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Index: C

-c flag, checking script syntax with: 15.3. Debugging Tools (CGI Programming with Perl)
C- commands, Emacs: 10.4.1. Control-Key Sequences (Linux in a Nutshell)
C-s command (Emacs): 10.2. Typical Problems (Linux in a Nutshell)
C API connection process: 11.1. Basic Connectivity (MySQL & mSQL)
C, C++ languages: 1.5.4. Programming Languages and Utilities (Running Linux)
13.1. Programming with gcc (Running Linux)
13.1.8. Using C++ (Running Linux)
compiler: 13.1. Programming with gcc (Running Linux)
shared libraries: 13.1.7.1. Creating shared libraries (Running Linux)
compiler, uprading: 7.2.2. Upgrading the Compiler (Running Linux)
\c command: 17.1. MySQL Utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
c command (sed): 12.5. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
C compiler: 21.1. Installation (MySQL & mSQL)
-c flag (httpd/apache): 2.2. Apache's Flags (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
C language
code in GD module, compiling with gd: 13.3.1. Installation (CGI Programming with Perl)
code in perl modules, compiling problems: B.1.1. Installing Modules (CGI Programming with Perl)
cpp preprocessor: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
debugging: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
expat library: 14.4. Writing an XML Parser (CGI Programming with Perl)
gcc compiler: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
C mode (Emacs): 9.2.7. Running Commands and Programming Within Emacs (Running Linux)
C++ programs
APIs: 13.1. The Two APIs (MySQL & mSQL)
mSQL and: 5.6.2.4. Programming interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
object-oriented database access: 13.2. Object-oriented Database Access in C++ (MySQL & mSQL)
cables: 3.3.2.3. Problems with SCSI controllers and devices (Running Linux)
CacheDefaultExpire directive: 9.2.6. CacheDefaultExpire (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheDirLength directive: 9.2.7. CacheDirLevels and CacheDirLength (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheDirLevels directive: 9.2.7. CacheDirLevels and CacheDirLength (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CachedKids attribute: A.5. Attributes Common to All Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
CacheGcInterval directive: 9.2.3. CacheGcInterval (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheLastModifiedFactor directive: 9.2.5. CacheLastModifiedFactor (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheMaxExpire directive: 9.2.4. CacheMaxExpire (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheNegotiatedDocs directive: 9.2.8. CacheNegotiatedDocs (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheRoot directive: 9.2.1. CacheRoot (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CacheSize directive: 9.2.2. CacheSize (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
caching
compiled versions of code
Apache::PerlRun module and: 17.3.2. mod_perl Considerations (CGI Programming with Perl)
Apache::Registry module and: 17.3.2. mod_perl Considerations (CGI Programming with Perl)
DB_CACHE constant: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
disabling with header method: 11.3.2. Testing for Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
discouraging with Expires header: 13.2.1. An Example (CGI Programming with Perl)
image hijacking and: 3.4.3. Restricting Image Hijacking (CGI Programming with Perl)
index, specifying size for: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
intermediate proxies, problems with clearing: 2.5.2. Caching (CGI Programming with Perl)
output, CGI scripts: 5.3.1.3. Caching (CGI Programming with Perl)
requests and responses (HTTP)
addressing problems with: 2.4.2.5. ETag (CGI Programming with Perl)
proxies and: 2.5. Proxies (CGI Programming with Perl)
2.5.2. Caching (CGI Programming with Perl)
caching data: 9.2. Caching (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
configuring: 9.3. Setup (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
SSL global session cache: 13.6.6. The Global Session Cache (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cal command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
calculator window (KDE): 11.3.2. Using KDE (Running Linux)
calendar: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Call Level Interface: 7.1. ODBC--Embraced and Extended (Programming the Perl DBI)
call stack: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
CallableStatement interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
call_exec( ): 14.6.7. Process and CGI Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
calls program: 14.2.2. Profiling and Performance Tools (Running Linux)
"Can only generate PEM output from PEM input" error: 13.6.7. Site.SSL (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cancel( ): A.8.2. Signal Handling and Canceling Operations (Programming the Perl DBI)
cancel( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
cancel command: 9.5. Printing (Running Linux)
cancelRowUpdates( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
can_exec( ): 14.6.13. User and Group Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
"Cannot Access Memory At Address..." error: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
"cannot determine local hostname": 2.4.2. Running Apache Under Unix (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Canvas engine for GNOME: B.5.1.4. The Canvas/Libart engines (Running Linux)
capitalization (see case)
CGI.pm method names: 5.2.1.1. Accept (CGI Programming with Perl)
coding style guide, covering in: 16.2. Coding Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
capplets, GNOME: 15.4. The GNOME Control Center (Linux in a Nutshell)
cardctl command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cardinality: 2.2.3. Relationships (MySQL & mSQL)
cardmgr command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Carp module (see CGI\\Carp module)
carriage return and newline sequence (CRLF)
differences in operating systems: 3.3.1.1. Outputting documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTTP headers: 2.2.2. HTTP Headers (CGI Programming with Perl)
carriage-return characters: 8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware (Running Linux)
8.4.7. Print Filters (Running Linux)
carriage returns and line feeds (CRLF): 1.4. What the Client Does (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Cartesian Product: 3.3.3. Queries over Multiple Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
CAs (certificate authorities): 13.3.1. Certificates (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cascading delete mechanisms: 3.4.2. Deleting Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
cascading menus, fvwm2: 17.5. A Quick Tour of the fvwm Environment (Linux in a Nutshell)
case (capitalization)
converting: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Emacs commands for: 10.3.7. Capitalization Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
case command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
case sensitivity: 4.1. Logging In (Running Linux)
12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba (Running Linux)
case-insensitive indexes: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
case-insensitive searches: 12.1. Searching One by One (CGI Programming with Perl)
forcing for fgrep with -il options: 12.1. Searching One by One (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI.pm and Perl methods: 5.3.3. Standard HTML Elements (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTML: 9.2. HTML Forms (MySQL & mSQL)
HTTP header fields: 2.2.2. HTTP Headers (CGI Programming with Perl)
JavaScript variables: 7.4.1. Bookmarklet Basics (CGI Programming with Perl)
keywords: 6.1.2. The Design of SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
MySQL: 4.4.1.1. Database creation (MySQL & mSQL)
request methods: 2.3.1. The Request Line (CGI Programming with Perl)
cat command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.4.3. Viewing Files, More or Less (Running Linux)
8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware (Running Linux)
catalog page, shopping cart example: 11.2. Hidden Fields (CGI Programming with Perl)
cc command (see gcc compiler)
Cc field (carbon-copy), email messages: 9.3. Structure of Internet Email (CGI Programming with Perl)
cd command: 4.4.1. Directories (Running Linux)
cd command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cd command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cd command (ex): 11.13. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CD-R drives: 1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage (Running Linux)
CD-ROM drives: 1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage (Running Linux)
Alpha systems with: C.3. Identifying Your Alpha System (Running Linux)
drivers: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel (Running Linux)
CD-ROM with this book: 0.2. The Demonstration CD-ROM (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
0.3. Conventions Used in This Book (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cdm206= parameter (linux): 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
CDplayer program: 1.5.10. Other Applications (Running Linux)
/cdrom directory: 6.1.2. Mounting Filesystems (Running Linux)
cdrom service: 12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba (Running Linux)
cdu31a= parameter (linux): 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
ceil( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
CEILING( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
centering, Emacs commands for: 10.3.14. Centering Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CERN metafiles: 3.14. CERN Metafiles (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
certificates: 13.3.1. Certificates (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
exporting to CGIs: 13.9.1. SSLExportClientCertificates (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
testing: 13.6.5. Make a Test Certificate (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
certificates (server and browser), information about: 3.2.1. CGI Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
cfdisk command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cfg_getline( ): 14.6.17. Configuration Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CGI
command line parameters: 9.3.2. Command Line (MySQL & mSQL)
databases and: 9.5. CGI and Databases (MySQL & mSQL)
datashow.cgi: 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
definition: 9.1. What Is CGI? (MySQL & mSQL)
example: 9.3.1. Environment Variables (MySQL & mSQL)
information resources: 9.4.3. Further Reading (MySQL & mSQL)
security: 9.4.2. Security (MySQL & mSQL)
specification: 9.3. The CGI Specification (MySQL & mSQL)
standard output: 9.3.6. Standard Output (MySQL & mSQL)
tabledump.cgi: 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
tableshow.cgi: 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
1.1. How Does Apache Work? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
4.2. Writing and Executing Scripts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
1. Getting Started (CGI Programming with Perl)
3. The Common Gateway Interface (CGI Programming with Perl)
actions and: 4.9. Actions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
advantages over alternative technologies: 1.3.2. Alternatives to CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
Alias directive and: 8. Redirection (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
alternatives to: 1.3.2. Alternatives to CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
Apache directives for: 4.3. Script Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Apache handlers for: 4.8. Handlers (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
API functions for: 14.6.7. Process and CGI Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
applications (see programs, CGI)
disallowing execution while enabling exec command: 6.2.1. Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
e-commerce, use in: 1.1.1. How CGI Is Used Today (CGI Programming with Perl)
environment: 3. The Common Gateway Interface (CGI Programming with Perl)
environment variables: 4.6. Setting Environment Variables (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
3.2. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
less common CGI environment variables: 3.2.1. CGI Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
standard CGI environment variables: 3.2.1. CGI Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
executing scripts as includes: 10. Server-Side Includes (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
10.4. Execute CGI (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
forms and: 4. Forms and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
decoding form input: 4.3. Decoding Form Input (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTML tags: 4.2. Form Tags (CGI Programming with Perl)
sending data to server: 4.1. Sending Data to the Server (CGI Programming with Perl)
headers: 4.2. Writing and Executing Scripts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
history: 1.1. History (CGI Programming with Perl)
Mason module and: 6.5. Mason (CGI Programming with Perl)
middleware: 14. Middleware and XML (CGI Programming with Perl)
communicating with other servers: 14.1. Communicating with Other Servers (CGI Programming with Perl)
consolidating databases other than on Internet: 14. Middleware and XML (CGI Programming with Perl)
modules to improve performance: 12.4. Faster CGI Programs (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
NCSA Common Gateway Interface specification: A.4. Other Specifications (CGI Programming with Perl)
output
SSI parsing of: 6.2. Server Side Includes (CGI Programming with Perl)
output to shells: 13.2. Apache's Security Precautions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Perl language, advantages of using: 1.3. Alternative Technologies (CGI Programming with Perl)
PUT and DELETE methods, not using: 2.3.1.1. PUT and DELETE (CGI Programming with Perl)
script location: 4.2.1. Script in cgi-bin (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
scripts: 16.1.5.2. Writing the CGI script (Running Linux)
1.2. Perl (Programming the Perl DBI)
SSL and: 13.9. SSL and CGI (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
suEXEC wrapper (Unix): 4.7. suEXEC on Unix (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
useful scripts: 4.4. Useful Scripts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
web server configuration: 1.4. Web Server Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
cgi-bin directory: 1.1. How Does Apache Work? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
4.2.1. Script in cgi-bin (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
1.2. Introduction to CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
9.3. The CGI Specification (MySQL & mSQL)
12.2.2. Installation (MySQL & mSQL)
cgi path in URL vs.: 1.4.1.1. Configuring by directory (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI interfaces: 4.5.2.2. CGI interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
cgi option (exec command): 10. Server-Side Includes (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
10.4. Execute CGI (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cgi path in URL: 1.4.1.1. Configuring by directory (CGI Programming with Perl)
cgi-script handler: 4.8. Handlers (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
16.1.5.2. Writing the CGI script (Running Linux)
1.2. Perl (Programming the Perl DBI)
$CGI variable: 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
determining flow of control through CGI script: 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGIBook::Error module, creating (example): 5.5.4. Custom Module (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGIBook::UserTracker module: 11.1. Query Strings and Extra Path Information (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI::Carp module: 14.5. CGI Gateway to XML Middleware (CGI Programming with Perl)
set_message: 5.5.2. CGI::Carp (CGI Programming with Perl)
trapping fatal calls and redirecting messages to browser: 15.2.4. Trap die (CGI Programming with Perl)
using with fatalsToBrowser: 6.4.5.1. Embperl handler (CGI Programming with Perl)
cgi_encode function: 10.3. Msql.pm (MySQL & mSQL)
cgi_error method: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI::Fast module: 17.2. FastCGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
$CGI::HEADERS_ONCE variable: 5.5.3. Error Subroutines (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI.pm module: 5. CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
14.5. CGI Gateway to XML Middleware (CGI Programming with Perl)
10.4. MysqlPerl (MySQL & mSQL)
automatic prompt for form values, versions without: 15.3.3. Running Scripts from the Command Line (CGI Programming with Perl)
editing to use POST and query strings together: 5.2.2.2. POST and the query string (CGI Programming with Perl)
file uploads, disabling: 5.1.1. Denial of Service Attacks (CGI Programming with Perl)
form parameters, prompting for: 15.3.3. Running Scripts from the Command Line (CGI Programming with Perl)
functions of: 5.1.2. The Kitchen Sink (CGI Programming with Perl)
$HEADERS_ONCE variable: 5.5.3. Error Subroutines (CGI Programming with Perl)
input, handling with: 5.2. Handling Input with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
Mason module vs.: 6.5.1. A Component Approach (CGI Programming with Perl)
output, generating with: 5.3. Generating Output with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
raw_cookie method: 11.3.1. Setting Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
script_name method: 14.5. CGI Gateway to XML Middleware (CGI Programming with Perl)
standard and object-oriented syntax: 5.1.3. Standard and Object-Oriented Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
$CGI::POST_MAX: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
limiting user shopping carts with: 11.2. Hidden Fields (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI::Pretty module: 5.3.3. Standard HTML Elements (CGI Programming with Perl)
chained records, traversing: 2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
chains (rule sets): 2.4. Overview of Firewalls and Masquerading (Linux in a Nutshell)
ipchains and: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
iptables and: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
change command (ex): 11.13. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol): 15.2.1.3.5. PAP and CHAP (Running Linux)
CHAR( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
CHAR BINARY datatype: 6.3.3. Binary Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
CHAR character datatype: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.7. Statement Handle Attributes or Statement Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
CHAR datatype: 5.2. mSQL Versions (MySQL & mSQL)
6.3. SQL Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
6.3.2.1. Variable-length character fields in MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
character columns: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
character data, XML elements: 14.3. Document Type Definition (CGI Programming with Perl)
character datatype: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
character devices: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel (Running Linux)
character sets
content negotiation and: 2.6. Content Negotiation (CGI Programming with Perl)
internationalization in content negotiation: 2.6.2. Internationalization (CGI Programming with Perl)
character types: 6.3.2. Character Types (MySQL & mSQL)
CHARACTER_LENGTH( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
characters
allowed in URLs: 2.1.3. URL Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
converting hexadecimal values to (chr function): 2.1.3. URL Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
counting in file: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
encoded, Authorization field: 2.3.2.4. Authorization (CGI Programming with Perl)
keyboard repeat speed: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
metacharacters (see metacharacters)
nonalphanumeric (parameters names), changing to underscores: 5.2.3. Exporting Parameters to a Namespace (CGI Programming with Perl)
password fields, representing with asterisks or bullets: 4.2.3.2. Password fields (CGI Programming with Perl)
required encoding in URLs: 2.1.3. URL Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
special (see special characters)
special Emacs shell mode: 10.3.12. Special Shell Mode Characters (Linux in a Nutshell)
special meanings in shells: 8.2.2. User Input and the Shell (CGI Programming with Perl)
translating between strings: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
underlining: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
URL-encoded: 4.3. Decoding Form Input (CGI Programming with Perl)
CHAR_LENGTH( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
Chart::PNGgraph module: 13.4.2. GD::Graph (CGI Programming with Perl)
charts: 13.4.3. GD::Graph3D (CGI Programming with Perl)
(see also graphs)
creating with GD::Graph modules: 13.4.2. GD::Graph (CGI Programming with Perl)
three-dimensional, generating with GD::Graph3D: 13.4.3. GD::Graph3D (CGI Programming with Perl)
chat utility: 15.2.1.1. Requirements (Running Linux)
15.2.1.3.1. Writing a chat script (Running Linux)
chattr command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
chdir( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
chdir command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
chdir_file( ): 14.6.12. Path, Filename, and URL Manipulation Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CHECK operation: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
check option (mount): 12.1.1. Mounting DOS, VFAT, and NTFS Partitions (Running Linux)
checkboxes: 4.2.3.4. Checkboxes (CGI Programming with Perl)
CHECKED attribute: 4.2.3.4. Checkboxes (CGI Programming with Perl)
radio buttons: 4.2.3.5. Radio buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
Checker package: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
14.2.5. Using Checker (Running Linux)
checking filesystems: 6.1.5. Checking and Repairing Filesystems (Running Linux)
checking form data with JavaScript: 7.2.1.1. Validating elements (CGI Programming with Perl)
7.2.1.2. Validating submits (CGI Programming with Perl)
7.2.1.3. Validation example (CGI Programming with Perl)
7.2.1.3. Validation example (CGI Programming with Perl)
checking in files (see revision control)
checking permissions, CGI programs: 15.1.1. Application Permissions (CGI Programming with Perl)
checking server error logs: 15.3.2. Check Error Logs (CGI Programming with Perl)
checking spelling: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
checking status of system calls, error prevention and: 15.2.2. Check Status of System Calls (CGI Programming with Perl)
Checkin.prog file (CVS): 14.4.4.3. CVS directories (Linux in a Nutshell)
check_input, problems using with mod_perl: 17.3.2. mod_perl Considerations (CGI Programming with Perl)
checkout command (CVS): 14.4.7.3. checkout (Linux in a Nutshell)
checkout page, shopping cart example: 11.2. Hidden Fields (CGI Programming with Perl)
checkoutlist file (CVS): 14.3.3.2. The checkoutlist file (Linux in a Nutshell)
check_referer.cgi script (example): 3.4.3. Restricting Image Hijacking (CGI Programming with Perl)
CheckSpelling directive: 8.9. Speling (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
12.10. Miscellaneous (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
checksum, calculating: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
checksums, entity tags and: 2.4.2.5. ETag (CGI Programming with Perl)
chfn command (NFS/NIS): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
chgrp( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
chgrp command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.14. Changing the Owner, Group, and Permissions (Running Linux)
child_exit( ): 15.3.19. Child Exit (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
child exits: 15.3.19. Child Exit (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
child initialization: 15.3.7. Child Initialization (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
child processes
creating with pipe connected: 8.2.4. fork and exec (CGI Programming with Perl)
PID, checking: 15.2.3. Is It Open? (CGI Programming with Perl)
child servers, limits on: 3.6.2. MaxRequestsPerChild (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
chimed( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
chipsets, Alpha systems: C.4.2. CPU, Support Chipset, Board, and System Identification (Running Linux)
chipsets, X Window System and: 10.2. Hardware Requirements (Running Linux)
chmod( ) function: 18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
2.4.4. Unix Permissions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
15.1.1. Application Permissions (CGI Programming with Perl)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.3.4.4. Problems using the system (Running Linux)
4.14. Changing the Owner, Group, and Permissions (Running Linux)
chop( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
ChopBlanks attribute: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.5. Attributes Common to All Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
chown( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.14. Changing the Owner, Group, and Permissions (Running Linux)
5.7.7. Modifying User Accounts (Running Linux)
chpasswd command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
chr( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
chroot command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CHRP platform: D.1.1. Other PowerPC Platforms (Running Linux)
chsh command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.5. Shells (Running Linux)
ci command: 14.2.7. Revision Control Tools--RCS (Running Linux)
14.2.7. Revision Control Tools--RCS (Running Linux)
ci command (CVS) (see com|commit commands (CVS))
ci command (RCS): 14.7. Basic RCS Operations (Linux in a Nutshell)
14.9. Alphabetical Summary of RCS Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cipher mechanism: 8.2.2.3. Ciphers (Programming the Perl DBI)
cipher suites: 13.8. Cipher Suites (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
circular imagemap hotspots: 7.3.4. HTML File (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
circumflex (^): 4.6. Useful Keys and How to Get Them to Work (Running Linux)
9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.6. Useful Keys and How to Get Them to Work (Running Linux)
9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
cksum command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
classes of networks: 1.2. What to Know About TCP/IP (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
classifying files by type: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CLASSPATH environment variable: 13.6.3. A Working Example of Java (Running Linux)
cleaning up database applications: 13.2.3.2. Cleaning up and row count (MySQL & mSQL)
14.2.1. Error Handling and Clean Up (MySQL & mSQL)
cleanup_for_exec( ): 14.6.4. Cleanup Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cleanups, API functions for: 14.6.4. Cleanup Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
clear command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
17.1. MySQL Utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
/clear dbish command: 8.1.2. Handling Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
clearBatch( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
clearParameters( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
clear_pool( ): 14.6.1. Pool Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
clearstack( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
clearstatcache( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
clearWarnings( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
ClickToFocus policy (fvwm2): 17.6. Specifying Click-to-Type Focus (Linux in a Nutshell)
autoraise feature and: 17.7. Raising the Focus Window Automatically (Linux in a Nutshell)
client browsers (see web browsers)
client configuration files: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
client programs, database proxying: 8.2. Database Proxying (Programming the Perl DBI)
client, X (see X Window System)
clients: 1.4. What the Client Does (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
content negotiation, performing: 2.6. Content Negotiation (CGI Programming with Perl)
creating fully configurable in Perl: 14.1.3. LWP (CGI Programming with Perl)
forbidding access to requested resources: 3.3.1.3. Specifying status codes (CGI Programming with Perl)
identifying: 2.5.1. Identifying Clients (CGI Programming with Perl)
requests: 11. Maintaining State (CGI Programming with Perl)
semi-automonous (JavaScript-enabled web pages): 7.3. Data Exchange (CGI Programming with Perl)
validating data from: 7.2.1.4. Validating twice (CGI Programming with Perl)
client/server architecture: 5.1. Design (MySQL & mSQL)
8.1. The Client/Server Architecture (MySQL & mSQL)
client/server, communication between: 14.1. Communicating with Other Servers (CGI Programming with Perl)
CLISP: 13.7. Other Languages (Running Linux)
CLOB (binary large object) datatype: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
Clob interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
ClockChip command: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information (Running Linux)
clocks: 2.1.1. Clocks (Linux in a Nutshell)
11.4.6. Clocks (Running Linux)
dot: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information (Running Linux)
close( ) function: 18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
close( ) method: 13.2.3.2. Cleaning up and row count (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
close command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
closedir( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
closelog( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
close_unused_listeners( ): 14.1. Pools (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
closing tags
CGI.pm methods, automatic generation of: 5.3. Generating Output with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTML elements not having: 5.3.3. Standard HTML Elements (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTML::Template commands: 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
cmd option (exec command): 10. Server-Side Includes (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
10.4. Execute CGI (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cmd_how structure: 15.3.5. Command Table (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cmd_parms structure: 15.3.5. Command Table (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cmp command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
co command: 14.2.7. Revision Control Tools--RCS (Running Linux)
co command (CVS) (see checkout command (CVS))
co command (RCS): 14.7. Basic RCS Operations (Linux in a Nutshell)
14.9. Alphabetical Summary of RCS Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Codd, E.F.: 2.2. Normalization (MySQL & mSQL)
6.1.1. The SQL Story (MySQL & mSQL)
code
blocks of, enclosing with bracket pairs in Embperl: 6.4.2.1. Embperl code blocks (CGI Programming with Perl)
coding guidelines, CGI programs: 16.2. Coding Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
debugging (see debugging)
encoding text for URLs: 2.1.3. URL Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
indenting: 14.2.10. Indenting Code (Running Linux)
languages (see programming languages)
optimizing: 13.1.2. gcc Features (Running Linux)
13.1.5. Optimizing (Running Linux)
14.1.1. Tracing a Program (Running Linux)
Perl, techniques for avoiding bugs: 15.2. Perl Coding Techniques (CGI Programming with Perl)
code reuse: 8.4. The Three-tier Architecture (MySQL & mSQL)
code snapshots, importing: 14.3.5.1. Importing code snapshots (Linux in a Nutshell)
Coherent filesystem: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types (Running Linux)
col command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
col text filter: 9.5. Printing (Running Linux)
colcrt command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
colcrt text filter: 9.5. Printing (Running Linux)
ColdFusion language: 1.3.2. Alternatives to CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
collecting data (forms): 4. Forms and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
: (colon)
bash shell command: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
csh/tcsh command: 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
sed command: 12.5. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
colon-separated list of file ids for index words: 12.3.1. Search Application (CGI Programming with Perl)
color schemes, KDE: 16.3.2.3. Colors (Linux in a Nutshell)
color, support by image file formats: 13.1.1. GIF (CGI Programming with Perl)
color variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
colors
Emacs and: 11.4.7. Emacs (Running Linux)
11.4.7. Emacs (Running Linux)
fvwm and: 11.2.1. Configuring fvwm (Running Linux)
KDE desktop background: 11.3.2. Using KDE (Running Linux)
KDE window contents: 11.3.2. Using KDE (Running Linux)
virtual consoles: 8.5. Setting Terminal Attributes (Running Linux)
colrm command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
column command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
column names, aliasing: 5.1.3. Fetching Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
columns
deleting: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
formatting input into: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
merging text lines into: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
COLUMNS attribute: 4.2.5. The <TEXTAREA> Tag (CGI Programming with Perl)
com|commit commands (CVS): 14.4.7.4. commit (Linux in a Nutshell)
combine utility (ImageMagick): 9.4.1. ImageMagick (Running Linux)
comm command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
comma-delimited flat text file: 10.4.1. Using DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
command command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
command history: 8.6. Command History (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.7.2. Moving Around Among Commands (Running Linux)
command line
arguments, reference to hash of: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI scripts, running from: 15.3.3. Running Scripts from the Command Line (CGI Programming with Perl)
checking Perl syntax for errors from: 15.1.4. "Malformed" Header (CGI Programming with Perl)
debugger (Perl), using from: 15.3.5.1. The Perl debugger (CGI Programming with Perl)
ex editor options: 11.3. ex Command-Line Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
gawk language syntax: 13.2. Command-Line Syntax (Linux in a Nutshell)
options, sendmail: 9.4.1. Command-Line Options (CGI Programming with Perl)
options, handling with Getopt::Long module: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
processing arguments on: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
sed editor syntax: 12.2. Command-Line Syntax (Linux in a Nutshell)
vi editor options: 11.2. vi Command-Line Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
command-line editing: 4.7. Typing Shortcuts (Running Linux)
bash commands for: 7.3.3. Command-line Editing (Linux in a Nutshell)
csh/tcsh commands for: 8.7.5. Command-Line Editing with tcsh (Linux in a Nutshell)
command-line variables, MySQL: 16.1.2. Command line variables (MySQL & mSQL)
command mode (vi): 11.1.1. Command Mode (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.1.2. Inserting Text and Moving Around (Running Linux)
list of keys: 11.11. Alphabetical List of Keys in Command Mode (Linux in a Nutshell)
command substitution (csh/tcsh): 8.6.1. Command Substitution (Linux in a Nutshell)
command table: 15.3.5. Command Table (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
command variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
command_rec structure: 15.3.5. Command Table (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
commands: 1.2.1. Sample CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
1.5.1. Basic Commands and Utilities (Running Linux)
accepting, forms: 4. Forms and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
aliases for: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
apachectl command (Apache server): 1.4. Web Server Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
bash shell: 7.3.5. Command Forms (Linux in a Nutshell)
7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
chmod (change mode): 15.1.1. Application Permissions (CGI Programming with Perl)
completion (see completion)
csh and tcsh: 8.3.4. Command Forms (Linux in a Nutshell)
8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVS administrator: 14.3.8. Administrator Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVS user: 14.4.7. User Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Debian Package Manager: 5.2.5. Debian Package Manager Command Summary (Linux in a Nutshell)
debugging CGI scripts, summary of basic: 15.3.5.1. The Perl debugger (CGI Programming with Perl)
Emacs: 10.2.3. Absolutely Essential Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
ex editor: 11.12. Syntax of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
executable files, creating on Unix: 1.2.2. Invoking CGI Scripts (CGI Programming with Perl)
executing
after hangup: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
from standard input: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
on remote hosts: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
FTP: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
gawk language: 13.7. Group Listing of gawk Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
gdb (GNU debugger): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
HTML::Template: 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
summary of: 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
Linux: 1.3. Commands on Linux (Linux in a Nutshell)
list of basic: 1.6. Beginner's Guide (Linux in a Nutshell)
locating perl, Unix systems: 15.1.2. The Pound-Bang (CGI Programming with Perl)
mail: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
MySQL server status: 4.4.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
NIS: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
nslookup utility: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
ScriptAlias: 1.4.1.1. Configuring by directory (CGI Programming with Perl)
searching for: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
sed editor: 12.3. Syntax of sed Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
shell: 6.3. Common Features (Linux in a Nutshell)
shell, vi and: 9.1.9. Running Shell Commands (Running Linux)
SSI: 6.2. Server Side Includes (CGI Programming with Perl)
syntax: 6.2.2. Format (CGI Programming with Perl)
startup, in rc files: 5.3.3. rc files (Running Linux)
system
checking status for error prevention: 15.2.2. Check Status of System Calls (CGI Programming with Perl)
grep command: 17.1.8. Avoid the Shell (CGI Programming with Perl)
open command: 15.2.2. Check Status of System Calls (CGI Programming with Perl)
uptime command (Unix): 13.3.2. Using GD (CGI Programming with Perl)
system administration: 2.1. Common Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
TCP/IP administration: 2.2.1. TCP/IP Administration (Linux in a Nutshell)
telnet: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
TFTP: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
troubleshooting TCP/IP: 2.3.5. Troubleshooting TCP/IP (Linux in a Nutshell)
Unix, popular: 4.4. Popular Commands (Running Linux)
vi editor syntax: 11.1.3. Syntax of vi Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
commas, using as delimiters: 10.1.4. Delimiters (CGI Programming with Perl)
comments
for bookmarklets: 7.4.2. Bookmarklets and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
bracket pairs, enclosing in Embperl: 6.4.2.1. Embperl code blocks (CGI Programming with Perl)
code, developing guidelines for: 16.2. Coding Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
comment tags, inserting around style sheet code: 5.3.2.1. start_html (CGI Programming with Perl)
in Emacs: 9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs (Running Linux)
in email addresses: 9.2.1. Validating Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTML::Template commands, formatting as: 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
preceding with # (Apache server): 1.4.1.2. Configuring by extension (CGI Programming with Perl)
Texinfo: 9.3.3.1. Writing the Texinfo source (Running Linux)
comments in Configuration file: 1.8.2. Semimanual Method (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
1.8.4. Configuration Settings and Rules (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
comments, special characters for: 16.1.3. The MySQL Configuration File (MySQL & mSQL)
comments.cgi script (example): 7.4.2. Bookmarklets and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
commercial development: 1.7. Open Source and the Philosophy of Linux (Running Linux)
commercial Linux applications: 1.5.3. Commercial Applications (Running Linux)
commit( ): 4.4.2. Disconnection (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.6.1. Database Handle Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
transaction handling: 6.3.1. Automatic Transaction Handling (Programming the Perl DBI)
commit( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
commitinfo file (CVS): 14.3.3.3. The commitinfo file (Linux in a Nutshell)
14.3.3.3. The commitinfo file (Linux in a Nutshell)
(see also loginfo file)
committing data: 6.3. Transactions, Locking, and Isolation (Programming the Perl DBI)
Common Gateway Interface (see CGI)
communicating with other servers: 14.1. Communicating with Other Servers (CGI Programming with Perl)
sockets: 14.1.1. Sockets (CGI Programming with Perl)
communication commands: 1.6.1. Communication (Linux in a Nutshell)
communications (see telecommunications)
commute time (example)
mixed graph of sample daily: 13.4.2. GD::Graph (CGI Programming with Perl)
pie chart of sample daily: 13.4.2. GD::Graph (CGI Programming with Perl)
outputting JPEG if browser doesn't support PNG: 13.5.2. Converting PNGs to GIFs or JPEGs (CGI Programming with Perl)
compact option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
Compaq Alpha (see Alpha systems)
Compaq Portable Math Library (CPML): C.7.2. Performance and Library Tuning (Running Linux)
comparing files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
comparison commands: 1.6.2. Comparisons (Linux in a Nutshell)
comparison operators: 3.3.2. Queries and Condition Clauses (Programming the Perl DBI)
compatibility with browsers
JavaScript bookmarklets: 7.4.1.1. Compatibility (CGI Programming with Perl)
JavaScript problems with: 7.1.2. Compatibility (CGI Programming with Perl)
CompatMode attribute: A.5. Attributes Common to All Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
compilation, combining with execution in perl: 1.3.1. Why Perl? (CGI Programming with Perl)
compiler, C (see gcc)
compiler, Java: 13.6.2. Getting Java for Linux (Running Linux)
13.6.3. A Working Example of Java (Running Linux)
compiling Apache
under Unix (making): 1.8.5. Making Apache (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
under Win32: 1.9.1. Compiling Apache Under Win32 (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
compiling C source files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
compiling within Emacs: 9.2.7. Running Commands and Programming Within Emacs (Running Linux)
complete command (tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
complete (non-parsed) headers: Headers (CGI Programming with Perl) 3.3.2. Complete (Non-Parsed)
complete variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
completion
bash commands for: 7.3.3. Command-line Editing (Linux in a Nutshell)
csh/tcsh commands for: 8.7.1. Completion (Linux in a Nutshell)
components, Mason module: 6.5. Mason (CGI Programming with Perl)
comp.os.linux.admin: 0.1.3. LinuxUsenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
comp.os.linux.announce: 0.1.3. LinuxUsenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
comp.os.linux.development: 0.1.3. LinuxUsenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
comp.os.linux.help: 0.1.3. LinuxUsenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
comp.os.linux.misc: 0.1.3. LinuxUsenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
comp.os.linux.networking: 0.1.3. LinuxUsenet Newsgroups (Linux in a Nutshell)
Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN): 21.1. Installation (MySQL & mSQL)
compress command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
compression: 7.1. Archive and Compression Utilities (Running Linux)
8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip? (Running Linux)
8.6.3. Restoring Files from Backup (Running Linux)
bzip2 utility: 7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2 (Running Linux)
compress program: 7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2 (Running Linux)
encoding: 2.6.3. Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
GIF image files: 13.1.1. GIF (CGI Programming with Perl)
gzip utility: 7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2 (Running Linux)
tar utility with: 7.1.3. Using tar with gzip (Running Linux)
image file formats: 3.4.1. Check the Client Browser (CGI Programming with Perl)
log files: 8.3. Managing System Logs (Running Linux)
lossy, use in JPEG: 13.1.3. JPEG (CGI Programming with Perl)
PNG images: 13.1.2. PNG (CGI Programming with Perl)
compression, data: 8.2.2.2. Compression (Programming the Perl DBI)
compression, file
bzip2 command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
changing .Z files to .gz: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
compress command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
gzexe command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
uncompress command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
zcat command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Compress::Zlib module: 8.2.2.2. Compression (Programming the Perl DBI)
CompuServe, creation of GIF image file format: 13.1.1. GIF (CGI Programming with Perl)
CompuServe, obtaining Linux from: 2.1.3. Getting Linux from Other Online Sources (Running Linux)
computer graphics (see graphics)
$COMSPEC environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
CONCAT( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
concept index: 9.3.3.1. Writing the Texinfo source (Running Linux)
9.3.3.1. Writing the Texinfo source (Running Linux)
Concurrent Version System (CVS): 14.2.8. Revision Control Tools--CVS (Running Linux)
over Internet: 14.2.8.3. CVS over the Internet (Running Linux)
Concurrent Versions System (see CVS utility)
condition clauses: 3.3.2. Queries and Condition Clauses (Programming the Perl DBI)
conditional expressions: 7.4.1. Variable Substitution (Linux in a Nutshell)
conditional URL rewriting: 8.8.6. RewriteCond (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
conditionals, creating in HTML::Template: 6.3.1.2. Conditionals (CGI Programming with Perl)
conditions, specifying for .procmailrc file: 9.7.1. Autoreply from nobody (CGI Programming with Perl)
conf directory: 1.1. How Does Apache Work? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
2.1. What Is a Web Site? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
specifying location of: 3.4.8. ServerRoot (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
config command: 10. Server-Side Includes (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
config command (SSI): 6.2.2. Format (CGI Programming with Perl)
6.2.4. Tailoring SSI Output (CGI Programming with Perl)
config file (CVS): 14.3.3.4. The config file (Linux in a Nutshell)
configtest flag (apachect1): 2.4. Setting Up a Unix Server (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
configuration
Apache with mod_perl: 17.3.1. Installation and Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
Apache::Registry: 17.3.1. Installation and Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI scripts, by web servers: 1.2.2. Invoking CGI Scripts (CGI Programming with Perl)
Embperl module: 6.4.1. Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
separation from primary code: 16.1.4. Separate Configuration from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
servers, parsing SSI: 6.2.1. Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
web servers, for CGI and Perl: 1.4. Web Server Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
configuration applications, GNOME: 15.4. The GNOME Control Center (Linux in a Nutshell)
configuration file
mSQL: 5.4.2. The mSQL Configuration File (MySQL & mSQL)
16.2.2. The mSQL Configuration File (MySQL & mSQL)
MySQL: 16.1.3. The MySQL Configuration File (MySQL & mSQL)
configuration file, Apache: 1.8.2. Semimanual Method (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
anonymous access: 5.8. Anonymous Access (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
digest authentication: 5.7. Digest Authentication (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
httpd.conf: 2.4.1. Webuser and Webgroup (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
inetd utility: 1.5. What Happens at the Server End? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
logging: 11.5. Logging the Action (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
overrides: 5.12.1. AllowOverride (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
rewriting example: 8.8.8. A Rewrite Example (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
SSL: 13.6.7. Site.SSL (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
type maps: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
virtual hosting: 3.8.1. Name-Based Virtual Hosts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
configuration files: 8.2.2.1. Access configuration (Programming the Perl DBI)
configuration files, server: 2.3. site.toddle (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
configure (script): 14.2.4. make and imake (Running Linux)
configuring
API functions for: 14.6.17. Configuration Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
DNS: 15.2.1.3.3. Configuring DNS (Running Linux)
Dosemu: 12.2.3. Installing and Configuring Dosemu (Running Linux)
Elm mailer: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation (Running Linux)
fvwm: 11.2.1. Configuring fvwm (Running Linux)
Ghostscript: 8.4.6. Configuring Ghostscript (Running Linux)
information on: 11.4. Server Info (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
14.5. Access to Configuration and Request Information (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
ISDN hardware: 15.3.1. Configuring Your ISDN Hardware (Running Linux)
KDE desktop: 11.3.2. Using KDE (Running Linux)
LILO: 5.2.2.1. The /etc/lilo.conf file (Running Linux)
modules: 14.2. Per-Server Configuration (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
15.3. The Module Structure (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
NET-4: 15.1.3. Configuring TCP/IP with Ethernet (Running Linux)
NFS and NIS: 15.4. NFS and NIS Configuration (Running Linux)
note-taking: 8.6. What to Do in an Emergency (Running Linux)
proxy servers: 9.3. Setup (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Samba: 12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba (Running Linux)
settings and rules: 1.8.4. Configuration Settings and Rules (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
smail: 16.2.1.2. Configuring a Linux-installed smail package (Running Linux)
SSL for Apache: 13.6.1. Get SSLeay (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
TCP/IP with Ethernet: 15.1.3. Configuring TCP/IP with Ethernet (Running Linux)
Unix server: 2.4. Setting Up a Unix Server (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
video cards: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information (Running Linux)
Win32 server: 2.5. Setting Up a Win32 Server (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
World Wide Web server: 16.1.3. Configuring Your Own WWW Server (Running Linux)
XFree86: 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
configuring TCP/IP: 2.3.4.1. ifconfig (Linux in a Nutshell)
ConfigXF86 program: 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
confirmation to user, sent email: 9.4.1. Command-Line Options (CGI Programming with Perl)
conflicts and merging, revision control: 14.1.2. Conflicts and Merging (Linux in a Nutshell)
connect( ): 4.4.1. Connection (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
data source names and: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.2. Connecting with Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver handles and: 4.2.1. Driver Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
error checking: 4.5.1.1. Manual error checking (Programming the Perl DBI)
proxy servers: 8.2.1.2. Connecting to the proxy server (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect( ) method: 11.1. Basic Connectivity (MySQL & mSQL)
13.2.1.1. Connecting to the database (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
Connect command: 4.4.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
/connect dbish command: 8.1.1. Starting Up dbish (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
21.3. Msql.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
21.4. Mysql.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
CONNECT method (HTTP): 4.1.2. What Is an HTTP Method? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CONNECT signal: 15.2.1.3.1. Writing a chat script (Running Linux)
Connect status: 5.5.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
connect_cached( ): A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
connection API, for MySQL: 13.1. The Two APIs (MySQL & mSQL)
Connection class: 13.2.3.2. Cleaning up and row count (MySQL & mSQL)
Connection class header: 13.2.1. The Database Connection (MySQL & mSQL)
Connection, in JDBC: 14.1. What Is JDBC? (MySQL & mSQL)
Connection interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
Connection, MySQL server status: 4.4.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
Connection object: 13.2.1. The Database Connection (MySQL & mSQL)
connection.do( ) method: 20.1. Module: MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
connection.hostname attribute: 20.2. Module: mSQL (MySQL & mSQL)
connection.listdbs( ) method: 20.2. Module: mSQL (MySQL & mSQL)
connection.listtables( ) method: 20.1. Module: MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
20.2. Module: mSQL (MySQL & mSQL)
connection.query( ) method: 20.1. Module: MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
20.2. Module: mSQL (MySQL & mSQL)
connections
to DBI databases: 10.4.1.1. Connecting to DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
server to browser
closing: 11. Maintaining State (CGI Programming with Perl)
staying open across multiple requests: 11. Maintaining State (CGI Programming with Perl)
sockets listening for: 14.1.1. Sockets (CGI Programming with Perl)
connection.selectdb( ) method: 20.1. Module: MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
20.2. Module: mSQL (MySQL & mSQL)
connection.serverinfo attribute: 20.2. Module: mSQL (MySQL & mSQL)
ConNExS: 5.6.2.4. Programming interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
consoles
Alpha system software: C.4.2. CPU, Support Chipset, Board, and System Identification (Running Linux)
drivers: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel (Running Linux)
Linux/SPARC systems: F.4. Installation from a Serial Console (Running Linux)
F.6. Bootable Devices and Consoles (Running Linux)
virtual: 4.3. Virtual Consoles (Running Linux)
5.3.3. rc files (Running Linux)
8.5. Setting Terminal Attributes (Running Linux)
constant module: 17.3.2. mod_perl Considerations (CGI Programming with Perl)
constant-width text: 16.1.4.6. More HTML features (Running Linux)
construct_server( ): 14.6.12. Path, Filename, and URL Manipulation Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
construct_url( ): 14.6.12. Path, Filename, and URL Manipulation Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Content-base field: 2.4.2.1. Content-Base (CGI Programming with Perl)
Content-encoding header: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
content (HTTP messages): 2.2.1. The Request and Response Cycle (CGI Programming with Perl)
separating from header with blank line: 2.2.2. HTTP Headers (CGI Programming with Perl)
Content-language header: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Content-length header: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Content-length headers: 2.3.2.2. Content-Length (CGI Programming with Perl)
2.4.2.2. Content-Length (CGI Programming with Perl)
POST requests and: 3.1.1.1. STDIN (CGI Programming with Perl)
content negotiation: 6.2. Content Negotiation (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
2.6. Content Negotiation (CGI Programming with Perl)
encoding: 2.6.3. Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
internationalization: 2.6.2. Internationalization (CGI Programming with Perl)
media type: 2.6.1. Media Type (CGI Programming with Perl)
2.6.1. Media Type (CGI Programming with Perl)
(see also media types)
Content-type directive: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Content-Type header: 4.2. Writing and Executing Scripts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
4.2. Writing and Executing Scripts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Content-type headers: 2.4.2.3. Content-Type (CGI Programming with Perl)
3.3.1.1. Outputting documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI scripts, returning: 3.3.1. Partial Headers (CGI Programming with Perl)
complete headers, including in: Headers (CGI Programming with Perl) 3.3.2. Complete (Non-Parsed)
error status codes, returning with: 3.3.1.3. Specifying status codes (CGI Programming with Perl)
header method, returning with: 5.3.1.1. Media type (CGI Programming with Perl)
malformed: 15.1.4. "Malformed" Header (CGI Programming with Perl)
media types, specifying in: 2.6.1. Media Type (CGI Programming with Perl)
Content-type HTTP header: 9.3.6. Standard Output (MySQL & mSQL)
content types
Accept method, evaluation of: 5.2.1.1. Accept (CGI Programming with Perl)
files, Mason module and: 6.5.1. A Component Approach (CGI Programming with Perl)
image/jpeg: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
CONTENT_LENGTH environment variable: 9.3.3. Standard Input (MySQL & mSQL)
contents, file (see files)
CONTENT_TYPE environment variable: 9.3.3. Standard Input (MySQL & mSQL)
continue command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
continue command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
continue command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
continue command (gdb): 14.1.6.1. Breakpoints and watchpoints (Running Linux)
Control Center, GNOME (see GNOME, Control Center)
Control Center, KDE (see KDE, Control Center)
control-panel program: 3.2.1. Creating a User Account (Running Linux)
15.1.3.2. The networking rc files (Running Linux)
control structures (Perl), enclosing bracket pairs (Embperl): 6.4.2.1. Embperl code blocks (CGI Programming with Perl)
controller, hard drive: 3.3.2.2. Problems recognizing hard drive or controller (Running Linux)
controllers, SCSI (see SCSI drive controllers)
controlling access (see access control)
CONV( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
conv option (mount): 12.1.1. Mounting DOS, VFAT, and NTFS Partitions (Running Linux)
conversion
c programs, from mSQL to MySQL: 13. C and C++ (MySQL & mSQL)
from one base to another: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
convert utility (ImageMagick): 9.4.1. ImageMagick (Running Linux)
converting PNGs to GIFs or JPEGs: 13.5.2. Converting PNGs to GIFs or JPEGs (CGI Programming with Perl)
converting .Z files to .gz: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Cookie header: 2.3.2.8. Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
11.3.1. Setting Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
11.3.1. Setting Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
CookieExpires directive: 5.10.5. CookieExpires (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CookieLog directive: 5.10.3. CookieLog (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cookies: 5.10.2. Cookies (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
9.4.1. State Retention (MySQL & mSQL)
HTTP_COOKIE environment variable: 3.2.2. Examining Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
maintaining state with: 11.3. Client-Side Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
setting cookies: 11.3.1. Setting Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
testing for: 11.3.2. Testing for Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
restrictions on: 11.3. Client-Side Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
Set-cookie field: 2.4.2.9. Set-Cookie (CGI Programming with Perl)
storing unique identifiers in: 11. Maintaining State (CGI Programming with Perl)
Cookies tab, KDE Control Center: 16.3.1.3. Web browser (Linux in a Nutshell)
cookie_test.cgi scrip (example): 11.3.2. Testing for Cookies (CGI Programming with Perl)
CookieTracking directive: 5.10.4. CookieTracking (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
coordinates, changing for titles of GD images: 13.4.1.1. GD::Text::Align (CGI Programming with Perl)
coprocesses: 7.3.7. Coprocesses (Linux in a Nutshell)
copy command (ex): 11.13. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
copy database newdatabase command: 17.2. mSQL Utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
copy_array( ): 14.6.2. Array Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
copy_array_hdr( ): 14.6.2. Array Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
copying: 9.2.4. Deleting, Copying, and Moving Text (Running Linux)
(see also cutting and pasting)
directory hierarchies with tar: 7.1.4. tar Tricks (Running Linux)
copying files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
file archives: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
copying text, vi commands for: 11.5.2. Changing and Deleting Text (Linux in a Nutshell)
copyleft (see GPL)
copy_listeners( ): 14.1. Pools (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
copyright, Linux: 1.6. About Linux's Copyright (Running Linux)
copyright notice, displaying with image: 3.4.3. Restricting Image Hijacking (CGI Programming with Perl)
copy_table( ): 14.6.3. Table Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CORBA and GNOME: 15. GNOME (Linux in a Nutshell)
CORBA system: B.5.2. The Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) (Running Linux)
core files: 1.4.3. Kernel (Running Linux)
1.5.4. Programming Languages and Utilities (Running Linux)
14.1.1. Tracing a Program (Running Linux)
14.1.1. Tracing a Program (Running Linux)
14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
CoreDumpDirectory directive: 3.4.11. CoreDumpDirectory (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Corel WordPerfect: 1.5.3. Commercial Applications (Running Linux)
9.3.4. Word Processors (Running Linux)
12.1.5. File Translation Utilities (Running Linux)
correct variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
corrupt data: 4.6.1.1. Repairing damaged tables (MySQL & mSQL)
corrupt files: 8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip? (Running Linux)
8.6.2. Accessing Damaged Files (Running Linux)
corrupted files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cos( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
cos command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cost of Linux: 1. Introduction to Linux (Running Linux)
1.3. Who's Using Linux? (Running Linux)
1.6. About Linux's Copyright (Running Linux)
1.8.4. Other Implementations of Unix (Running Linux)
COT( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
"couldn't determine user name" error: 2.4. Setting Up a Unix Server (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
2.4. Setting Up a Unix Server (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
count( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
count_dirs( ): 14.6.12. Path, Filename, and URL Manipulation Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
counter modules: 12.3. Counters (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
counters, access: 6.2.6. Executing CGI Programs (CGI Programming with Perl)
counting text file elements: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
country codes: 6.3.2. Character Types (MySQL & mSQL)
cp command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
5.2.1. Using a Boot Floppy (Running Linux)
8.1. Making Backups (Running Linux)
CPAN (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network): B.1. CPAN (CGI Programming with Perl)
8.2.1.1. Setting up a proxy server (Programming the Perl DBI)
B.1. Acquiring the DBI and Drivers (Programming the Perl DBI)
HTML::Template information: 6.3.2. Summary (CGI Programming with Perl)
installing modules from: B.1.1. Installing Modules (CGI Programming with Perl)
open source modules for Perl: 1.3.1. Why Perl? (CGI Programming with Perl)
URI::URL module: 2.1.3. URL Encoding (CGI Programming with Perl)
cpio command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cpio utility: 8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip? (Running Linux)
CP/M operating system: 12.2. Sharing Programs (Running Linux)
CPML (Compaq Portable Math Library): C.7.2. Performance and Library Tuning (Running Linux)
cpp preprocessor: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
imake interface: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CPU
Alpha systems: C.4.2. CPU, Support Chipset, Board, and System Identification (Running Linux)
architectures: 1.4.2. A Bag of Features (Running Linux)
limiting for CGI scripts: 4.3.6. RLimitCPU (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
requirements for Linux: 1.9.1. Motherboard and CPU Requirements (Running Linux)
time: 4.18. Processes (Running Linux)
CPU load (see performance)
"crash-me" test: 7.6. Making Comparisons (MySQL & mSQL)
crashes (see core files)
CRC (cyclic redundancy check): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
create database command: 17.2. mSQL Utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
CREATE DATABASE statement: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
create DATABASENAME command: 4.4.1.6. Command line options for mysqladmin (MySQL & mSQL)
Create DB command: 4.4.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
CREATE FUNCTION command: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
CREATE INDEX command: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
CREATE SEQUENCE command: 10.4. MysqlPerl (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
CREATE statement: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
create table command: 10.3.1. Creating a Database (CGI Programming with Perl)
10.4.2.1. Address book database creation script (CGI Programming with Perl)
CREATE TABLE statement: 2.4. Physical Database Design (MySQL & mSQL)
5.5.2. Backups (MySQL & mSQL)
10.2. An Example DBI Application (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
createdb function: 21.3. Msql.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
create_event( ): 14.6.9.3. Event Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
create_semaphore( ): 14.6.9.2. Semaphore Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
createStatement( ) method: 14.2. Simple Database Access (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
create_thread( ): 14.6.9.4. Thread Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
creating databases: 10.3.1. Creating a Database (CGI Programming with Perl)
accessing and inserting data: 10.3.2. Inserting Data (CGI Programming with Perl)
CRLF (carriage return and line feed): 1.3.2. Alternatives to CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
1.4. What the Client Does (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
operating systems and HTTP header requirements: 3.3.1.1. Outputting documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
cron command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cron directory: 8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron (Running Linux)
cron utility: 8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron (Running Linux)
crontab command (see cron utility)
8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron (Running Linux)
CROSS keyword: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
crypt( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
Crypt::DES module: 8.2.2.3. Ciphers (Programming the Perl DBI)
Crypt::IDEA module: 8.2.2.3. Ciphers (Programming the Perl DBI)
cryptography (see encryption)
csh (C shell): 4.5. Shells (Running Linux)
13.3. Shell Programming (Running Linux)
csh shell: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
6.4. Differing Features (Linux in a Nutshell)
8. csh and tcsh (Linux in a Nutshell)
sample .cshrc file: 8.4.5. Sample .cshrc File (Linux in a Nutshell)
.cshrc file: 4.15. Startup Files (Running Linux)
csplit command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CSV (comma-separated values): 2.4. Flat-File Databases (Programming the Perl DBI)
B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
(see also DBD::CSV driver)
ctags command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
ctime( ) function: 18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
18.2. Lite (MySQL & mSQL)
Ctrl-Alt-Del sequence: 3.2.4. Shutting Down the System (Running Linux)
5.3.3. rc files (Running Linux)
5.5. Shutting Down the System (Running Linux)
Cur connections: 5.5.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
current
time and date: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
working directory: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
current_time.cgi script (example): 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
CURRENT_TIMESTAMP( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
current_time.tmpl (HTML template): 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
cursor movement
Emacs commands for: 10.3.2. Cursor Movement Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
vi commands for: 11.4. Movement Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
CursorMove variable (fvwm2): 17.13.2. Moving the Pointer with Keystrokes (Linux in a Nutshell)
CursorName statement handle attribute: A.7.2. Statement Handle Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
cursors, fetching operations: 5.1.3. Fetching Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
customizing
Emacs: 9.2.2. Simple Editing Commands (Running Linux)
9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs (Running Linux)
14.1.6.3. Using Emacs with gdb (Running Linux)
fvwm: 11.2.2. More Customizations (Running Linux)
Linux session: 6.1.2. Customization of Your Linux Session (Linux in a Nutshell)
Netscape Navigator: 16.1.1. Using Netscape Navigator (Running Linux)
SSI output: 6.2.4. Tailoring SSI Output (CGI Programming with Perl)
X Windows System: 11. Customizing Your X Environment (Running Linux)
CustomLog directive: 11.5.4. CustomLog (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
13.7.15. CustomLog (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cut command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cutting (see yanking and pasting)
cutting and pasting: 11.4.7. Emacs (Running Linux)
in Emacs: 9.2.4. Deleting, Copying, and Moving Text (Running Linux)
in vi: 9.1.11. Moving Text, and Using Registers (Running Linux)
in xterm: 11.4.3. Cutting and Pasting Selections (Running Linux)
CVF-FAT extension to DOS-FAT: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types (Running Linux)
CVS and RCS, revision control systems: 16.1.1. Plan for Future Growth (CGI Programming with Perl)
CVS (Concurrent Version System): 14.2.8. Revision Control Tools--CVS (Running Linux)
over Internet: 14.2.8.3. CVS over the Internet (Running Linux)
CVS utility: 1.4. What This Book Offers (Linux in a Nutshell)
14. CVS and RCS (Linux in a Nutshell)
administrator commands: 14.3.8. Administrator Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
administrator reference: 14.3. CVS Administrator Reference (Linux in a Nutshell)
basic concepts: 14.1. Basic Concepts (Linux in a Nutshell)
branches/forks: 14.1.4. Branching (Linux in a Nutshell)
client configuration files: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
client options, common: 14.4.6. Common Client Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
command format: 14.2. The CVS Utility (Linux in a Nutshell)
confusing aspects of: 14.2.3. Gotchas (Linux in a Nutshell)
date formats: 14.4.6.1. Date formats (Linux in a Nutshell)
environment variables: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
global options
client: 14.4.5. Client Global Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
common: 14.2.2. Common Global Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
server: 14.3.7. Global Server Option (Linux in a Nutshell)
importing
code snapshots: 14.3.5.1. Importing code snapshots (Linux in a Nutshell)
entire projects: 14.3.4.2. Bulk importing (Linux in a Nutshell)
from PVCS: 14.3.5.4. Importing from PVCS (Linux in a Nutshell)
from RCS: 14.3.5.2. Importing from RCS (Linux in a Nutshell)
from SCCS: 14.3.5.3. Importing from SCCS (Linux in a Nutshell)
keyword substitutions: 14.4.6.2. Keyword substitutions (Linux in a Nutshell)
locking model: 14.1.1. Locking and Merging (Linux in a Nutshell)
logical modules: 14.3.3.9. The modules file (Linux in a Nutshell)
merging model: 14.1.1. Locking and Merging (Linux in a Nutshell)
repositories: 14.1. Basic Concepts (Linux in a Nutshell)
changing directories/files: 14.3.4. Hacking the Repository (Linux in a Nutshell)
configuration information: 14.3.3.4. The config file (Linux in a Nutshell)
creating: 14.3.1. Creating a Repository (Linux in a Nutshell)
initializing: 14.3.8.2. init (Linux in a Nutshell)
notification of changes to: 14.3.3.8. The loginfo file (Linux in a Nutshell)
structure of: 14.3.3. Repository Structure (Linux in a Nutshell)
repository locators: 14.3.3.11. The passwd file (Linux in a Nutshell)
14.3.6. Using an Interim Shared Sandbox (Linux in a Nutshell)
14.4.1. Repository Locators (Linux in a Nutshell)
sandboxes: 14.1. Basic Concepts (Linux in a Nutshell)
creating: 14.4.3. Creating a Sandbox (Linux in a Nutshell)
directories/files in: 14.4.4. Sandbox Structure (Linux in a Nutshell)
interim shared: 14.3.6. Using an Interim Shared Sandbox (Linux in a Nutshell)
release -d command, use with caution: 14.4.7.16. release (Linux in a Nutshell)
security issues: 14.3.2. Security Issues (Linux in a Nutshell)
specifying ranges: 14.3.8.1. admin (Linux in a Nutshell)
tracking files: 14.1.3. Tagging (Linux in a Nutshell)
user commands: 14.4.7. User Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
user reference: 14.4. CVS User Reference (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_CLIENT_LOG environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_CLIENT_PORT environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVSEDITOR environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
cvsignore administrative file: 14.3.3.5. The cvsignore file (Linux in a Nutshell)
.cvsignore configuration file: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVSIGNORE environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
.cvspass file: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_PASSFILE environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
.cvsrc file: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_RCMD_PORT environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVSREAD environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVSROOT directory: 14.3.3.1. The CVSROOT directory (Linux in a Nutshell)
administrative files in: 14.3.3.1. The CVSROOT directory (Linux in a Nutshell)
CVSROOT environment variable: 14.2.8.1. Setting up a CVS repository (Running Linux)
$CVS_RSH environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_SERVER environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVS_SERVER_SLEEP environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVSUMASK environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
cvswrappers administrative file: 14.3.3.6. The cvswrappers file (Linux in a Nutshell)
.cvswrappers configuration file: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
$CVSWRAPPERS environment variable: 14.4.2. Configuring CVS (Linux in a Nutshell)
cwd variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
cyclic redundancy check (CRC): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
cylinders: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
3.1.3. Creating Linux Partitions (Running Linux)
3.3.2.2. Problems recognizing hard drive or controller (Running Linux)
3.3.2.3. Problems with SCSI controllers and devices (Running Linux)
cylinders= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)


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