Covering everything from installation and other basics to advanced features such as troubleshooting and programming, this book takes readers of every skill level of this popular operating system. With an emphasis on communications and connectivity, it teaches users how to take advantage of Linux's tremendous networking potential.
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Are you ready to experience the phenomenal networking potential of Linux? This Unix variant operating system has a wealth of development, networking, and productivity applications-and is giving mainstream competitors like SCO Unix, Sun Solaris, and others a run for their money! Here's the perfect sourcebook on Linux for everyone from novice to expert. This authoritative and comprehensive guide requires no prior knowledge of Unix. It gives you step-by-step information on everything Linux has to offer, and introduces you to Caldera's efforts to provide a viable, commercial, alternative operating system. You'll start with the basics of installation. then learn your way through the more advanced topics, including troubleshooting and programming. Everything is written in clear, easy-to-grasp termniology to help you: take advantage of Linux's tremendous networking potential; become savvy on Linux's Internet connectivity-a special guide is included on Internet services such as telnet, ftp, gopher, mail, news, and the Web; create a Web server using Linux-a special section is devoted to this topic; understand Linux system and network administration.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0078821894
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