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  • Fedora 7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible
    by Christopher Negus: The Fedora 7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible gives clear thorough instructions for the basic user and administrator skills needed to master the latest version of Fedora and RHEL. The book includes: step-by-step instructions for making Linux installation simple and painless; how to take advantage of the desktop interface (including coverage of AIGL and XGL); how to use the Linux shell, file system, and text editor; key system administration skills including setting up users, automating system tasks, backing up and restoring files, and understanding the latest security issues and threats; using and customizing the desktop menus, icons, window manager, and xterm; and, how to create and publish formatted documents with Linux applications. hot
  • Fedora Troubleshooting Bible
    by Christopher Negus: an indispensable resource for Fedora users who must now work without customer support from Red Hat, Inc., covering critical troubleshooting techniques for networks, internal servers, and external servers hot
  • Beginning Fedora "X"
    by Shishir Gundavaram, Kapil Sharma, Deepak Thomas, Sandip Bhattacharya, Pancrazio De Mauro, Mark Mamone, Simon Whiting: 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
  • Fedora 6 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible
    With Fedora Core 6, you get the latest Linux technology and previews of upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux software. Run Fedora Core 6 live (no install required), install it to hard disk when you're ready, and add hundreds of Fedora Extras packages. Everything comes on the DVD and two CDs included with this book.
  • Fedora 7 & Red Hat Enterprise Linux: The Complete Reference
    by Richard Petersen: With full details on Red Hat's Fedora Core 7 and Enterprise Linux distributions, the latest edition of this bestselling guide covers everything from installation and configuration to system administration and security. The new versions of Gnome and KDE GUIs, as well as the latest Linux kernel, 2.6, are examined in detail. The entire Fedora Core 7 distribution is included on DVD.
  • Fedora 7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible
    by Christopher Negus: The Fedora 7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible gives clear thorough instructions for the basic user and administrator skills needed to master the latest version of Fedora and RHEL. The book includes: step-by-step instructions for making Linux installation simple and painless; how to take advantage of the desktop interface (including coverage of AIGL and XGL); how to use the Linux shell, file system, and text editor; key system administration skills including setting up users, automating system tasks, backing up and restoring files, and understanding the latest security issues and threats; using and customizing the desktop menus, icons, window manager, and xterm; and, how to create and publish formatted documents with Linux applications.
  • Fedora Timesaving Techniques for Dummies
    by Susan Douglas, Korry Douglas: this book gives experienced and first-time Fedora users sixty concise, step-by-step, timesaving techniques to help them perform tasks with Fedora more efficiently
  • Fedora X All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies
    by Naba Barkakati: this essential reference organizes material into a set of nine stand-alone, task-oriented minibooks that enable readers to understand all aspects of the Fedora OS, the latest release of the most popular Linux distribution Each minibook covers a different aspect of Fedora, such as getting users started with Fedora, the various workstations and applications, OpenOffice.org, networking, system administration, security, running Internet servers on a Fedora system, and programming
  • Fedora X for Dummies
    by Jon Hall, Paul G. Sery: shows Linux newbies how to install and use Red Hat's Fedora-the latest release of the most popular Linux distribution-in the familiar friendly, easy-to-understand For Dummies style
  • Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora
    by Bill McCarty: the Publisher's Edition of Fedora is included in this book on two disks. New in this edition are installation instructions for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora, package updating for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora, information on the GRUB bootloader, and the CUPS printer system
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Fedora Edition (DVD): The Complete Reference
    by Richard Petersen, Ibrahim Haddad: introduces two major Linux development lines. Without assuming prior knowledge of Unix, he covers system setup; the working environment (GNOME and KDE desktops); software and server management; and system and network administration. The DVD contains the latest Fedora Core release and a complete set of source code for files for all the Linux software provided
  • Red Hat Fedora Core 6 Unleashed
    by Paul Hudson, Andrew Hudson: This book provides detailed information on installing, using, and administering Fedora. You?ll learn how to set up a desktop workstation or a high-powered server, and you?ll find complete details on Yum, Fedora?s easy-to-use desktop and productivity software.
  • Red Hat Fedora Linux "X" For Dummies
    by Jon 'maddog' Hall, Paul G. Sery: this friendly guide will help you install and configure the new edition of Fedora Core so you can use exciting features like the SELinux infrastructure, which boosts system security, and MPlayer, the powerful Linux multimedia tool
  • Red Hat Fedora Linux 2 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
    by Naba Barkakati: this essential reference organizes material into a set of nine stand-alone, task-oriented minibooks that enable readers to understand all aspects of the Fedora OS, the latest release of the most popular Linux distribution
  • Red Hat Fedora Linux 2 Bible
    by Christopher Negus: includes key technical support advice for Fedora, guidelines for contributing to the Fedora project, and new sections on managing and manipulating file systems and disk tuning, system rescue, VNC (virtual network computing), and VmWare
  • Red Hat Fedora Linux 3 Bible
    by Christopher Negus: explains the basic features of Fedora and offers instructions concerning its use, administration, network and server set-up, and its compatibility with new technology. Four companion CD-ROMs provide the software needed for a complete Fedora system
  • Red Hat Linux Fedora 3 Unleashed
    by Billy Ball, Hoyt Duff: includes new and additional materials based on the latest release of Red Hat's Fedora Core Linux distribution
  • Red Hat Linux Fedora All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies
    by Naba Barkakati: includes 9 quick-reference guides in one: Fedora Basics, Workstations and Applications, OpenOffice.org, Networking, Internet, Administration, Security, Internet Servers, and Programming. 9 books in 1-- with the full Fedora Core distribution on DVD
  • Red Hat Linux Fedora for Dummies
    by Jon 'maddog' Hall, Paul G. Sery: shows first-time Linux users how to install and use the latest version of the world's most popular Linux distribution
  • Red Hat Linux Fedora Unleashed
    by Bill Ball, Hoyt Duff: an introduction to Red Hat Software's distribution of the Linux operating system. The chapter topics<-->written by 11 authors<-- >include configuring and building kernels, the Apache Web server, printing, security, shell programming, and different programming languages within Linux. An appendix lists descriptions of 50 Linux commands
  • Sams Teach Yourself: Red Hat Linux Fedora in 24 Hours
    by Aron Hsiao: covers all the most important topics for the reader who wants to get Linux up and running and to become productive with the operating system as quickly as possible. The book covers topics such as installing, setting up, and negotiating the new desktop environment



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