Practical Guide to Red Hat Linux Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux

ISBN-10: 0132280272
ISBN-13: 9780132280273
Edition: 3rd 2007 (Revised)
Authors: Mark G. Sobell
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Description: A comprehensive reference to installing, configuring and working with Fedora Core 5 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4. Mark Sobell starts at the very beginning and shows readers how to install Red Hat from scratch using the included CDs. He includes a  More...

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Book details

List price: $49.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/27/2006
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 1168
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 2.25" tall
Weight: 3.828
Language: English

A comprehensive reference to installing, configuring and working with Fedora Core 5 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4. Mark Sobell starts at the very beginning and shows readers how to install Red Hat from scratch using the included CDs. He includes a complete section on using Red Hat that covers usage from both the command line and the GUI.

Preface
Welcome to Linux
The GNU-Linux Connection
The Linux 2.6 Kernel
The Heritage of Linux: UNIX
What Is So Good About Linux?
Overview of Linux
Additional Features of Linux
Conventions Used in This Book
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Installing Red Hat Linux
Installation Overview
More Information
Planning the Installation
How the Installation Works
The Medium: Where Is the Source Data?
Downloading, Burning, and Installing a CD Set or a DVD (FEDORA)
Rescue CD
Gathering Information About the System
Finding the Installation Manual
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
Step-by-Step Installation
Installing Red Hat Linux
Installation Tasks
The X Window System
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
Getting Started with Red Hat Linux
Introduction to Red Hat Linux
Curbing Your Power: Superuser/root Access
A Tour of the Red Hat Linux Desktop
Getting the Facts: Where to Find Documentation
More About Logging In
Controlling Windows: Advanced Operations
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
The Linux Utilities
Special Characters
Basic Utilities
Working with Files
(Pipe): Communicates Between Processes
Four More Utilities
Compressing and Archiving Files
Locating Commands
Obtaining User and System Information
Communicating with Other Users
Email
Tutorial: Creating and Editing a File with vim
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
The Linux Filesystem
The Hierarchical Filesystem
Directory Files and Ordinary Files
Pathnames
Directory Commands
Working with Directories
Access Permissions
ACLs: Access Control Lists
Links
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
The Shell
The Command Line
Standard Input and Standard Output
Running a Program in the Background
Filename Generation/Pathname Expansion
Builtins
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
Digging into Red Hat Linux
Linux GUIs: X, GNOME, and KDE
X Window System
Using KDE
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
The Bourne Again Shell
Background
Shell Basics
Parameters and Variables
Special Characters
Processes
History
Aliases
Functions
Controlling bash Features and Options
Processing the Command Line
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
Networking and the Internet
Types of Networks and How They Work
Communicate Over a Network
Network Utilities
Distributed Computing
Usenet
WWW: World Wide Web
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
System Administration 387
System Administration: Core Concepts
System Administrator and Superuser
Rescue Mode
SELinux
System Operation
System Administration Utilities
Setting Up a Server
nsswitch.conf: Which Service to Look at First
PAM
Chapter Summary
Exercises
Advanced Exercises
Files, Directories, and Filesystems
Important Files and Directories
File Types

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