Offering full coverage of Linux in one source, this book documents the most commonly needed topics for new and experienced Linux users and programmers - including over 100 utilities and their common options. Provides a good foundation of understanding for the most often-used Linux utilities. Devotes a chapter to helpful installation information for those who must install their own systems. Includes hundreds of command and code examples throughout. Provides approximately 50 diagrams throughout. Features FTP-able files; code used in the book will be made available on a website hosted by the publisher. A useful reference for anyone using a Linux platform, including programmers, system administrators, and any user who must understand the operating system outside of a specific application.2.5.4 Boot Loaders 32 2.5.5 Boot Floppy 32 2.6 Get Linux 33 2.6.1 CD-ROM 33 2.6.2 Download 34 2.7 Install Linux 35 2.7.1 ... 2.7.2 Boot 35 2.7.3 Partition Disks 35 2.7.4 Resize a Windows Partition 37 2.7.5 System Setup 37 2.7.6 The Boot Loader 38 ... a File: vim 61 3.21 Deleting a Directory: rmdir 62 3.22 Deleting a File: rm 62 3.23 Printing a File: lp/lpstat/cancel 64 3.24 Printing a File: lpr/lpq/lprm 65 3.37.6 emacs Modes 95 3.37.7 Entering Text 95 3.37.8 Common Table of Contents ix.
|Title||:||Linux for Programmers and Users|
|Author||:||Graham Glass, King Ables|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006|