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by Michael Stutz
*NOTE:* Info (the program you are reading this with) is easy to use, but it can seem hard if you are unfamiliar with it. If you're new to Info, I recommend you run the built-in tutorial to use it before you read this text. To run the Info tutorial, just type the 'h' key. You can do this at any time while you are in Info.
Preface PART ONE: Working with Linux The first things you should know. PART TWO: Files Working with files. PART THREE: Text Words and writing. PART FOUR: Images Graphic images. PART FIVE: Sound Sound and audio. PART SIX: Productivity Tools to increase productivity. PART SEVEN: Networking Working with networks. A. Administrative Issues Administrative issues. B. Linux Resources on the Web Linux Resources on the World Wide Web. C. License The copyright license for this book. Program Index Index of program names. Concept Index Index of recipes and general concepts.
The Linux Cookbook. Copyright (C) 2001 by Michael Stutz.
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