Red Hat Enterprise Linux Step By Step Guide is task-oriented. You will find useful tips, hints, warnings, and screen shots interspersed throughout. First, you will learn the basics of using Red Hat Enterprise Linux, such as familiarizing yourself with the desktop, learning to use the shell prompt, and navigating through files and folders.
Taken from Foreword: When migrating from another operating system such as Microsoft Windows to another; one thing that will profoundly affect the end user greatly will be the differences between the filesystems. What are filesystems?
A filesystem is the methods and data structures that an operating system uses to keep track of files
Taken from Audience: This book is intended for a technical audience and system administrators who manage Linux servers, but it also includes material for home users and others. It discusses how to install and setup a Red Hat Linux Server with all the necessary security and optimization for a high performance Linux specific machine. Since we
Taken from Scope: This documentation will attempt to summarize the installation and configuration, as well as the day?to?day administrative and maintenance procedures that should be followed to keep a Linux?based server or desktop system up and running. It is geared to an audience of both corporate as well as home users. It is not intended
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Introduction [ About Pocket Linux ~ Prerequisite Skills ~ Project Format ~ Help & Support ~ Feedback ]
1. Project Initiation [ A Brief History of GNU/Linux ~ The Goal of Pocket Linux ~ Working Within The Constraints ]
2. A Simple Prototype [ Analysis ~ Design ~ Construction ~
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Taken from Preface: This guide tells how to configure and manage Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS). EVMS is a storage management program that provides a single framework for managing and administering your system’s storage.
This guide is intended for Linux system administrators and users who are responsible for setting
Taken from Introduction: The Linux System Administrator’s Guide, describes the system administration aspects of using Linux. It is intended for people who know next to nothing about system administration (those saying “what is it?”), but who have already mastered at least the basics of normal usage. This manual
Taken from Linux Features: Due to a lack of support by some manufacturers, not every feature of a laptop is always supported or fully operational. The main devices which may cause trouble are: graphics chip, IrDA® port, sound card, PCMCIA controller , PnP devices and internal modem. Please try to get as much information about these topics
How to Perform a Windows XP Repair Install was written by Michael Stevens MS-MVP 2001-2007, this Microsoft Windows XP tutorial contains step by step information to perform a Repair Install in Windows XP, Repair Install of windows XP will replace the system files with the files on the XP CD used for the Repair Install. It will leave your
Taken from What Is A Kernel Module?: So, you want to write a kernel module. You know C, you’ve written a few normal programs to run as processes, and now you want to get to where the real action is, to where a single wild pointer can wipe out your file system and a core dump means a reboot.
What exactly is a kernel module?
Introduction to Linux is written by Machtelt Garrels.
Introduction [ Why this guide? ~ Who should read this book? ~ New versions and availability ~ Revision History ~ Contributions ~ Feedback ~ Copyright information ~ What do you need? ~ Conventions used in this document ~ Organization of this document ]
Chapter 1. What
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This document is an attempt to summarise the many command?line based tools available to a GNU/Linux based operating system. This guide is not a complete listing, this document lists many tools which are available to GNU/Linux systems and which are, or can be useful to the majority of users.
Each tool description provides a quick
This is the version 6.2 of Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide: An in-depth exploration of the art of shell scripting that is written by Mendel Cooper. Last update was Mar 2010.
This document is both a tutorial and a reference on shell scripting with Bash. It assumes no previous knowledge of scripting or programming, but progresses rapidly