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Chapter 1: Installation Options and System Requirements

Figure 1-1. Windows 9x System Properties
Figure 1-2. Windows 9x Device Manager
Figure 1-3. Windows 2000 System Properties
Figure 1-4. Windows 2000 System Properties — Hardware
Figure 1-5. Windows 2000 Device Manager

Chapter 2: Installing Red Hat Linux

Figure 2-1. Installation Program Widgets as Seen in Boot Loader Configuration
Figure 2-2. Installation Program Widgets as Seen in Disk Druid
Figure 2-3. The Select Partition Dialog for Hard Drive Installation
Figure 2-4. The NFS Setup Dialog
Figure 2-5. The FTP Setup Dialog
Figure 2-6. The HTTP Setup Dialog
Figure 2-7. Language Selection
Figure 2-8. Keyboard Configuration
Figure 2-9. Determining Your Mouse Type
Figure 2-10. Mouse Configuration
Figure 2-11. Choosing an Installation Type
Figure 2-12. Disk Partitioning Setup
Figure 2-13. Automatic Partitioning
Figure 2-14. Partitioning with Disk Druid
Figure 2-15. Creating a New Partition
Figure 2-16. Boot Loader Configuration
Figure 2-17. Boot Loader Installation
Figure 2-18. Network Configuration
Figure 2-19. Editing a Network Device
Figure 2-20. Firewall Configuration
Figure 2-21. Language Support Selection
Figure 2-22. Configuring the Time Zone
Figure 2-23. Account Creation
Figure 2-24. Creating a User Account
Figure 2-25. Authentication Configuration
Figure 2-26. Package Group Selection
Figure 2-27. Package Group Details
Figure 2-28. Selecting Individual Packages
Figure 2-29. Unresolved Dependencies
Figure 2-30. Installing Packages
Figure 2-31. Boot Disk Creation
Figure 2-32. X Configuration
Figure 2-33. Monitor Configuration
Figure 2-34. X Customization

Chapter 3: Upgrading Your Current System

Figure 3-1. Choosing Install or Upgrade
Figure 3-2. Upgrade Customization
Figure 3-3. Upgrade Boot Loader Configuration
Figure 3-4. Boot Loader Configuration
Figure 3-5. Boot Loader Installation
Figure 3-6. Individual Package Selection
Figure 3-7. Unresolved Dependencies
Figure 3-8. Installing Packages
Figure 3-9. Boot Diskette Creation

Chapter 4: After Installation . . .

Figure 4-1. Date and Time Configuration
Figure 4-2. Red Hat Network Registration Client
Figure 4-3. Installing Additional Software
Figure 4-4. Mouse Not Detected

Chapter 5: Getting Started

Figure 5-1. A Shell Prompt
Figure 5-2. The Desktop Panel
Figure 5-3. The Graphical Login Screen
Figure 5-4. The Graphical Desktop
Figure 5-5. The Red Hat User Manager
Figure 5-6. Logout Confirmation

Chapter 6: Using the Graphical Desktop

Figure 6-1. The Graphical Desktop
Figure 6-2. The Panel at the Bottom of the Desktop
Figure 6-3. The Workspace Switcher
Figure 6-4. The Taskbar
Figure 6-5. The Red Hat Network Notification Tool
Figure 6-6. The Authentication Icon
Figure 6-7. The Start Here Window
Figure 6-8. Your Default Save Directory—Home
Figure 6-9. Creating a New Folder
Figure 6-10. A Full Trash Can
Figure 6-11. Customizing Your Desktop
Figure 6-12. Adding a Drawer to the Panel
Figure 6-13. Adding New Panels
Figure 6-14. The Workspace Switcher Preferences Window
Figure 6-15. The Theme Preferences Window
Figure 6-16. The Metal Theme
Figure 6-17. Theme Preferences—Window Border Tab
Figure 6-18. The Gorilla Window Border Style
Figure 6-19. Changing Your Desktop Background
Figure 6-20. Changing Your Desktop and Window Patterns
Figure 6-21. Changing Desktop and Window Colors
Figure 6-22. Adding Emblems to Icons
Figure 6-23. Resizing Icons
Figure 6-24. Screensavers in Red Hat Linux
Figure 6-25. The Screensaver Preferences Window
Figure 6-26. The Desktop Log Out Confirmation

Chapter 7: Diskettes and CD-ROMs

Figure 7-1. Viewing Files on a Diskette with Nautilus
Figure 7-2. gfloppy
Figure 7-3. gfloppy Status Box
Figure 7-4. KDE Floppy Formatter
Figure 7-5. Contents of a CD-ROM in Nautilus
Figure 7-6. Contents of a CD-ROM in Konqueror
Figure 7-7. X-CD-Roast Setup Screen
Figure 7-8. Using X-CD-Roast to Duplicate CDs
Figure 7-9. Using X-CD-Roast to Back Up Hard Drive Files

Chapter 8: Shell Prompt Basics

Figure 8-1. A Shell Prompt
Figure 8-2. The pwd Command Shows You Where You Are
Figure 8-3. ls with the -a Option
Figure 8-4. Sample ls Output for the /etc Directory
Figure 8-5. Joining Files and Redirecting Output
Figure 8-6. Stringing Commands and Comparing Files
Figure 8-7. Piping Output of ls to more
Figure 8-8. Permissions for sneakers.txt
Figure 8-9. Changing Permissions for sneakers.txt

Chapter 9: Managing Files and Directories

Figure 9-1. File Roller
Figure 9-2. Adding Files to an Archive

Chapter 10: Managing Users and Groups

Figure 10-1. User Manager—Users Tab
Figure 10-2. User Manager — Groups Tab
Figure 10-3. Adding a New User
Figure 10-4. User Properties
Figure 10-5. New Group
Figure 10-6. Group Properties

Chapter 11: Working with Documents

Figure 11-1. Writer
Figure 11-2. Adding an Image to Your Document
Figure 11-3. Calc
Figure 11-4. Creating Charts with Calc
Figure 11-5. Impress
Figure 11-6. Impress AutoPilot Wizard
Figure 11-7. Draw
Figure 11-8. The xpdf PDF Viewer
Figure 11-9. Viewing a PDF in xpdf

Chapter 12: Getting Online

Figure 12-1. Ethernet Settings
Figure 12-2. Ethernet Device
Figure 12-3. Modem Settings
Figure 12-4. Modem Device
Figure 12-5. Configuring a DSL Connection
Figure 12-6. Viewing a New xDSL Device
Figure 12-7. Wireless Settings
Figure 12-8. Wireless Device

Chapter 13: Choosing Your Internet Software

Figure 13-1. Mozilla Profile Creation
Figure 13-2. Mozilla Profile Manager
Figure 13-3. Profile Configuration
Figure 13-4. Profile Screen with New Profile Added
Figure 13-5. Mozilla Main Browser Window
Figure 13-6. Mozilla Composer
Figure 13-7. Nautilus Web Search
Figure 13-8. Welcome to Konqueror
Figure 13-9. The Konqueror Handbook
Figure 13-10. Configuring Galeon
Figure 13-11. Online with Galeon
Figure 13-12. Evolution Welcome Screen
Figure 13-13. Evolution Main Screen
Figure 13-14. Evolution Inbox Screen
Figure 13-15. Evolution New Email Message Screen
Figure 13-16. Mozilla—Mail Client
Figure 13-17. Mozilla Mail New Email Message Screen
Figure 13-18. Newsgroup Account Setup
Figure 13-19. KMail Main Screen
Figure 13-20. KMail New Email Message Screen
Figure 13-21. Pine Main Menu Screen
Figure 13-22. Pine Compose Message Screen
Figure 13-23. MuttMain Screen

Chapter 14: Audio, Video, and General Amusement

Figure 14-1. CD Player Interface
Figure 14-2. CD Player Preferences
Figure 14-3. XMMS Interface
Figure 14-4. The Xine Panel
Figure 14-5. Sound Card Configuration Tool
Figure 14-6. X Configuration Tool
Figure 14-7. Same Gnome— Match the Marbles Game

Chapter 15: Working with Images

Figure 15-1. Contents of a Folder in Nautilus
Figure 15-2. The Zoom Function in Nautilus
Figure 15-3. GQview Displaying a .jpg Image
Figure 15-4. The GQview Options Dialog Box
Figure 15-5. The GIMP in Action
Figure 15-6. The Load Image Dialog
Figure 15-7. An Image Modified with a GIMP Filter
Figure 15-8. The GIMP Toolbox
Figure 15-9. Using the Text Tool on an Image

Chapter 16: Printer Configuration

Figure 16-1. Printer Configuration Tool
Figure 16-2. Adding a Printer
Figure 16-3. Adding a Local Printer
Figure 16-4. Choosing a Printer Device
Figure 16-5. Choosing a Printer Driver
Figure 16-6. Editing a Printer

Chapter 17: Basic Firewall Configuration

Figure 17-1. Security Level Configuration Tool
Figure 17-2. Basic Configuration
Figure 17-3. Local Hosts
Figure 17-4. DHCP

Chapter 18: Time and Date Configuration

Figure 18-1. Time and Date Properties
Figure 18-2. The Time Zone Tab

Chapter 19: Package Management

Figure 19-1. Package Management Tool
Figure 19-2. Individual Package Selection
Figure 19-3. Package Installation Summary
Figure 19-4. Package Removal Summary
Figure 19-5. Registering with Red Hat Network
Figure 19-6. Applying Errata with the Update Agent

Chapter 25: Gathering System Information

Figure 25-1. GNOME System Monitor — Process Listing Tab
Figure 25-2. GNOME System Monitor — System Monitor Tab
Figure 25-3. Hardware Browser

Appendix B: The KDE Desktop Environment

Figure B-1. The KDE Setup Wizard
Figure B-2. A Typical KDE Desktop
Figure B-3. The KDE Panel
Figure B-4. The Number of Desktops Tab in the Panel Configuration
Figure B-5. Applications on the Taskbar
Figure B-6. The Konqueror File Manager
Figure B-7. Working with the Navigation Panel
Figure B-8. Viewing an Image in Konqueror
Figure B-9. Zooming Buttons in the Konqueror Toolbar
Figure B-10. The Open With . . . Dialog Box
Figure B-11. The KDE HelpCenter
Figure B-12. KDE Logout Screen

Appendix D: An Introduction to Disk Partitions

Figure D-1. An Unused Disk Drive
Figure D-2. Disk Drive with a File System
Figure D-3. Disk Drive with a Different File System
Figure D-4. Disk Drive with Data Written to It
Figure D-5. Disk Drive with Partition Table
Figure D-6. Disk Drive with a Single Partition
Figure D-7. Disk Drive with Extended Partition
Figure D-8. Disk Drive with Unpartitioned Free Space
Figure D-9. Disk Drive with an Unused Partition
Figure D-10. Disk Drive Being Destructively Repartitioned
Figure D-11. Disk Drive Being Compressed
Figure D-12. Disk Drive with Partition Resized
Figure D-13. Disk Drive with Final Partition Configuration

The Red Hat Documentation Team - Official Red Hat Linux User's Guide
The Red Hat Documentation Team - Official Red Hat Linux User's Guide
Year: 2002
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