The complete idiot's guide to Linux / by Manuel Alberto Ricart.

By: Ricart, Manuel AlbertoMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Indianapolis, IN : Que Pub., 1998Description: 1 online resource (vi, 336 p.) : illISBN: 0585086516 (electronic bk.); 9780585086514 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Linux | Operating systems (Computers)Additional physical formats: Print version:: Complete idiot's guide to Linux.DDC classification: 005.4/469 LOC classification: QA76.76.O63 | R49 1998
Contents:
Pt. 1. Working with Linux in a Graphical Environment -- The KDE Desktop. 1. The First Login on the KDE Desktop. 2. Working with Windows. 3. Navigating through the File System. 4. Working with Applications. 5. Creating, Editing, and Saving Files. 6. Organizing Your Files. 7. Working with Disks. 8. Accessing the Network. 9. Communication: Web, FTP, Email, and News. 10. Customizing KDE -- Pt. 2. Working on the Command Line. 11. Shells and Consoles. 12. Working with Files on the Shell. 13. Text Editing under a Shell. 14. Putting the Shell to Work. 15. Help Please. 16. Permissions: Protecting and Sharing Your Work. 17. Command Toolbox: Useful Shell Commands and Shortcuts -- Pt. 3. Essential System Tasks under Linux. 18. Users, Groups, and Passwords. 19. Backups: Safeguarding Your Work. 20. Installing Programs and Applications. 21. LISA: Linux Installation and System Administration Utility. 22. System Monitoring: Keeping an Eye on Your System. 23. Sharing Files over the Network. 24. Customizing Your Linux Kernel -- Pt. 4. Appendixes -- App. A. Linux Installation -- App. B. OpenLinux Compatibility Guide.
Review: "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Linux is the perfect balance of information and explanation. Here's how to do it. Here's why. (And you get Linux too!) - simple explanations on how to install and work with Linux, valuable tips on sidestepping common pitfalls, expert advice on crucial Linux tasks, and easy-to-follow instructions to get you up and running quickly."--BOOK JACKET.
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Includes index.

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Pt. 1. Working with Linux in a Graphical Environment -- The KDE Desktop. 1. The First Login on the KDE Desktop. 2. Working with Windows. 3. Navigating through the File System. 4. Working with Applications. 5. Creating, Editing, and Saving Files. 6. Organizing Your Files. 7. Working with Disks. 8. Accessing the Network. 9. Communication: Web, FTP, Email, and News. 10. Customizing KDE -- Pt. 2. Working on the Command Line. 11. Shells and Consoles. 12. Working with Files on the Shell. 13. Text Editing under a Shell. 14. Putting the Shell to Work. 15. Help Please. 16. Permissions: Protecting and Sharing Your Work. 17. Command Toolbox: Useful Shell Commands and Shortcuts -- Pt. 3. Essential System Tasks under Linux. 18. Users, Groups, and Passwords. 19. Backups: Safeguarding Your Work. 20. Installing Programs and Applications. 21. LISA: Linux Installation and System Administration Utility. 22. System Monitoring: Keeping an Eye on Your System. 23. Sharing Files over the Network. 24. Customizing Your Linux Kernel -- Pt. 4. Appendixes -- App. A. Linux Installation -- App. B. OpenLinux Compatibility Guide.

"The Complete Idiot's Guide to Linux is the perfect balance of information and explanation. Here's how to do it. Here's why. (And you get Linux too!) - simple explanations on how to install and work with Linux, valuable tips on sidestepping common pitfalls, expert advice on crucial Linux tasks, and easy-to-follow instructions to get you up and running quickly."--BOOK JACKET.

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