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Index: B

back quote (`) : 13.2.9. Quoted Strings
background properties (GNOME control center) : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
backslash (\) : 13.2.9. Quoted Strings
backspace key : 5.3. Configuring X
backups
2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
4.3.5.7. Working with compressed files
10.4.4. Using the Linux Samba Client for File Backup and Recovery
before deleting files : 7.1.5. Deleting a User Account
/etc/group file : 7.1.4.4. Removing a member from a group
PC files : 10.3. Samba
restoring : 10.4.4. Using the Linux Samba Client for File Backup and Recovery
Samba server configuration : 10.3.6. Troubleshooting Samba
backward slash (\) : 4.3.3.2. The directory tree
bad blocks, scanning for : 3.1.2.10. Initializing and activating a swap partition
base system
configuring : 3.1.2.15. Installing the base system
installing : 3.1.2. Installing the Kernel and Base System
base2_1.tgz file : 3.1.2.15. Installing the base system
BASH shell
7.1.1. Creating a User Account
13. Conquering the BASH Shell
13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
assigned automatically : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
automatic startup at login : 13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
basics : 4.1.2. Logging In
"Bourne Again SHell" : 13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
built-in commands : 13.2.3. Filename Globbing
commands for : 13.2.1. Typing Shell Commands
conditional commands : 13.3.3. Conditional Logic
learning, benefits of : 13.1.2. Why Learn to Use the Shell?
Unix and : 13.1.2. Why Learn to Use the Shell?
using : 13.2. Using the Shell
Basic profile : 3.1.3.6. Choosing Packages
Bell Telephone Lab : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
Berkeley System Distribution (BSD) : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
/bin file : 13.2.2. Commands and Arguments
binary file : 12.1.1. Testing the FTP Server
binary form : 1.2.2. How Linux is Different
BIOS, system : 2.2.1. Information You Need
Blizzard Entertainment : 9.2.3. Starcraft
boot configuration : 4.1.1. Booting the System
boot disk : 4.1.1. Booting the System
creating
2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
3.1.2.2. Booting from floppy diskettes
3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy
boot prompt
3.1.2.3. Starting the installation procedure
3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy
4.1.1. Booting the System
booting
Linux
from CD-ROM with this book : 3.1.2. Installing the Kernel and Base System
from floppy disks : 3.1.2.2. Booting from floppy diskettes
from MS-DOS/Windows 95/98 : 3.1.2. Installing the Kernel and Base System
mailing list information : 3.2.4. The Debian Mailing Lists
system : 3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy
your system
3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy
4.1.1. Booting the System
"Bourne Again SHell" : (see BASH shell)
Bourne shell : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
brackets : 4.2.2.1. Using man
broadcast address : 3.1.2.14. Configuring the network
broadcast messages : 3.1.2.14. Configuring the network
browseable files : 10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
browseable shares : 10.4.3. Linux Client
browsers : (see web browsers)
BSD (Berkeley System Distribution) : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
buttons (seyon program) : 11.7.1. Using seyon


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