Using Linux is designed to meet the reader s needs by focusing on the problems and concerns of the beginning to intermediate Linux user. It will help them manage and use their systems more effectively. Most books in this category are geared mostly toward installation and configuration, they have very little content which helps the user on a day-to-day basis. This book will give the reader the information the other books do have, in addition to what they leave out. The effective use of cross-references and index aliases found in the Using series makes it easy for the reader to find the information they need quickly, even when they are not sure what to look for. The author will be using Red Hat 5.0 Linux software as a base for this book. Red Hat Linux is the number one Linux system today. There is a need for a good beginner-intermediate book on the new 5.0 version of the software
-More and more people, and corporations, are beginning to choose Linux for its performance, endurance and stability.
-This complete reference will show the reader how to install, manage and use their Linux system productively.
-Linux is a "free" Unix-like operating system whose user base has grown 6,000% over the past four years.