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InfoMagic Linux Toolbox - Nov 98

Nov 25, 1998, 02:44 (1 Talkback[s])
     InfoMagic Linux(R) Toolbox November 1998

InfoMagic has put together the perfect package for LINUX beginners
with complete materials to install, run and learn Linux by bundling
our popular CD-ROM release with a comprehensive manual to walk users
through setup & installation.  The Linux ToolBox comes with the
following contents:

*  InfoMagic Linux Developers Resource 6 CD-ROM Set
This CD-ROM Set comes with a wealth of material to install and run
Linux, plus a"QuickStart" install booklet that describes the initial
setup & install procedures without having to read the entire manual
first.  The archive materials on this CD-ROM are from the official
linux archives tsx-11.mit.edu & sunsite.unc.edu, plus the GNU archive
from prep.ai.mit.edu. Popular distributions of Linux included on the
CD-ROM are:

*  Red Hat 5.2 for Intel  (installs kernel 2.0.36)
*  Red Hat 5.2 SRPMS
*  Red Hat SRPMS
*  Red Hat 5.2 updates

*  SuSE 5.3 (installs kernel 2.0.35)
*  SuSE Binaries and Source

*  Debian 2.0 r3 (installs kernel 2.0.34)
*  Debian 2.0 Sources
*  Debian 2.0 Contrib

*  Slackware 3.6 (installs kernel 2.0.35)
*  Slackware Binaries, Sources, Contrib

*  Kernel Source 2.0.35 and 2.1.127 (ftp.kernel.org)
*  Apache (version 1.3.3)
*  Netscape Communicator (version 4.5)
*  XFree86 (X-Windows)Binaries and sources included with all distributions

* "Running Linux Book"
Written by Matt Welsh & Lar Kaufman and published by O^ÒReilly &
Associates, this is a 600 page bound manual with installation
procedures and a complete arry of topics covering all aspects of the
Linux operating system.  This book is a the definitive guide to
installing and using the Linux operating system.  Written for both
beginner and advanced users, chapters include an introduction to
Linux, history, software features, design philosophy, hardware
requirements & sources for other documentation.  A chapter on System
Administration gives the basics of system maintenance from booting to
backup, including filesystem management to emergency recovery
procedures.  An Advanced Features chapter is included describing the
X-Window System GUI, networking with TCP/IP and UUCP, electronic mail
and Usenet news.  Includes numerous appendices for sources of Linux
info, distribution & mail order lists, FTP tutorials & site lists,
Linux BBS lists and the GNU General Public License.

Retail Price:   $45.00 Order Today!  Shipping shortly after 30 November.

Please contact us as shown below for more information or to order.

 The readme files and complete file lists can be found at:
  ftp.infomagic.com:/pub/cds/linux

 Tel:   520-526-9565/800-800-6613 (within the US and Canada)
 FAX:   520-526-9573
 Auto-Reply:  info@InfoMagic.com
 Orders:  orders@InfoMagic.com
 WWW:   http://www.infomagic.com/ (Secure ordering supported)

 InfoMagic, Inc.
 11950 N. Hwy 89
 Flagstaff, AZ 86004


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