LINUX Unleashing the Workstation in Your PC
de Stefan Strobel et Volker Elling
This book introduces the concepts and features of Linux. It describes the features and services of the Internet which have been instrumental in the rapid development and wide distribution of Linux and focuses on the graphical interface, network capability, and extended tools of Linux. It also gives an overview of the wide range of freeware applications available for Linux. Now completely revised and expanded to help the reader take full advantage of the high-performance of Linux 2.0, this third edition lists all of the currently supported hardware; provides the latest information on Linux as client/server; explains the newest applications including StarOffice 3.1, new graphics tools (including GIMP), Xemacs, and LyX; and presents the most up to date information on security and cryptography. Plus, there is a new UNIX command reference with entries grouped by purpose, as well as a new section on how to deal with errors. All in all, the most up-to-date information on Linux available!