Red Hat Linux 9

 

A personal desktop installation, including a graphical desktop environment, requires at least 1.7GB of free space. Choosing both the GNOME and KDE desktop environments requires at least 1.8GB of free disk space.

A workstation installation, including a graphical desktop environment and software development tools, requires at least 2.1GB of free space. Choosing both the GNOME and KDE desktop environments requires at least 2.2GB of free disk space.

A server installation requires 850MB for a minimal installation without X (the graphical environment), at least 1.5GB of free space if all package groups other than X are installed, and at least 5.0GB to install all packages including the GNOME and KDE desktop environments.

Prompt Commands: Similar like Unix

  1. Linux is case sensitive
  2. /usr/share/doc contains additional documentation for packages installed on your system.
  3. cat testfile : view the contents of a file, named testfile, in the current working directory.
  4. .bashrc file in your home directory contains bash shell definitions and aliases for your own use.
  5. /etc/fstab file contains information about different system devices and filesystems.
  6. webalizer RPM if you want to use a Web server log file analysis program.
  7.     $ ls : ls command to display the contents of a directory:
  8. prompt : $, #:

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