Sams Teach Yourself Linux in 24 Hours by Ball B.

By Ball B.

Train your self Linux in 24 Hours is an academic geared toward making the Linux newbie greater and effective clients of the working procedure. such a lot books during this classification are extra of a basic reference in nature and are designed to hide Linux generally. good, each Linux distribution is various - dossier destinations can swap, instructions could be a little various, and so forth. this implies the readers of these books would possibly not locate solutions particular to their set up. This publication will use the powerful train your self layout to coach the reader the way to: set up the working process, configure their undefined, and successfully use the instruments that include the crimson Hat distribution incorporated at the CD-ROM.More than fifty six% of all Linux clients are new to the working process. This publication is for themIt will do what different books at this rate point fail to do: give you the readers with an easy-to-read, step by step method of studying and utilizing LinuxThe CD-ROM offers pink Hat Linux V5.0 a $49.95 worth

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The following steps (tested with an original Zip drive) will enable you to mount and use a Zip disk: 1. Turn on and connect your Zip drive to your computer’s parallel port. 2. Insert a Zip disk into your Zip drive. 3. Create the directory (such as /mnt/zip) where you’d like to access the contents of your Zip disk, like this: # mkdir /mnt/zip 4. Use the insmod command to load kernel module support for the Zip drive, like this: # # # # # insmod insmod insmod insmod insmod scsi_mod sd_mod parport parport_pc ppa 05 526-2 CH03 8/26/99 10:38 AM Page 65 Post-Installation Issues 65 This loads SCSI support (the Zip drive uses a low-level SCSI protocol), support for sharing the parallel port, and support for the Zip drive.

2 Follow the prompts to install BootMagic, entering your name and acknowledging the licensing agreements. When prompted to create a BootMagic boot diskette, insert a blank floppy in your computer, and follow the prompts. This is an important safety step that enables you to recover and boot your computer in case your drive’s MBR becomes corrupted. You can also make a BootMagic boot diskette later by clicking the Create BootMagic diskette icon in the BootMagic program folder on your Start menu. BootMagic then installs on your computer, placing a boot loader in the MBR of your hard drive.

After typing su and pressing enter to switch to superviser mode, use the shutdown command, along with its -r (reboot) option, followed by the word now, like this: # shutdown -r now Alternatively, you can use the number 0, like this: # shutdown -r 0 This reboots your computer. Use the shutdown command along with its -h (halt) option, followed by the word now, like this: # shutdown -h now Alternatively, you can use the number 0, like this: # shutdown -h 0 This shuts down OpenLinux. ” you can turn off your computer.

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