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eBook Official Red Hat Linux User's Guide download ISBN: 0764549677
Author: Inc. Red Hat
Publisher: *Red Hat; 1 edition (November 8, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 456
ePub: 1508 kb
Fb2: 1189 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Operating Systems

A guide to using the web console for managing systems in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.

The Red Hat Documentation Team represents over ten years of experience in all aspects of Linux development .

The Red Hat Documentation Team represents over ten years of experience in all aspects of Linux development, programming, and administration. They are also the authors of the Official Red Hat Linux Administrator’s Guide, the perfect companion book for Red Hat system administrators. Contributors from the Red Hat Press Documentation Team: Tammy Fox, John Ha, Sandra A. Moore.

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Red Hat Linux 7 Unleashed by William Ball and David Pitts; Sams. 6. More to Come The Official Red Hat Linux Reference Guide is part of Red Hat’s commitment to provide useful and timely support to Red Hat Linux users. For more in-depth information concerning the various topics discussed throughout this book, many of the chapters list specific book titles, usually in an Additional Resources area.

Red Hat Linux who download the software The book to read after The Official Red Hat Linux User's Guide (0-7645-4967-7) Includes high-end Red Hat administration instruction on features such as GRUB and ext3 Advanced topics cover creating network scripts, configuring.

Red Hat Linux Reference Guide provides detailed information suited for more experienced users to refer to when needed, as opposed to step-by-step instructions

Red Hat Linux Reference Guide provides detailed information suited for more experienced users to refer to when needed, as opposed to step-by-step instructions. They can be found on the Red Hat Linux CD and online at

The Official Red Hat Linux Reference Guide contains information about advanced topics that may not affect every user, depending upon how they use their Red Hat Linux system

The Official Red Hat Linux Reference Guide contains information about advanced topics that may not affect every user, depending upon how they use their Red Hat Linux system.

Essential reading for administrators of Red Hat Linux who download the software The book to read after The Official Red Hat Linux User's Guide (0-7645-4967-7) Includes high-end Red Hat administration instruction on features such as GRUB and ext3 Advanced topics cover.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a Linux distribution developed by Red Hat for the commercial market. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is released in server versions for x86-64, Power ISA, ARM64, and IBM Z, and a desktop version for x86-64. All of Red Hat's official support and training, together with the Red Hat Certification Program, focuses on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is often abbreviated to RHEL.

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* Ideal to help Red Hat Linux beginners get up and running with Red Hat Linux * Provides complete beginner-level coverage and offers comprehensive overview of user-level topics and basic administrator-level chores, such as the shell prompt, building a basic firewall, and managing users * Explores the Red Hat Network, technical support, and frequently asked questions about Red Hat Linux * CD-ROM contains a 2-CD distribution of the latest version of Red Hat

Copyright © 2004 by Red Hat, Inc. Material may be distributed only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Open Publication License, V1.0 or later (the latest version is presently available at http://www.opencontent.org/openpub/).

Comments: (3)
Cha
Red Hat 8.0 is a very good first attempt at the desktop OS market by Red Hat. This book looks like a collection of some of the excellent documentation from Red Hats web site. It covers basic installation and use well. For more advanced use you will have to look elsewhere(It couldn't tell me how to setup power management on my laptop). The book concentrates heavily on using Gnome, but has an appendix on using KDE. The section on using the command line interface (CLI) is a good introduction for beginners. I would recommend this book for someone who was interested in trying Red Hat Linux. Then after gaining some experience they could move to a more advanced Linux/Unix book. This book and CD set is a great deal if you are not able to download the CD image and documentation from Red Hat, or if you prefer printed manuals.
BlackHaze
The red hat users guide is well written but for beginers it would seem like a foriegn language but after you get the hang of this operating system you will begin to undertand more and more about the things in this book me personally i had trouble for many years keeping my microsoft windows applications working new viruses were coming out everday there platform was just to unstable and it got to the point to were i was either going to have to buy another windows product for hundreads of dollars that would fail or i could buy a new operating system for next to nothing , sure i would have to learn new software but its worth it in the end to have a more stable system the only thing i really had trouble with was getting an internet connection and working with the KPPP but with this books help i can set up internet connections over the phone with any provider within a few minutes with ease this is a great guide for any first time user or exsisting users
Keramar
I am a novice in Linux. At the beginning, I feel this book is too expensive to buy. The other Chinese version of the Linux textbooks [are lower-priced]. However, I choose this one finally, because some of them are too simple and the other are too difficult for beginners.
This offical guide points out a lot of examples for you. You can follow the examples and learn the concept immediately. Moreover the authors use the simple English to explain the difficult idea. I haven't used the dictionary during my studying. You do not feel tired after studying and can start your Linux job at once. Some of IT text books are too thick like Microsoft Press - Exchange Server 2000 and you will forget part of your learning in the last chapter.
If necessary, I will try to buy the same series of Linux text books later. If the price can lower, I think it is a good news for all users.