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openSUSE 11.1 GNOME User Guide
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Available Documentation

We provide HTML and PDF versions of our books in different languages. The following manuals for users and administrators are available on this product:

Start-Up, (↑ Start-Up )

Guides you through the installation and basic configuration of your system. For newcomers, the manual also introduces basic Linux concepts such as the file system, the user concept and access permissions and gives an overview of the features openSUSE offers to support mobile computing. Provides help and advice in troubleshooting.

KDE User Guide, (↑ KDE User Guide )

Introduces the KDE desktop of openSUSE. It guides you through using and configuring the desktop and helps you perform key tasks. It is intended mainly for users who want to make efficient use of KDE as their default desktop.

GNOME User Guide

Introduces the GNOME desktop of openSUSE. It guides you through using and configuring the desktop and helps you perform key tasks. It is intended mainly for end users who want to make efficient use of GNOME desktop as their default desktop.

Application Guide, (↑ Application Guide )

Learn how to use and configure key desktop applications on openSUSE. This guide introduces browsers and e-mail clients as well as office applications and collaboration tools. It also covers graphics and multimedia applications.

Reference, (↑ Reference )

Gives you a general understanding of openSUSE and covers advanced system administration tasks. It is intended mainly for system administrators and home users with basic system administration knowledge. It provides detailed information about advanced deployment scenarios, administration of your system, the interaction of key system components and the set-up of various network and file services openSUSE offers.

Novell AppArmor Administration Guide, (↑ Novell AppArmor Administration Guide )

Contains in-depth information about the use of Novell AppArmor in your environment. AppArmor is a security application that lets you specify per program which files the program may read, write, and execute.

Lessons For Lizards

A community book project for the openSUSE distribution. A snapshot of the manual written by the open source community is released on an equal footing with the Novell/SUSE manuals. The lessons are written in a cook book style and cover more specific or exotic topics than the traditional manuals. For more information, see https://developer.novell.com/wiki/index.php/Lessons_for_Lizards.

In addition to the comprehensive manuals, several quick start guides are available:

KDE Quick Start, (↑ KDE Quick start )

Gives a short introduction to the KDE desktop and some key applications running on it.

GNOME Quick Start, (↑ GNOME Quick start )

Gives a short introduction to the GNOME desktop and some key applications running on it.

Novell AppArmor Quick Start

Helps you understand the main concepts behind Novell® AppArmor.

Find HTML versions of most openSUSE manuals in your installed system under /usr/share/doc/manual or in the help centers of your desktop. Find the latest documentation updates at https://www.novell.com/documentation where you can download PDF or HTML versions of the manuals for your product.

For information where to find the books on your installation media, refer to the Release Notes of this product. The Release Notes are available from your installed system under /usr/share/doc/release-notes/ or in the help centers of your KDE or GNOME desktop.

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