About the Author Michael Bellomo received a degree in law from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. Despite this awful start, he moved into the technical field and became certified in Unix System Administration from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Currently he has over five and a half years experience as a Unix (Solaris & Linux) and Microsoft Windows NT Network Manager serving with software and financial technology companies in the Silicon Valley. He is the author of the two latest Linux releases from IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., Linux Administration For Dummies and Debian/GNU Linux For Dummies, and the Microsoft Windows book Windows 2000 Administration For Dummies. He has also contributed several chapters to Linux For Dummies, 2nd Edition and The GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) Bible, both by IDG Books Worldwide.
Master Red Hat Linux VISUALLYby Michael Bellomo
By tightly integrating text and graphics, this guide shows you how Red Hat Linux works -- and makes it easier than ever to harness the power of a Linux workstation or server. Step-by-step instructions and hands-on tips show you how to accomplish specific tasks, solve real-world problems, and master undocumented techniques. Master every facet of Red Hat Linux, from customizing GNOME and configuring users and groups to setting up Web access and dealing with security issues.
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