The No B.s. Guide to Red Hat LinuxeBook - 2000
The No B.S. Guide to Red Hat Linux gives you everything you need to know to install and run Red Hat Linux - with none of the extra stuff you don't need. It's written for people like you, who want to get Red Hat Linux up and running on their PC or server fast. Author Bob Rankin covers Red Hat Linux in an easy-to-follow style that never slows you down with unnecessary detail. Inside, you'll find straightforward instructions on: -Installation - in ten easy steps -How to use the Bash shell -Understanding the File System -How to read and send e-mail -How to run a Red Hat Linux Web server -How to write your own Bash or Perl scripts -How to use text editors like Pico, Emacs, and Vi -Using Red Hat Linux to connect to the Internet with SLIP/PPP -How to access DOS files and run Windows programs under Linux -A comprehensive list of where to get more information on Linux -If you're interested in exploring Red Hat Linux's capabilities and features, instead of just reading (and reading, and reading ) about them, then this is the book for you.
Publisher: San Francisco : No Starch Press, , ©2000
Branch Call Number: 005.4469 Ra
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 422 pages) : illustrations