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    Table of Contents
    Preface
    1 An Introduction to Slackware Linux

    1.1 What is Linux?

    1.1.1 A Word on GNU

    1.2 What is Slackware?
    1.3 Open Source and Free Software

    2 Help

    2.1 System Help

    2.1.1 man
    2.1.2 The /usr/doc Directory
    2.1.3 HOWTOs and mini-HOWTOs

    2.2 Online Help

    2.2.1 The Official Website and Help Forums
    2.2.2 E-mail Support
    2.2.3 Non-Official Websites and Help Forums

    3 Installation

    3.1 Getting Slackware

    3.1.1 The Official Disc and Box Sets
    3.1.2 Via the Internet

    3.2 System Requirements

    3.2.1 The Software Series
    3.2.2 Installation Methods
    3.2.3 Boot Disk
    3.2.4 Root Disk
    3.2.5 Supplemental Disk
    3.2.6 Making the Disks

    3.3 Partitioning
    3.4 The setup Program

    3.4.1 HELP
    3.4.2 KEYMAP
    3.4.3 ADDSWAP
    3.4.4 TARGET
    3.4.5 SOURCE
    3.4.6 SELECT
    3.4.7 INSTALL
    3.4.8 CONFIGURE

    4 System Configuration

    4.1 System Overview

    4.1.1 File System Layout
    4.1.2 Finding Files
    4.1.3 The /etc/rc.d Directory

    4.2 Selecting a Kernel

    4.2.1 The /kernels Directory on the Slackware CD-ROM
    4.2.2 Compiling a Kernel from Source
    4.2.3 Using Kernel Modules

    5 Network Configuration

    5.1 Introduction: netconfig is your friend.
    5.2 Network Hardware Configuration

    5.2.1 Loading Network Modules
    5.2.2 LAN (10/100/1000Base-T and Base-2) cards
    5.2.3 Modems
    5.2.4 PCMCIA

    5.3 TCP/IP Configuration

    5.3.1 DHCP
    5.3.2 Static IP
    5.3.3 /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf
    5.3.4 /etc/resolv.conf
    5.3.5 /etc/hosts

    5.4 PPP

    5.4.1 pppsetup
    5.4.2 /etc/ppp

    5.5 Wireless

    5.5.1 Hardware Support
    5.5.2 Configure the Wireless Settings
    5.5.3 Configure the Network

    5.6 Network File Systems

    5.6.1 SMB/Samba/CIFS
    5.6.2 Network File System (NFS)

    6 X Configuration

    6.1 xorgconfig
    6.2 xorgsetup
    6.3 xinitrc
    6.4 xwmconfig
    6.5 xdm

    7 Booting

    7.1 LILO
    7.2 LOADLIN
    7.3 Dual Booting

    7.3.1 Windows
    7.3.2 Linux

    8 The Shell

    8.1 Users

    8.1.1 Logging In
    8.1.2 Root: The Superuser

    8.2 The Command Line

    8.2.1 Running Programs
    8.2.2 Wildcard Matching
    8.2.3 Input/Output Redirection and Piping

    8.3 The Bourne Again Shell (bash)

    8.3.1 Environment Variables
    8.3.2 Tab Completion

    8.4 Virtual Terminals

    8.4.1 Screen

    9 Filesystem Structure

    9.1 Ownership
    9.2 Permissions
    9.3 Links
    9.4 Mounting Devices

    9.4.1 fstab
    9.4.2 mount and umount

    9.5 NFS Mounts

    10 Handling Files and Directories

    10.1 Navigation : ls, cd, and pwd

    10.1.1 ls
    10.1.2 cd
    10.1.3 pwd

    10.2 Pagers: more, less, and most

    10.2.1 more
    10.2.2 less
    10.2.3 most

    10.3 Simple Output: cat and echo

    10.3.1 cat
    10.3.2 echo

    10.4 Creation: touch and mkdir

    10.4.1 touch
    10.4.2 mkdir

    10.5 Copy and Move

    10.5.1 cp
    10.5.2 mv

    10.6 Deletion: rm and rmdir

    10.6.1 rm
    10.6.2 rmdir

    10.7 Aliasing files with ln

    11 Process Control

    11.1 Backgrounding
    11.2 Foregrounding
    11.3 ps
    11.4 kill
    11.5 top

    12 Essential System Administration

    12.1 Users and Groups

    12.1.1 Supplied Scripts
    12.1.2 Changing Passwords
    12.1.3 Changing User Information

    12.2 Users and Groups, the Hard Way
    12.3 Shutting Down Properly

    13 Basic Network Commands

    13.1 ping
    13.2 traceroute
    13.3 DNS Tools

    13.3.1 host
    13.3.2 nslookup
    13.3.3 dig

    13.4 finger
    13.5 telnet

    13.5.1 The other use of telnet

    13.6 The Secure shell
    13.7 email

    13.7.1 pine
    13.7.2 elm
    13.7.3 mutt
    13.7.4 nail

    13.8 Browsers

    13.8.1 lynx
    13.8.2 links
    13.8.3 wget

    13.9 FTP Clients

    13.9.1 ftp
    13.9.2 ncftp

    13.10 Talking to Other People

    13.10.1 wall
    13.10.2 talk
    13.10.3 ytalk

    14 Security

    14.1 Disabling Services

    14.1.1 Services started from inetd
    14.1.2 Services started from init scripts

    14.2 Host Access Control

    14.2.1 iptables
    14.2.2 tcpwrappers

    14.3 Keeping Current

    14.3.1 slackware-security mailing list
    14.3.2 The /patches directory

    15 Archive Files

    15.1 gzip
    15.2 bzip2
    15.3 tar
    15.4 zip

    16 Vi

    16.1 Starting vi
    16.2 Modes

    16.2.1 Command Mode
    16.2.2 Insert Mode

    16.3 Opening Files
    16.4 Saving Files
    16.5 Quitting vi
    16.6 vi Configuration
    16.7 Vi Keys

    17 Emacs

    17.1 Starting emacs

    17.1.1 Command Keys

    17.2 Buffers
    17.3 Modes

    17.3.1 Opening files

    17.4 Basic Editing
    17.5 Saving Files

    17.5.1 Quitting Emacs

    18 Slackware Package Management

    18.1 Overview of Package Format
    18.2 Package Utilities

    18.2.1 pkgtool
    18.2.2 installpkg
    18.2.3 removepkg
    18.2.4 upgradepkg
    18.2.5 rpm2tgz/rpm2targz

    18.3 Making Packages

    18.3.1 explodepkg
    18.3.2 makepkg
    18.3.3 SlackBuild Scripts

    18.4 Making Tags and Tagfiles (for setup)

    19 ZipSlack

    19.1 What is ZipSlack?

    19.1.1 Advantages
    19.1.2 Disadvantages

    19.2 Getting ZipSlack

    19.2.1 Installation

    19.3 Booting ZipSlack

    Glossary
    A. The GNU General Public License

    A.1. Preamble
    A.2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
    A.3. How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs

    List of Tables
    2-1. Man Page Sections
    3-1. Slackware Linux, Inc. Contact Information
    3-2. System Requirements
    3-3. Software Series
    9-1. Octal Permission Values
    13-1. ftp commands
    16-1. Movement
    16-2. Editing
    16-3. Searching
    16-4. Saving and Quitting
    17-1. Basic Emacs Editing Commands
    18-1. installpkg Options
    18-2. removepkg Options
    18-3. Tagfile Status Options

    List of Figures
    4-1. Kernel Configuration Menu
    6-1. xorgconfig Mouse Configuration
    6-2. xorgconfig Horizontal Sync
    6-3. xorgconfig Vertical Sync
    6-4. xorgconfig Video Card
    6-5. Desktop Configuration with xorgconfig
    7-1. liloconfig
    7-2. liloconfig Expert Menu
    11-1. Basic ps output
    13-1. Telnetting to a webserver
    13-2. The Pine main menu
    13-3. Elm main screen
    13-4. Mutt main screen
    13-5. Lynx default start page
    13-6. Links, with the file menu open
    13-7. Two users in a talk session
    13-8. Two users in a ytalk session
    16-1. A vi session.
    18-1. Pkgtool's main menu.
    18-2. Pkgtool view mode

    List of Examples
    8-1. Listing Environment Variables with set

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