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Symbols
& command (ex), 602
< > command (ex), 602
x (asterisk) bash shell metacharacter, 454
<rs> (backslash) character escapes, 554
! (bang)
   bash shell metacharacter, 454
   ex command, 601
[ ] (brackets)
   bash shell metacharacters, 454
   pattern-matching metacharacters, 554
^ (circumflex) pattern-matching metacharacter, 553
: (colon)
   bash shell command, 472
   csh/tcsh command, 530
   sed command, 611
$ (dollar sign) pattern-matching metacharacter, 553
. (dot)
   bash shell command, 473
   pattern-matching metacharacter, 553
= (equal sign)
   ex command, 602
   gawk assignment, 625
   sed command, 611
# (hash mark)
   bash shell command, 472
   for comments, 611
   csh/tcsh command, 530
#! command
   bash shell command, 472
   csh/tcsh command, 530
- (hyphen) pattern-matching metacharacter, 554
+ (plus sign) pattern-matching metacharacter, 554
? (question mark)
   bash shell metacharacter, 454
   pattern-matching metacharacter, 554
~ (tilde) command (ex), 602
| pattern-matching metacharacter, 554

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a command (sed), 611
abbrev command (ex), 591
abbreviation commands, Emacs, 563
accelerators (see shortcuts)
access mode (see permissions, file)
ad<or>add commands (CVS), 668
addresses
   IP, 19
   line, ex editor, 590
   pattern, sed editor, 609
addsuffix variable (csh/tcsh), 509
AddToMenu variable (fvwm2), 766
administrative files, CVS, 639-648
   variables, 640
adm<or>admin commands (CVS), 653-655
   -o option, use with caution, 654
   specifying ranges, 654
agetty command, 30
alias command (bash), 473
alias command (csh/tcsh), 530
alias modules, 645
aliases, special tcsh, 524
aligned panel, GNOME desktop, 704
alignment, Emacs commands for, 565
alloc command (csh/tcsh), 531
ampersand modules, 645
animation settings
   Enlightenment window manager, 722
   GNOME panel, 711
   Sawfish window manager, 716
ann<or>annotate commands (CVS), 668
apmd command, 30-32
apmd_proxy command, 30
append command (ex), 592
applets
   Desk Guide, 702, 719
   GNOME panel, 704
   Tasklist, 702
application launchers, adding to GNOME panel, 705
applications
   GNOME user interface for, 714
   starting on different desktops (fvwm2), 758
Applications modules, KDE, 732-736
apt-cdrom command (Debian), 432
apt-get command (Debian), 430, 433-436
ar command, 32
arch command, 33
architecture type, 33
archive files, 32, 71-75, 341
archives, CVS (see CVS utility, repositories)
args command (ex), 592
argv variable (csh/tcsh), 509
arithmetic
   bash arithmetic expressions, 468-469
   bc language, 40-45
arithmetic expressions, 465
arp command (TCP/IP), 34
arrays
   gawk and, 625
as command, 34
asterisk (x) bash shell metacharacter, 454
at command, 35
atan2 command (gawk), 626
atq commands, 37
atrm command, 37
attributes, file, 59, 234
$Author keyword (RCS), 686
autocorrect variable (csh/tcsh), 509
autoexpand variable (csh/tcsh), 510
autolist variable (csh/tcsh), 510
autologout variable (csh/tcsh), 510
autoraising focus window, fvwm2, 754
awk program, 552, 555, 619
   (see also gawk scripting language)

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b command (sed), 612
background jobs, 473, 529
backslash_quote variable (csh/tcsh), 510
backslash (<rs>) character escapes, 554
Backspace key
   bash and, 455
   Emacs and, 558
backups (see archive files)
badblocks command, 38
bang (see !)
banner command, 38
Base directory (CVS), 660
basename command, 39
Baserev file (CVS), 660
bash command, 40
bash shell, 4, 449-499
   built-in commands, 472-498
   (see also shells)
batch command, 39
batch execution at specified date/time, 75
bc language, 40-45
bdflush command, 371
Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD), 3, 6
bg command (bash), 473
bg command (csh/tcsh), 531
biff command, 45
BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain), 21-22
bind command (bash), 473
bindkey command (tcsh), 531
/bin/echo command (see echo command)
bison command, 45
blocks, searching for bad, 38
blocksize, changing, 84
boot loaders, 400
boot methods, 399-417
boot parameters, 411, 415
boot sectors, 400
bootpd command (TCP/IP), 46-48
bootpgw command, 48
bootptest command (TCP/IP), 48
border properties, KDE, 737
brackets (see [ ])
branches, revision control, 636
   admin command and, 654
   log command and, 675
branching commands, sed, 611
break command (bash), 474
break command (csh/tcsh), 532
break command (gawk), 626
breaking text lines, 124
breaksw command (csh/tcsh), 532
BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution), 3, 6
buffers
   Emacs commands for, 564
   writing to disk, 337
built-in command (bash), 474
built-ins command (tcsh), 532
bunzip2 command, 49
button bar, fvwm2, 751
   multiple desktops, specifying, 755
button settings, GNOME panel, 711
bye command (tcsh), 532
bzcat command, 49
bzip2 command, 49
bzip2recover command, 49

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c command (sed), 612
C- commands, Emacs, 567-569
   C-s command (Emacs), 559
C programming language
   cpp preprocessor, 53-58
   debugging, 146-148
   gcc compiler, 138-145
C++ command (see g++ command)
C++ programming language, 136
   debugging, 146-148
cal command, 50
calendar, 50
capitalization (see case)
capplets, GNOME, 707
cardctl command, 50
cardmgr command, 51
cascading menus, fvwm2, 752
case (capitalization)
   converting, 84
   Emacs commands for, 563
case command (csh/tcsh), 532
cat command, 52
cc command (see gcc compiler)
cd command (bash), 475
cd command (csh/tcsh), 532
cd command (ex), 592
centering, Emacs commands for, 565
cfdisk command, 58
chains (rule sets), 25
   ipchains and, 181-186
   iptables and, 192-201
change command (ex), 592
characters
   counting in file, 379
   keyboard repeat speed, 204
   metacharacters (see metacharacters)
   special (see special characters)
   special Emacs shell mode, 565
   translating between strings, 362
   underlining, 368
chattr command, 59
chdir command (csh/tcsh), 533
checking spelling, 201
Checkin.prog file (CVS), 660
checkout command (CVS), 669
checkoutlist file (CVS), 641
checksum, calculating, 335
chfn command (NFS/NIS), 60
chgrp command, 61
chmod command, 61
chown command, 64
chpasswd command, 64
chroot command, 65
chsh command, 65
ci command (CVS) (see com/commit commands (CVS))
ci command (RCS), 684, 689
circumflex (^) pattern-matching metacharacter, 553
cksum command, 65
classifying files by type, 115
clear command, 66
ClickToFocus policy (fvwm2), 753
   autoraise feature and, 754
client configuration files, 659
clocks, 11
close command (gawk), 626
cmp command, 66
co command (CVS) (see checkout command (CVS))
co command (RCS), 684, 691
code snapshots, importing, 649
col command, 66
colcrt command, 67
color schemes, KDE, 737
color variable (csh/tcsh), 510
colrm command, 67
column command, 68
columns
   deleting, 67, 80
   formatting input into, 68
   merging text lines into, 271
comm command, 68
command command (bash), 475
command history (see history, command)
command line
   ex editor options, 580
   gawk language syntax, 620
   processing arguments on, 480
   sed editor syntax, 608
   vi editor options, 579
command mode (vi), 577
   list of keys, 588-590
command substitution (csh/tcsh), 521
command variable (csh/tcsh), 510
command-line editing
   bash commands for, 455-459
   csh/tcsh commands for, 525-528
commands
   aliases for, 473
   bash shell, 460, 472-498
   completion (see completion)
   csh and tcsh, 505-506, 529-550
   CVS administrator, 652-655
   CVS user, 666-683
   Debian Package Manager, 432-445
   Emacs, 560-575
   ex editor, 590-603
   executing
      after hangup, 268
      from standard input, 39
      on remote hosts, 305
   FTP, 129-135
   gawk language, 626-633
   gdb (GNU debugger), 147
   Linux, 3
   list of basic, 6-10
   mail, 236-239
   NIS, 386-392
   nslookup utility, 269
   searching for, 481
   sed editor, 609-618
   shell, 448-449
   system administration, 11-16
   TCP/IP administration, 17
   telnet, 348
   TFTP, 358
   troubleshooting TCP/IP, 23
   vi editor syntax, 578-588
commitinfo file (CVS), 641
   (see also loginfo file)
communication commands, 6
comparing files, 66, 68, 90-94, 108, 393
   (see also operators)
comparison commands, 7
compiling C source files, 138-145
complete command (tcsh), 533
complete variable (csh/tcsh), 510
completion
   bash commands for, 456
   csh/tcsh commands for, 524
comp.os.linux.admin, xii
comp.os.linux.announce, xii
comp.os.linux.development, xii
comp.os.linux.help, xii
comp.os.linux.misc, xii
comp.os.linux.networking, xii
compress command, 69, 162
compression, file
   bzip2 command, 49
   changing .Z files to .gz, 398
   compress command, 69
   gzexe command, 162
   uncompress command, 369
   zcat command, 392
<Do>COMSPEC environment variable, 657
com<or>commit commands (CVS), 669
Concurrent Versions System (see CVS utility)
conditional expressions, 465
config file (CVS), 642
configuration applications, GNOME, 707
configuring TCP/IP, 22
conflicts and merging, revision control, 635
contents, file (see files)
continue command (bash), 475
continue command (csh/tcsh), 534
continue command (gawk), 627
Control Center, GNOME (see GNOME, Control Center)
Control Center, KDE (see KDE, Control Center)
converting .Z files to .gz, 398
Cookies tab, KDE Control Center, 734
coprocesses, 462
copy command (ex), 592
copying files, 69, 84, 180, 291
   file archives, 71-75
copying text, vi commands for, 584
copyleft (see GPL)
CORBA and GNOME, 701
correct variable (csh/tcsh), 510
corrupted files, 65
cos command (gawk), 627
counting text file elements, 379
cp command, 69
cpio command, 71-75
cpp preprocessor, 53-58
   imake interface, 174-177
CPU load (see performance)
CRC (cyclic redundancy check), 65
cron command, 75
crontab command, 75
csh shell, 76, 449, 500-529
   sample .cshrc file, 515
   (see also shells)
csplit command, 76
ctags command, 78
current
   time and date, 81
   working directory, 289
cursor movement
   Emacs commands for, 561
   vi commands for, 581-583
CursorMove variable (fvwm2), 763
customizing Linux session, 447
cut command, 80
cutting (see yanking and pasting)
<Do>CVS_CLIENT_LOG environment variable, 657
<Do>CVS_CLIENT_PORT environment variable, 657
<Do>CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT environment variable, 657
<Do>CVS_PASSFILE environment variable, 657
<Do>CVS_RCMD_PORT environment variable, 657
<Do>CVS_RSH environment variable, 658
<Do>CVS_SERVER environment variable, 658
<Do>CVS_SERVER_SLEEP environment variable, 658
CVS utility, 5, 634-683
   administrator commands, 652-655
   administrator reference, 638-655
   basic concepts, 634-636
   branches/forks, 636
   client configuration files, 659
   client options, common, 662
   command format, 636
   confusing aspects of, 637
   date formats, 664
   environment variables, 657
   global options
      client, 661
      common, 637
      server, 652
   importing
      code snapshots, 649
      entire projects, 649
      from PVCS, 651
      from RCS, 650
      from SCCS, 651
   keyword substitutions, 664
   locking model, 635
   logical modules, 645
   merging model, 635
   repositories, 634
      changing directories/files, 648
      configuration information, 642
      creating, 638
      initializing, 655
      notification of changes to, 644
      structure of, 639-648
   repository locators, 647, 652, 655
   sandboxes, 634
      creating, 659
      directories/files in, 660
      interim shared, 651
      release -d command, use with caution, 677
   security issues, 639
   specifying ranges, 654
   tracking files, 636
   user commands, 666-683
   user reference, 655-683
<Do>CVSEDITOR environment variable, 658
cvsignore administrative file, 643
.cvsignore configuration file, 659
<Do>CVSIGNORE environment variable, 658
.cvspass file, 659
.cvsrc file, 659
<Do>CVSREAD environment variable, 658
CVSROOT directory, 639-641
   administrative files in, 640-648
<Do>CVSROOT environment variable, 658
<Do>CVSUMASK environment variable, 658
cvswrappers administrative file, 643
.cvswrappers configuration file, 659
<Do>CVSWRAPPERS environment variable, 658
cwd variable (csh/tcsh), 510
cyclic redundancy check (CRC), 65

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d command (sed), 612
D command (sed), 613
daemons, 17
   commands for, 11
   NFS, 26
   routing, 21
data transmission, verifying, 335
date (see time and date)
date command, 81
$Date keyword (RCS), 686
dbm files, 247
dd command, 84
Debian Package Manager
   commands, 432-445
   files, 430
   package flags, 431
   package/selection states, 431
   packaging tools, 430
   shell/Perl scripts, 432
debugfs command, 85
debugging
   ext2 file system, 85
   gdb (GNU debugger), 146-148
declare command (bash), 475
declaring variables/arrays (gawk), 625
default command (csh/tcsh), 534
Del key
   bash and, 455
   Emacs and, 558
delete command (CVS) (see remove command (CVS))
delete command (ex), 592
delete command (gawk), 627
deleting
   columns, 67, 80
   directories, 300
   duplicate text lines, 370
   Emacs commands for, 561
   files, 299
   print jobs from queue, 229
   queued jobs, 37
   rotating log files, 222
   vi commands for, 584
dependency file, 88
depmod command, 88
description file (see make utility)
Desk Guide applet, 702
Desk variable (fvwm2), 763
desktop background
   Enlightenment window manager settings, 723
   GNOME settings, 708
   KDE settings, 736
desktop customizations, 3
desktop environments
   GNOME, 701-723
   KDE, 724-747
Desktop folder, KDE, 728
desktop icons
   adding to GNOME desktop, 703
   displaying on KDE desktop, 737
   movement/placement on GNOME panel, 711
desktop links
   adding applications to KDE panel, 731
   adding to KDE desktop, 727
   configuring for KDE, 728
   setting colors for, 733
Desktop modules, KDE, 736-740
desktop pager, KDE, 731
desktop tools, fvwm2, 751
desktops, multiple (fvwm2), 755
/dev/initrd file, 417
dextract variable (csh/tcsh), 510
df command, 88
dialogs, GNOME user interface for, 715
dictionary, spelling, 201
diff command, 90
diff command (CVS), 670
diff3 command, 93
dip command, 94
dir variable (csh/tcsh), 511
directives, cpp, 56
directories
   changing, 475
   copying files into, 180
   creating, 253
   current working, 289
   deleting, 300
   listing contents of, 231-234
   lost+found, 255
   printing names of, 98
   renaming, 262
   root, 65
   running all scripts in, 306
   stacking, 476
dirname command, 98
dirs command (bash), 476
dirs command (csh/tcsh), 535
dirstack variable (csh/tcsh), 510
disk navigator, KDE, 736
disks
   booting information, 400
   copying archives to, 71-75
   formatting, 110
   parameters, 315, 403
   partitioning, 58, 110
   space on (see memory)
   usage information for, 290
   writing filesystem buffers to, 337
disown command (bash), 476
display (see terminals)
displaying
   escape sequences, 66
   reverse linefeeds, 66
distributing software, package for, 305
distribution of Linux, 5
di<or>dif commands (CVS) (see diff command (CVS))
dmesg command, 98
DNS (Domain Name System), 21-22
dnsdomainname command (TCP/IP), 98
do command (gawk), 627
documentation, xii
   Emacs, 566
   info files, 178
   man pages, 32, 249
   TCP/IP, 19
dollar sign ($) pattern-matching metacharacter, 553
domainname command (NFS/NIS), 98
domains, 27
dosfsck command, 99
dpkg command (Debian), 430, 436-441
dpkg-deb command (Debian), 430, 441
dpkg-split command (Debian), 443
DPMS (Display Power Management System), KDE, 738
dselect command (Debian), 430, 444
dspmbyte variable (csh/tcsh), 510
du command, 100
dual booting
   Linux and Windows 95/98, 400
   Linux and Windows NT/2000, 412-415
dumpe2fs command, 101
dumpkeys command, 101
dunique variable (csh/tcsh), 510

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e2fsck command, 102
echo command, 103
echo command (bash), 476
echo command (csh/tcsh), 535
echo_style variable (csh/tcsh), 510
echo variable (csh/tcsh), 510
echotc command (csh/tcsh), 535
ed editor, 552, 555
edge panel, GNOME desktop, 704
EdgeResistance variable (fvwm2), 759-761
EdgeScroll variable (fvwm2), 760
edit command (CVS), 670
edit command (ex), 593
editing
   on command line, 525-528, 610
   vi commands for, 583-585
<Do>EDITOR environment variable (CVS), 658
editor, GNOME default, 712
editors command (CVS), 671
egrep command, 104, 555
   metacharacters for, 552
electronic mail (see mail)
ellipsis variable (csh/tcsh), 510
Emacs editor, 5, 105, 558-575
Emacs mode (csh/tcsh), 525
Emacs-style commands, 455-457
email messages
   automatic replies to, 377
   encoding binary files for, 376
encoded files, recreating original file, 376
Enlightenment window manager
   desktop components, moving, 722
   focus behavior of windows, 721
   shortcuts, setting, 723
   sounds, enabling, 722
   themes, selecting, 723
   tooltips, displaying, 722
   virtual desktops, creating, 721, 723
   window focus and movement, 720
Entries files (CVS), 661
env command, 105
environment variables, 105, 515
   CVS utility, 657
   printing values of, 284
escape characters (see special characters)
escape sequences, displaying, 66
etags command, 105
/etc/passwd file, 447
/etc/group file, 61, 158-160
/etc/gshadow file, 159
/etc/lilo.conf file, 401-409, 415
/etc/passwd file, 64
   changing information in, 60, 387
   creating new accounts, 373
   deleting a user's entries, 374
   deleting corrupt entries in, 288
   modifying account information, 375
/etc/rpmrc file, 419
/etc/shadow file, 289
eval command (csh/tcsh), 536
evaluating expressions, 107, 356
ex<or>exp commands (CVS) (see export command (CVS))
ex editor, 106, 555, 590-603
   metacharacters for, 552
exclamation point (see ! (bang))
exec command (bash), 478
exec command (csh/tcsh), 537
execute permissions (see permissions, file)
exit command (bash), 478
exit command (csh/tcsh), 537
exit command (gawk), 627
exiting ex editor, 581
exp command (gawk), 627
expand command, 107
export command (bash), 478
export command (CVS), 671
exporting filesystems, 26
expr command, 107
expression evaluation, 465
~/.exrc file, 576
ext2 file system
   debugging an, 85
   e2fsck command and, 102
   formatting device as, 254
   tuning the parameters of, 366
external repository locator, 655
exusage command (ex), 593

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false command, 110
fc command (bash), 470, 479
fdformat command, 110
fdisk command, 110
fetchmail command, 111-115
fflush command (gawk), 627
fg command (bash), 480
fg command (csh/tcsh), 537
fgrep command, 115
file command, 115
file command (ex), 593
file management commands, 7
File Transfer Protocol (FTP), 128-135
filec variable (csh), 511
filename patterns, 639
   commitinfo file and, 641
   cvsignore file and, 643
   rcsinfo file and, 647
   taginfo file and, 648
filenames, pattern matching, 503, 552
files
   access and modification times, updating, 361
   archive (see archive files)
   attributes, 59, 234
   for bash shell, 454
   binary, converting for email, 376
   calculating checksum for, 335
   checking, 65, 274
   classifying by type, 115
   comparing, 66, 68, 90-94, 393
   compression of, 49, 69, 162, 369, 392
      changing .Z files to .gz, 398
   copying, 69, 84, 291
   counting elements of, 379
   csh/tcsh, 503
   Debian package management, 430
   deleting, 299
   dependency, 88
   Emacs commands for, 560
   encoded, recreating original file, 376
   identifying processes using, 135
   imake configuration, 176
   joining lines, 203
   listing, 231-234
      those to be executed, 381
   locking, 220
   mail-related, 240
   maintaining over multiple hosts, 292-295
   merging changes in (CVS), 635
   merging lines of, 271
   object (see object files)
   ownership, 64
   page formatting, 282
   paging through, 212-219, 257-259
   permissions (see permissions, file)
   printing, 52, 164, 227-229, 338-339
   pseudonyms for (see symbolic links)
   removing duplicate lines from, 370
   renaming, 262
   revision control
      CVS utility, 634-683
      RCS utility, 683-700
   searching contents of, 104, 115, 153, 224, 393
   searching for, 116-121, 220
   sectioning, 76, 323
   sorting contents of, 321
   testing, 356
   time conversion, 394
   transferring, 128-135, 358
   vi commands for, 586
filesystems
   administration commands for, 13
   checking, 127
   checking MS-DOS, 99
   constructing, 254
   identifying processes using, 135
   MINIX, 128, 255
   mounting, 259-262
   NFS, 26-28
   rebooting, 295
   second extended, 85, 102, 254, 366
   unmounting, 368
   writing buffers to disk, 337
filetest command (tcsh), 538
filtering rules (netfilter), 192-201
find command, 116-121
finding (see searching)
finger command, 60, 121, 387
fingerd command, 121
firewalls, 23-25
   ipchains and, 181-186
   ipfwadm and, 187-191
   iptables and, 192-201
flags, package, 431
flex command, 122
floating panel, GNOME desktop, 705
floppies, booting from, 400
fmt command, 123
focus behavior in windows
   Enlightenment window manager, 720
   fvwm2, 753
   KDE, 746
   Sawfish window manager, 716
FocusFollowsMouse policy (fvwm2), 753
fold command, 124
font settings, KDE, 737
foot menu, GNOME, 706
for command (gawk), 627
for loops, 480
foreach command (csh/tcsh), 538
foreground jobs, 480, 529
forks, revision control, 636
formail command, 124-126
format
   disk, 110
   files as pages, 282
   mailbox, filtering stdin into, 124-126
   tcsh prompt, 514
   time and date, 81
free command, 126
Free Software Foundation (FSF), 3, 5
freeze command (CVS) (see ta<or>tag commands (CVS))
fsck command, 127
fsck.ext2 command, 99
fsck.minix command, 128
ftp command, 128-135
function command (gawk), 628
functions
   bc language, 43
   ctags command, 78-106
   function bindings, 473
   make utility, 245
fuser command, 135
fvwm2 window manager, 748-769
   AddToMenu variable, 766
   autoraising focus window, 754
   cascading menus, 752
   configuration files, 749
   CursorMove variable, 763
   customizations
      .fvwm2rc file and, 749
      implementing, 751
   Desk variable, 763
   desktop size, changing, 754
   desktop tools, 751
   EdgeResistance Variable, 759-761
   EdgeScroll variable, 760
   focus policies
      ClickToFocus, 753
      FocusFollowsMouse, 753
      SloppyFocus, 753
   grids, 748, 751, 754
   keyboard shortcuts, 761-765
   menus, customizing, 766
   modules
      FvwmAuto, 754
      FvwmButtons, 751, 755
      FvwmIconMan, 751
      FvwmPager module, 750-753
      FvwmWinList, 750, 766-769
      Icon Manager, 751
      Pager, 750-753, 755
      WinList, 750, 766-769
   moving pointer with keystrokes, 763
   moving the pointer easily, 759-761
   multiple desktops, specifying, 755
   paging options, changing, 760
   restarting, 751
   Root menu, 752
      customizing the, 765
   Scroll variable, 762
   starting applications on different desktops, 758
   Style variable
      focus policies and, 753
      starting applications on different desktops, 758
      sticky windows and, 757
   switching from GNOME or KDE to, 749
   virtual screens, 748, 751
.fvwm2rc configuration file, 749
   autoraising focus window, 754
   EdgeScroll variable and, 761
   keyboard shortcuts and, 761-765
   starting applications on different desktops, 758
   sticky windows and, 757
FvwmAuto module, 754
FvwmButtons module, 751
   multiple desktops, specifying, 755
FvwmIconMan module, 751
FvwmPager module, 750-753
FvwmWinList module, 750, 766-769
   making it part of default environment, 768

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G command (sed), 613
g command (sed), 613
g++ command, 136
gated daemon, 21, 136
gateways, 20
gawk scripting language, 138, 619-633
   (see also awk program)
gawk utility, 5
gcc compiler, 138-145
gdb debugger, 146-148
gdc command (TCP/IP), 148
General Public License (GPL), 5
gensub command (gawk), 628
get command (CVS) (see checkout command)
getkeycodes command, 151
getline command (gawk), 628
getopts command (bash), 480
getty command, 151
ghostscript command, 160-161
gid variable (csh/tcsh), 511
glob command (csh/tcsh), 538
global command (ex), 593
global key mappings, KDE, 741
GNOME, 701-723
   applets, 702, 704
   configuration applications, 707
   configuration options, setting, 703
   Control Center, 707-723
      Animation tab, 711
      Buttons tab, 711
      desktop settings, 708
      document handlers, 712
      keyboard settings, 713
      Menu tab, 712
      Miscellaneous tab, 712
      mouse settings, 714
      multimedia settings, 713
      Panel Objects tab, 711
      panel settings, 710-712
      startup programs, 714
      user interface settings, 714
   CORBA and, 701
   default editor, 712
   desktop customization, 707-723
   desktop icons, adding, 703
   Enlightenment window manager (see Enlightenment window manager)
   help files, 713
   main menu, 706
      customizing the, 707
   menu editor, 707
   panels
      adding application launchers, 705
      configuring, 705, 710-712
      creating new, 704
      settings for, 704
   Sawfish window manager (see Sawfish window manager)
   screensavers, 709
   shortcuts, adding, 704
   themes, selecting, 709
   window managers used with, 701
GNOME desktop, 5
.gnome-desktop directory, 703
GNOME-RPM, 428-430
gnorpm command, 428-430
GNU C preprocessor, 53-58
GNU Network Object Model Environment (see GNOME)
GNU project, 3
goto command (csh/tcsh), 538
GPL (General Public License), 5
gprof command, 152
graphing system load average, 359
grep command, 153, 555
   metacharacters for, 552
grids, fvwm2, 748, 751, 754
groff command, 155-158
group variable (csh/tcsh), 511
groupadd command, 158
groupdel command, 158
groupmod command, 158
groups, 61, 266
   displaying for user, 159
groups command, 159
grpck command, 159
grpconv command, 160
grpunconv command, 160
gs command, 160-161
GSS-API server repository locator, 655
gsub command (gawk), 629
gunzip command, 162
gzexe command, 162
gzip command, 162

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H command (sed), 614
h command (sed), 613
halt command, 164
hardware, commands for, 12
hash command (bash), 481
hashstat command (csh/tcsh), 539
head command, 164
$Header keyword (RCS), 686
Helix GNOME Desktop, 715
help command (CVS), 671
help command (ex), 593
help, Emacs commands for, 566
   (see also documentation)
help, online, xiii
hi/his commands (CVS) (see history command (CVS))
histdup variable (csh/tcsh), 511
histfile variable (csh/tcsh), 511
histlit variable (csh/tcsh), 511
history, command
   bash shell, 455, 458, 466
   csh and tcsh, 520-524
   fc command, 479
history command (csh/tcsh), 539
history command (CVS), 672-673
   record types, 673
history file (CVS), 643
history of Linux, 1
history variable (csh/tcsh), 511
<Do>HOME environment variable (CVS), 658
<Do>HOMEDRIVE environment variable (CVS), 658
<Do>HOMEPATH environment variable (CVS), 658
host command, 165-168
host machine, 168
hostid command, 168
hostname command, 168
hosts
   accessing remote (see telnet)
   administration commands for, 12
   command execution on remote, 305
   getting information on, 165-168, 306, 338
   listing users logged on to, 307
   logging in remotely, 298-299
   maintaining files over multiple, 292-295
   pinging, 276
   sending message to users on, 307
   tracing packet routes to, 365
hup command (tcsh), 539
hwclock command, 168
hyphen (-) pattern-matching metacharacter, 554

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i command (sed), 614
ibase keyword, 41
icmpinfo command (TCP/IP), 169
Icon Manager module, fvwm2, 751
icons, desktop (see desktop icons)
id command, 170
$Id keyword (RCS), 686
ident command (RCS), 693
if command (bash), 482
if command (csh/tcsh), 540
if command (gawk), 629
ifconfig command, 172
ifconfig command (Linux), 22
ignore variable (csh/tcsh), 510
ignoreeof variable (csh/tcsh), 511
im<or>imp commands (CVS) (see import command (CVS))
imake interface, 174-177
Imakefile file, 177
implicitcd variable (csh/tcsh), 511
import command (CVS), 674
   status codes, 674
incremental search commands, 563
indentation, Emacs commands for, 565
index command (gawk), 629
inetd daemon, 177
inetd.conf file, 655
info command, 178
   (see also documentation)
Information modules, KDE, 740
init command, 179
init command (CVS), 655
initrd and RAM disks, 417
inoclobber variable (csh/tcsh), 512
input
   commands from stdin, 39, 384
   filtering into mailbox format, 124-126
   redirection (see redirection)
   terminal I/O options, 329-334
   translating stdin to stdout, 362
Input Devices modules, KDE, 741
insert command (ex), 594
insert mode (vi), 577
insmod command, 180
install command, 180
installation
   administration commands for, 13
installing software, package for, 305
int command (gawk), 629
integrity, system, 15
interactive shell use, 447
Internet Protocol (see TCP/IP)
I/O processing commands (sed), 610
IP (see TCP/IP)
IP addresses, 19
   firewalls, 24
      ipfwadm and, 187-191
ipchains utility, Version 2.2 kernel, 24, 181, 187
ipchains-restore command, 186
ipchains-save command, 186
ipfwadm command, Version 2.0 kernel, 24, 187-191
iptables command, Version 2.4 kernel, 24, 187, 192-201
iptables-restore command, 25, 201
iptables-save command, 25, 201
IRC Network, OpenProjects, xiii
ispell command, 201

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job control, 529
jobs, 37
   background/foreground, 473, 480, 529
   bash shell and, 498
   printing (see printing)
jobs command (bash), 482
jobs command (csh/tcsh), 540
join command, 203
join command (ex), 594

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k command (ex), 594
kbd_mode command, 204
kbdrate command, 204
KDE (K Desktop Environment), 724-747
   application windows, 726
   border properties, setting, 737
   color schemes, selecting, 737
   Control Center, 732-747
      Applications modules, 732-736
      Desktop modules, 736-740
      Information modules, 740
      Input Devices modules, 741
      Keyboard Shortcuts modules, 741
      Sound modules, 742
      Window Behavior modules, 743-747
   Desktop folder, 728
   desktop icons
      and links, 725
      displaying, 737
   desktop pager, 731
   font settings, 737
   installing, 724
   keyboard settings, 741, 743
   kfm (KDE file manager), 726-729
      configuration settings for, 733
      cookie management, 734
      disk navigator and, 736
      web browsing functionality, 733
   kwm (KDE window manager), 731
   language settings, 739
   login manager, 732
   mouse settings, 741, 744
   panel, 730-732
      adding application links to, 731
      configuration settings for, 734-736
      running applications on, 732
   screensavers, 739
   taskbar, 731
   theme manager, 738
   titlebars, 743-747
   tooltips, displaying, 735
   virtual desktops, 731, 736
   window focus settings, 746
   window list, 731
.kdelnk files, 728
   disk navigator and, 736
Kerberos 4 server repository locator, 655
kernels, 2
   administration commands for, 14
   boot-time options, 415
   IP firewalling/masquerading, 24
      ipfwadm and, 187-191
      iptables and, 192-201
   modular, 417
   printing exported symbols, 208
   setting video mode, 378
key bindings, 473
key mappings, KDE, 741
keyboard
   dumpkeys command, 101
   GNOME settings, 713
   KDE settings, 741, 743
   key repeat speed, 204
   mode, 204
   shortcuts (see shortcuts)
Keyboard Shortcuts modules, KDE, 741
keyword substitutions, CVS, 664
keywords, RCS, 685
kfm (KDE file manager) (see KDE, kfm)
kill command, 205
kill command (bash), 483
kill command (csh/tcsh), 540
killall command, 206
killall5 command, 207
killing processes, 205
klogd command, 207
kpanel program, 730
ksyms command, 208
kwm (KDE window manager), 731

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l command (sed), 614
language settings, KDE, 739
last keyword, 41
lastlog command, 208
launcher icons
   adding applications to GNOME panel, 705
   adding to GNOME desktop, 703
ld (link editor), 209
ldconfig command, 211
ldd command, 212
length command (gawk), 629
less command, 212-219
let command (bash), 483
lgn command (CVS) (see login command (CVS))
libraries
   generating, 32
   linking with, 209
   viewing contents of, 267
licenses, 5
lilo command, 401
   options, 409
LILO (Linux Loader), 4, 400
   configuration file, 401-409
      global options, 403-406
      image options, 406
      kernel options, 407
limit command (csh/tcsh), 541
line addresses (ex), 590
line-edit mode (bash), 469
lines, text
   breaking, 124
   comparing, 68, 90-94
   counting, 379
   merging into columns, 271
   printing, 164, 339
   removing duplicate, 370
   searching, 104, 153, 224
links (see symbolic links)
links, desktop (see desktop links)
Linux
   commands, 3, 6-10
   dual booting with Windows systems, 400, 412-415
   history of, 1
   source code, 5
Linux Documentation Project, xii
Linux Journal, xii
Linux Magazine, xii
Linux User Groups (LUG), xiii
list command (ex), 594
listflags variable (csh/tcsh), 511
listjobs variable (csh/tcsh), 511
listlinks variable (csh/tcsh), 511
listmax variable (csh/tcsh), 511
listmaxrows variable (csh/tcsh), 511
ln command, 219
lo command (CVS) (see log command (CVS))
load, system (see performance)
loaders, boot, 400
loading modules, 180, 256
   unloading, 301
Loadlin, 4
   booting from MS-DOS, 411
   options, 412
local command (bash), 483
local repository locator, 655
locate command, 220
$Locker keyword (RCS), 686
lockfile command, 220
locking model, CVS/RCS utilities, 635
log command (csh/tcsh), 542
log command (CVS), 675-676
   date range specifications, 675
log command (gawk), 629
log files, rotating, 222
$Log keyword (RCS), 686
logged-in users, report on, 307
logger command (TCP/IP), 221
logging in, 299
logical modules (CVS), 645
logical operators, 108
login command, 222
login command (csh/tcsh), 542
login command (CVS), 676
login manager, KDE, 732
login shell (see shells)
loginfo file (CVS), 644
   (see also commitinfo file)
logname command, 222
logon command (CVS) (see login command (CVS))
logout command (bash), 484
logout command (csh/tcsh), 542
logout command (CVS), 676
logrotate command, 222
look command, 224
loops, 474, 480
lowercase (see case)
lpc command, 225
lpd daemon, 226
lpq command, 227
lpr command, 228
lprm command, 229
lpstat command, 229
lptest command, 230
ls command, 231-234
lsattr command, 234
lsmod command, 234
ls-F command (tcsh), 542
LUG (Linux User Groups), xiii

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M- commands, Emacs, 569-570
m4 processor, 234
machine
   architecture type, 33
   remote (see remote)
   uptime for, 307
macros
   ctags command, 78-106
   Emacs commands, 565
   m4 processor, 234
   make utility, 244
   vi commands for, 587
magic file, 115
mail, 235-240
   administration commands for, 13
   bash shell variables for, 467
   filtering stdin to mailbox format, 124-126
   notifying user of incoming, 45
   printing aliases, 284
   remote, 300
   retrieving from mail servers, 111-115
mail variable (csh/tcsh), 511
mailq command, 240
.mailrc file, 239
mailstats command, 240
main menu, GNOME, 706
make utility, 241-247
   imake interface, 174-177
makedbm command, 247
makedepend utility (imake), 175
makemap command, 248
man command, 249
man pages, 249
   searching, 32, 380
   (see also documentation)
managers, package, 418-445
manpath command, 251
map command (ex), 594
maps, NIS, 27, 389
mark command (ex), 595
masquerading, 23-25
   ipchains and, 181-186
   ipfwadm and, 187-191
   iptables and, 192-201
master boot records (MBRs), 400
match command (gawk), 630
matchbeep variable (csh/tcsh), 512
MDI (Multiple Document Interface) and GNOME, 715
memory, 126
   disk usage, 100
   free disk space, 88
menu editor, GNOME, 707
menu panel, GNOME desktop, 705
menu settings, GNOME panel, 712
merge command, 251-252
merging model, CVS utility, 635
mesg command, 252
messages
   sending to all users on host, 307
   system, 98, 207
   to terminals, 252
   writing to all users, 379
metacharacters, 552-555
   filename matching, 503, 552
   (see also characters)
mime types, setting (GNOME), 713
mimencode command, 252-253
MINIX filesystems, 128, 255
mkdir command, 253
mkdirhier utility (imake), 176
mke2fs command, 254
mkexrc command (ex), 595
mkfs command, 254
mkfs.minix command, 255
mklost+found command, 255
mkraid command, 255
mkswap command, 256
mmencode command, 252-253
modes, Emacs, 559
modprobe command, 256
modular kernels, 417
modules
   fvwm2 window manager, 750
   KDE Control Center, 732-747
   listing, 234
   loading, 180, 256
   unloading, 301
modules file (CVS), 645
more command, 257-259
mount command, 259-262
mounting filesystems, 26, 259-262
   unmounting, 368
mouse
   GNOME settings, 714
   KDE settings, 741, 744
move command (ex), 595
movement commands
   Emacs, 561
   vi, 581-583
multimedia settings, GNOME, 713
mv command, 262

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N command (sed), 615
n command (sed), 614
name service, 21-22
named daemon, 263
namei command, 264
names
   creating file pseudonyms, 219
   ctags command, 78-106
   domain names, 22
   of Emacs commands, 570-575
   files and directories, 262
   hostnames, 168
   usernames, 222
netdate command (TCP/IP), 265
netfilter filtering rules, 192-201
netstat command (TCP/IP), 265
networking, 17-18
   administration commands for, 14
   firewalls and masquerading, 23-25
      ipchains and, 181-186
      ipfwadm and, 187-191
      iptables and, 192-201
   getting network status, 265, 338
   TCP/IP, 18-23
new command (CVS) (see ad<or>add commands (CVS))
newgrp command, 266
newgrp command (csh/tcsh), 542
newsgroups, Usenet, xii
newusers command, 266
next command (ex), 595
next command (gawk), 630
nextfile command (gawk), 630
NFS (Network File System), 26-28
nice command, 266
nice command (csh/tcsh), 543
NIS (Network Information Service), 27-28
   administration commands for, 15
   commands, 386-392
nm command, 267
noglob variable (csh/tcsh), 512
nohup command, 268
nohup command (csh/tcsh), 543
nonomatch variable (csh/tcsh), 512
notification of incoming mail, 45
notify command (csh/tcsh), 543
notify file (CVS), 646
Notify files (CVS), 661
nslookup utility (TCP/IP), 268-279
number command (ex), 595
numbering revisions (RCS), 687
numbers
   bash arithmetic expressions, 468-469
   bc language for, 40-45
   evaluating expressions, 107
   line numbers/addresses, 583, 590
   octal, for permissions, 63

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obase keyword, 41
object files
   generating, 34
   profile data, 152
   size of, 320
   symbol table for, 267
octal numbers for permissions, 63
onintr command (csh/tcsh), 543
online documentation (see man pages)
online help, xiii
open command (ex), 595
OpenProjects IRC network, xiii
operators, 107
   bash shell, 463-465, 468
   bc language, 44
   csh and tcsh, 518-520
   gawk scripting language, 625
ORBit package and GNOME, 701
output
   echo command (bash), 476
   paging through, 212-219, 257-259
   printing files to stdout, 52, 338
   redirection (see redirection)
   tee command, 346
   terminal I/O options, 329-334
   translating stdin to stdout, 362
owd variable (csh/tcsh), 512
ownership, file, 64
   (see also permissions, file)

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p command (sed), 615
P command (sed), 615
pa<or>patch commands (CVS) (see rdiff command (CVS))
package flags, 431
package managers, 418-445
packaging tools, Debian, 430
Pager module, fvwm2, 750-753
   multiple desktops, specifying, 755
panel, KDE (see KDE, panel)
Panel menu, GNOME, 705-706
panels, GNOME (see GNOME, panels)
paragraphs, Emacs and, 562, 565
parameter files, Loadlin, 411
parameters
   boot, 411, 415
   disk, 403
partitioning disks, 58, 110
passwd file (CVS), 647
password server (CVS) (see pserver)
passwords, 64, 288-289, 389
paste command, 271
patch command, 272
path
   current working directory, 289
   man page, 251
<Do>PATH environment variable (CVS), 658
pathchk command, 274
pattern addressing (sed), 609
pattern-matching, 464, 551-557
   bash operators for, 464
   gawk language and, 622-624
   (see also regular expressions)
patterns, filename (see filename patterns)
PCMCIA sockets, controlling, 50-52
pending jobs (see jobs)
performance
   CPU load, 360
   graphing system load average, 359
   setting keyboard repeat speed, 204
Perl
   language, 276
   scripts, 432
permissions, file
   changing, 61
   file ownership, 64
   groups, 61, 266
   octal numbers for, 63
pidof command, 276
PIDs (process identifiers), 205, 276
   (see also processes)
ping command, 276
pinging hosts, 276
.plan file, 121
plus sign (+) pattern-matching metacharacter, 554
pointer focus model, fvwm2, 753
pointer, moving with keystrokes (fvwm2), 763
popd command (bash), 484
popd command (csh/tcsh), 544
POSIX character lists, 554
power management system, KDE, 738
powerd daemon, 279
PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol), 22, 280
pppd daemon, 280
pr command, 282
praliases command, 284
preserve command (ex), 596
previous command (ex), 596
print command (ex), 596
print command (gawk), 630
printenv command, 284
printenv command (csh/tcsh), 544
printexitvalue variable (csh/tcsh), 512
printf command, 284
printf command (bash), 484
printf command (gawk), 630
printing, 15, 227-229
   banner, output as, 38
   environment variable values, 284
   files to standard output, 52, 338
   lpd daemon, 226
   queue, status of, 229
   strings, 284, 327
   test patterns, 230
   tuning, 367
printing commands, 7
PRIO_MAX, PRIO_MIX variables, 296
priority, message, 207
priority, process, 266, 296
procedures, gawk language and, 623-624
processes, 284
   coprocesses (bash), 462
   exec command, 478
   halting, 164
   identifiers (PIDs), 205, 276
   identifying by file or filesystem, 135
   killing, 205
   management commands for, 16
   priority, 266, 296
   viewing most CPU-intensive, 360
profile data, object file, 152
program maintenance commands, 8
programming commands, 8
programs
   debugging (see debugging)
   shell scripts, 447
.project file, 121
prompt
   customization, 471
   formatting (tcsh), 514
prompt2, prompt3 variables (csh/tcsh), 512
promptchars variable (csh/tcsh), 512
protocols, TCP/IP, 18, 21
ps command, 284
pserver (CVS), 655
   accessing repositories, 647, 652
   configuring, 638
   security issues, 639
pseudonyms for files (see symbolic links)
psupdate command, 288
pushd command (bash), 484
pushd command (csh/tcsh), 544
pushdsilent variable (csh/tcsh), 512
pushdtohome variable (csh/tcsh), 512
put command (ex), 596
PVCS, importing files from, 651
pwck command, 288
pwconv command, 289
pwd command, 289
pwd command (bash), 485

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q command (sed), 615
question mark (see ? (question mark))
queue
   job (see jobs)
   print (see printing)
quit command (ex), 596
quitting
   Emacs commands for, 562
   vi commands for, 585
quoting, 459, 503

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r command (sed), 616
RAID devices
   setting up, 255
   starting/stopping, 290
raidstart command, 290
raidstop command, 290
RAM disks and initrd, 417
ramsize command, 290
rand command (gawk), 631
ranlib command, 290
rarp command, 290
rcp command, 291
rcs command (CVS) (see adm<or>admin commands (CVS))
rcs command (RCS), 694
RCS utility, 5, 683-700
   basic concepts, 634-636
   creating subdirectory, 684
   importing files into CVS, 650
   keyword substitution, 685
   locking model, 635
   revision numbering, 687
<Do>RCSBIN environment variable (CVS), 658
rcsclean command (RCS), 696
rcsdiff command (RCS), 685, 697
$RCSfile keyword (RCS), 686
rcsinfo file (CVS), 647
RCSINIT environment variable (RCS), 688
rcsmerge command (RCS), 698
rdate command (TCP/IP), 291
rdev command, 292
rdiff command (CVS), 677
rdist command, 292-295
rdistd daemon, 295
re<or>rel commands (CVS) (see release command (CVS))
read command (bash), 485
read command (ex)
read permissions (see permissions, file)
readers file (CVS), 648
readonly command (bash), 486
reboot command, 295
recexact variable (csh/tcsh), 512
recognize_only_executables variable (csh/tcsh), 512
recover command (ex), 597
Red Hat Package Manager (RPM), 305, 419
   GNOME-RPM, 428-430
   rpm command (see rpm command)
redirection
   bash shell and, 461-462
   csh and tcsh, 505
regions, Emacs and, 562
regular expressions, 464
   searching file contents, 104, 153
   (see also pattern-matching)
regular modules, 645
rehash command (csh/tcsh), 545
release command (CVS), 677
remote
   access (see telnet)
   command execution, 305
   files, copying, 291
   hosts (see hosts)
   logging in, 298
   machine, transferring files to/from, 358
   shell programs (CVS), 659
remove command (CVS), 678
removing (see deleting)
renaming files/directories, 262
renice command, 296
repeat command (csh/tcsh), 545
replacing, metacharacters for, 556-557
repositories, CVS (see CVS utility, repositories)
Repository file (CVS), 661
repository locators
   pserver, 647, 652
   types of, 655
reset command, 296
resources (see documentation)
return command (bash), 487
return command (gawk), 631
Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP), 290
reverse linefeeds, displaying, 66
reverse output, 338
revision control
   CVS utility, 634-683
   RCS utility, 683-700
Revision Control System (see RCS utility)
$Revision keyword (RCS), 686
revision numbers (RCS), 687
rewind command (ex), 597
rexecd daemon, 297-298
rfreeze command (CVS) (see rt<or>rtag commands (CVS))
rlog command (CVS) (see log command (CVS))
rlog command (RCS), 698
rlogin command, 298
rlogind daemon, 299
rm command, 299
rm command (CVS) (see remove command (CVS))
rmail command (TCP/IP), 300
rmdir command, 300
rmmod command, 301
Root file (CVS), 661
Root menu, fvwm2, 752
   customizing the, 765
rootflags command, 301
rotating log files, 222
route command (TCP/IP), 301
routed daemon, 21, 301-303
routing, 20, 301-303
RPC (Remote Procedure Call), 28, 304
rpcgen command, 303
rpcinfo command (NFS/NIS), 304
RPM (see Red Hat Package Manager)
rpm command, 305, 419
   build options, 427
   FTP/HTTP options, 426
   information selection options, 423
   install/upgrade options, 421
   package selection options, 422
   signature check options, 425
   uninstall options, 424

Product Details

ISBN:
9780596000257
Subtitle:
A Desktop Quick Reference
Author:
Siever, Ellen
Author:
Hekman, Jessica P.
Author:
Figgins, Stephen
Author:
Spainhour, Stephen
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Location:
Sebastopol, CA
Subject:
Operating Systems - UNIX
Subject:
Operating Systems - General
Subject:
Operating systems (computers)
Subject:
Computers
Subject:
Operating Systems - Windows
Subject:
Operating Systems - LINUX
Subject:
Operating systems
Subject:
Linux
Subject:
Unix (Operating system).
Subject:
Computer Bks - Operating Systems
Subject:
Computer operating systems
Subject:
GNOME;KDE;linux
Subject:
General Computers
Edition Number:
3rd ed. /
Edition Description:
Third Edition
Series:
In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)
Series Volume:
1509
Publication Date:
20000811
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
816
Dimensions:
9 x 6 x 2.08 in 2.08 lb

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