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Beginning SUSE Linux: From Novice to Professional 2nd Edition [Paperback]

Keir Thomas
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Table of Contents

PART I - Introducing the World of Linux CHAPTER 1 Welcome! CHAPTER 2 A History and Politics Lesson CHAPTER 3 The Realities of Running Linux PART II - Installing SUSE Linux CHAPTER 4 Preinstallation Steps CHAPTER 5 Installing SUSE Linux CHAPTER 6 Solving Installation Problems PART III - The No-Nonsense Getting Started Guide CHAPTER 7 Booting Linux for the First Time CHAPTER 8 Getting Everything Up and Running CHAPTER 9 How to Secure Your Computer CHAPTER 10 Personalizing SUSE Linux: Getting Everything Just Right CHAPTER 11 SUSE Linux Replacements for Windows Programs CHAPTER 12 Managing Your Files PART IV - The Shell and Beyond CHAPTER 13 Introducing the BASH Shell CHAPTER 14 Understanding Linux Files and Users CHAPTER 15 Working with Text Files CHAPTER 16 Taking Control of the System CHAPTER 17 Cool Shell Tricks PART V - Multimedia CHAPTER 18 Digital Music CHAPTER 19 Movies and Multimedia CHAPTER 20 Image Editing PART VI - Office Tasks CHAPTER 21 Making the Move to OpenOffice.Org CHAPTER 22 OpenOffice.Org Overview CHAPTER 23 In Depth: Writer CHAPTER 24 In Depth: Calc CHAPTER 25 In Depth: Impress CHAPTER 26 In Depth: Base CHAPTER 27 In Depth: Evolution CHAPTER 28 Running Microsoft Office Under SUSE Linux PART VII - Keeping Your System Running CHAPTER 29 Installing and Removing Software CHAPTER 30 Managing Users CHAPTER 31 Optimizing Your System CHAPTER 32 Backing Up Data CHAPTER 33 Scheduling Tasks CHAPTER 34 Accessing Computers Remotely APPENDIX A Glossary of Linux Terms APPENDIX B BASH Command Index APPENDIX C Getting Further Help INDEX

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