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Red Hat Linux 7.2 Bible ebook

by Christopher Negus


setting up users, automating system tasks, backing up and restoring files, and understanding the latest security issues and threats.

Red Hat Version . makes things almost as easy as a Microsoft OS to newbies. And the book goes through the steps in extremely digestable formats. Red Hat support does not come along with the CDs - but this is not really necessary. com than from Chapters/Indigo) I'm no newbie to Linux, but neither pro, but after reading for 2 days (more than 100+ pages already), I can't resist to let everyone to know that this is one of the best reference books that I've ever read! Very detailed, and I meant it!

Christopher Negus has been working with UNIX systems, the Internet, and (more recently) Linux systems for more than two decades.

Covering everything from detailed instructions to running desktop applications and setting up more than a dozen server types, this book also features new sections on shell scripting, encryption techniques, setting up RAID disks, using yum, and much more. Christopher Negus has been working with UNIX systems, the Internet, and (more recently) Linux systems for more than two decades.

Written by a Red Hat expert, this book provides the clear explanations and step-by-step instructions that demystify Linux and bring the new features seamlessly into your workflow. This useful guide assumes a base of little or no Linux knowledge, and takes you step by step through what you need to know to get the job done.

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Author: Christopher Negus ISBN 10: 0764549413 The best overall Red Hat user's book, hands down, no contest

Author: Christopher Negus ISBN 10: 0764549413. Title: Red Hat Linux . Bible Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. The best overall Red Hat user's book, hands down, no contest.

Get step-by-step instructions for making Linux installation simple and painless; Familiarize yourself with the Linux shell, file system, and text editor; Use the XWindow System to customize your desktop menus, icons, window manager, and xterm; Create and publish formatted documents with Linux applications; Get step -by-step instructions for making Linux installation simple and painless; Gain key system administration skills including setting up users, automating system tasks, backing up and restoring files, and understanding the latest security issues and threats. Plus, this edition includes thorough coverage of updated installation procedures, new KDE desktop tools, how to use the Mozilla web browser and gaim instant messaging, how to administer automounting file systems, and how to burn CDs and configure CD writers. This book is accompanied by the UNLIMITED EDITION(tm) web site. Only original buyers of the book will have access through special codes to the site, and can then be privy new chapters monthly, updates on the state of the software, Linux-related articles.
Adorardana
I am not a linux guru. I installed Red Hat Linux on one of my machines to learn linux and purchased this book to help me along the way. It appears to cover everything that it needs to, but I found the detail explinations of how to do things to be greatly lacking and on a few occasions to be wrong. I spent a lot of time trying to set things up in linux using this book as a guide, and they just plain didn't work in a great many cases. Either it is incorrect in places, or it is incomplete.
In addition, it reminds me of a cook book. You just follow the instructions to do specific things without it telling you WHY you are doing what it tells you, or even why you need to do some specific thing. Because of this, it really isn't much of a resource for learning.
Tetaian
Being an Systems Engineer, this book gets you started, but there's more to ask for. Don't get me wrong, if you're not familiar with Linux/Unix this is a great book. It's explained in plain English with easy to follow instructions.
For us who wants more hard core, we can always use google.com.
Boraston
Never buy any Linux books, given that there are much better sources that you can find for free on the internet. I made a mistake of buying some top rated books and i regretted every time and ended up throwing to book away. I love linux but as of today there's really no good books on it and honestly you don't need it, you'll find more info the you would ever needed on the web. Remember Linux is all about freedom so be aware of anything Linux that you have to pay for.
Dugor
This book covers anything you could possibly want to know about Linux, and then some. I originally got this book to learn how to setup a network with Linux but found myself learning about newsgroups, doing backups, mounting file systems, writing shell scripts and so much more. What makes this book really great is that it can be read from front to back or used as reference.
Trash Obsession
This is a good book for starters, but I had a problem with 2 of the CDs being unloadable. Looked like a severe scratch or other defect on both disks.
The book gives me the basics and allows me to do most anything I want to do.
Gathris
Linux has come of age. Red Hat 7.2 is the version that brings it to the masses. In 2000, I was strugling on loading Linux to my Notebook - most of the drivers were not recognized. There many agonizing days before it started to work - without modem support. And linux literature was disparate and difficult to come by.
Red Hat Version 7.2 makes things almost as easy as a Microsoft OS to newbies. And the book goes through the steps in extremely digestable formats. Red Hat support does not come along with the CDs - but this is not really necessary. The book covers the topics very well. And if you need to troubleshoot on areas not covered by the book, there are a wealth of info through google and deja.
Best wishes on your migration to Linux. It is a fun OS to use and the migration path is now, almost, painless.
Ichalote
I bought [a] computer (new)...(733 Mhz Cyrix chip w/ 20 gig HD and 128 Mb RAM) and this Red Hat Linux Bible ready to explore Linux for the first time. As I installed the OS, I'm thinking, "This will never work." But, to my astonishment, I got my linux box on my LAN and started surfing the Internet at cable-modem speeds in less than an hour!
This amazing book contains three CDs and documents lots of free software. I'm particularly excited about the Apache web server and the MySQL server. It looks like the Perl, C, C++, and Python programming languages are here, too. I'll have to look for the Java compiler, the Tomcat JSP server, and the PHP server.
As for home use with Star Office? We'll just have to see. This is so cool!
Bought on 6/19/2002, got it 6/25/2002 based on Canada Ground Shipping --- FASTER than expected! (Not to mention it's way cheaper to buy it from Amazon.com than from Chapters/Indigo)
I'm no newbie to Linux, but neither pro, but after reading for 2 days (more than 100+ pages already), I can't resist to let everyone to know that this is one of the best reference books that I've ever read!
Very detailed, and I meant it! All the way through the installation, the author provided every single details and commands and procedure, and even information that a non-computer-literated person can walk through the install, and learning the technology that is beneficial to general computing.
The servers sections and troubleshooting sections are also very informative and handy if you runs into any problems, while also emphasized on very technical info that any geeks would love to be reminded!
The 3 CDs has RH7.2 on it, as well as tons of HTML-based documentation that's very easy to explore.
I always love to read QUE-published books but I found this one is so unique that Chris (the author) has done such a great job in detailing everything with heart.
I think I'll become a Linux pro very soon!
Red Hat Linux 7.2 Bible ebook
Author:
Christopher Negus
Category:
Computer Science
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EPUB size:
1975 kb
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1715 kb
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1534 kb
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Publisher:
Wiley (November 29, 2001)
Pages:
1080 pages
Rating:
4.8
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