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Learn to use panels, menus, icons, and applets. Set preferences for handling digital cameras, USB flash drives, CDs, DVDs, and other media. Try out dozens of GNOME games and applications.
Master the KDE Desktop
Understand how to navigate KDE desktops. Use Konqueror to work with files and folders, and even create an image gallery. Change settings with the KDE control center. Play with KDE tools, players, and games.
With Fedora Core 5, you get the latest Linux technology and previews of upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux software. Run Fedora Core 5 live (no installation required), install it to hard disk when you're ready, and add hundreds of Fedora Extras packages. Everything comes on the DVD and two CDs included with this book. Use the latest Linux desktop, server, and systems administration features as you learn skills that scale up to professional, commercial-quality Linux systems.
Configure Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux to:
Install complete Fedora Core 5 from DVD
Boot Fedora 5 live or start a Fedora network install from CD #1
Add hundreds of Fedora Extras packages from CD #2
Transition your Fedora skills to Enterprise Linux with:
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The book is very good, it was detailed with exactly what I was looking for. this will be a very good book to have for reference in the future. Money well spent.Published on August 1, 2007 by John August Collura Jr.
I bought this book mainly to get the next upgrade of Fedora along with useful documentation. The book is enormous and contains much information that was useful to me along with... Read morePublished on November 3, 2006 by Robert Harper
a good up to date book on linux but author devotes to much time and space and chapters covering servers which the ordinary desktop user wont use.Published on August 12, 2006 by Stephen L. Womack