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Index: D

daemons
C.6.5.2. Installing the samba package
7.3.2. Starting and Stopping Services
10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
httpd daemon
12.2.1. Configuration
12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
PPP daemon : 11.1. Connecting to the Internet
data storage : 1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
data streams, standard : 13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
database
for packages : C.3.3. Querying the Package Database
relational : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
selecting video card from : 5.3. Configuring X
date
applet for (GNOME desktop) : 6.5.3.5. Date & time applet
displaying : 4.1.3. Issuing Commands
setting/storing : 7.5. Setting the System Time and Time Zone
deb : C.1. Packages
Debian GNU/Linux
(see also entries at Linux)
1.2.2.6. Linux distributions
1.4.1. Web Pages
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) : 3.2.2. FAQs
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) : 1.4.1. Web Pages
help : 3.2. Getting Help
install utility : 2.3.3.2. Identifying an unused partition
mailing lists : 3.2.4. The Debian Mailing Lists
using Linux applications and clients with : C.6.3. Chapter 8: Using Linux Applications and Clients
web site : 3.2.1. The Debian Web Site
DEC Unix : 1.1. Linux at Home and at Work
defaults
aliases, viewing : 13.2.4. Shell Aliases
configuration : 4.1.1. Booting the System
font : 6.6.1. GNOME Terminal
network route, deleting : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
text editor (GNOME control center) : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
defrag utility (Microsoft) : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
defragmenting hard disks : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
deleting
directories : 4.3.4.5. Removing a directory
files
4.3.5.2. Removing a file
6.5.4. Using the File Manager
home directory : 7.1.5. Deleting a User Account
packages
pre-selection : C.4.3. Choosing Packages for Installation or Removal
partitions : 2.3.3.2. Identifying an unused partition
user accounts : 7.1.5. Deleting a User Account
dependency conflicts : C.4.3. Choosing Packages for Installation or Removal
description strings
for monitors : 5.3. Configuring X
for video cards : 5.3. Configuring X
desktop (GNOME desktop) : 6.5.3.2. Desktop
desktop applications
available for Linux : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
desktop publishing applications : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
desktop suites
StarOffice (Star Division) : 8.1.2. StarOffice
WordPerfect for Linux (Corel) : 8.1.3. Corel WordPerfect for Linux
other : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
desktop computers
Linux run on : 1.2.1. PC Operating Systems
operating systems for
1.2.1. PC Operating Systems
1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
sales of : 1.2.1. PC Operating Systems
using Linux : 1.2.2.4. The Linux kernel
desktop environments : 6. Using the X Window System
desktop publishing applications : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
desktop suites : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
StarOffice : 8.1.2. StarOffice
StarOffice (Star Division) : 8.1.2. StarOffice
WordPerfect for Linux (Corel) : 8.1.3. Corel WordPerfect for Linux
desktop themes (GNOME control center) : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
desktops
6.4. Desktops
6.5.1. Launching GNOME and Enlightenment
developers : 1.2.2. How Linux is Different
device driver modules, configuring : 3.1.2.13. Configuring device driver modules
device files : 5.3. Configuring X
Device Manager, Windows 95/98 : 2.2.2. Collecting Configuration Information by Using Windows
devices
commands for : 4.4. Working with Devices
list of : 4.3.1. Devices
troubleshooting : 3.1.2.13. Configuring device driver modules
DIAGNOSIS.txt file : 10.3.6. Troubleshooting Samba
dial-in shell server, configuring : 12.5. Configuring a Dial-In Shell Server
Dial-Up Networking (Microsoft Windows) : 11.1. Connecting to the Internet
Dialing Directory dialog box
11.7.2.7. Running minicom
11.7.1. Using seyon
dialing options, configuring (minicom progam) : 11.7.2.4. Configuring modem and dialing options
dialogs : 11.3. Using wvdial
Digital Equipment Corporation : 5.1. What is X?
directories
4.3.2. Filesystems
4.3.3. Directories
combining : 4.3.5.7. Working with compressed files
contents of : 4.3.4.3. Displaying directory contents
creating : 4.3.4.4. Creating a directory
new search directory : 13.2.8. The Search Path
deleting : 4.3.4.5. Removing a directory
My Documents directory : 4.3.4.4. Creating a directory
naming : 4.3.4.4. Creating a directory
removing : 4.3.4.5. Removing a directory
renaming : 4.3.5.4. Renaming or moving a file
directory tree : 4.3.3.2. The directory tree
disabling virtual memory : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
Disk Drives icon, Windows 95/98 : 2.2.2. Collecting Configuration Information by Using Windows
disk drives, fixed : 2.3.2. Viewing Partition Information
disk management : 1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
disks, hard : (see hard disks)
displaying system status : 4.1.3. Issuing Commands
displays : (see monitors)
distribution : (see Linux distributions; software distribution)
DNS (Domain Name Server) : 10.1. Introduction
documenting your system configuration : 2.2. Collecting Information About Your System
documents
caching (web server) : 12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
format and organization of (web server) : 12.2.1.2. The srm.conf File
permissions (web server) : 12.2.1.1. The access.conf file
dollar sign ($)
3.1.4.5. Exiting dselect
13.2.7. Shell Variables
domain name
3.1.2.14. Configuring the network
12.2.2. Startup and Use
Domain Name Server (DNS) : 10.1. Introduction
Doom : 9.2.1. DOOM
installing : C.6.4.1. Installing Doom
DOSKEYS editor (MS_DOS) : 13.2.1. Typing Shell Commands
\dosutils\fips20\errors.txt file : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
\dosutils\fips20\fips.exe file : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
\dosutils\fips20\restorrb.exe file : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
dot (.)
3.1.2.14. Configuring the network
4.3.4.3. Displaying directory contents
in filename : 4.3.4.4. Creating a directory
dot character (.) : 7.1.1. Creating a User Account
double quote inxs (") : 13.2.9. Quoted Strings
downloads
11.7.2.1. Configuring filenames and paths
11.7.2.2. Configuring file transfer protocols
dpkg package management tool : C.3. Using dpkg
drag and drop operations : 6.5.4. Using the File Manager
drawers (GNOME desktop) : 6.7.1. The GNOME Panel
drawing program (StarDraw) : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
drive icon (GNOME desktop) : 6.5.3.3. Drive icon
drive letters
2.3.1. How Hard Disks are Organized
2.3.3.2. Identifying an unused partition
2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
mapping to file share : 10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
drives
hard : (see hard disks)
local, configuring : 7.2.1. Configuring Local Drives
dselect package management tool : C.4. Using dselect
dselect program : 3.1.3.6. Choosing Packages
exiting : 3.1.4.5. Exiting dselect
DSR (modem indicator) : 11.7.1. Using seyon
DTR (modem indicator) : 11.7.1. Using seyon
dual boot : 1.3. Reasons to Choose or Not Choose Linux


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