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Index: M

mail package (exim) : 3.1.4.4. Installing the selected packages
configuring after installation : 3.1.4.4. Installing the selected packages
log files for : 7.4. Viewing System Messages and Logs
mail server
configuring : 12.3. Using a Mail Server
sending/receiving email : 12.3. Using a Mail Server
mailing lists : 3.2.4. The Debian Mailing Lists
main menu (GNOME desktop)
6.5.3.6. Main menu
6.7.2. The GNOME Main Menu
management tools (packages) : C.2. The Package Management Tools
manual pages : 4.2.2.1. Using man
Massachusetts Institute of Technology : (see MIT)
master user : 3.1.3.1. Establising a root password
media, removable : 4.4.1. Mounting and Unmounting Drives
members
adding to groups : 7.1.4.3. Adding a member to a group
lists of : 7.1.4.4. Removing a member from a group
removing from groups : 7.1.4.4. Removing a member from a group
memory : 2.1.2. Motherboard
configuration information for : 2.2.1. Information You Need
configuring with xf86config : 5.3. Configuring X
menu editor (GNOME desktop) : 6.7.2. The GNOME Main Menu
Merced 64-bit CPU : 1.2.2. How Linux is Different
Mesa : 8.2.2. WINE
installing : C.6.3.4. Installing the Mesa and WINE packages
messages, viewing : 7.4. Viewing System Messages and Logs
Meta (Alt) key : C.6.6.4. Installing the minicom package
meta-information : C.1. Packages
metacharacters
case condition : 13.3.3.3. The case command
filename : 13.2.3. Filename Globbing
for command : 13.3.3.6. The for command
mgetty package : 12.5. Configuring a Dial-In Shell Server
Microsoft Excel : 8.1.1.1. Running Applixware
Microsoft Office 97 : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
Microsoft Office for Linux : 8.1. Linux Desktop Applications
Microsoft Windows : (see entries at Windows)
games : 9. Playing Linux Games
Microsoft Word : 1.1. Linux at Home and at Work
middle mouse button
6.2.1. Copying and Pasting Text
6.5.3.2. Desktop
MIME types (GNOME control center) : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
mini-editor (BASH shell) : 13.2.1. Typing Shell Commands
minicom program
11.7. Using minicom and seyon
11.7.2. Using minicom
color display : 11.7.2.7. Running minicom
commands for : 11.7.2.7. Running minicom
installing : C.6.6.4. Installing the minicom package
running : 11.7.2.7. Running minicom
Minix : 1.2.2.4. The Linux kernel
MIRROR : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
1.2.2.5. The X Window System
5.1. What is X?
modems : 1.1. Linux at Home and at Work
configuring : 11.2. Configuring Your Modem
with minicom program : 11.7.2.3. Configuring the serial port
for dial-in shell server connections : 12.5. Configuring a Dial-In Shell Server
options for, configuring (minicom program) : 11.7.2.4. Configuring modem and dialing options
status indicators : 11.7.1. Using seyon
modemtool : 12.5.1. Configuration
modification date (directory/file) : 4.3.4.3. Displaying directory contents
modules
installing
3.1.2.12. Installing the Operating System Kernel and Modules
3.1.2.13. Configuring device driver modules
list of : 3.1.2.13. Configuring device driver modules
monitors
caution when configuring : 5.2. Installing X
configuring with xf86config : 5.3. Configuring X
options for, configuring (minicom program) : 11.7.2.5. Configuring screen and keyboard options
sync rate, caution with (xf86config) : 5.3. Configuring X
monochrome display for installation program display : 3.1.2.4. Choosing color versus monochrome
motherboards : 2.1.2. Motherboard
mount point : 7.2.1. Configuring Local Drives
directory : 4.4.1. Mounting and Unmounting Drives
mounting
CD-ROM : 3.1.4.2. Mounting the CD-ROM
drives : 4.4.1. Mounting and Unmounting Drives
floppy disks : 4.4.2. Formatting Floppy Diskettes
by users : 7.2.1. Configuring Local Drives
partitions automatically : 7.2.1. Configuring Local Drives
mouse : 5.1. What is X?
configuration information for
2.2.1. Information You Need
2.2.2. Collecting Configuration Information by Using Windows
configuring with xf86config : 5.3. Configuring X
left mouse button : 6.2.2. Using Scrollbars
Logitech MouseMan : 5.3. Configuring X
not supported for installation program : 3.1.1. The Installation Program User Interface
operations with : 6.2. Mouse Operations
properties (GNOME control center : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
right mouse button : 6.2.2. Using Scrollbars
right-clicking
6.1.5. Pop-Up Menus
6.5.3.2. Desktop
6.5.4. Using the File Manager
three-button, emulating : 5.3. Configuring X
moving files : 4.3.5.4. Renaming or moving a file
MS-DOS prompt
1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
2.3.2. Viewing Partition Information
4.1.3. Issuing Commands
6.1.4. Terminal Windows
window : 13.1. The Linux Shell
MS-DOS shell : 13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
Multics : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
multimedia adapters, configuration information for : 2.2.2. Collecting Configuration Information by Using Windows
multimedia applications
GNOME : 6.4.2. GNOME
KDE desktop : 6.4.1. KDE
multimedia files : 12.2.1.2. The srm.conf File
GNOME control center : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
Multiplexed Information and Computing Service : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
My Documents directory : 4.3.4.4. Creating a directory


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