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It's a dirty little secret. Even if you're a power user, sysadmin, or a longtime Unix geek, Linux can be plenty aggravating. But, thanks to Linux's open source nature and culture, its annoyances are virtually all fixable. Whether you're running RedHat, Fedora, SUSE, Ubuntu, or another Debian dialect, Michael Jang's Linux Annoyances for Geeks will show you how.
The Eject button won't open your CD drive? Your users need to decompress ZIP archives? Your distro won't play DVD movies? Your wireless card's giving you trouble? Boot's too slow? GUI won't start, even with the correct runlevel configured? You need a more efficient way to get security updates? Log files are devouring your hard drive? You need read/write access to NTFS partitions? This book covers all that, and more: clients and users, Internet applications, OpenOffice.org, kernel upgrades, system maintenance, services, all of it. Bill Camarda, from the November 2006 Read Only