public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from tadeufilippini with tag "redhat linux"

September 2009

Fedora 9 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible

Fedora 9 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible addthis button Fedora 9 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible Fedora 9 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible Summary: Wiley | English | 2008-06-30 | ISBN: 0470373628 | 1080 pages | PDF | 11 MB Master the latest version of Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux with the step-by-step instructions and hands-on advice in Fedora 9 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible. Learn key system administration skills like setting users and automating system tasks, understand the latest security issues and threats, and gain confidence with using and customizing the desktop menus, icons, and window manager. Updated every six months to correspond with the latest Fedora release, this book includes an official Fedora 9 LiveCD so that you can practice your knowledge and improve your skills. . Please select one mirror to download Guest should register an account Register

August 2008 |

CygwinTM Cygwin is a set of powerful tools to assist developers in migrating applications from UNIX®/Linux to the Microsoft® Windows®; platform. Cygwin delivers the open source standard Red Hat GNU gcc compiler and gdb debugger on Windows. In addition, it provides for a standard UNIX/Linux development environment on Windows including APIs and command shells. The Cygwin.dll library, included with Cygwin, delivers the interesting subset of UNIX SVR4, BSD, and POSIX APIs to enable quick ports of UNIX/Linux applications to the Windows platform. What Can Cygwin Do? With Cygwin, administrators can easily remote login to any PC, fix problems within a UNIX/Linux shell, on any Windows machine and run shell command scripts. Sophisticated shell command scripts can be created with standard shells, sed, awk, etc. Standard Windows command line tools can even be intermixed within the UNIX/Linux shell script environment to administer the Windows system. Over the years, UNIX/Linux system administrators have developed a large toolbox set of management scripts for their UNIX/Linux machines. Cygwin provides the ability to continue using these scripts on Windows machines. Why Use Cygwin? One of the largest problems developers face today is supporting their applications on disparate platforms. Windows workstations continue to be added to an environment already populated by Linux and other UNIX-based Operating Systems. Using Cygwin, developers can manage heterogeneous environments in a consistent, efficient way. Cygwin brings a standard UNIX/Linux shell environment, including many of its most useful commands to the Windows platform, so IT managers can effectively deploy trained staff, and leverage existing investments in UNIX/Linux source code and shell scripts. The Cygwin Contract A Cygwin Contract provides customers with: * The ability to distribute customer's applications without being bound by the GPL. Therefore, customers are not required to provide their applications in open source code form. * A license to distribute unlimited quantities of Cygwin libraries with customer's applications. * A robust set of tools for easily migrating applications from UNIX/Linux to Windows. * The latest Pentium optimized compiler tools.