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Linux 417 Success Secrets - 417 Most Asked Questions on Linux - What You Need to Know Peggy Kane

Linux 417 Success Secrets - 417 Most Asked Questions on Linux - What You Need to Know

Peggy Kane

Published December 2nd 2013
ISBN : 9781488524165
Paperback
258 pages
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There has never been a Linux Guide like this. It contains 417 answers, much more than you can imagine- comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information youMoreThere has never been a Linux Guide like this. It contains 417 answers, much more than you can imagine- comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information you need--fast! This all-embracing guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. This Guide introduces everything you want to know about Linux.A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: Linux Format - Contents, Criticism of desktop Linux - Development platform for multimedia software, Linux Mint - History, Linux malware - Worms and targeted attacks, Microsoft Lync Server Pidgin supports OCS for Linux clients, Linux - Copyright, trademark, and naming, Linux GNU, Access Linux Platform Application development, Linux gaming - Directories and lists, Linux Gazette - Bifurcation, Mandriva Linux - Mandriva Corporate Server, History of Linux - Trademark rights, Linux BSD, Linux Mint - Releases, Linux distribution - Components, Mobilinux, Carrier Grade Linux, Linux Standard Base - Choice of RPM package format, Linux - Creation, Linux Terminal Server Project, Alan Cox Involvement in the Linux kernel, Linux malware - For Linux-specific threats, Linux Foundation - bel, Linux range of use - Linux for mobile devices, Linux Standard Base - Version history, History of Linux - SCO, Linux startup process - Boot loader phase, History of Linux - Linux under the GNU GPL, Linux adoption - 2010, Linux desktop environments - History, Explicit Congestion Notification - Linux, Linux desktop environments - Criticism, Executable and Linkable Format - FatELF: Universal Binaries for Linux, Linux Gazette - History, Arch Linux init framework, Linux-powered device - Community maintained devices, Logical Volume Manager (Linux), and much more...