Suse Linux 10 Unleashed

Suse Linux 10 Unleashed

by Mike Mc Callister (Author)


Master the newest version of SUSE Linux with SUSE Linux 10 Unleashed. This comprehensive guide to SUSE Linux includes a DVD with the full version of SUSE Linux 10.0 and provides you with intermediate and advanced information to guide you through the installation, management and maintenance of your SUSE Linux 10.0 system. You will gain expert insight into the most important topics, including:

  • Configuring with YaST2 and SaX2
  • Launching your desktop
  • Productivity tools
  • Using the Internet and creating websites
  • Secure file transfer
  • Managing users and data
  • Keeping your system current
  • Setting up networks and Samba
  • Managing databases
Learn how to make the most of your SUSE Linux 10.0 system with the help of SUSE Linux 10 Unleashed.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 672
Edition: 1
Publisher: Sams
Published: 16 Nov 2005

ISBN 10: 0672327260
ISBN 13: 9780672327261
Book Overview: SUSE is currently the Number 1 Linux distribution in Europe, and is growing rapildy in the US since the acquisition of SUSE by Novell, Inc. SUSE Linux is also the first enterprise-class server to leverage the 2.6 kernel for powerful reliability and performance. SUSE Linux Unleashed provides detailed coverage of everything the reader will need to know to make the most of a SUSE Linux System. The Unleashed series provides an intermediate to advanced level study of the SUSE Linux topic that gives the reader the quality and scope of information they are looking for to become an expert with the SUSE Linux operating system.

Author Bio
Mike McCallister has spent the last decade making computing easier for the full spectrum of user levels and experience. He is currently a technical writing consultant with Compuware. Mike has run a SUSE Linux desktop at home since version 5.3 and knows firsthand how far the distribution has come over the years. He is the author of Computer Certification Handbook, and his technology stories have been published in places such as Linux Journal, Java Developer's Journal, Internet Voyager, and Isthmus. He is a Senior Member of the Society for Technical Communication and the National Writers Union. He can also be found occasionally at Milwaukee Linux Users Group meetings.