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Ubuntu Hacks: Tips & Tools for Exploring, Using, and Tuning Linux
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  • Title Ubuntu Hacks: Tips & Tools for Exploring, Using, and Tuning Linux
  • Author(s) Jonathan Oxer, Kyle Rankin, Bill Childers
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (June 14, 2006)
  • Hardcover: 448 pages
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0596527209
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596527204
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Book Description

This book is your one-stop source for all of the community knowledge you need to get the most out of Ubuntu: a collection of 100 tips and tools to help new and experienced Linux users install, configure, and customize Ubuntu. With this set of hacks, you can get Ubuntu Linux working exactly the way you need it to. Learn how to: Install and test-drive Ubuntu Linux.

Keep your system running smoothly Turn Ubuntu into a multimedia powerhouse: rip and burn discs, watch videos, listen to music, and more Take Ubuntu on the road with Wi-Fi wireless networking, Bluetooth, etc. Hook up multiple displays and enable your video card's 3-D acceleration Run Ubuntu with virtualization technology such as Xen and VMware Tighten your system's security Set up an Ubuntu-powered server

This book will not only show you how to get everything working just right, you will also have a great time doing it as you explore the powerful features lurking within Ubuntu.

About the Authors
  • Jonathan Oxer is the founder and technical director of Internet Vision Technologies in Australia, as well as the past president of Linux Australia, the national organization for Linux users, developers, and vendors.
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