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Using Caldera Open Linux

Using Caldera Open Linux

Special Edition

Allan Smart

1208 pages, parution le 23/07/1999


Special Edition Using Caldera OpenLinux shows you how to install and configure the latest version of the Caldera Open Linux operating system - paying special attention to interconnectivity and day-to-day usage issues. It gives extensive coverage of the configuration and use of the myriad of network services Linux offers the consumer such as Samba, sendmail, ipmasquerading, and more. The book also covers how to install and manage applications, manage printers and provides step-by-step instructions for getting connected to the Internet.

  • Provides the most in-depth information available for Caldera OpenLinux 2.2
  • Covers the latest innovative network technology for Linux gurus and facilitates an easy migration to Linux for DOS/Windows users
  • Written by Caldera engineers with expertise in Linux and system integration with NetWare and NT
  • CD-ROM contains the free version of Caldera OpenLinux 2.2 along with Partition Magic, Caldera Edition and BootMagic.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction to OpenLinux
Chapter 1: What is OpenLinux?
Chapter 2: Installing OpenLinux

Part II: Using OpenLinux
Chapter 3: Introduction to the Desktop (KDE)
Chapter 4: Navigating the Desktop
Chapter 5: Customizing Your Desktop Environment
Chapter 6: KDM
Chapter 7: KDE Applications
Chapter 8: KOffice

Part III: OpenLinux System Administration
Chapter 9: Understanding the Linux File System
Chapter 10: Users, Groups, and Permissions
Chapter 11: Running DOS Programs
Chapter 12: System Initialization Under OpenLinux
Chapter 13: Customizing Your Shell Environment
Chapter 14: Printing
Chapter 15: Software Package Management
Chapter 16: How to Build/Rebuild a Package
Chapter 17: Building Custom Kernels
Chapter 18: Kernel Modules
Chapter 19: Disk Drives and File Systems
Chapter 20: Boot Loader

Part IV: Networking With OpenLinux
Chapter 21: Understanding TCP/IP Fundamentals
Chapter 22: Network Administration
Chapter 23: Advanced Network Features
Chapter 24: Connecting to an ISP
Chapter 25: Email Setup
Chapter 26: Domain Name Server (DNS)
Chapter 27: File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Chapter 28: The Web Server
Chapter 29: IP Masquerading
Chapter 30: IP Firewalling
Chapter 31: TCP Wrappers
Chapter 32: Sharing Files via NFS
Chapter 33: NetWare and OpenLinux
Chapter 34: Microsoft Windows and OpenLinux
Chapter 35: ARP, BOOTP, and DHCP
Chapter 36: Setting Up a Sample Network

Part V: X Window
Chapter 37: Configuring X
Chapter 38: Dissecting the XF86Config File
Chapter 39: Customizing X
Chapter 40: Controlling X Resources

Part VI: Etc.
Chapter 41: Encryption
Chapter 42: Multimedia

Part VII: Appendixes
Appendix A: Commonly Used Commands
Appendix B: Hardware Compatibility Lists
Appendix C: Loadable Module Parameters
Appendix D: How to Find Other Linux Information
Author Info

Allan Smart currently works as the Director of Education Services at Caldera Systems, Inc. He graduated from Utah State University with a B.S. degree in computer science and sub
sequently earned an M.B.A. degree in the executive program at the Marriott School of
Management of Brigham Young University. He has worked as an application developer, a systems engineer, a systems integrator, and a technical services director.

Erik Ratcliffe has been a Linux enthusiast since 1991 (starting with Linux kernel version 0.11). After playing with Linux as a hobby for five years, in 1996 he decided to leave his 12-year career in civil engineering to pursue a new career working with Linux at Caldera, Inc.
He now works with Allan Smart in the Caldera Systems Education Services department; his current responsibilities include doing research and development for courseware and helping to pioneer the Linux certification effort. He is also studying computer science at Utah
Valley State College.

Tim Bird has been working with Linux since 1993. He left Novell in 1995 to join Caldera, Inc., where he has been employed on various Linux programming projects. He has previously published articles in the NetWare Technical Journal. Tim received his master's degree in computer science from Brigham Young University in 1991. He currently works for
Caldera Thin Clients, Inc. He and his wife and three children live in Orem, Utah.

David Bandel earned a master of aviation management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University in 1989 at Ft. Campbell, KY. He retired from 20 years in the Army in February 1996. While on active duty, he learned many of the basics of UNIX working on DEC
5000s running Ultrix and Sun SparcStations running SunOS 4. In 1993, he began dabbling with Linux, a hobby which quickly grew on him. Currently, David works for Custom
Software Services, Inc. in Bellevue, WA, as the Senior Systems Technician. He installs and maintains systems for CSS and for their customers. He works on a wide variety of systems, maintaining Sparc Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, SCO Openserver, NT, and of course, Linux systems--most running CSS software, which uses Informix IDS and MSSQL Server databases David also works as an independent networking consultant and writes for the Linux Journal.

Wilson Mattos is a Master Certified Novell Engineer (MCNE) and a Master Certified Novell Instructor (MCNI) with over five years of multiplatform enterprise networking
experience. Besides being a Linux enthusiast for the past four years, in a recent partnership with Caldera Systems and the Kem County Superintendent of Schools, Wilson is assisting in the development of the first Linux authorized training courses and certifications.

L'auteur - Allan Smart

Allan Smart currently works as the director of Technical Services at Caldera, Inc. He graduated from Utah State University with a BS degree in computer science in 1984.

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Auteur(s) Allan Smart
Parution 23/07/1999
Nb. de pages 1208
EAN13 9780789720580


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