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1 Welcome to Linux
1.1 A Note About Conventions
1.2 The Root of the Matter
1.3 How to Quit
1.4 From Console Mode
1.5 X Marks the Spot
1.6 A Brand New You
1.7 Shutting Down
1.8 Pulling Yourself Up by the Boot
1.9 A Good ``Man'' Is Easy to Find
1.10 What is Rescue Mode?
2 You Are Here
2.1 Finding Yourself With pwd
2.2 Getting From Here to There: cd
2.3 Looking Around With ls
2.4 A Larger Picture of the Filesystem
2.5 ``Washing'' the Window
2.6 Using cat
2.7 Using Redirection
2.8 Appending Standard Output
2.9 Redirecting Standard Input
2.10 Pipes
2.11 Stringing Commands Together
2.12 Ownership and Permissions
2.13 Fun with Numbers in chmod
3 Managing Files and Directories
3.1 Shell Collecting
3.2 Locating Files and Directories
3.3 Command History and Tab Completion
3.4 Identifying and Working with File Types
3.4.1 Compressed/Archived Files
3.4.2 File Formats
3.4.3 System Files
3.4.4 Programming and Scripting Files The less Command The more Command The head Command The tail Command The cat Command The grep Command I/O Redirection and Pipes Wildcards and Regular Expressions
3.5 Copying, Moving and Renaming Files and Directories
3.5.1 Copying Files
3.5.2 Moving Files
3.5.3 Renaming Files
3.5.4 Deleting Files and Directories
3.5.5 Time to Learn More
4 What Do I Do Now?
4.1 Getting the Documentation That's Right for You
4.1.1 Documentation For First-Time Linux Users
4.1.2 Documentation for More Experienced Linux Users
4.1.3 Documentation for Linux Gurus
4.2 The X Window System
4.2.1 If You Haven't Installed X XFree86 Configuration
4.2.2 If You've Already Installed X Starting X Manually Starting X Automatically Exiting X Changing Your Desktop Virtual Consoles and X Handy X-Based Tools
4.3 Configuring Your Red Hat Linux System For Sound
4.3.1 Modular Sound Drivers Recognized Sound Cards
4.3.2 Sound Card Configuration Tool
4.4 World Wide Web
4.4.1 World Wide Web Browsers
4.4.2 World Wide Web Server
4.5 Good luck and enjoy!

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