linux.
Chapter 2: Installing Linux.
Chapter 3: Troubleshooting and Configuring Linux.
Chapter 4: Trying Out Linux.
Book II: Linux Desktops.
Chapter 1: The GNOME Desktop.
Chapter 2: The KDE Desktop.
Chapter 3: Commanding the Shell.
Chapter 4: Navigating the Linux File System.
Chapter 5: Introducing Linux Applications.
Chapter 6: Using Text Editors.
Book III: Networking.
Chapter 1: Connecting to the Internet.
Chapter 2: Setting Up a Local Area Network.
Chapter 3: Going Wireless.
Chapter 4: Managing the Network.
Book IV: Internet.
Chapter 1: E-Mailing and IMing in Linux.
Chapter 2: Browsing the Web.
Chapter 3: Reading Newsgroups and RSS Feeds.
Chapter 4: Using FTP.
Book V: Administration.
Chapter 1: Introducing Basic System Administration.
Chapter 2: Managing Users and Groups.
Chapter 3: Managing File Systems.
Chapter 4: Installing and Updating Applications.
Book VI: Security.
Chapter 1: Introducing Linux Security.
Chapter 2: Securing Linux.
Chapter 3: Performing Computer Security Audits.
Book VII: Linux Servers.
Chapter 1: Managing Internet Services.
Chapter 2: Managing Mail and News Servers.
Chapter 3: Managing DNS.
Chapter 4: Working with Samba and NFS.
Book VIII: Programming.
Chapter 1: Programming in Linux.
Chapter 2: Introductory Shell Scripting.
Chapter 3: Advanced Shell Scripting.
Appendix: About the DVD.
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