Red Hat Linux Secrets

Red Hat Linux Secrets

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by Naba Barkakati, Nabajyoti Barkakati
     
 
This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Red Hat Linux Secrets documents little-known features and offers expert solutions to specific problems -- from setting up an Internet host to running a business to developing software. With complete coverage of the latest installation changes and hardware configurations, as well as the new graphical user interfaces, this

Overview

This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Red Hat Linux Secrets documents little-known features and offers expert solutions to specific problems -- from setting up an Internet host to running a business to developing software. With complete coverage of the latest installation changes and hardware configurations, as well as the new graphical user interfaces, this technical guide gives you the tools you need to implement Red Hat Linux effectively. Includes CD-ROM with Red Hat Linux 6, including:
* Kernel 2.2.10
* Apache Web Server 1.3.6
* Netscape Communicator 4.61 and Samba 2.0.3 for file and print sharing with Microsoft Windows

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764546396
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/09/1999
Series:
Secrets Series
Pages:
1000
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.22(h) x 1.85(d)

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About the Author Naba Barkakati is an electrical engineer and professional software developer who bought his first personal computer - an IBM PC-AT - in 1984. He has written over 22 computer books, and has extensive experience on a wide variety of systems, ranging from Windows to UNIX and Linux.

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Red Hat Linux Secrets 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has everything that a beginning Linux user needs to get started, plus it covers the more advanced topics in a step by step way that allows the novice to progress to a higher level of linux expertise. I have read several other linux books and they all have the same problem. When explaining anything, they fail to mention key steps in whatever thing you're trying to do, assuming, I think, that you already know something about the subject; this book does not do that. I would highly recommend this book to anyone.