-- Red Hat Linux: The Complete Reference will cover the newest release of Red Hat, Red Hat 6.2. Both the book and the release of 6.2 will be in the spring.
-- A bonus CD-ROM containing Red Hat Linux 6.2 will be included.
-- This book will include in-depth information on:
-- Linuxconf -- An all-purpose configuration which will replace the traditional Red Hat tools
-- Administration with Red Hat tools
-- KDE and Gnome, the major GUI's that come with Red Hat.
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The ultimate resource on Red Hat Linux 6.2! Master Red Hat 6.2—the latest and most popular free, open-source distribution of Linux—with the help of this authoritative reference. Linux master Richard Petersen explains the Gnome and KDE GUIs, window managers, the Linux shell, Linuxconf, Kernel management, Network adminstration, libraries, Red Hat tools, and the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM). You’ll also get full coverage of Internet clients, Server support (Apache, wu-ftp, ProFTP, HTDig, Sendmail, POP, and DNS), System and Network administration, including network file systems (Linux, Unix, Windows, and Apple), firewalls, proxies, and encryption.Coverage also includes databases, graphics, and multimedia applications, such as WordPerfect, StarOffice, K Office, and the Gnome Workshop Project. Plus, the bonus CD-ROM includes Red Hat Linux 6.2, Publisher’s Edition. Learn to: Install, configure, and troubleshoot Red Hat Linux 6.2. Administer and configure Gnome, KDE, window mangers, and shell interfaces. Enable Internet mailers, newsreaders, Web browsers, and FTP clients. Deploy Internet servers, including FTP, Apache, DNS, mail, news, proxy, and search servers. Install, remove, and update software and build custom packages using RPM. Perform administrative tasks for users, devices, file systems, the X Window System, and the kernel. Make use of Linuxconf, Red Hat, KDE, and Gnome system administration tools. Configure networks using Linuxconf, Red Hat tools, Samba, NFS, NIS, and Netatalk. Implement network firewalls, masquerading, proxies, and encryption using Ipchains, Squid, and SSH.About the Author:
Richard Petersen has a M.L.I.S. 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 and Linux Programmer's Reference.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bk&CD Rom. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072125373
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