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Samba, 488–92, 500

scientific calculators, 116–19

SCO (Santa Cruz Operation), 8

screen captures, 125–26

screensavers, 78–79

scripts. See shell scripts

security issues

firewalls, 35–36, 164–65, 370

passwords, 142–45, 441–42

proxy servers, 95–96

Security Level Configuration, 153–54

Selection tools (GIMP), 297–99

Select menu (GIMP), 292–93

Server and Configuration Tools, 41

ServerName, 366–67

servers, 41

FTP, 377–85

Web, 359–76

Server Settings, 67

Service Configuration, 492–93

Service Management, 492

services, 148, 364, 492

shapes

creating, in Impress, 247–48

drawing basic, 203

shell commands, 401–21

>, 407, 410

advanced, 470–75

cal, 470–73

cat, 407, 410, 411

cd, 56, 58, 406, 431–32

clear, 58, 405

cls, 56

cmp, 406, 407–8

cp, 55–56, 58, 406

date, 412, 418

dc, 474–75

diff, 406, 407–8

dmesg, 438–39

du, 437

echo, 456

env, 412, 414–15

file and directory management, 405–11

finger, 412, 418–19

free, 437

fsck, 440, 441

grep, 473–74

groupadd, 434

groups, 434–35

head, 407, 410

help, 405

history, 404–5

HISTSIZE, 404–5

ifconfig, 412, 416, 436

init, 426–27

kill, 412, 413, 415

logname, 432–33

ls, 54, 58, 406

man, 405

mkdir, 55, 58, 406

multiple, on one line, 483–84

mv, 406

network utilities, 415–18

passwd, 441

ping, 412, 416–17

ps, 412, 413

pwd, 438

redirect, 410

rm, 57, 58, 406

rmdir, 58, 406

shutdown, 441

spell, 406, 408–9

su, 441–42

system, 411–14

top, 412, 413–14

traceroute, 412, 417-18

uname, 412, 420

useradd, 433–34

who, 412, 419–20

whois, 412, 420

shell editors, 475–81

Emacs, 479–81

Pico, 478–79

vi, 475–77

shell interface, 402–5

shell mode, 39

shells

accessing, 402–3

accessing man pages from, 59

basics, 53–59, 402

Bourne, 50

Bourne-again (bash), 50, 501

C, 50

features of, 50

Korn, 50

Login, 143

opening, 51–52

overview, 49–52

switching between, 405

types of Linux, 50

shell scripts, 50

about, 448–50

advanced, 481–84

basics, 450–54

case statements, 481–83

configuration, 161–64

executable, 452

if statements in, 462–65

loops in, 465–66

math in, 461–62

multiple statements on one line, 483–84

user input in, 460–61

variables in, 454–60

shortcuts, adding/deleting, 60–61

shutdown command, 441

shut down process, 425–26

signature files, 97

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), 97, 154, 312, 321

Singh, Manish, 287

Skolnick, Cliff, 364

Slide Show menu (Impress), 246

slide shows

creating, with Impress, 250–55

setting up, with Impress, 255–57

SMB (Server Message Block), 488

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), 97, 154, 312, 321

Smudge tool (GIMP), 304

Soalris, 8

software,

See also applications

commercial, 6

limited, for Linux, 12–13

open source, 6–7

packages, 27–29, 39–44

sources of, 499–500

Sound & Video, 67

Sound Recorder, 336

sound utilities, 336–38, 347–49

source code, open source, 6–7

special characters, inserting, 199–200

spell checker, 205, 406, 408–9

spell command, 406, 408–9

spreadsheet applications, 135–37, 178–79, 219–40

spreadsheets, creating, 235–38

SQL Database Server, 41

Stallman, Richard, 8

standard deviation function (STDEV), 226–27

Start Here icon, 69

Start menu

KDE, 51–52, 61–68

Windows, 51–52

start-up mode, 51

static IP addresses, 84, 369

Status Bar tab, 211, 213

sticky keys, 130

storage devices, displaying free space on, 155–56

su command, 441–42

summation, 225

Sun Microsystems, 8

supercomputers, 14

superuser, 143, 441–42

swap partitions, 30

system administration

from KDE, 159–60

from the shell, 424–45

system commands, 411–14

system configuration

desktop preferences, 75–80

hardware settings, 81–82

Internet settings, 93–101

in KDE, 73–101

network settings, 82–93

setting preferences, 80–81

system monitors

GKrell System Monitor, 180–81

System Monitor, 149–51

system packages, 42

system requirements, 19–20

system resources, 424

System Settings, 67

system tools, 67, 148–56

adding/removing applications, 154–55

Desktop Sharing, 183–84

Desktop Switcher, 182

GDM Setup, 354, 357

GKrell System Monitor, 180–81

Hardware Browser, 151–52

Internet Connection Wizard, 83–89

KDiskFree, 155–56

KFind, 353, 354

Kickstart Configurator, 161–65

Network Device Control, 83, 89–93

Security Level Configuration, 153–54

System Monitor, 149–51

system variables, 455–57



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Moving From Windows to Linux
Moving From Windows To Linux (Charles River Media Networking/Security)
ISBN: 1584502800
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 247
Authors: Chuck Easttom

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