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Suse Linux 9.3 For Dummies- P25:This part is all about getting you started on your way to a lasting relationship with SUSE Linux. Before you can begin your SUSE Linux experience, I spend a chapter explaining what SUSE Linux is and what you can do with SUSE Linux (pretty much anything you can do with a PC that runs Windows).

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  1. 340 Part V: The Part of Tens Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  2. Appendix About the DVD-ROM In This Appendix System requirements DVD installation instructions What you’ll find on the DVD Troubleshooting T his book’s companion DVD includes a Special Edition of SUSE Linux to get you started on your Linux journey. This appendix briefly describes the DVD and tells you how to get started with the installation. System Requirements Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements shown in the following list. If your computer doesn’t match up to most of these requirements, you may have problems using the software and files on the DVD: A PC with an Intel Pentium or compatible processor running at 400 MHz or faster for graphical installation At least 192MB of total RAM installed on your computer for graphical installation (256MB recommended) At least 520MB free space on your hard drive for a minimal installation; 5GB of free space recommended if you plan to install most packages, so that you can try out everything covered in this book A DVD-ROM drive A graphics card and a monitor capable of displaying at least 256 colors A sound card Ethernet network interface card (NIC) or modem Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  3. 342 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies DVD Installation Instructions To install SUSE Linux from the companion DVD, follow these steps (consult Chapter 2 for details.): 1. Check whether your PC’s hardware, such as graphics card, network card, and SCSI card, work in SUSE Linux. If not, try to find Linux dri- vers for the device. To check if your PC’s hardware is compatible with SUSE Linux, visit the SUSE Linux Hardware Database at hardwaredb.suse.de. If you down- load any Linux drivers for any device, you should burn them onto a CD for safekeeping. 2. Set up your PC to boot from the CD/DVD drive (to do this, you have to enter SETUP as your PC powers up). 3. Boot your PC with the DVD. 4. Select Installation from the initial boot screen and press Enter. The SUSE Linux installer — YaST — runs and displays graphical screens through which you perform the installation steps. Respond to the ques- tions and choices as the installation program takes you through the ini- tial installation steps. Here are some key steps: • Review the hard drive partitioning that YaST recommends. If you have Microsoft Windows (any version) installed on your hard drive, YaST can reduce the size of the Windows partition and make space for SUSE Linux. You don’t need any other partitioning software. • Set the local time zone. • If you want, change the software selection from the default KDE desktop to the GNOME desktop. 5. YaST reboots the system after the initial installation and continues with further installation and configuration of SUSE Linux. After installing more packages, YaST continues with configuration of the system. Here are a few key configuration steps that you have to go through: • Configure the Ethernet network, if any. Typically, you configure the network automatically by using DHCP. • Set the root password. • Add a user account (you would typically log in using this account). • Configure hardware such as a graphics card, sound card, and printers. Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  4. Appendix: About the DVD-ROM 343 What You’ll Find on the DVD This section provides a summary of the software and other goodies you find on the DVD. If you need help installing the items provided on the DVD, refer back to the installation instructions in the preceding section. Shareware programs are fully functional, free, trial versions of copyrighted programs. If you like particular programs, register with their authors for a nominal fee and receive licenses, enhanced versions, and technical support. Freeware programs are free, copyrighted games, applications, and utilities. You can copy them to as many PCs as you like — for free — but they offer no tech support. GNU software is governed by its own license, which is included in the folder of the GNU software. There are no restrictions on the distribution of GNU software. See the GNU license at the root of the DVD or at the back of this book for details. As required by the GNU license, Novell makes the SUSE Linux source code available. You can download the source code for SUSE Linux from the following URL: ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/9.2/suse/src/ Trial, demo, or evaluation versions of software are usually limited by time or functionality (such as not letting you save a project after you create it). The DVD includes a Special Edition of SUSE Linux. The Special Edition is simi- lar to the personal edition that SUSE used to sell in versions prior to 9.2. The version of SUSE Linux on the companion DVD includes all the basics: Your choice of KDE or GNOME graphical desktop environments Konqueror Web browser and file manager Multimedia tools for playing CDs and DVDs, burning CDs, and ripping audio CDs Office software in the form of the much-acclaimed OpenOffice.org suite Photo and graphics editing software such as The GIMP, and much more In short, the Special Edition of SUSE Linux that accompanies this book gives you everything you need for a typical home or small office computer. SUSE does offer a commercial version of SUSE Linux, called the professional edition, that includes many servers; software development tools; additional word processing, database, and spreadsheet programs; and many more extra programs. The Special Edition is smaller and is geared to the home user who doesn’t need everything else that the professional edition includes. Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  5. 344 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies Troubleshooting If you have difficulty installing or using the materials on the companion DVD, consult the detailed installation instructions in Chapter 2. If you still have trouble with the DVD-ROM, please call the Wiley Product Technical Support phone number: (800) 762-2974. Outside the United States, call 1(317) 572-3994. You can also contact Wiley Product Technical Support through the Internet at www.wiley.com/techsupport. Wiley Publishing will provide technical support only for installation and other general quality con- trol items; for technical support on the applications themselves, consult the program’s vendor or author. To place additional orders or to request information about other Wiley products, please call (800) 225-5945. Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  6. Index playing, 48, 59, 217–218 • Symbols and ripping, 59 Numerics • audio players, 59, 219–221 authentication, 290 * (asterisk) wildcard character, 249 automatic command completion, 248 ? (question mark) wildcard character, automatic login, 316–317, 324 249–250 . (single dot) current directory, 95 [ ] (square brackets) wildcard format, 250 •B• ~ (tilde) home directory, 95 backdoor, 290 .. (two dots) parent directory, 95 backups 0-6 run levels, 262 CDs, 225–226 10BaseT Ethernet, 124–125 tar program, 20 100BaseT Ethernet, 124–125 bash shell 802.11a wireless Ethernet standard, 129 automatic command completion, 248 802.11b wireless Ethernet standard, capabilities, 244 128–129 combining commands, 246 802.11g wireless Ethernet standard, 129 command line, 49, 245 command line options, 50, 245 • A• command syntax, 245–246 controlling command input and output, AbiWord, 57 246–247 absolute pathname, 94 defined, 13, 48 administration. See system administration repeating commands, 250–251 Adobe Acrobat Reader, 60–61, 185, 241 saving error messages, 247–248 ADSL (Asymmetric DSL), 110 wildcard characters, 249–250 alternative newsgroups, 171 bastion host, 291 amaroK audio player, 59, 219 /bin directory, 83 Apache Web server, 16 biology newsgroups, 171 application gateway, 290 bitnet newsgroups, 171 Applixware Office, 15 Bluetooth wireless technology, 20 appointments. See calendars /boot directory, 83 apropos command, 332 boot loader, 27, 30, 39–40 art newsgroups, 172 booting asterisk (*) wildcard character, 249 defined, 30, 39–40 Asymmetric DSL (ADSL), 110 DVD/CD-ROM drive, 26 attachments (e-mail), 157 init process, 261–262 audio CDs browsers. See Web browsers burning, 59, 221–225 buffer overflow, 291 ejecting, 48 burning CDs/DVDs, 59, 221–225 inserting, 48 business newsgroups, 171 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  7. 346 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies command line options, 50, 245 •C• commands. See commands by name CA (Certificate Authority), 291 Computer Incident Advisory Capability cable modem, 107–108, 114–119 (CIAC) Web site, 308 Cable Modem Termination System computer newsgroups, 172 (CMTS), 116 confidentiality, 291 cabling, 124 configuring Calc, 57–58, 197–200 dialup modem, 121–122 calculators, 207–208 Ethernet LAN, 125–126 calendars firewall, 304–307 Evolution, 57–58, 207 hardware, 269–270 Kontact, 57–58, 205–206 Internet superserver, 301–302 cat command, 333–334 peripheral devices, 19–20 cd command, 94, 99 printers, 45–47 CD Creator (Nautilus), 225 SUSE Linux, 21–22, 35–37 CD player application, 59, 217–218 TCP wrapper security, 302–303 CD-ROM drive, 25 connecting peripheral devices, 19–20 CDs connecting to the Internet. See Internet burning, 59, 221–225 connection ejecting, 48 copying inserting, 48 directories, 98 playing, 48, 59, 217–218 files, 87, 93, 98 ripping, 59 cp command, 98 central processing unit (CPU), 9–10, 17 CPU (central processing unit), 9–10, 17 CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) Web crackers, 287, 291 site, 308 creating Certificate Authority (CA), 291 directories, 88, 93, 99 certificates, 291 presentations, 212–213 chage command, 295–296 slides (presentations), 212 changing spreadsheets, 201 directories, 94, 99 templates (Writer documents), 191 file ownerships, 297 user accounts, 271–272 file permissions, 297–298, 336–337 Writer documents, 185–186 run levels, 263 cron jobs, 318–319 charts, 215–216 CrossOver Office (CodeWeavers), 15 chat (instant messaging), 56, 163 cryptography, 293 checking current run level, 262–263 current directory, 94 chkconfig command, 301 customizing chmod command, 297–298, 336–337 GNOME, 78–79 chown command, 297 KDE, 75–76 CIAC (Computer Incident Advisory Cyber Alert System, 308 Capability) Web site, 308 Clarinet news service, 171 CMTS (Cable Modem Termination •D• System), 116 Dan Bricklin’s Web site, 197 CodeWeavers CrossOver Office, 15 DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) combining commands, 246 attack, 291 command line, 49, 245 decoders, 58 command line interface, 13 decrypting files, 289, 291 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  8. Index 347 default permission, 298–299 deleting, 87, 93, 99–100 default run level, 31 /dev directory, 83 deleting disk-space usage, 103 directories, 87, 93, 99–100 /etc directory, 83 files, 87, 93, 99 finding, 100–101, 335 RPM files, 285 /home directory, 84, 95 slides (presentations), 214 /lib directory, 84 user accounts, 272 listing, 95–98, 333 Denial of Service (DoS) attack, 287, 291 /media directory, 84 detecting hardware, 322 /mnt directory, 84 /dev directory, 83 moving, 99 development environment, 16–17 /opt directory, 84 df command, 102–103 parent directory, 95 Dia graphics application, 60–61 /proc directory, 84 dialup networking, 107–108, 119–122 relative directory name, 94 digital camera renaming, 88, 93 Digikam interface, 60–61, 228–230 /root directory, 81, 83–84 downloading photos, 228–229 /sbin directory, 84 USB Mass Storage, 231–232 /srv directory, 84 digital music files, playing, 219–220 /sys directory, 84 digital signature, 292 /tmp directory, 84 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) /usr directory, 84 Asymmetric DSL (ADSL), 110 /var directory, 84 availability, 109 viewing, 85–87, 89–91 comparison with other connection disk partition, 23 methods, 107–108 disk-space usage, 102–103 costs, 108 display adapter, 25 data-transfer rates, 106–107 Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) distance limits, 107 attack, 291 DSL modem, 108–109 distributions of Linux, 11–12 equipment, 107 distrowatch.com Web site, 328 Ethernet hub, 113 DMZ, 292 how it works, 108–109 document scanning, 232–237 ISDN DSL (IDSL), 110 documentation, 17 loop length, 109 documents. See Writer documents NAT router, 112–114 domain names, 156 PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE), 114 DoS (Denial of Service) attack, 287, 291 Symmetric DSL (SDSL), 110 downloading typical setup, 110–114 patches, 273, 275–277 directories photos from digital camera, 228–229 absolute pathname, 94 RPMs, 329 /bin directory, 83 SUSE Linux, 328 /boot directory, 83 SUSE Linux source code, 343 browsing, 86, 89–92 templates (Writer documents), 191 changing, 94, 99 Draw, 60–61 copying, 98 DSL (Digital Subscriber Line). See Digital creating, 88, 93, 99 Subscriber Line current directory, 94 du command, 102–103, 269 defined, 81 dual-homed host, 292 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  9. 348 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies DVD (included in book) 100BaseT Ethernet, 124–125 freeware programs, 343 10BaseT Ethernet, 124–125 shareware programs, 343 wireless access, 124, 128–134 SUSE Linux installation, 342 Evolution system requirements, 341 calendar, 56–58, 207 troubleshooting, 344 e-mail, 160–163 DVD/CD-ROM drive, 25 Excel (Microsoft), 197 DVDs execute (x) permission, 97 burning, 59, 221–225 expiration dates for passwords, 295–296 ejecting, 48 exploit tools, 292 inserting, 48 Eye of GNOME image viewer, 60–61, playing, 48 239–240 •E• •F• editing fax viewer, 60–61 files, 339 fields in Writer documents, 195–196 photos, 230 file managers Writer documents, 188–189 Konqueror, 85–88 802.11a wireless Ethernet standard, 129 Nautilus, 88–93 802.11b wireless Ethernet standard, file sharing, 20 128–129 file systems 802.11g wireless Ethernet standard, 129 backups, 20 ejecting CDs/DVDs, 48 defined, 20, 81 e-mail mounting, 19, 101–102 attachments, 157 sharing, 20 domain names, 156 SUSE Linux, 81–84 Evolution, 160–163 unmounting, 101–102 how it works, 156 file-creation mask, 298–299 HTML messages, 157–158 filenames, 82 KMail, 56, 158–160 files mail-transfer agent (MTA), 156–157 browsing, 86, 89–92 mail-user agent (MUA), 156–157 copying, 87, 93, 98 Novell Evolution, 56 decrypting, 289, 291 phishing, 158 deleting, 87, 93, 99 encrypting files, 289, 292 editing, 339 engineering newsgroups, 172 encrypting, 289, 292 Epiphany Web browser, 146, 153–154 finding, 82, 100–101, 335 error messages, 247–248 integrity, 292 /etc directory, 83 integrity-checking tools, 289 Ethernet cards, 123–125 listing, 96–98, 333 Ethernet hub, 113 moving, 87, 92–93, 99 Ethernet LAN ownerships, 296–297 cabling, 124 pathnames, 82–83 configuring, 125–126 permissions, 97, 296–300, 336–337 data-transfer rates, 124 renaming, 88, 93, 99 defined, 123 searching text, 334–335 Internet connection, 126–127 symbolic link, 97 mixing and matching computers, 128 viewing, 85–87, 89–92 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  10. Index 349 find command, 100–101 logging out, 45 finding Main Menu, 43–45, 70–73 directories, 100–101, 335 panels, 43, 67, 69–70, 77 files, 82, 100–101, 335 personal information manager, 44 large files, 319–320 power management tool, 44 RPMs, 320 SUSE Hardware tool, 44 software, 277–278 SUSE Help Center, 44 Firefox Web browser, 146, 154 SUSE Watcher, 44 firewall terminal program, 44 configuring, 304–307 terminal window, 93, 243 defined, 21, 288, 292 virtual console, 243 NAT (Network Address Translation), 307 volume control, 44 FOCUS-LINUX mailing list, 308 Web browser, 44 folders. See directories Workspace Switcher, 44 forums, 328–329 GNOME PDF Viewer, 60–61 Free Software Foundation (FSF), 14 GNOME Web site, 77 FTP server, 16 GnomeMeeting videoconferencing, 57 function keys (SUSE installer boot GNU General Public License (GPL), 12, 14 screen), 28 GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP). See GIMP •G• GNU Network Model Environment (GNOME). See GNOME GAIM IM client, 166–168 GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG), 289 gecko mascot, 324 GNU Project, 14 GGV PostScript Viewer, 60–61, 241–242 GNU software, 13 GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) Gnumeric, 57 features, 15, 60–61 Google Groups Web site, 181 installing, 237 GPL (GNU General Public License), 12, 14 opening image files, 238 graphical user interface (GUI), 14 plugins, 237 graphics toolbox, 238–239 presentations, 215–216 User Manual, 239 Writer documents, 194–195 GNOME (GNU Network Model graphics applications, 60–61 Environment) grep command, 50, 334–335 calculator, 207 Grip, 59 CD player application, 59, 217–218 groups, 271–272 Clipboard tool, 44 GRUB boot loader, 30, 39–40 clock, 44 GUI (graphical user interface), 14 context menus, 67–68 Gwenview image viewer, 60–61, 239–240 customizing, 78 desktop icons, 44, 67 features, 14–15 •H• help, 17 hackers, 158 hide panel, 44 handouts (presentations), 215 home folder, 44 hard drive, 18, 25 icon context menus, 68–69 hardware compatibility, 26 initial screen, 40–41 hardware configuration, 37, 269–270 launcher applets, 77 hardware (defined), 9 logging in, 40–41 hardware detection, 322 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  11. 350 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies hardware requirements, 24–26 disk partition, 23 hash, 292 ease of, 322–323 hdparm program, 268–269 FTP server, 313–316 help, 17 hardware compatibility, 26 history of commands, 250 hardware configuration, 37 /home directory, 84, 95 hardware requirements, 24–26 host, 292 laptops, 329 host security issues, 288–289, 295 release notes, 37 hot plugs, 20 screen resolution, 28 HTML e-mail messages, 157–158 step-by-step directions, 23–24 HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), 142 SUSE installer boot screen, 27–28 HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), 142 Windows partition, 31–33 hypertext links, 143 YaST graphical installer, 24, 28–38 instant messaging (IM), 56, 163 •I• Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) newsgroups, 172 ICMP (Internet Control Message integrity (of data), 292 Protocol), 136 InterBulletin Web site, 181 IDSL (ISDN DSL), 110 Internet connection IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics cable modem, 107–108, 114–119 Engineers)newsgroups, 172 dialup modem, 107–108, 119–122 ifconfig command, 135–136 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), 106–114 IM clients Ethernet LAN, 126–127 GAIM, 166–168 firewall, 21 Kopete, 164–166 security risks, 287–288 IM (instant messaging), 56, 163 testing, 35 image applications, 60–61 Internet Control Message Protocol image editors (ICMP), 136 Digikam Image Editor, 230 Internet (defined), 105–106 The GIMP, 60–61, 237–239 Internet Protocol (IP), 106 image viewers, 60–61, 239–240 Internet radio stations, 220 Impress, 57–58, 208–212 Internet service provider (ISP), 107 init command, 263 Internet services init process, 261–262 list of, 16 innd news server, 16 security, 301 inserting CDs/DVDs, 48 Internet superserver, 301–302 inserting slides (presentations), 212 IP (Internet Protocol), 106 installing IP routing table, 136 GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation IP spoofing, 293 Program), 237 IP telephone, 57 patches, 273, 275–277 IPSec (IP Security Protocol), 292 RPM files, 279–280, 284 ISDN DSL (IDSL), 110 security updates, 289 ISO image files, 313 software, 30, 277–278 ISP (Internet service provider), 107 installing SUSE Linux boot loader, 27 booting from the DVD/CD-ROM drive, 26 •J• from CD or DVD, 26–27 juK audio player, 59, 219–220 from companion DVD, 342 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  12. Index 351 •K• KMail, 56, 158–160 KNode newsreader, 57, 174–177 K-12 newsgroups, 172 knowledgebase (SUSE Linux Web site), Kaffeine video player, 59 312, 328 K3b CD/DVD burning application, 59, Konqueror file manager, 85–88 221–225 Konqueror Web browser, 88, 146–149 KDE (K Desktop Environment) Kontact Personal Information Manager, Application Starter, 74 57–58, 205–206 automatic login, 316–317, 324 Kooka scanning application, 234–237 calculator, 207–208 Kopete IM client, 164–166 CD player application, 217–218 KsCD, 59 Clipboard tool, 44 KWallet, 165 clock, 44 context menus, 67–68 Control Center, 75–76 •L• customizing, 75–76 LAN (local area network) desktop icons, 44, 67 Ethernet cabling, 123–126 Desktop Pager, 44 Ethernet cards, 123–125 features, 14–15 Internet connection, 127 help, 17 mixing and matching computers, 128 hide panel, 44 wireless access, 128–134 home folder, 44 language settings, 31 icon context menus, 68–69 laptop support, 324, 329 initial screen, 40, 74 layers (slides), 214 logging in, 40–41 LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access logging out, 45 Protocol), 36 Main Menu, 43–45, 70–73 /lib directory, 84 moving windows, 74 links (Web pages), 142–143 panels, 43, 67, 69–70, 74 Linux distributions, 11–12 personal information manager, 44 Linux Documentation Project Web site, 330 power management tool, 44 Linux kernel, 11–12 resizing windows, 74 Linux newsgroups, 172–173 SUSE Hardware tool, 44 Linux security newsgroups, 308 SUSE Help Center, 44 Linuxhq.com Web site, 330 SUSE Watcher, 44 LinuxQuestions.org Web site, 329 terminal program, 44 listing terminal window, 93, 243 directories, 95–98, 333 virtual console, 243 files, 96–98, 333 volume control, 44 local area network (LAN). See LAN Web browser, 44 locate command, 101, 335 KDE Web site, 74 log files, 289 kdetv TV player, 59–60 logging in kernel, 11–12 KDE/GNOME, 40–41 keyboard root user, 257 compatibility of different types, 25 logging out of KDE/GNOME, 45 layout, 30 logic bombs, 293 KFax fax viewer, 60–61 loop length, 109 KGhostview, 60–61, 241–242 Lotus 1-2-3, 197 kino video editor, 59–60 ls command, 95–98, 296, 333 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  13. 352 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies music files, playing, 219–220 •M• mv command, 99 mail clients, 155 Mailgate Web site, 181 mailing lists, 308, 312 •N• mail-transfer agent (MTA), 156–157 NAT (Network Address Translation), mail-user agent (MUA), 156–157 112, 307 man command, 17, 332–333 NAT router, 112–114 man pages (manual pages), 17, 332–333 Nautilus file manager master handouts (presentations), 215 browsing files/folders, 89–92 master notes (presentations), 215 CD Creator, 225–226 master slide (presentations), 214 copying files, 93 /media directory, 84 creating folders, 93 memory, 10, 17, 25 deleting files/folders, 93 microprocessor, 9–10, 17 features, 88–89 Microsoft Excel, 197 moving files, 92–93 Microsoft Office, 183 renaming files/folders, 93 Microsoft PowerPoint, 58 viewing files/folders, 89–92 Microsoft Word, 184 Network Address Translation (NAT), miscellaneous newsgroups, 172 112, 307 mkdir command, 99 network authentication methods, 36 /mnt directory, 84 Network Information System (NIS), 36 mode installation setting, 30 network interface card (NIC), 25 modems network interfaces, 135–136 cable modem, 107–108, 114–119 Network News Transfer Protocol dialup modem, 107–108, 119–122 (NNTP), 170 drivers, 26 network protocols, 15 DSL modem, 108–109 network security issues, 289–290 soft modems, 26 network settings, 35 war-dialing, 295 networking, 15, 20–21 moderated newsgroups, 172 new releases, 312–313 monitor, 25 news readers, 57 monitoring performance, 265–269 news server, 16 more command, 51 newsgroups mount command, 19, 101–102 categories, 171–173 mounting hierarchy, 170–171 file systems, 19, 101–102 how they work, 169–170 USB memory stick, 323 Linux security, 308 Windows partition, 323 posting news, 179–180 mouse, 25, 30 reading, 173–181 moving searching, 181 directories, 99 subscriptions, 179 files, 87, 92–93, 99 newsreaders Mozilla Web browser, 146, 149–153 KNode, 57, 174–177 MTA (mail-transfer agent), 156–157 Pan, 174, 177–179 MUA (mail-user agent), 156–157 News2Web Web site, 181 multimedia applications, 58–60 NIC (network interface card), 25 multitasking operating system, 10–11 NIS (Network Information System), 36 multiuser operating system, 10–11 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  14. Index 353 NNTP (Network News Transfer permissions Protocol), 170 changing, 297–298, 336–337 nonrepudiation, 293 default permission, 298–299 notes (presentations), 215 execute (x), 97 Novell Evolution read (r), 97 calendar, 56–58, 207 set user ID permission, 300 e-mail, 160–163 viewing, 296 Novell Web site, 308 write (w), 97 phishing, 158 •O• photo editors Digikam Image Editor, 230 office applications, 57–58 GIMP, 60–61, 237–239 100BaseT Ethernet, 124–125 photos online documentation, 17 downloading from digital camera, online forums, 328–329 228–229 Open Secure Shell (OpenSSH), 303–304 editing, 230 open source (defined), 11 scanning, 232–237 Open Source Initiative Web site, 11 viewing, 228–229, 239–240 OpenOffice.org pico text editor, 339 Calc, 57–58, 197–200 ping command, 136–137 Draw, 60–61 PKI (Public-Key Infrastructure), 294 features, 15 playing Impress, 57–58, 208–212 audio CDs, 48, 59, 217–218 Writer, 57, 184–187 DVDs, 48, 59 operating system (defined), 10–11 Internet radio stations, 220 /opt directory, 84 multimedia files, 58 organizer, 57–58. See also calendars music files, 219–220 ownerships (of files), 296–297 streaming audio, 220–221 TV, 59–60 popularity of SUSE Linux, 325 •P• port scanning, 293 packet filtering, 293, 305 port-scanning tool, 301 packet sniffers, 294 posting news articles, 179–180 packets (defined), 293 PostScript viewers, 60–61, 241–242 Packman Web site, 320, 329 PowerPoint (Microsoft), 58 Pan newsreader, 57, 174, 177–179 PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE), 114 parent directory, 95 presentation applications partitioning, 30 Microsoft PowerPoint, 58 passwords OpenOffice.org Impress, 57–58, 208–212 expiration dates, 295–296 presentations, 212–216 resetting the root password, 257–258 printer configuration, 45–47 “strong” passwords, 288 printing PDF/PostScript documents, patches, 273, 275–277 241–242 pathnames, 82–83 /proc directory, 84 PDF viewers, 60–61, 241 processes performance monitoring, 265–269 init process, 261–262 perimeter network, 293 starting, 264–265 peripheral devices, 17, 19–20 stopping, 264–265 processor speed, 25 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
  15. 354 SUSE Linux 9.3 For Dummies productivity applications, 15 routing table, 136 proxy server, 293 rpm command, 281–285, 320, 337 ps command, 51 RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) files public-key cryptography, 293 downloading, 329 Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI), 294 filenames, 281–282 pwd command, 94 finding, 320 installing, 279–280, 284 •Q• querying, 282–284 uninstalling, 285 querying RPM files, 282–284 upgrading, 285 question mark (?) wildcard character, run levels 249–250 changing, 263 checking current run level, 262–263 default run level, 31 •R• starting, 264–265 radio stations, 220 stopping, 264–265 RAM (Random Access Memory), 17, 25 0-6 run levels, 262 read (r) permission, 97 runlevel command, 262–263 reading man pages (manual pages), Runlevel Editor (YaST), 264 332–333 reading newsgroups KNode newsreader, 57, 174–177 •S• Pan newsreader, 174, 177–179 Samba, 20 Web sites, 180–181 SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy), 234 RealPlayer 10, 59, 219–220 saving rearranging slides (presentations), 214 error messages, 247–248 rebooting, 318 presentations, 212 recreational newsgroups, 172 /sbin directory, 84 Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) files. scanning photos/documents, 232–237 See RPM files science newsgroups, 172 relative directory name, 94 screen resolution, 28 release notes, 37 screening router, 294 remote logins, 290, 303–304 scripts, 49 removing. See deleting SCSI controller, 25 renaming SDB (SUSE support database), 328 directories, 88, 93 SDSL (Symmetric DSL), 110 files, 88, 93, 99 searching repeating commands, 250–251 man pages (manual pages), 332 resetting the root password, 257–258 newsgroups, 181 resolution of the screen, 28 text in files, 334–335 reviewing Writer documents, 188–189 Secure Shell (SSH), 303–304 ripping CDs, 59 security rm command, 99 application gateway, 290 rmdir command, 99–100 authentication, 290 /root directory, 81, 83–84 backdoor, 290 root password, resetting, 257–258 bastion host, 291 root user, 35, 41, 257 buffer overflow, 291 route command, 136 Certificate Authority (CA), 291 certificates, 291 Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on www.verypdf.com to remove this watermark.
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