By Justin Davies, Roger Whittaker, William von Hagen
Released: January 2005
If SUSE Linux 9 can do it, you can do it, too ...
SUSE is the oldest commercial Linux distribution, favored in Europe and rapidly gaining popularity in the United States. Whether you're just discovering Linux or switching from another distribution, this comprehensive reference gives you not only the "how-to" information, but also a thorough understanding of Linux principles and possibilities. Learn to install SUSE and configure it with YaST, use the command line, set up network services, incorporate SUSE Linux into your enterprise, and so much more.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of SUSE Linux 9
Install SUSE Linux using YaST, manual installation, or other methods
Explore the use of system logs and the X Window system
Unlock the power of the command line for text editing, package maintenance, and advanced networking
Implement major network services, including Web servers, mail servers, and file and print servers
Set up Windows® interoperability with Samba
Run an FTP server and work with NFS and LDAP
Examine enterprise architecture, explore the Linux kernel, and understand the Standard and OpenExchange servers