u command, Table 25-1: Interactive top Commands

uninstall command, Uninstalling a Package


Red Hat Linux, Removing Red Hat Linux

uninstalling., see installations

Unix printer (lpd spool), Print Queue Types

unmounting., see mounting

unpartitioned free space, Using Unpartitioned Free Space

active partitions, Using Free Space from an Active Partition, Destructive Repartitioning, Figure D-10. Disk Drive Being Destructively Repartitioned, Non-Destructive Repartitioning, Step 1: Compress existing data, Step 2: Resize the existing partition, Create new partition(s)

unused partitions, Using Space from an Unused Partition

unresolved dependencies, Unresolved Dependencies, Figure 2-29. Unresolved Dependencies, Unresolved Dependencies

Unresolved Dependencies screen, Unresolved Dependencies

unresolved dependency

installing RPM packages, Unresolved Dependency


compressing files, zip and unzip

Update boot loader configuration option (Boot Loader Configuration screen), Boot Loader Configuration


packages, Updating with the Package Management Tool, Updating Packages with the Red Hat Network, What You Get with Red Hat Network, Start Using the Red Hat Network, Updating Using the Errata List, Updating Using the Installation CD-ROMs

updates command, Table 2-2: Boot Options

upgrades, Chapter 3: Upgrading Your Current System, What It Means to Upgrade

Boot Loader configuration, Boot Loader Configuration, Creating a New Boot Loader Configuration, Advanced Boot Loader Configuration, Rescue Mode, Alternative Boot Loaders, Selecting Packages to Upgrade, Figure 3-6. Individual Package Selection, Unresolved Dependencies, Upgrading Packages, Figure 3-8. Installing Packages, Boot Diskette Creation, Figure 3-9. Boot Diskette Creation

customizing, Customizing Your Upgrade

file system, Upgrading Your File System

Red Hat Linux, Which Installation Class Is Best for You?, Upgrading Your System

RPM, RPM Design Goals

RPM packages, Upgrading

Upgrade Existing System option, Upgrading Your System, Figure 3-1. Choosing Install or Upgrade

use-syslog option (etc/X11/fs/config file), xfs Configuration

user accounts

creating, Creating a User Account

names, Important

passwords, Important

setup, Setting Up User Accounts

User Data tab (User Properties window), Modifying User Properties

User Manager

adding groups, Adding a New Group

adding users, Adding a New User, Figure 10-3: Adding a New User, Adding a New User

creating user accounts, Creating a User Account

Groups tab, 10-1. User Manager: 8212; Users Tab

managing users, Managing Users, User and Group Configuration

modifying group properties, Modifying Group Properties

User Manager command

System Tools menu, Setting Up User Accounts

User Properties window, Figure 10-4. User Properties, Modifying User Properties

tabs, Modifying User Properties

users, Chapter 10: Managing Users and Groups

groups, Chapter 10: Managing Users and Groups

local, User and Group Configuration

managing, Managing Users, User and Group Configuration, Adding a New User, Figure 10-3: Adding a New User, Adding a New User, Modifying User Properties, Adding a New Group, Modifying Group Properties

viewing all, User and Group Configuration

Users & Groups tool, Customizing the Desktop

Users &Groups command (System Settings), User and Group Configuration

usr directory, Overview of the Red Hat Linux File System

usr directory (FHS), The /usr Directory

usr partition, Server Installations

usr/local directory (FHS), The /usr/local Directory

usr/share/doc directory, A Larger Picture of the File System

usr/X11R6/ directory, XFree86

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