liceoartisticolisippo-ta
» » Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat® Fedora™ 4 Linux All in One

Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat® Fedora™ 4 Linux All in One ebook

by Aron Hsiao


Aron Hsiao is a longtime Unix and Linux enthusiast with over a decade of experience administering .

Over the years, he has worked in network deployment, software development, web development, and Internet advertising.

Aron Hsiao is a longtime Unix and Linux enthusiast with 15 years of experience administering Unix-like . He is also the author of The Concise Guide to XFree86 for Linux and Sams Teach Yourself Linux Security Basics in 24 Hours. He has also worked as a volunteer in a number of computer-related capacities in his community and served as the About. com guide to Linux for several years. Paperback: 9998 pages. Publisher: Sams Publishing (December 26, 2003).

You will also receive instructions on using OpenOffice.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read Includes instructions on using OpenOffice. org, working with Linux Internet browsing applications, and troubleshooting hardware issues.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat® Fedora™ 4 Linux All in One as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Includes instructions on using OpenOffice.

Part of the Sams Teach Yourself Series Series and Sams Teach Yourself Series: All in One Series). The 35 lessons cover OpenOffice. org, the Firefox web browser, Evolution e-mail, images and music, the Linux command line, and security.

In Chapter 7, Understanding File Properties, you learned about file ownership and the way file permissions relate to the user and group of each file in the Linux file system.

Sams Teach Yourself Arduino™ Programming in 24 Hours

Sams Teach Yourself Arduino™ Programming in 24 Hours. Sams Teach Yourself Linux in 24 Hours, 2E - ebook. 71 MB·2,707 Downloads Sams Teach Yourself Android Application Development in 24. 512 Pages·2015·7. 57 MB·22,925 Downloads. Sams Teach Yourself Android Application Adding Polish to Your Android Application Sams. 64 MB·5,242 Downloads·New!

Teach Yourself Red Hat Linux ® ® Fedora ™ in Aron Hsiao 24 Hours 800 East 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana . Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora

Teach Yourself Red Hat Linux ® ® Fedora ™ in Aron Hsiao 24 Hours 800 East 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46. .Sams teach yourself Red Hat Linux 8 in 24 hours. Teach Yourself Red Hat Linux 8 ® ® in Aron Hsiao 24 Hours 800 East 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 USA. Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat Linux in 24 Hours Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora. Report "SAMS Teach Yourself Red Hat® Fedora™ 4 Linux® All in One".

Join an estimated 85% of the . Published Jul 1, 2005 by Sams. Fedora Core 4 and Linux. What You'll Learn in This Book. Conventions Used in This Book. Linux market in using Red Hat's Linux distributions by learning it from a Fedora authority. The easy-to-understand, step-by-step instructions will also show you how to: Use the OpenOffice. org productivity suite and other leading applications. Part of the Sams Teach Yourself series.

Manufacturer: Sams Release date: 1 July 2005 ISBN-10 : 0672327074 ISBN-13: 9780672327070.

Join an estimated 85% of the U.S. Linux market in using Red Hat's Linux distributions by learning it from a Fedora authority. Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat Fedora 4 All in One is a starter kit that will help you install, configure, and use Red Hat's Fedora 4 distribution and desktop applications. The easy-to-understand, step-by-step instructions will also show you how to: Use the OpenOffice.org productivity suite and other leading applications. Troubleshoot hardware issues and install new components. Set up a small Linux-based network to share files and resources. Also included is a DVD, which will provide you with the complete Fedora Core Linux distribution, OpenOffice.org desktop suite, and the leading applications for e-mail, Web browsing, and graphics. Find out how you can safely and reliably use Linux and Linux-based applications to accomplish your day-to-day work in the office and at home with Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat Fedora 4 All in One.

Winenama
Linux grows and grows. Perhaps you are pondering migrating to it? To change operating systems can be fraught with uncertainty. Even if you are confident about the new operating system's reliability, how much do you have to learn to be productive in the OS?

Hsiao gives an answer for linux. He chooses to describe what is currently perhaps the most popular version, Red Hat's community-based Fedora. Naturally, the book has copious descriptions of what the desktop looks like, and the common operations you can do using this operational metaphor. You know, all that drag and drop stuff. It's been over 20 years since the Mac popularised the GUI desktop. And the main ideas are now the same across many operating systems. So if you're coming from elsewhere, adapting to the Fedora desktop should not cause any heartburn.

The book also reflects the reality of competition amongst operating systems. Two big reasons that people use computers are for doing office related paperwork and for browsing the Web. So the book (and its enclosed CD) carefully devote time to explaining how to use OpenOffice.org. A suite of applications that is the open source analog of Microsoft Office. Some of you are undoubtedly well familiar with the latter. If you compare that to the book's coverage of OpenOffice, you can see that broadly speaking, OpenOffice can do much the same as MS Office. Though it should be said that OpenOffice lacks much of the specialised commands available in MS Office. If you don't use those, then the book's explanations of OpenOffice should meet your needs.

The other big thing in the book is its description of the Firefox web browser. A Mozilla-derived browser that has won accolades from many for its ease of use. If you want to go beyond the really obvious usages of Firefox, the book can explain more intricate things you can do with it.

If you already know some linux, you might be impressed by the book's treatment of the two most common text editors that come with it - vi and emacs. The book gives a concise walkthrough of both, and a good comparative analysis, without taking sides.
Datrim
This book is the best beginner's introduction to Fedora Core 4 that I could find after browsing through the collections of several bookstores.

Fedora Core 4 is one of the easiest to use Linuxes and with the book's instructions I was able to install it and use it without any problems. I almost didn't need the rest of the book because Fedora Core 4 worked great for me right off the bat, I could access my flash drive and home DSL network without needing to learn anything and OpenOffice and Firefox (the web browser, like Internet Explorer) were easy to find in the start menu.

I did learn a lot about using my digital camera in Linux and perfecting my photos with GIMP (also included), and set my computer up as a web server for my son to experiment with so that he can learn to make web pages.

Overall I like this book because it seems to cover a lot of ground, all the way from installing Fedora Core up through esoteric topics like command line programming and scripting and network servers, and it does everything in a step-by-step way, "do this, then do this, then do that" rather than making useless generalizations or giving incomprehensible bullet lists of technical jargon like some of the other Linux books seem to do.

The other reviewer is right in that there are some typos here and there, but none of them make anything in the text wrong as far as I can tell. The book and its examples all work great for me, it's just one of those things, what book doesn't have a few typos?
Granirad
This book simply wasn't adequately proofread before Sams rushed it out the door. I found four errors in the first chapter alone. Not earth shattering ones, but quite annoying. If you're already experienced with Linux there's no reason to buy this book, if you're experienced only with Windows you'll spot the errors quickly enough but the number of them in Chapter 1 doesn't auger well for the accuracy of the rest of the book.

Regardless of your level of Linux and/or Windows experience I'd strongly suggest *Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Fedora* by Bill McCarty, published by O'Reilly, as an alternative. The only advantage that Hsiao's book has is that a more up to date Fedora Core 4 CD is included, and (for the Windows and Linux newbie) a slower paced introduction with more baby talk.
Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat® Fedora™ 4 Linux All in One ebook
Author:
Aron Hsiao
Category:
Computer Science
Subcat:
EPUB size:
1231 kb
FB2 size:
1844 kb
DJVU size:
1585 kb
Language:
Publisher:
Sams; 1 edition (July 11, 2005)
Pages:
720 pages
Rating:
4.5
Other formats:
docx lrf doc azw
© 2018-2020 Copyrights
All rights reserved. liceoartisticolisippo-ta.it | Privacy Policy | DMCA | Contacts