Installing Red Hat Linux 7 covers only the topics necessary to get the OS up and running. By utilizing the information in this text, you will be able to prevent surprises during the installation of this powerful operating system. This product is for Linux enthustiasts or experienced Unix users who would like to purchase the distribution and the documentation required to configure the OS and who already have a general understanding of Linux. Topics covered include new features of Red Hat 7, RPMs, choosing packages, installing KDE or GNOME, Internet configuration, system configuration, and X Windows.If you are installing Red Hat Linux over a network from a laptop with a PCMCIA Ethernet card, you will need to boot from a ... will beep once when installing the PCMCIA driver and then will beep once or twice, depending on the PCMCIA slots in which cards are detected. ... Your default gateway address ac Your primary nameserver address For more detailed information about these values, see Chapter 4.
|Title||:||Installing Red Hat Linux 7|
|Author||:||William Von Hagen, Bill Von Hagen|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 2000|