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by R. Bach,J. Gulbins,Stefan Strobel

Download LINUX: Unleashing the Workstation in Your PC eBook
ISBN:
3540580778
Author:
R. Bach,J. Gulbins,Stefan Strobel
Category:
Hardware & DIY
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer; First Printing NO CD edition (May 19, 1995)
Pages:
248 pages
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Since Linux runs on PC systems, it has begun to penetrate the workrooms of many computer science students and computer freaks.

Since Linux runs on PC systems, it has begun to penetrate the workrooms of many computer science students and computer freaks.

Since Linux runs on PC systems, it has begun to penetrate the workrooms of many computer science students and . From the foreword by J. Gulbins. Unleashing the Workstation in Your PC. Show all. Table of contents (12 chapters). Authors.

by J. Gulbins (Foreword), R. Bach (Translator), Stefan Strobel (Author), Thomas Uhl (Author) & 1 more. This is a good overview book, that provides enough depth to get the job done in most cases. It is very well organised and indexed allowing information to be found quickly. At the least, it will point you in the right direction.

Gulbins, R. Bach, Stefan Strobel. This book introduces the concepts and features of Linux

Gulbins, R. This book introduces the concepts and features of Linux.

Commissioning organisation: Stefan Strobel, Thomas Uhl ; foreword by Jnrgen Gulbins ; translation by Robert Bach.

Linux has changed the situation. Stefan Strobel, Volker Elling. Перевод: R. Bach, A. Derieg. Издание: 3, иллюстрированное.

Linux has changed the situation ترجمة.

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UNIX achieved its widespread propagation, its penetration of the UNIX history university domain, and its reach into research and industry due to its early dissemination by AT&T to all interested parties at almost no cost and as source code. UNIX's present functionality emanated not just from AT&T developers but also from external developers who used the product and contributed their own further developments, which they then put at AT&T's disposal. (Consider the contributions of the University of California at Berkeley, for example.) With the rising commercialization of UNIX by AT&T (now by Novell) since 1983, such creative and cooperative further development became increasingly restricted, and UNIX source code today has become unaffordably expensive and scarcely accessible. Linux provides interested computer scientists and us"ers with a system that revives the old UNIX tradition: Linux is available for free, and everyone is heartily invited (but not obliged) to free & participatory contribute to its further development. Since Linux runs on PC systems, it has begun to penetrate the workrooms of many computer science students and computer freaks.
  • FireWater
This book seems as if the author hasn't seen Linux in 3 years. Though it covers a lot of topics, it doesn't really go in depth on any of them. The networking chapter isn't too bad, but the X Windows section is definately dated. I wouldn't recommend this unless a user just wantes to find out what Linux is. Definately not the best Linux book avalible. I had to have a friend translate part of it from German just to understand how Modules are controled.
  • JUST DO IT
This is a good overview book, that provides enough depth to get the job done in most cases. It is very well organised and indexed allowing information to be found quickly. In most cases it will allow you to install and configure Linux, but sometimes you will need to go to the how-to's. At the least, it will point you in the right direction. If you are only interested in doing more sophisticated things like chaining, setting up internet services or firewalls, this is not the book for you. It's a good first place to look for fast answers book. If you only plan to buy one book to tell you everything, don't buy this one, however, it's a great book to keep by the monitor and to get you through 90-95% of overview, configuration and installation type issues. It is also a good road map to common commands with a good overview of many applications that can be added.
  • Makaitist
This is a handy book to have when working with Linux on the PC. Covers just about everything, and has a excellent commands reference section.