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Mastering Linux (Mastering) (1999)
Front Cover Book Details
Author
Arman Danesh
Subject Operating systems (Computers)
Publication Date 1999
Format Mass Market Paperback (230 mm)
Publisher Sybex Inc
Language eng
Plot
Mastering Linux is the "Un-Unix" book on Linux. For all the Windows or Linux users who are not Unix hackers, this is the book for you. The focus is on making Linux work and arcane Unix commands are demystified. Readers will quickly and painlessly learn how to install Linux, get the X-Windows environment up and running, and begin moving files and working with applications. It also includes extensive coverage of file management, internet connectivity, networking, and web server installation. There is a unique section designed for the SOHO or small business which demonstrates how to use Linux as an inexpensive but powerful file and print server for an office network. The book covers Red Hat Linux throughout, but also includes installation appendices and tips throughout the book for additional distributions such as Caldera, Slackware, and Debian.
Personal Details
Collection Status In Collection
Index 10
Read It Yes
Links Amazon US
Product Details
LoC Classification QA76.76.O63D3428 1999
Dewey 005.4/469
ISBN 0782123414
Edition 1st ed.
Cover Price $39.99
Nr of Pages 928
First Edition No
Rare No