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Beginning Fedora 2 by Shishir Gundavaram
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764569961, Paperback)

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Beginning Fedora 2 teaches you everything you need to know in order to install, configure, use, and maintain Fedora. This book targeted primarily at readers who are using (or planning to use) the Fedora Linux operating system for the first time. It offers the simple, plain-speaking guidance you need as you begin to explore the vast potential of open source software.

The key features of the book include the following:Installing Linux, especially how to prepare so that you don't get any nasty surprises halfway throughThe basics of Linux, including a tour of the desktop interface and how to use user accounts, the Linux file system, hardware configuration, and managing your machine's resourcesConfiguring your Linux machine to connect to the Internet, or to a local area network, so that you can start to send and receive e-mails and use the InternetInstalling new packages, upgrading packages, and removing packagesExploring the many applications to perform everyday tasks, such as web browsers, office applications, and MP3 playersExplaining how to use the shell, including combining commands into a script, defining the input to (and output from) a script, and how to build logical structures into scripts, get them to run in specific circumstances, and manage multiple tasks at the same timeA detailed explanation of the Linux file system, how to manage your files and directories, and how to use the shell to generate and manipulate the output from predefined or custom scriptsConfiguring your Linux machine to provide services to other machines on a network, such as how to set your machine up as a FTP server, a Web server, a file server, a printer servers, a mail server, or a DHCP serverAdministration topics, such as how to analyze system log files and use them to track down problems with the system, backups and archives, tarballs, and explore how to customize and recompile the Linux kernelUsing scripting, specifically Perl, to automate the common task of managing the log filesSecuring your machine using a firewall

New features include how to participate in the Fedora community, strategies for working in an unsupported environment, how to keep up with Core releases, and more!

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