One of the most difficult aspects of Linux is getting it installed and running effectively. SuSE Linux Installation a Configuration Handbook addresses the problems and challenges that every Linux user who wants SuSE on their system will face. This book is a step-by-step, focused tutorial on installing and reliably maintaining a SuSE Linux and the applications that are included in its distribution. Topics include installing the Xfree86 Windows system, creating and formatting file systems, installing kernel source code, using Yast to configure printers, and installing and configuring peripherals. Also included are configuring SuSE as a DNS server, configuring a TCP/IP network, installing and configuring Samba, setting up the Apache web server, setting up the KDE and Gnome desktops, and configuring and administering Mysql.This protocol used to be called Server Message Block (SMB) but is now referred to as Common Internet File System (CIFS). If you have ... Installing Samba should not be too difficult because it already comes pre-packaged with SuSE Linux.
|Title||:||SuSE Linux Installation and Configuration Handbook|
|Author||:||Nazeeh Amin El-Dirghami, Youssef A. Abu Kwaik|
|Publisher||:||Que Pub - 2000|