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Index: P

packages
access methods : C.4.1. Choosing the Access Method
accessing : 3.1.4.1. Accessing the packages
available, updating list of : 3.1.4.3. Updating the list of available packages
choosing : 3.1.3.6. Choosing Packages
for installation/removal : C.4.3. Choosing Packages for Installation or Removal
configuring : C.4.6. Configuring Packages
contents of : C.6. Package Contents and Installation Commands
database for, quering : C.3.3. Querying the Package Database
fetchmail package : 12.3. Using a Mail Server
installation commands : C.6. Package Contents and Installation Commands
installing : C. The Debian Package Management Utilities
apt-get management tool : C.5.2.2. Installing a Package
dpkg management tool : C.3.1. Installing a Package
dselect management tool : C.4.5. Installing Packages
listing
by name : C.3.3.2. List packages by name
files installed from : C.3.3.4. List files installed from a package
for mail server : 12.3. Using a Mail Server
management schemes : C.1. Packages
management tools for : C.2. The Package Management Tools
mgetty package : 12.5. Configuring a Dial-In Shell Server
naming conventions : C.1. Packages
printing description of : C.3.3.1. Printing the description of a package
recommended/recommending : C.4.3. Choosing Packages for Installation or Removal
removing
dpkg management tool : C.3.2. Removing a Package
dselect management tool : C.4.7. Removing Packages
reporting status of : C.3.3.3. Report status of a package
selected, installing : 3.1.4.4. Installing the selected packages
suggested/suggesting : C.4.3. Choosing Packages for Installation or Removal
updating information on
apt-get management tool : C.5.2.1. Updating Information on Available Packages
dselect management tool : C.4.2. Updating Information on Available Packages
upgrading (apt-get management tool) : C.5.2.3. Upgrading Installed Packages
XFree86 : 5.1. What is X?
pager (GNOME desktop)
6.2.3. Virtual Desktop
6.5.3.7. Pager
pages, manual : 4.2.2.1. Using man
pair of slashes (//) : C.5.1. Configuring the sources.list File
panel (GNOME desktop)
6.5.3.4. Panel
6.7.1. The GNOME Panel
PAP (Password Authentication Protocol) : 11.3. Using wvdial
parameters : 4.3.5.7. Working with compressed files
partition table : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
PartitionMagic utility : 2.3.3.3. Shrinking a partition
partitions : 2.3.1. How Hard Disks are Organized
creating : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
deleting : 2.3.3.2. Identifying an unused partition
extended : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
identifying unused : 2.3.3.2. Identifying an unused partition
Linux
(see also Linux partitions)
3.1.2.11. Initializing a Linux partition
initializing : 3.1.2.11. Initializing a Linux partition
logical : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
modifying information : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
mounting additional automatically : 7.2.1. Configuring Local Drives
new, name of : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
primary : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
shrinking : 2.3.3.3. Shrinking a partition
splitting : 2.3.3.3. Shrinking a partition
swap
(see also swap partitions)
3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
3.1.2.10. Initializing and activating a swap partition
verifying newly created : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
viewing information : 2.3.2. Viewing Partition Information
passwords
administering with Samba : 10.3. Samba
authentication : 11.3. Using wvdial
changing : 7.1.3. Changing a User Account Password
encrypted
C.6.5.2. Installing the samba package
3.1.3.3. Configuring shadow passwords
insecure : 3.1.3.1. Establising a root password
managing (Samba server) : 10.3.5. Managing Users and Passwords
restrictions on : 7.1.3. Changing a User Account Password
root : 3.1.3.1. Establising a root password
security and : 7.1.1. Creating a User Account
shadow
3.1.3.3. Configuring shadow passwords
7.1.3. Changing a User Account Password
user accounts : 3.1.3.2. Establishing a normal user account
writing scripts for : 11.7.2.7. Running minicom
pasting text : 6.2.1. Copying and Pasting Text
path
(see also absolute path)
(see also relative path)
11.7.2.1. Configuring filenames and paths
configuring (minicom program) : 11.7.2.1. Configuring filenames and paths
PCMIA support, removing : 3.1.3.4. Removing PCMCIA support
PCs : (see desktop computers)
Pentium processors : 2.1.1. Central Processing Unit (CPU)
performance of Linux : 1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
periscope shell script : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
scheduling execution : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
script file for : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
starting : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
termination request : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
using : 13.3.5. Using periscope
permissions : 4.3.5.9. Working with file permissions
default (web server) : 12.2.1.1. The access.conf file
documents/services : 12.2.1.1. The access.conf file
PGP-encrypted email : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
phone numbers : 11.7.2.7. Running minicom
phonelist (seyon program) : 11.7.1. Using seyon
physical structure (hard disks) : 2.3.1. How Hard Disks are Organized
Pico text editor : 4.5.2. Using the ae Editor
commands for : 4.5.2. Using the ae Editor
pipe redirector (|) : 4.3.4.3. Displaying directory contents
pointing devices
(see also mouse)
5.1. What is X?
configuring with xf86config : 5.3. Configuring X
not suppported for installation program : 3.1.1. The Installation Program User Interface
pop-up menus : 6.1.5. Pop-Up Menus
POSIX standard : 13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
pound sign (#) : 3.1.4.5. Exiting dselect
power-on self-test : 3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy
PowerQuest : 2.3.3.3. Shrinking a partition
PPP (point-to-point protocol) : 11.1. Connecting to the Internet
log entries about : 7.4. Viewing System Messages and Logs
login procedures : 11.3. Using wvdial
PPP connection
3.1.3.5. Connecting via PPP
11. Getting Connected to the Internet
for periscope shell script : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
manual : 11.8. Making a PPP Connection Manually
PPP client : 11.4. PPP Client
PPP server : 11.4. PPP Client
pppd program
11.1. Connecting to the Internet
13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
preparation for Linux installation : 2. Preparing to Install Linux
presentation graphics applications : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
StarImpress : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
Presents (Applixware) : 8.1.1.1. Running Applixware
primary network interface : 3.1.2.14. Configuring the network
primary partitions : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
print job number : 4.3.5.6. Printing a file
print shares : 10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
active, viewing : 10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
options for Samba server : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
parameters for Samba server, configuring : 10.3.2.3. Configuring printer share parameters
printer sharing : 10.3. Samba
Printers tool bar button (Samba server) : 10.3.2.3. Configuring printer share parameters
printers, shared : 10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
printing
cancel : 4.3.5.6. Printing a file
files
4.3.5.6. Printing a file
10.4.3. Linux Client
probing systems
caution with : 5.3. Configuring X
with xf86config : 5.3. Configuring X
process id (web server) : 12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
.profile file : 13.2.5. Shell Scripts
profiles : 3.1.3.6. Choosing Packages
programmable clock chips : 5.3. Configuring X
programming languages : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
shells and : 13.2.7. Shell Variables
programs
finding via search path : 13.2.8. The Search Path
running
4.3.5.10. Running programs
13.2.2. Commands and Arguments
search path and : 13.2.8. The Search Path
Project Athena : 1.2.2.5. The X Window System
prompting for confirmation (commands) : 13.2.4. Shell Aliases
prompts
FTP : 12.1.1. Testing the FTP Server
FTP subsystem : 12.1.1. Testing the FTP Server
MS-DOS
1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
2.3.2. Viewing Partition Information
4.1.3. Issuing Commands
6.1.4. Terminal Windows
secondary prompts : 13.3.3.2. The if command
shell : 3.1.4.5. Exiting dselect
pronounciation of Linux : 1.2. What is Linux?
protecting data : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
protocol, SMB (Server Message Block) : 10.3. Samba
proxy server (web server) : 12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
pseudodevices : 4.3.1. Devices


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