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LinuxPR: Linux Press introduces How to Install Linux(r) series
Linux Press today announced its newest line of books, How to Install Linux. Part of the Popular Linux Resource Series, How to Install Linux will target specific Linux distributions and provide complete and easy to follow installation instructions for the operating system as well as for packages.
How to Install Linux(r) for Red Hat(r) Linux(r) is first in series
PENNGROVE, CA (January 18, 2000) - Linux Press today announced its newest line of books, How to Install Linux. Part of the popular Linux Resource Series, How to Install Linux will target specific Linux distributions and provide complete and easy to follow installation instructions for the operating system as well as for packages.
How to Install Linux for Red Hat Linux covers the entire installation process of Red Hat Linux 6.1 from both the text-based approach and using the new GUI-based installation program. The two CD-ROMs include the Red Hat Linux 6.1 version of the Linux Operating System and a Bonus CD with selected Red Hat PowerToolsTM and other handy files. Using Red Hat's Package Manager (RPM(r)), you can quickly install the wide variety of files included covering games, utilities, Internet Server, programming languages, C/C++ compiler and office productivity tools.
Information covered in How to Install Linux for Red Hat Linux includes: New GUI Installation Process, Partitioning Your Hard Drive, Package Management with RPM, System Administration, System Configuration, Latest stable 2.2.X Kernel, Automatic Hardware Detection, and GNOME & KDE Window Managers.
Linux President Randy Just comments on the new series: "Although the Linux user base now numbers in the millions, there are many potential users who still haven't installed it. How To Install Linux provides those potential users with excellent documentation and the most popular Linux Distribution (Red Hat) available."
How to Install Linux for Red Hat Linux is a 438-page softcover book and will be available direct from the publisher and through major distributors and bookstores the week of February 7, 2000.
About Linux Press Linux Press, founded in 1997 and based in Penngrove, California, was formed to meet the growing need for quality Linux and Free Software documentation. Linux Press has book titles currently available throughout the world, including the Debian Linux User's Guide, Linux Volume 1: ac to zcat, the basics, and The Best of Linux Distributions.
Linux Press Contact Information Contact: Les Villanyi Phone/Fax: 707-773-4916 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.linuxpress.com Address: PO Box 220, Penngrove, CA 94951