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Linux - Unleashing the Workstation in Your PC


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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

This book introduces the concepts and features of Linux. It describes the features and services of the Internet which have been instrumental in the rapid development and wide distribution of Linux and focuses on the graphical interface, network capability, and extended tools of Linux. The book also gives an overview of the wide range of freeware applications available for Linux. Now completely revised and expanded to help the reader take greater advantage of the high-performance of Linux 2.0. This new edition lists all of the currently supported hardware; provides the latest information on Linux as client/server; explains the newest applications including StarOffice 3.1, new graphics tools (including GIMP), Xemacs, and LyX; and presents the most up to date information on security and cryptography. Plus, there is a new UNIX command reference with entries grouped by purpose, as well as a new section on how to deal with errors. All in all, the most up to date information on Linux around!

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1.1 Historical perspectives on Linux.
- 1.2 Versions.
- 1.3 Features.
- 1.4 UNIX development and standards.
- 1.5 The Free Software Foundation.
- 1.6 An overview of Linux features.- Basics.
- 2.1 Multi-user operation.
- 2.2 Multitasking.
- 2.3 Memory management.
- 2.4 Shell model.
- 2.5 File systems.
- 2.6 Devices.
- 2.7 Shells.
- 2.8 Search patterns.
- 2.9 Daemons.
- 2.10 Overview of commands.- Linux features.
- 3.1 Virtual consoles.
- 3.2 Linux file systems.
- 3.3 Data exchange.
- 3.4 Loadable Modules.
- 3.5 Sound.
- 3.6 Extended commands.
- 3.7 New features in Linux 2.0.
- 3.8 The pros and cons of upgrading.- Emulators.
- 4.1 DOS emulator.
- 4.2 WINE.
- 4.3 iBCS2 emulator.
- 4.4 HP48 emulator (X48).
- 4.5 IBM 3270 emulator.
- 4.6 Macintosh emulator.- Installation.
- 5.1 Linux distributions.
- 5.2 Sources.
- 5.3 Hardware.
- 5.4 Installation.
- 5.5 Boot manager.- Configuration.
- 6.1 General configuration 1l.
- 6.2 Kernel.
- 6.3 Daemons.
- 6.4 Serial login.
- 6.5 Fax.
- 6.6 Metadevices and RAID.
- 6.7 Streamers and CD-ROM drives.- Administration.
- 7.1 The administrator.
- 7.2 Booting.
- 7.3 Shutdown.
- 7.4 The Linux directory tree.
- 7.5 Users and groups.
- 7.6 Shells.
- 7.7 User information.
- 7.8 Backups.
- 7.9 File system management.
- 7.10 Upgrades.
- 7.11 Installation of software packages.
- 7.12 Creating boot diskettes.- X Window System.
- 8.1 Features.
- 8.2 Structure.
- 8.3 X resources.
- 8.4 Window managers.
- 8.5 Toolkits.
- 8.6 X11 server.
- 8.7 Linux as X terminal.
- 8.8 X11 configuration.
- 8.9 Configuration of X applications.- Networking.
- 9.1 Network hardware.
- 9.2 TCP/IP.
- 9.3 IP.
- 9.4 IP aliasing.
- 9.5 Serial connections.
- 9.6 PPP.
- 9.7 Parallel connection.
- 9.8 ISDN.
- 9.9 TCP and UDP.
- 9.10 Host names.
- 9.11 UUCP.
- 9.12 RPC.
- 9.13 NIS.
- 9.14 NFS.
- 9.15 LAN manager.
- 9.16 PC/NFS.
- 9.17 ISODE.
- 9.18 Novell Netware.- Network applications.
- 10.1 Network daemons.
- 10.2 Internet daemon (inetd).
- 10.3 Telnet.
- 10.4 Secure shell.
- 10.5 FTP.
- 10.6 Archie.
- 10.7 Berkeley r-utilities.
- 10.8 Mail.
- 10.9 News.
- 10.10 IRC.
- 10.11 Gopher.
- 10.12 World Wide Web.
- 10.13 Network management.- Support and help.
- 11.1 man, xman.
- 11.2 Info.
- 11.3 Newsgroups.
- 11.4 FAQs and HOWTOs.
- 11.5 WWW.
- 11.6 Mailing lists.
- 11.7 Other documents.
- 11.8 Other sources.- Applications.
- 12.1 Desktop environment.
- 12.2 StarOffice.
- 12.3 Editors.
- 12.4 Graphic programs.
- 12.5 Word processing.
- 12.6 Multimedia environment Andrew.
- 12.7 Databases.
- 12.8 Java.
- 12.9 Mathematical applications.
- 12.10 Simulations.
- 12.11 Games and recreation.- GNU Emacs.
- 13.1 Overview.
- 13.2 Basic terms.
- 13.3 Operation.
- 13.4 Documentation and help.
- 13.5 Modes.
- 13.6 Packages and enhancements.
- 13.7 Emacs Lisp.
- 13.8 Configuration.- Languages and tools.
- 14.1 Languages.
- 14.2 C compilers.
- 14.3 Pascal, Fortran, Simula, and Modula-2.
- 14.4 Lisp and Prolog.
- 14.5 Ada.
- 14.6 Tel.
- 14.7 Interface builders.
- 14.8 Metacard.
- 14.9 awk, gawk.
- 14.10 Perl.
- 14.11 Editors.
- 14.12 GNU Debugger (GDB).
- 14.13 Make utility.
- 14.14 Imake.
- 14.15 RCS.
- 14.16 xwpe.
- 14.17 Example.- Linux and security.
- 15.1 Cryptology.
- 15.2 UNIX system security.
- 15.3 Information sources.- Linux command reference.
- 16.1 X-Windows.
- 16.2 System and processes.
- 16.3 User and group management.
- 16.4 File and directory management.
- 16.5 Terminal.
- 16.6 Viewers and editors.
- 16.7 Archiving and compression.
- 16.8 Disk management and file systems.
- 16.9 On-Line Manual.
- 16.10 Development and installation.
- 16.11 File processing.
- 16.12 Text formatting.
- 16.13 Time.
- 16.14 Internet and communication.
- 16.15 Shells and shell tools.
- 16.16 Printing.
- 16.17 Miscellaneous.- Error and error localization under Linux.
- 17.1 Where to find error messages.
- 17.2 Some errors and their possible causes.
- 17.3 Frequent error messages and possible causes.
- 18.1 Contents of the proc file system.
- 18.2 Overview of /etc files.
- 18.3 Overview of /etc directories.
- 18.4 Hidden files in home directories.
- 18.5 List of known SunSite mirrors.

Pressestimmen

"Strobel and Uhl...bring together in a single, coherent volume the knowledge that a new user needs to acquire Linux, install it on a computer, and become acquainted with the wide range of applications that are either included with most Linux distributions or available (usually free) over the Internet." Computing Reviews
EAN: 9780387948805
ISBN: 0387948805
Untertitel: Foreword by Jürgen Gulbins. 3rd ed. 1997. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 1997
Seitenanzahl: 608 Seiten
Übersetzer/Sprecher: Übersetzt von R. Bach, A. Derieg
Format: kartoniert
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