Saturday, August 17, 2019

SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies (Free PDF)

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SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies is a beginner’s guide for the upcoming SUSE Linux distribution. The approach to the subject matter and the writing style is that of the successful For Dummies series. The focus is on introducing you to the SUSE Linux desktop with all the GUI tools, including the office productivity suite ( and multimedia applications (audio player, digital camera, CD burning, image editing, and so on). I include a chapter on connecting to the Internet using cable/DSL modems and setting up a basic home network because these have become necessities for anyone who has more than one PC and, especially, for those who plan to run SUSE Linux on a PC. I also include a part that introduces the basics of routine system administration, how to add and update software, and how to tighten up the system’s security.

Part I: Getting to Know SUSE
Chapter 1: What Is SUSE Linux?
Chapter 2: Installing SUSE Linux
Chapter 3: Starting SUSE for the First Time
Chapter 4: Taking Stock of What’s in SUSE
Part II: Test Driving SUSE
Chapter 5: Exploring the SUSE Desktops
Chapter 6: Finding and Organizing Files
Chapter 7: I Want My Internet, Now!
Chapter 8: Setting Up an Ethernet LAN with Wireless Access
Part III: Doing Stuff with SUSE
Chapter 9: Browsing the Web
Chapter 10: E-Mailing and Instant Messaging in SUSE
Chapter 11: Reading Newsgroups
Chapter 12: Preparing Documents and Spreadsheets in SUSE Linux
Chapter 13: Doing Even More Office Stuff in SUSE Linux
Chapter 14: Playing Music and Burning CDs
Chapter 15: Working with Photos and Images
Chapter 16: What’s a Shell and Why Do I Care?
Part IV: Becoming a SUSE Wizard
Chapter 17: Look Ma, I’m a Sysadmin!
Chapter 18: Updating SUSE and Adding New Software
Chapter 19: Securing SUSE Linux
Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 20: Ten Frequently Asked Questions about SUSE
Chapter 21: The Ten Best Things about SUSE
Chapter 22: Ten Great Web Sites for SUSE Maniacs
Chapter 23: Ten Most Commonly Used SUSE Commands
Appendix: About the DVD-ROM

Author Details
"Naba Barkakati" is an electrical engineer and a successful computer-book author who has experience in a wide variety of systems, ranging from MS-DOS and Windows to UNIX and Linux. He bought his first personal computer — an IBM PC-AT — in 1984 after graduating with a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland at College Park.

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