Beginning Red Hat Linux 9 by Sandip Bhattacharya, Pancrazio De Mauro, Mark Mamone, Kapil

By Sandip Bhattacharya, Pancrazio De Mauro, Mark Mamone, Kapil Sharma, Deepak Thomas, Simon Whiting, Shishir Gundavaram

Purple Hat Linux nine - это мощная и гибкая операционная система с открытым исходным кодом. Ее популярность растет как в домашнем использовании, так и в корпоративной среде. Эта книга проведет вас через те трудные минуты, которые наступают сразу после установки новой операционной системы, давая вам уверенность. Вы узнаете, как устанавливать и работать с crimson Hat Linux nine, и к концу книги вы будете иметь настроенную, стабильную и надежную операционную систему и океан возможностей.

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Unlike a GUI menu interface where the available options are visible, the CLI doesn't offer such ready convenience. • However, a GUI is generally limited by the amount of space available in the display screen. Even after proper organization using menus, it is difficult to put each and every program of the operating system at your reach, and too many levels of menu makes accessing a given program more long winded. In contrast, using a CLI you can reach at all the programs that are available. Ultimately, the CLI offers the strength and the flexibility to give you more complete control over the computer, and if you're performing a lot of similar tasks then it has the potential to improve your productivity over using the GUI.

The process now presents us with another opportunity: If you have a documentation CD (for example, the one that is included in the box set distribution), it's a good idea at this stage to install the documentation contained within it (that's the top Install button). The subsequent dialogs will talk you through the process, telling you when to insert the CD and so on. If you like, you can also click the other Install buttons here to install further applications. However, you don't need to do that now; you can install and uninstall applications anytime, via the package manager, as we'll see in Chapter 4.

The directories have generally been organized with the purpose of keeping related programs and files together. For example, the directory /bin contains the essential binary (or executable) programs available to all users, while the directory /sbin contains the binary programs essential to the super user (or root user − the user who has complete administrative control of the system). Note Of late, Red Hat and all major Linux distributions are trying to conform to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS).

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