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Running Linux 3RD Edition

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Once a little-known productivity boost for personal computers, Linux is now becoming a central part of computing environments everywhere. This operating system now serves as corporate hubs, Web servers, academic research platforms, and program development systems. All along it's also managed to keep its original role as an enjoyable environment for personal computing, learning system administration and programming skills, and all-around hacking.

This book, now in its third edition, has been widely recognized for years in the Linux community as the getting-started book people need. It goes into depth about configuration issues that often trip up users but are glossed over by other books.

A complete, UNIX-compatible operating system developed by volunteers on the Internet, Linux is distributed freely in electronic form and at a low cost from many vendors. Developed first on the PC, it has been ported to many other architectures and can now support such heavy-duty features as multiprocessing, RAID, and clustering.

Software packages on Linux include the Samba file server and Apache Web server; the X Window System (X11R6); TCP/IP networking (including PPP, SSH, and NFS support); popular software tools such as Emacs and TeX; a complete software development environment including C, C++, Java, Perl, Tcl/Tk, and Python; libraries, debuggers, multimedia support, scientific and database applications, and much more. Commercial applications that run on Linux range from end-user tools like word processors and spreadsheets to mission-critical software like the Oracle, Sybase, Informix, and IBM DB/2 database management systems.

Running Linux has all the information you need to understand, install, and start using the Linux operating system. This includes a comprehensive installation tutorial, complete information on system maintenance, tools for document development and programming, and guidelines for network, file, printer, and Web site administration.

New topics in the third edition include:

  • KDE, a desktop that brings the friendliness and ease-of-use of Windows or the Macintosh to Linux
  • Samba, which turns Linux into an office hub that serves files and printers to Microsoft systems
  • PPP, the most popular software for logging into remote systems over phone lines
  • Revised instructions for installation and configuration, particularly covering the Red Hat, SuSE and Debian distributions

Synopsis:

Everything needed to understand, install, and start the Linux operating system is here: an installation tutorial, system maintenance tips, document development and programming tools, and guidelines for network, file, printer, and Web site administration.

Description:

Includes bibliographical references (p. 689-702) and index.

About the Author

Lar Kaufman is a documentation consultant living in Concord, Massachusetts. He began writing about UNIX in 1983 and since then has written on System V, BSD, Mach, OSF/1, and now Linux. His hobbies include interactive media as art/literature, homebuilt and antique aircraft (he's a licensed aircraft mechanic), and natural history. Formerly a BBS operator, in 1987 Lar founded the Fidonet echoes (newsgroups) Biosphere and BioNews. He is currently leading a project to establish a global biological conservation network, using a Linux host as the mail, news, and file server.

is a computer scientist with research interests spanning many aspects of complex systems, including operating systems design, distributed systems, networking, and parallel computing. Matt is a long-time Linux advocate and developer, a role in which he has fielded questions from thousands of Linux users over the years. He was the original coordinator of the Linux Documentation Project and author of the original Linux Installation and Getting Started guide. He completed his Ph.D. at UC Berkeley and is currently a researcher at Intel Research Labs in Berkeley, and will be joining the faculty of the Computer Science department at Harvard University in July 2003.

Table of Contents

PrefaceChapter 1: Introduction to LinuxChapter 2: Preparing to Install LinuxChapter 3: Installation and Initial ConfigurationChapter 4: Basic Unix Commands and ConceptsChapter 5: Essential System ManagementChapter 6: Managing Filesystems, Swap, and DevicesChapter 7: Upgrading Software and the KernelChapter 8: Other Administrative TasksChapter 9: Editors, Text Tools, Graphics, and PrintingChapter 10: Installing the X Window SystemChapter 11: Customizing Your X EnvironmentChapter 12: Windows Compatibility and SambaChapter 13: Programming LanguagesChapter 14: Tools for ProgrammersChapter 15: TCP/IP and PPPChapter 16: The World Wide Web and Electronic MailSources of Linux InformationThe GNOME ProjectInstalling Linux on Digital/Compaq Alpha SystemsLinuxPPC: Installing Linux on PowerPC ComputersInstalling Linux/m68k on Motorola 68000-Series SystemsInstalling Linux on Sun SPARC SystemsLILO Boot OptionsZmodem File TransferBibliographyColophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9781565924697
Author:
Welsh, Matthew
Author:
Dalheimer, Matthias Kalle
Author:
Kaufman, Lar
Author:
Welsh, Matt
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Location:
Sebastopol, CA
Subject:
Operating Systems - UNIX
Subject:
Operating Systems - General
Subject:
Operating systems (computers)
Subject:
Computers
Subject:
Operating Systems - LINUX
Subject:
Operating systems
Subject:
Linux
Subject:
Unix (Operating system).
Subject:
Computer Books And Software
Subject:
Computer operating systems
Subject:
Computer Books: Operating Systems
Subject:
Linux operating system
Subject:
General Computers
Copyright:
Edition Number:
3rd ed.
Edition Description:
Third Edition
Series:
Running
Series Volume:
00-486
Publication Date:
19990811
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
760
Dimensions:
9.19 x 7 x 1.34 in 2.37 lb

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