Red Hat? Linux? For Dummies?

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Wiley, Dec 3, 1999 - Computers - 384 pages
The complete version of Red Hat Linux 6.2 on 2 CD-ROMs

Includes tips on navigating the GNOME interface

Install Red Hat Linux on your PC — and join the open source revolution! Based on the bestselling Linux® For Dummies®, this friendly guide shows you step by step how to set up Red Hat Linux on your personal computer — and declare independence from Windows. From dealing with shells and scripts to customizing your desktop, it delivers just what you need to go open source. all this on 2 bonus CD-ROMs Red Hat Linux 6.2, including Kernel 2.2.15, Apache Web Server 1.3.11, and Samba 2.0.6 Plus a firewall script, Internet utilities, tools to create images, games, and more! System Requirements: Linux compatible PC with hard drive, CD-ROM & 3 ½" floppy drive. See CD Appendix for important information about using IBM-compatible PCs with Linux Plus leading Internet software

Discover how to: Install Red Hat Linux, step by step Work with files and directories Rev up Linux performance Get comfortable with the new GNOME interface Create documents with ApplixWare Troubleshoot common problem areas

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About the author (1999)

Jon "maddog" Hall is the author of Linux® For Dummies®, 2nd Edition, and a frequent speaker at Linux conferences. Paul G. Sery is the author of Red Hat® Linux® Network Toolkit, 2nd Edition and is a frequent attendee of Linux conferences.

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