From the Back Cover
Complete version of Red Hat Linux 7 on 3 CD-ROMs
Set up Red Hat(r) Linux(r) 7 as your all-in-one workstation
The fun and easy way(TM) to set up, connect to the Net and get to work This friendly guide shows you step-by-step how to install Red Hat Linux on your personal computer - and declare independence from Windows(r). From setting up e-mail to working with Red Hat Linux applications, it delivers just what you need to put Linux to work. all this on 3 bonus CD-ROMs Includes the complete version of Red Hat Linux 7 Plus firewall scripts, Internet utilities, games, tools to create images, and more! System requirements: Intel 486 and higher PC with hard drive, CD-ROM drive, and 3 1/2 floppy drive. See CD Appendix for more information about using the CD-ROMs.
Discover how to: Install Red Hat Linux 7, step-by-step Connect to the Internet Troubleshoot installation glitches Work with files and directories Download and install RealPlayer 7 Get up to speed with StarOffice Secure your computer with a firewall
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About the Author
Jon "maddog" Hall is the author of Linux For Dummies, 2nd Edition, and a frequent speaker at Linux conferences. Paul G. Sery works at the Sandia National Laboratory and is the author of several books on Linux.