For users, programmers or system administrators, this text guides the reader through installation and configuration, to advanced programming and administering/networking the system.
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Linux is a free version of UNIX created for DOS compatible personal computers and designed collaboratively by computer programmers worldwide. With Linux on your computer, you can have a fully functional multitasking computer and Internet site at very little cost.
The book includes a CD-ROM containing the complete Linux OS, X-Windows for Linux (so you don't need Windows or Win95), a complete suite of Internet applications, programming languages (Perl, C, C++, Tcl and Smalltalk), TCP/IP networking support, games (including DOOM), and the GNU archives. Some UNIX experience is useful -- but not entirely necessary -- to make best use of this book.About the Author:
Tim Parker is a consultant and technical writer based in Ottawa, Canada. He is Technical Editor for SCO World Magazine, and Contributing Editor for UNIX Review, Advanced Systems Magazine, and Canadian Computer Reseller. He has written more than 800 feature articles and two dozen books including Linux Unleashed, Second Edition.
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Book Description Sams, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0672307057