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1.Introduction
1.1.What is GNU?
1.2.What is GNU/Linux?
1.3.Distributions
1.4.Programs and documentation
2.Basic concepts and commands
2.1.Introduction
2.2.Users and groups
2.3.The file system
2.3.1.The file system hierarchy
2.3.2.System directories
2.3.3.Moving about
2.3.4.Links
2.3.5.Permissions
2.3.7.File type and content
2.4.The processes
2.5.Other useful commands
2.5.1.System help
2.5.2.Packaging and compression
2.5.3.Disk operations
2.6.Operations with commands
2.6.1.Reroutings
2.6.2.Specific bash commands
2.6.3.Shell scripts with bash
3.Knoppix workshop
3.1.Introduction
3.2.System boot
3.4.Keyboard configuration
3.5.System inspection
3.6.Handling files and directories
3.7.User administration
3.8.Manage processes
3.9.Enabling and using the mouse
3.10.Other operations
3.11.Conclusion
4.GNU/Linux installation
4.1.Introduction
4.2.Booting
4.3.Partitioning the disk
4.4.Installation of modules
4.5.Basic network configuration
4.6.Boot system
4.7.Package selection
4.8.Other aspects
5.Debian Etch installation workshop
5.1.Introduction
5.1.1.Installation systems
5.1.2.Types of packages
5.1.3.Package development status
5.2.Installation of Debian Etch
5.2.1.Debian Etch flavours
5.2.2.Installing Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 For Intel x86
5.3.Installation of Debian Etch from DVD-ROM
5.3.1.Before starting the installation
5.3.2.Booting the installation system
5.3.3.Installation language configuration
5.3.4.Keyboard configuration
5.3.5.Detecting and mounting the CD-ROM
5.3.6.Network configuration
5.3.7.Hard disk partition
5.3.8.Time configuration
5.3.9.Configuring users and passwords
5.3.10.Base system installation
5.3.11.Configuring the package manager
5.3.12.Selecting and installing programs
5.3.13.GRUB installation
5.3.14.Reinitiating the system
5.3.15.Base system boot
5.3.16.apt configuration
5.3.17.Tasksel
5.4.Network installation of Debian Etch
5.4.1.Particularities of a network installation
5.4.3.Network module installation
5.4.4.Network configuration
5.4.5.apt configuration
5.5.Conclusion
6.Basic configurations
6.1.The login system
6.2.Exploring the bash
6.4.Access to other partitions and devices
6.5.Device configuration
6.5.1.The keyboard
6.5.2.Network card (Ethernet type)
6.5.3.WiFi card
6.5.4.Modems
6.5.5.ADSL and PPPoE
6.5.6.Soundcard
6.5.7.Printer
7.Daemons and runlevels
7.1.The daemons
7.2.The runlevels
7.3.Booting up the system
7.4.Basic daemons
7.4.1.System logs (sysklogd)
7.4.2.Regular executions (cron)
7.4.3.Delayed executions (at and batch)
8.Installation of applications
8.1.Introduction
8.2.Debian packaging system
8.3.Compilation of new programs
9.Workshop on basic configurations
9.1.Introduction
9.2.Bootloader
9.2.1.Installing Grub
9.3.The package system
9.3.1./etc/apt/sources.list
9.3.2.apts available
9.3.3.dpkg
9.3.4.dselect
9.3.5.aptitude
9.4.locales: regional configuration
9.5.The main booting file, /etc/inittab
9.6.Assembly of devices, /etc/fstab
9.7.Device configuration
9.7.1.Configuring the mouse
9.7.4.Configuration of network cards
9.7.5.Configuring printers
9.7.6.Configuring soundcards
9.8.Conclusion
10.X-Window architecture
10.1.What is X-Window?
10.2.Configuration
10.3.X display manager
11.X-Window workshop
11.1.Introduction
11.2.Installation and configuration of X server
11.2.1.Different strategies for installing the packages
11.2.2.Installation of basic packages
11.3.Configuring X
11.3.1.“Device” section
11.3.2."Monitor" section
11.3.3."Screen section"
11.3.4.''InputDevice'' section
11.3.5."ServerLayout" section
11.3.6."DRI" Section
11.3.7.''Files'' section
11.3.8.Starting up the server
11.3.9.The log file
11.4.Window managers
11.5.X Session manager
11.6.X Display manager
11.7.Desktop managers
11.7.1.GNOME
11.7.2.KDE
11.8.Personalising some of the aspects
11.8.1.Personalisation of local aspects
11.8.2.Personalisation of aspects of the network
11.9.Configuring printers
11.10.OpenOffice
11.11.Conclusion
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