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Table Of Contents

1.1. Acknowledgements
1.2. Copyright Information and Legal Disclaimers
1.3. A Plea for Help
2.1. Scope
2.2. Choosing a Linux Distribution
3.1. What is Linux?
3.2. Breaking the Myths
3.3. One User’s Perspective
Chapter 4. Installation and Hardware Configuration
4.1. Creating an Installation Diskette
4.2. Booting Linux Installation Program
4.3. Partitioning Hard Drive(s)
4.4. Setting up Swap Space
4.6. Choosing Desired Packages to Install
4.7. Hardware Configuration
4.8.1. Multi-boot with Other Operating Systems
4.9. Downloading and Installing Red Hat Updates
5.1. Getting the X Window System Working with X-Configurator
5.2. Using the X Desktop Manager
5.3. Improving Font Appearance Under X
5.5. GNOME Installation and Configuration
5.6. KDE Installation and Configuration
6.2. Creating User Accounts
6.3. Changing User Passwords
6.4. Disabling User Accounts
6.5. Removing User Accounts
6.6. Linux Password & Shadow File Formats
6.7. System Shutdown and Restart
Chapter 7. Custom Configuration and Administration Issues
7.6. Network File System (NFS) Services
7.7. Configuration from A-Z with Linuxconf
8.1.1. Backing up with “tar”:
8.1.2. Backing up with “KDat”:
8.2. Server Restore Procedures
8.2.1. Restoring with “tar”:
8.2.2. Restoring with “KDat”:
Chapter 9. Various & Sundry Administrative Tasks
9.1. Checking Storage Space
9.2. Managing Processes
9.4. Automating Tasks with Cron and Crontab files
Chapter 10. Upgrading Linux and Other Applications
10.1. Using the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM)
10.3. Strategies for Keeping an Up-to-date System
10.4. Linux Kernel Upgrades
10.5. Upgrading a Red Hat Stock Kernel
10.7. Moving to the Linux 2.2.x Kernels
10.8. Configuring the Apache Web Server
10.10. Configuring the Sendmail E-mail Daemon
Chapter 11. Enterprise Computing with Linux
11.1. Performance Tuning
11.2. High Availability with RAID
11.3. Server Migration and Scalability Issues
Chapter 13. Help! Trouble in Paradise!
13.1. Getting Linux Installed on new, Unsupported Hardware
13.2. File System Corruption after Power Outage or System Crash
13.3. Where to Turn for Help
13.4. Pointers to Additional Documentation
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