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From installation to networking--an indispensable resource for using Linux on a laptop With Linux skyrocketing in popularity and industry leaders such as Dell, Compaq, IBM, and Hewlett-Packard beginning to pre-load and support it on their machines, there's a growing need for guidance on the unique installation, configuration, and management issues facing the portable Linux user. In this book, industry expert Douglas Dickerson explores applications, emulators, security issues, and strategies for working with Linux in the Microsoft-dominated laptop environment. Using extensive examples, Dickerson provides all the information IT managers, users, and tech support staff need to develop and implement solutions, including how to connect laptops to the Internet and enterprise networks, collaborate with co-workers, discover workarounds when emulators don't work, and much more.
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