Table of contents for Linux : the complete reference / Richard Petersen.


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Part 1 - Introduction Chapter 1 - Intro to Linux: Operating Systems Overview Chapter 2 - Distribution Overview: Desktop Server Part 2 - The Linux Shell and File Structure Chapter 3 - The Shell: Commands and Variables Chapter 4 - Shell Scripts Chapter 5 - Shell Configuration: System Variables and Shell Configuration Files Chapter 6 - The Linux File Structure: Files and Directories Part 3 - Desktop Chapter 7 - Overview of Linux Desktops: OSDL Desktop Linux Chapter 8 - Gnome: Volume Manager, Nautilus, Panels and Applets Chapter 9 - KDE: Kicker and Konqueror Chapter 10 - XFce4 Part 4 - Linux Software Chapter 11 - Software Management: YUM, RPM, Apt, Bit Torrent Chapter 12 - Office and Database Applications: Open Office, KOffice, Editors, SQL Databases Chapter 13 - Graphic Tools and Multimedia: Gnome, KDE, Sound, Video, DVD, DivX Chapter 14 - Mail and News Clients: Evolution and Thunderbird Chapter 15 - Web and FTP Clients: Firefox and gFTP Chapter 16 - Network Tools: ping, messenger clients, rsh, Kerberos, and SSH remote commands Part 5 - Security Chapter 17 - Encryption: GPG Chapter 18 - Security Enhanced Linux Chapter 19 - IPSEC and Virtual Private Networks Chapter 20 - Secure Shell and Kerberos Chapter 21 - Firewalls: netfilter Part 6 - Internet and Network Services Chapter 22 - Managing Services Chapter 23 - FTP Servers Chapter 24 - Web Servers: Tux and Apache Chapter 25 - Proxy Servers: Squid Chapter 26 - Mail Servers:Sendmail, Postfix, POP and IMAP Chapter 27 - Print Servers: CUPS Chapter 28 - News, Search and Database Servers Part 7 - System Administration Chapter 29 - Basic System Administration Chapter 30 - Managing Users Chapter 31 - File Systems: HAL and Mount Chapter 32 - RAID and LVM Chapter 33 - Devices and Modules Chapter 34 - Kernal Administration Chapter 35 - Backup Methods Chapter 36 - Administering TCP/IP Networks Part 8 - Network Administration Services Chapter 37 - DNS Servers: Bind Chapter 38 - Network Auto-Configuration Chapter 39 - NFS, NIS Appendix A- Where to Obtain Linux Distributions


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Linux.
Operating systems (Computers)