List of Tables

List of Tables

Chapter 2: Red Hat Linux Installation

Table 2-1: Virtual Consoles Available During Red Hat Linux Installation
Table 2-2: List of Package Groups in Red Hat Linux
Table 2-3: Linux Boot Commands for Red Hat Linux Installation
Table 2-4: kickstart Options

Chapter 4: Printer Setup

Table 4-1: System V and BSD Print Commands

Chapter 5: Sound Setup

Table 5-1: Supported Sound Cards
Table 5-2: Standard Sound Device Filenames in Linux

Chapter 6: Network Setup

Table 6-1: Columns in the Kernel Interface Table

Chapter 7: Red Hat Linux Basics

Table 7-1: Some Linux HOWTO Files
Table 7-2: Linux System Directories
Table 7-3: Important /usr Subdirectories
Table 7-4: Important /var Subdirectories
Table 7-5: Character Sequences in the PS1 Environment
Table 7-6:  Common Standard I/O Redirections
Table 7-7:  Useful Bash Environment Variables

Chapter 8: GNU Utilities

Table 8-1: Well-Known GNU Software Packages
Table 8-2: GNU Shell Utilities
Table 8-3: GNU File Utilities
Table 8-4: GNU Text Utilities
Table 8-5: GNU Binary Utilities
Table 8-6: Commonly Used sed Commands

Chapter 9: GUI Desktops

Table 9-1: The gdm Configuration Options
Table 9-2: Common kdm Configuration Options

Chapter 10: Red Hat Linux Applications and Utilities

Table 10-1: Linux Applications on the CD-ROMs

Chapter 11: Text Processing

Table 11-1: Commonly Used ed Commands
Table 11-2: Basic vi Commands
Table 11-3: GNU Emacs help Commands

Chapter 12: Basic System Administration

Table 12-1: Meaning of the Fields in /etc/passwd File
Table 12-2: Meaning of Fields in /etc/group File
Table 12-3: The mtools Commands

Chapter 13: Internet Connection Setup

Table 13-1: Comparison of Dial-Up, DSL, and Cable
Table 13-2: Settings in Configuration File for a Wireless Ethernet Network Interface
Table 13-3: Settings in Configuration File for a PPP Network Interface

Chapter 14: Web Server

Table 14-1: LogFormat Tokens

Chapter 15: Mail Server

Table 15-1: Control Operators Used in

Chapter 16: News Server

Table 16-1: Major Newsgroup Categories
Table 16-2: Configuration Parameters in /etc/news/inn.conf

Chapter 17: FTP Server

Table 17-1: List of Commonly Used FTP Commands

Chapter 18: DNS and NIS

Table 18-1: Common DNS Resource Record Types

Chapter 19: Samba and NFS

Table 19-1: Options in /etc/exports
Table 19-2: Common smbclient Commands

Chapter 20: Advanced System Administration

Table 20-1: Valid Actions in /etc/inittab
Table 20-2: Some Common Services in Red Hat Linux
Table 20-3: Specifying the Time of Execution with the at Command
Table 20-4: Specifying the Time of Execution in crontab Files
Table 20-5: Script Directories for run-parts
Table 20-6: Device Names for Common Backup Devices
Table 20-7: Common tar Options
Table 20-8: Commands to Manage Kernel Modules
Table 20-9: Column Headings in the Top Utility's Display Screen
Table 20-10: vmstat Utility Output Fields
Table 20-11: Typical Files and Directories in /proc
Table 20-12: Some Kernel Parameters in the /proc/sys Directory

Chapter 21: Software Installation and Update

Table 21-1: Characters Used in RPM Verification Reports
Table 21-2: Common File System Configuration Options

Chapter 22: System and Network Security

Table 22-1: Commonly Used Computer Security Terminology
Table 22-2: File Permission Codes
Table 22-3: Components of the OpenSSH Software
Table 22-4: Some Common Computer Vulnerability Types
Table 22-5: Important System Files and Their Permissions
Table 22-6: Ownership and Permission of Password Files
Table 22-7: Some Popular Computer Security Tools

Chapter 23: Software Development in Linux

Table 23-1: Commonly Used GCC Options
Table 23-2: Some Predefined Variables in GNU make
Table 23-3: Options for GNU make
Table 23-4: Commonly Used gdb Commands
Table 23-5: RCS Tools
Table 23-6: Identification Keywords RCS Supports

Chapter 24: Shell and Perl Scripting

Table 24-1: Summary of Built-in Commands in Bash Shell
Table 24-2: Rules for Interpreting Regular Expression Characters
Table 24-3: A Quick Reference Guide to Perl Functions

Chapter 25: Tcl/Tk Scripting

Table 25-1: Backslash Sequences and Their Meanings in Tcl
Table 25-2: Built-in Tcl Commands
Table 25-3: Operations You Can Perform with String in Tcl
Table 25-4: Tk Commands for Creating Widgets
Table 25-5: Tk Commands for Manipulating Widgets
Table 25-6: Different Forms of the pack Command
Table 25-8: Forms of the place Command
Table 25-10: Some Commonly Used Keysyms

Chapter 26: Java Programming

Table 26-1: Java 2 SDK Content Summary
Table 26-2: Java's Primitive Data Types
Table 26-3: Methods of the String Class
Table 26-4: Summary of Some Swing Component Classes

Appendix A: Linux Commands

Table A-1: Linux Commands

Appendix B: Disk Drives

Table B-1: Supported SCSI Controllers

Appendix C: CD-ROM Drives

Table C-1: CD-ROM Drives with Proprietary Interfaces
Table C-2: CD-ROM Device Names for Proprietary Interfaces

Appendix D: Ethernet Cards

Table D-1: Ethernet Cards and Their Linux Drivers
Table D-2: Arguments for ether

Appendix E: Modems and Terminals

Table E-1: IRQ and I/O Port Addresses Assigned to Serial Ports
Table E-2: Device Names for Incoming and Outgoing Serial Ports
Table E-3: Modem Standards
Table E-4: Responses* from a Typical Modem
Table E-5: Linux Drivers for Intelligent Multiport Serial Boards

Appendix G: Linux Resources

Table G-1: Linux Newsgroups on the Internet