Red Hat Linux X Desktop Kit For Dummies

Red Hat Linux X Desktop Kit For Dummies

By (author)  , By (author) 

List price: US$49.99

Currently unavailable

Add to wishlist

AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Try AbeBooks

Description

Red Hat has merged its flagship Red Hat Linux product with the Fedora Project to create the Fedora Core distribution. This nifty box offers high-valued items at a low cost. It includes the complete Fedora Core distribution with source code on DVD, two books full of plain-English advice, and a bonus CD-ROM packed with extra tools, e-books, and more. About the DVD --Contains the full Fedora Core distribution with installation, source code, OpenOffice.org office productivity suite, and extra tools About Red Hat Linux Fedora For Dummies --The best-selling beginner's guide to getting up to speed with Red Hat's Fedora. About the CD-ROM --Add-ons, including RealOne Player, Wine, xMAME, and MPlayer --Red Hat Linux Fedora Desktop For Dummies and OpenOffice.org For Dummies e-books ---Discount coupons for full Fedora Core distribution on CD-ROM f or USD12.00 and OpenOffice.org For Dummies print version, 30 per cent off About Red Hat Linux Fedora Desktop For Dummies --A miniguide loaded with tips on using KDE personal productivity tools, performing desktop tasks, using instant messaging, and more
show more

Product details

  • Mixed media product | 120 pages
  • 194.1 x 246.9 x 52.3mm | 984.3g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 076454263X
  • 9780764542633

Review quote

"...reads very easily...covers a surprisingly wide range of things to do..." (Linux Format, March 2004) "...you can't fault the information this book has to offer...anyone considering the shift to Linux should give this a look..." (PC Utilities, April 2004) "You certainly get a lot for your money...this complete Fedora Kit is an excellent choice." (PC Utilities, March 2004)
show more

Review Text

"...you can't fault the information this book has to offer...anyone considering the shift to Linux should give this a look..." (PC Utilities, April 2004)
show more