Index_C


C

.c , 164, 185
.C , 185
C compiler
running, 164 “165
workings, 181 “182
C preprocessor, 166 “167
cable modem, 105 “107, 300
cancel , 243 “244, 257
cardctl , 239 “240
cardmgr , 235 “237, 239
case , 153
cat , 3
.cc , 185
CC , 174
cc , 160. See also C compiler; gcc
cd , 5
cdrecord , 229 “231, 269, 272
CFLAGS , 174, 187 “188
CHAP. See PPP, CHAP
character devices. See devices, character
chat , 99 “102
chfn , 69
chmod , 23 “24, 143
chsh , 9, 69
clobbering, 15
command path , 11, 304 “305, 308, 310
command substitution. See Bourne shell, command substitution
compress , 27
configuration files, 10, 67 “68. See also dot files
configure , 185 “189
cost considerations, 322 “325
cp , 4
cpio , 280, 282 “283
cpp . See C preprocessor
CPPFLAGS , 174, 187 “188, 199
CPU. See processor
cron , 73 “75
csh , 306. See also tcsh
. cshrc , 310
CUPS
access control, 257
adding printers, 248 “250
auto-discovery , 258 “259
basic setup, 245 “246
command overview, 256 “257
default printer, 249
introduction, 243
LPD compatibility, 259
print filters ( see printing, filters; foomatic)
printer configuration, 252 “256
printer devices, 250 “252
security, 246 “247
starting, 247
testing, 248 “249, 256
troubleshooting, 260 “262
Web interface, 247, 256
Web site, 265
CVS, 328
.cxx , 185



How Linux Works
How Linux Works: What Every Superuser Should Know
ISBN: 1593270356
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
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