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1.2 Introduction to .linux File System
1.3 man pages
1. 4 The first command 'cat'
1.6 Conclusions
2.1 vi Editor
2.2 Redirection Operators
2.3 Some Unix Commands
2.4 Conclusions
3.2 Introduction to Pipes
3.3 Some Other Means of Joining Commands
3.4 awk command
3.5 Backup Commands
3.6 Conclusions
4.1 Introduction
4.3 Terminal Handling
4.4 Conclusions
5. 1 Introduction
5.2 Programming Constructs
5.3 Conclusions
6.1 Installing Debian Linux
6.2 Installing Additional Packages
6.3 Configuring X
6.4 Conclusions
7.1 Introduction
7.3 Conclusions
8.1 Introductioh
Table 8.2 Short list of loadable modules for apache web server
Table 8.S Getting CGI to Work
8.3 Conclusions
9.3 Installing Samba
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Building and Installing CUPS
11.3 Managing Printers
11.4. Conclusions
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Setting Firewalls
12.3 Proxy Servers
12.4 Setting Proxy Server: SQUID
12.5 Conclusions
13.3 Creating Users
13.4 Testing an account
13.5 Removing an account
13.7 Conclusions
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Devices -Gateways to the kernel
14.3 Disk Drives, Partitions and File systems
14.4 Conclusions
15.1 Introduction
15.2 A brief outline of the x86 Linux boot process
Run levels
15.3 Conclusions
16.2 Logging
16.3 Accounting
16.4 Available Graphical Tools
Figure 16.2 System Monitor
16.5 So what?
16.6 Conclusions
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Ethernet Basics
17.3 TCP/IP Basics
Table 17.4 Network classes
Table 17.5 Networks reserved for private networks
17.4 Basics of Transport layer and Services
Table 17.7 Reserved Ports
Table 17.8 Columns for netstat
Table 17.9 Fields of /etc/inetd.conf file
Table 17.10 RFCs for Protocols
17.5 Services on Intranet
17.6 Conclusions
18.1 Introduction to C Compiler
18.2 Detailed Analysis of Compilation Process
Table 18.1 The Predefined Macros
Figure 18.3 Relocation Records for b.o and main.o
18.3 Functions with Variable Number of Arguments
18.4 Compiling A Multi-Source "C" Programs
18.5 How mainO is executed on Linux2
Figure 18.6 Stack layout of an ELF binary
Figure 18.7 Startup process of an ELF binary3
18.9 Conclusions
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Debugging Using gdb
19.3 Conclusions
20.1 Introduction
20.3 Automake, autoconf
20.4 Conclusions
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Conclusions
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Lex Specification File
Table 22.1 Lex variables
Table 22.2 Lex Functions
22.3 Yacc -A Parser Generator
22.4 Conclusions
23.1 Introduction
23.3 Conclusions
24.1 Introduction
24.2 Conclusions
25.1 Introduction
25.2 Object oriented Programming through Ruby
25.3 Profiling
25.5 Conclusions
26.1 Introduction
26.3 Qt Programming
26.4 Glade: A ... ~isual Designer Tool for GTK, GNOME
26.5 Conclusions
References
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