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Index: S

safety/security, specifying options for : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
Samba : 10.3. Samba
Samba server
backups : 10.3.6. Troubleshooting Samba
client configuration : 10.4. Samba Client Configuration and Use
configuring : 10.3.2. Configuring Samba
global variables, configuring : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
installing
C.6.5.2. Installing the samba package
10.3.1. Samba Server Installation
log entries about : 7.4. Viewing System Messages and Logs
netbios name option : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
print share options for : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
printer share parameters, configuring : 10.3.2.3. Configuring printer share parameters
resources for further information : 10.3. Samba
troubleshooting : 10.3.6. Troubleshooting Samba
verifying operation of : 10.3.6. Troubleshooting Samba
version of, viewing : 10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
viewing configuration : 10.3.5. Managing Users and Passwords
viewing status of : 10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
workgroup option : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
savings changes (minicom program) : 11.7.2.6. Saving your changes
/sbin file : 13.2.2. Commands and Arguments
ScanDisk utility : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
schedulers : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
StarSchedule : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
scientists : 1.1. Linux at Home and at Work
screen options, configuring (minicom program) : 11.7.2.5. Configuring screen and keyboard options
screen output
viewing directories : 4.3.4.3. Displaying directory contents
viewing files : 4.3.5.1. Displaying the contents of a file
viewing tar files : 4.3.5.7. Working with compressed files
screen savers : 4.1.5. Using Virtual Consoles
GNOME control center : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
screens : (see monitors)
script file for periscope shell script : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
scripts
11.7.2.1. Configuring filenames and paths
11.7.2.7. Running minicom
modifying standard : 13.2.5. Shell Scripts
shell scripts
13.2.5. Shell Scripts
13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
advanced : 13.3. Understanding Shell Scripts
periscope : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
standard included with Linux : 13.2.5. Shell Scripts
scroll bars : 6.2.2. Using Scrollbars
SCSI adapters
configuration information for : 2.2.1. Information You Need
search engine for Linux information : 1.4.1. Web Pages
search path
13.2.8. The Search Path
13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
searching by keywords : 4.2.2.2. Using apropos
secondary prompt : 13.3.3.2. The if command
sectors : 2.3.1. How Hard Disks are Organized
secure shell client
C.6.7.2. Installing the ssh client and server package
12.5. Configuring a Dial-In Shell Server
secure shell server : C.6.7.2. Installing the ssh client and server package
configuring : 12.4. Configuring a Secure Shell Server
secure shell client on : 12.4.2. Using a Secure Server from a Remote System
security
mailing list information : 3.2.4. The Debian Mailing Lists
passwords and : 7.1.1. Creating a User Account
specifying options for : 10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
Select item (dselect program) : 3.1.4. Installing the Applications
self-test : 3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy
serial port, configuring (minicom program) : 11.7.2.3. Configuring the serial port
server administrator, email address of : 12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
server daemons : 10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
server logs, web server : 12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
Server Message Block (SMB)
10.3. Samba
10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
server processes (web server) : 12.2.1.3. The httpd.conf File
servers
Linux as
1.2.1. PC Operating Systems
1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
Samba : (see Samba server)
SMB servers : 10.4.3. Linux Client
webserver for Linux : (see web server)
X server, configuring : 5.3. Configuring X
services
list of : 7.3.2. Starting and Stopping Services
permissions (web server) : 12.2.1.1. The access.conf file
starting/stopping : 7.3.2. Starting and Stopping Services
session awareness : 6.4.2. GNOME
seyon program : 11.7.1. Using seyon
installing : C.6.6.3. Installing the seyon package
running : 11.7.1. Using seyon
sh shell : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
shadow passwords
3.1.3.3. Configuring shadow passwords
7.1.3. Changing a User Account Password
shared printers, using : 10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
shares
(see
(see browseable shares)
(see print shares)
(see entries at file shares)
Shares button (Samba server) : 10.3.2.2. Configuring file share parameters
shareware programs : 2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
shell accounts : 11.1. Connecting to the Internet
accessing : 11.7. Using minicom and seyon
shell aliases
13. Conquering the BASH Shell
13.2.4. Shell Aliases
shell commands
6.6.1. GNOME Terminal
13.2.1. Typing Shell Commands
aliases for : 13.2.4. Shell Aliases
shell prompt : 3.1.4.5. Exiting dselect
shell scripts
13. Conquering the BASH Shell
13.1.2. Why Learn to Use the Shell?
13.2.5. Shell Scripts
13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
advanced : 13.3. Understanding Shell Scripts
periscope : 13.3.4. Periscope: A Useful Networking Script
special charactes for : 13.2.1. Typing Shell Commands
shell servers
(see dial-in shell server)
(see entries at secure shell server)
shell variables : 13. Conquering the BASH Shell
list of : 13.2.7. Shell Variables
value of : 13.2.7. Shell Variables
shells : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
assigned automatically : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
available : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
bash shell
(see also BASH shell)
4.1.2. Logging In
changing : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
characters, special : 13.2.1. Typing Shell Commands
exiting from new shell : 13.2.5. Shell Scripts
MS-DOS shell : 13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
programming languages and : 13.2.7. Shell Variables
shell aliases : 13. Conquering the BASH Shell
shell scripts : 13. Conquering the BASH Shell
shell variables : 13. Conquering the BASH Shell
system administrators and : 13.1.2. Why Learn to Use the Shell?
Unix shell : 13.1.1. A Variety of Shells
variables for
13.2.7. Shell Variables
13.3.1. Processing Arguments
vs. Microsoft Windows operating system : 13.1.2. Why Learn to Use the Shell?
Shortcut to boot.bat desktop icon : 3.1.2.1. Booting from MS-DOS or Windows 9x
shortcuts : 4.3.5.8. Working with links
shrinking partitions : 2.3.3.3. Shrinking a partition
shutting down the X Window System : 6.1.3. Terminating X
shutting down Windows 95/98 : 4.1.1. Booting the System
shutting down your system
4.1.7. Shutting Down the System
7.3.1. Starting and Stopping the System
single dot (.) : 4.3.3.3. Absolute and relative pathnames
single quote (')
4.3.4.4. Creating a directory
13.2.9. Quoted Strings
size (directory/file) : 4.3.4.3. Displaying directory contents
Slackware Linux : 1.2.2.6. Linux distributions
slash (/)
C.4.3. Choosing Packages for Installation or Removal
C.5.1. Configuring the sources.list File
pair of slashes (//) : C.5.1. Configuring the sources.list File
Slashdot web site : 1.4.1. Web Pages
SMB (Server Message Block)
10.3. Samba
10.4.1. Microsoft Windows Client
SMB clients
10.4.2. Other Clients
10.4.4. Using the Linux Samba Client for File Backup and Recovery
SMB servers
(see also Samba server)
10.3.2.1. Configuring global variables
10.4.3. Linux Client
SMB shared volume : 2.1.3. Drives
smbd daemon
10.3.1. Samba Server Installation
10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
smbprint script : 10.4.3. Linux Client
Snes9X : 9.1. A Survey of Linux Games
soft links : 4.3.5.8. Working with links
software development : 1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
software distribution
1.2.2. How Linux is Different
1.2.2.2. Free software
1.2.2.3. Copyleft
Linux : (see Linux distributions)
terms of : 1.2.2.3. Copyleft
Software in the Public Interest, Inc. : 1.2.2.6. Linux distributions
Solaris 2.6, compared : 1.2.3. Linux Features and Performance
sound cards : 2.2.2. Collecting Configuration Information by Using Windows
sounds (GNOME control center) : 6.7.3. The GNOME Control Center
source form/code : 1.2.2. How Linux is Different
source list, changing : 3.1.4.1. Accessing the packages
sources : C.2. The Package Management Tools
sources.list file : C.5. Using apt-get
space separating arguments/options : 4.2.1. Command Structure
splitting partitions : 2.3.3.3. Shrinking a partition
spreadsheets : 8.1.4. Other Desktop Applications
Spreadsheets (Applixware) : 8.1.1.1. Running Applixware
srm.conf file : 12.2.1.2. The srm.conf File
ssh client/server, installing : C.6.7.2. Installing the ssh client and server package
SSH Protocols : 12.4. Configuring a Secure Shell Server
Stallman, Richard : 1.2.2.2. Free software
Starcraft : 9.2.3. Starcraft
StarDraw (StarOffice) : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
StarImpress (StarOffice) : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
StarOffice
installing
C.6.3.1. Installing Star Office
8.1.2.1. Installing StarOffice
running : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
StarOffice (Star Division) : 8.1.2. StarOffice
StarSchedule (StarOffice) : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
Start menu (Windows 95/98) : 6.5.3.7. Pager
starting/stopping services : 7.3.2. Starting and Stopping Services
starting/stopping the X Window System : 5.4. Starting and Stopping X
starting/stopping your system : 7.3. Starting and Stopping the System and Services
StarWriter (StarOffice) : 8.1.2.2. Running StarOffice
Status button (swat tool) : 10.3.3. Viewing Samba Server Status
stderr : 13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
stdin : 13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
stdout : 13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
streams : 13.2.6. Input/Output Redirection and Piping
subdirectories : 4.3.4.5. Removing a directory
subnetworks (subnets) : 10.1. Introduction
Sun Microsystems : 8.1.2. StarOffice
SunOS : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
SuSE. Linux : 1.2.2.6. Linux distributions
swap filesystem : 7.2.1. Configuring Local Drives
swap partitions : 3.1.2.9. Partitioning a hard drive
activating/initializing : 3.1.2.10. Initializing and activating a swap partition
configuring : 7.2.2. Configuring Swap Partitions
swat tool
C.6.5.2. Installing the samba package
10.3.2. Configuring Samba
accessing : 10.3.2. Configuring Samba
symbolic link, configuring with xf86config : 5.3. Configuring X
symbolic links
4.3.5.8. Working with links
5.2. Installing X
system administration commands : 13.2.2. Commands and Arguments
system BIOS : 2.2.1. Information You Need
system buses : 2.1.2. Motherboard
system clocks, Unix : 3.1.2.16. Configuring the base system
system commands : 4.5.1. Viewing System Information
System Properties dialog box
2.2.2. Collecting Configuration Information by Using Windows
2.3.3.4. Using the fips utility
system status
displaying : 4.1.3. Issuing Commands
viewing information on : 4.5.1. Viewing System Information
system use cycle : 4.1. The System Use Cycle
System V : 1.2.2.1. The origins of Linux
shell : 7.1.6. Configuring Access to Shells
system, rebooting : 3.1.2.17. Making a boot floppy


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