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= comparison operator: 3.3.2. Queries and Condition Clauses (Programming the Perl DBI)
-d flag
ActiveState Perl debugger, invoking: 15.3.5.3. ActiveState Perl debugger (CGI Programming with Perl)
using for interactive session: 15.3.5.1. The Perl debugger (CGI Programming with Perl)
-dir option: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
D command (sed): 12.5. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
-d flag (httpd/apache): 2.2. Apache's Flags (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
3.4.8. ServerRoot (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
daemons: 2.2. Overview of Networking (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.17. Programs That Serve You (Running Linux)
4.17. Programs That Serve You (Running Linux)
commands for: 2.1.2. Daemons (Linux in a Nutshell)
NFS: 2.5.2. Daemons (Linux in a Nutshell)
routing: 2.3.2.2. Routing daemons (Linux in a Nutshell)
turning Perl CGI application into: 17. Efficiency and Optimization (CGI Programming with Perl)
damaged files: 8.6.2. Accessing Damaged Files (Running Linux)
DANG file: 12.2.3. Installing and Configuring Dosemu (Running Linux)
dash (-) or period (.), starting filenames with: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
Data( ): 7.4.2. Win32::ODBC (Programming the Perl DBI)
data collection, forms: 4. Forms and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
data directory: 4.4.1.2. Database destruction (MySQL & mSQL)
Data Display Debugger (DDD): 14.2.1. Debuggers (Running Linux)
data exchange, performing with JavaScript: 7.3. Data Exchange (CGI Programming with Perl)
online music browser (example): 7.3.2. Example (CGI Programming with Perl)
WDDX: 7.3.1. WDDX (CGI Programming with Perl)
data model
example: 2.2.7. More 2NF (MySQL & mSQL)
(MySQL & mSQL) 2.2.8. Third Normal Form (3NF)
logical: 2.1.3. Data Model (MySQL & mSQL)
methodology: 2.3. A Logical Data Modeling Methodology (MySQL & mSQL)
physical: 2.4. Physical Database Design (MySQL & mSQL)
data modification result screens (various): 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
data processing: 8.2. Data Processing (MySQL & mSQL)
data, protecting: D.2. Protecting Application Data (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
data source names: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
available_drivers( ): 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect( ) and: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.2. Connecting with Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
data_sources( ): 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
name=value pairs: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
data storage, security issues: 8.5. Data Storage (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic filenames: 8.5.1. Dynamic Filenames (CGI Programming with Perl)
file permissions: 8.5.3. File Permissions (CGI Programming with Perl)
location of files: 8.5.2. Location of Files (CGI Programming with Perl)
data structures, storing complex: 2.8. The MLDBM Module (Programming the Perl DBI)
data transmission, verifying: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
data types: 7.3.1. WDDX (CGI Programming with Perl)
(see also arrays, hashes, scalars)
characters, padding fields for: 10.3.1. Creating a Database (CGI Programming with Perl)
data structures, printing with Data::Dumper module: 15.3.4. Dumping Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
Perl vs. WDDX: 7.3.1. WDDX (CGI Programming with Perl)
strict variables, Perl language and: 1.3.1. Why Perl? (CGI Programming with Perl)
WDDX, summary of: 7.3.1. WDDX (CGI Programming with Perl)
data warehousing: 1.1. From Mainframes to Workstations (Programming the Perl DBI)
3.1. The Relational Database Methodology (Programming the Perl DBI)
3.4. Modifying Data Within Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
database drivers
connection syntax examples
CSV: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
mSQL: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
Oracle: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
B.1. Acquiring the DBI and Drivers (Programming the Perl DBI)
prefixes: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.3. The Significance of Case (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.2.5. Naming Conventions and Name Space (Programming the Perl DBI)
standard: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
database function: 21.3. Msql.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
database handles: 4.2.2. Database Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
atomic fetching and: 5.6.1. Atomic Fetching (Programming the Perl DBI)
attributes: 6.1.5. Database Handle Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
connecting with: 6.1.2. Connecting with Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific: 6.1. Handle Attributes and Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.3. The Significance of Case (Programming the Perl DBI)
error checking: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
getting or setting values: 6.1. Handle Attributes and Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
passing to DBI methods: 6.1.1. Passing Attributes to DBI Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
$dbh: 4.2.2. Database Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
retrieving entity metadata: 6.1.6. Database Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
database-independent API: 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
in Java: 14. Java and JDBC (MySQL & mSQL)
database-independent programming interfaces: 1.1. From Mainframes to Workstations (Programming the Perl DBI)
7. ODBC and the DBI (Programming the Perl DBI)
database-level meta-data: 11.2. Dynamic Connectivity (MySQL & mSQL)
11.2.2. Database Meta-data (MySQL & mSQL)
Database Management System (DBMS): 1.1. What Is a Database? (MySQL & mSQL)
database metadata: 6.1.6. Database Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
database server: 4.4. Database Administration (MySQL & mSQL)
Database status: 5.5.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
DatabaseMetaData interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
databases
accessing: 13.2.1. The Database Connection (MySQL & mSQL)
accessing using proxying: 8.2. Database Proxying (Programming the Perl DBI)
accessing with JDBC API: 14.2. Simple Database Access (MySQL & mSQL)
applications, client/server architecture: 8.1. The Client/Server Architecture (MySQL & mSQL)
backups: 4.4.2. Backups (MySQL & mSQL)
basic attributes: 2. Basic Non-DBI Databases (Programming the Perl DBI)
Berkeley (see Berkeley databases)
CGI considerations: 9.5. CGI and Databases (MySQL & mSQL)
closing connections: 14.2.1. Error Handling and Clean Up (MySQL & mSQL)
committing changes: 6.3. Transactions, Locking, and Isolation (Programming the Perl DBI)
concurrent access to: 2.6. Concurrent Database Access and Locking (Programming the Perl DBI)
connecting to: 4.4.1. Connection (Programming the Perl DBI)
requirements: 4.4.1. Connection (Programming the Perl DBI)
with dbish: 8.1.1. Starting Up dbish (Programming the Perl DBI)
consolidating with CGI middleware: 14. Middleware and XML (CGI Programming with Perl)
conversion utilities: 4.5.2.1. Database conversion utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
creating: 10.3.1. Creating a Database (CGI Programming with Perl)
5.5.1.1. Database creation (MySQL & mSQL)
accessing data: 10.3.3. Accessing Data (CGI Programming with Perl)
inserting data: 10.3.2. Inserting Data (CGI Programming with Perl)
creating new tables: 3.5. Creating and Destroying Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
cursors: 5.1.3. Fetching Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
database handles: 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
11.1. Basic Connectivity (MySQL & mSQL)
DBI
connecting to: 10.4.1.1. Connecting to DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
manipulation of: 10.4.1.2. Database manipulation (CGI Programming with Perl)
querying: 10.4.1.3. Database querying (CGI Programming with Perl)
definition: 1.1. What Is a Database? (MySQL & mSQL)
1.1. What Is a Database? (MySQL & mSQL)
deleting data from: 10.3.5. Deleting Data (CGI Programming with Perl)
deleting tables: 3.5. Creating and Destroying Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
3.5. Creating and Destroying Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
designing: 2.1. Database Design (MySQL & mSQL)
disconnecting from: 4.4.2. Disconnection (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.3.4. Disconnecting, One Way or Another (Programming the Perl DBI)
13.2.1.2. Disconnecting from the database (MySQL & mSQL)
evolution from mainframes to workstations: 1.1. From Mainframes to Workstations (Programming the Perl DBI)
executing SQL statements: 5.1.2. Executing Select Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
extracting table information, example: 6.1.7. Statement Handle Attributes or Statement Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
fetching data: 5.1. Issuing Simple Queries (Programming the Perl DBI)
using DBI: 5.1.3. Fetching Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
file locking: 2.6. Concurrent Database Access and Locking (Programming the Perl DBI)
files, untying from hash tables: 10.2.1. DB_File (CGI Programming with Perl)
flat-file (see flat-file databases)
generating dynamic views: 6.1.6. Database Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
grouping and ordering: 6.7.3. Grouping and Ordering (MySQL & mSQL)
handles to: 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
locking
Berkeley databases: 2.7.2. Locking Strategies (Programming the Perl DBI)
flat-file databases: 2.6. Concurrent Database Access and Locking (Programming the Perl DBI)
mid-range engines: 7. Other Mid-Range Database Engines (MySQL & mSQL)
mSQL: 5.5. Database Administration (MySQL & mSQL)
mSQL backups: 5.5.2. Backups (MySQL & mSQL)
msqladmin utility: 5.5. Database Administration (MySQL & mSQL)
mysqladmin utility: 4.4.1. The mysqladmin Utility (MySQL & mSQL)
object-oriented: 7.2.5. Objects (MySQL & mSQL)
perl, linking with: 10.4. DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
preparing SQL statements: 5.1.1. Preparing SQL Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
proxying: 8.2. Database Proxying (Programming the Perl DBI)
purpose: 1.3. Applications and Databases (MySQL & mSQL)
queries, issuing simple: 5.1. Issuing Simple Queries (Programming the Perl DBI)
query languages (see query languages)
querying: 6.7. Queries (MySQL & mSQL)
13.2.1.3. Making Calls to the database (MySQL & mSQL)
quoting and escaping SQL statements: 4.6.1. Database-Specific Quote Handling (Programming the Perl DBI)
relational: 3.1. The Relational Database Methodology (Programming the Perl DBI)
1.2. What Is a Relational Database? (MySQL & mSQL)
result sets: 5.1.3. Fetching Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
retrieving entity metadata: 6.1.6. Database Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
rolling back changes: 6.3. Transactions, Locking, and Isolation (Programming the Perl DBI)
schemas: 3.1. The Relational Database Methodology (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.6. Database Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
security: 4.4.3. Security (MySQL & mSQL)
5.5.3. Security (MySQL & mSQL)
storage managers and layers: 2.1. Storage Managers and Layers (Programming the Perl DBI)
system catalogs: 6.1.6. Database Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
testing: 13.1. The Two APIs (MySQL & mSQL)
updating: 10.3.4. Updating Data (CGI Programming with Perl)
6.6.2. Updates (MySQL & mSQL)
11.1.2. Updates (MySQL & mSQL)
Web and: 1.3.1. Databases and the Web (MySQL & mSQL)
Data::Dumper module: 10.2.2. MLDBM (CGI Programming with Perl)
15.3.4. Dumping Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
2. Basic Non-DBI Databases (Programming the Perl DBI)
2.5.1. The Perl Data::Dumper Module (Programming the Perl DBI)
displaying restored data: 2.8. The MLDBM Module (Programming the Perl DBI)
DataHash( ): 7.4.2. Win32::ODBC (Programming the Perl DBI)
Data::ShowTable module: 21.1. Installation (MySQL & mSQL)
$data_source argument: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
4.4.1. Connection (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
DataSource class: 14.1. What Is JDBC? (MySQL & mSQL)
data_sources( ): A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
available_drivers( ) and: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver handles and: 4.2.1. Driver Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
data_sources function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
datatypes: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
binary large object: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
bind values and: 5.3.2. Bind Values and Data Typing (Programming the Perl DBI)
character: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
date: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
LOB (large object): 6.2. Handling LONG/LOB Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
LONG: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.2. Handling LONG/LOB Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
macros for: 13.2.4. Rows (MySQL & mSQL)
mSQL: 5.2. mSQL Versions (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
19.2.1. Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
MySQL: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
19.1.1. Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
numeric: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL: 6.3. SQL Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
TEXT: 2.4. Physical Database Design (MySQL & mSQL)
date (see time and date)
date( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
Date( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
date command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
DATE datatype: 5.2. mSQL Versions (MySQL & mSQL)
6.3. SQL Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
6.3. SQL Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
Date field: 2.4.2.4. Date (CGI Programming with Perl)
Date interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
$Date keyword (RCS): 14.8.1.1. Keywords (Linux in a Nutshell)
DATE_GMT variable: 6.2.3. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
6.2.3. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
DATE_LOCAL variable: 6.2.3. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
6.2.3. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
dates and times
current, template file: 6.3.1. Syntax (CGI Programming with Perl)
customizing display with SSI config command: 6.2.4. Tailoring SSI Output (CGI Programming with Perl)
formatting with SSI: 6.2.4. Tailoring SSI Output (CGI Programming with Perl)
last date modified, displaying with SSI: 6.2. Server Side Includes (CGI Programming with Perl)
last modification of requested resource: 2.4.2.6. Last-Modified (CGI Programming with Perl)
DATETIME datatype: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
DAYNAME( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
DB2 (see DBD\\DB2 driver)
db database manager: 2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
db, MySQL server status: 4.4.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
db table: 4.4.3.2. The db table (MySQL & mSQL)
$db, using: 10.2.1. DB_File (CGI Programming with Perl)
dbadmin utility: 5.6.2.2. CGI interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
db_auth_module: 1.8.3. Modules (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
DB_BTREE storage format: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBC properties files: 14.1.2. Maintaining Portability Using Properties Files (MySQL & mSQL)
DB_CACHE constant: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBD::ADO driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::CSV driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific attributes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::CSV module: 10.1.5. DBD::CSV (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBI driver, using: 10.4.1. Using DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
text files, storing data in: 16.1.6. Separating Storage from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBD::DB2 driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD/DBI (DataBase Dependent/DataBase Independent): 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
DBD::Empress driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::EmpressNet driver (see DBD\\Empress driver)
DBD::Informix driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
stored procedures: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::Ingres driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific attributes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::InterBase driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::mSQL driver (see DBD\\mysql driver)
DBD::mysql driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific attributes and methods: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
locking: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::ODBC driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::ODBC module
vs. Win32::ODBC: 7.4.1. DBD::ODBC (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::Oracle driver: 16.1.6. Separating Storage from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific methods: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
stored procedures: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::Pg driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific attributes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::Proxy module: 8.2.1. The Database Proxy Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
8.2.1.2. Connecting to the proxy server (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBDs (see database drivers)
DBD::SearchServer driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
locking: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::Sybase driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver-specific attributes and methods: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
stored procedures: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
transactions: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBD::XBase driver: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
connect syntax: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
datatypes: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
parameter binding: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
SQL dialect: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
table metadata: B. Driver and Database Characteristics (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBF files, dBASE: 5.6.2.1. Database conversion utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
DB_File module: 10.2. DBM Files (CGI Programming with Perl)
10.2.1. DB_File (CGI Programming with Perl)
2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
2.8. The MLDBM Module (Programming the Perl DBI)
default values: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
DESTROY method: 10.2.1. DB_File (CGI Programming with Perl)
index, creating and storing with: 12.3. Inverted Index Search (CGI Programming with Perl)
using for storage: 2.8. The MLDBM Module (Programming the Perl DBI)
using seq( ): 2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
using with MLDBM to lock DBM file: 10.2.2. MLDBM (CGI Programming with Perl)
dbf2msql command: 5.6.2.1. Database conversion utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
dbf2mysql utility: 4.5.2.1. Database conversion utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
$dbh database handle: 4.2.2. Database Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
$dbh variable: A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
DB_HASH storage format: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI: 1. Introduction (Programming the Perl DBI)
accessing databases from Perl: 10.1. DBI (MySQL & mSQL)
application architecture: A.2.1. Architecture of a DBI Application (Programming the Perl DBI)
architecture: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
combining with ODBC: 7.5. The Marriage of DBI and ODBC (Programming the Perl DBI)
connecting to databases: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
conventions: A.2.2. Notation and Conventions (Programming the Perl DBI)
data flow through: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
data source names (see data source names)
database drivers: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
database proxying: 8.2. Database Proxying (Programming the Perl DBI)
downloading source code: B.1. Acquiring the DBI and Drivers (Programming the Perl DBI)
error codes: 7.3.2. Standard Error Codes (Programming the Perl DBI)
error handling (see error handling)
example application: 10.2. An Example DBI Application (MySQL & mSQL)
execution tracing: 4.6.2. Tracing DBI Execution (Programming the Perl DBI)
formatting output generated by tracing: 4.6.3. Neat and Tidy Formatting (Programming the Perl DBI)
handles (see handles)
home page: A.1.1. Getting Help (Programming the Perl DBI)
implementing drivers: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
implementing SQL: 7.3.1. A Standard SQL Syntax (Programming the Perl DBI)
installing: B.1. Acquiring the DBI and Drivers (Programming the Perl DBI)
integrating databases and web sites: 5.1.1.1. Constructing "on-the-fly" statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
interface rules: A.2.4. General Interface Rules and Caveats (Programming the Perl DBI)
metadata functions: 7.3.3. Rich Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
module: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
naming conventions: A.2.5. Naming Conventions and Name Space (Programming the Perl DBI)
proxy architecture: 8.2.1. The Database Proxy Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
proxy servers (see proxy servers)
real-world uses: 1.3. DBI in the Real World (Programming the Perl DBI)
shell program (dbish): 8.1. dbish--The DBI Shell (Programming the Perl DBI)
specification: A. DBI Specification (Programming the Perl DBI)
statement preparation data flow: 5.1.1. Preparing SQL Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
supporting databases: 4.1. DBI Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
synopsis: A.1. Synopsis (Programming the Perl DBI)
transaction handling (see transaction handling)
usage summary: A.2.3. Outline Usage (Programming the Perl DBI)
utility functions (see utility functions)
utility methods (see utility methods)
using Win32::DBIODBC module: 7.7. Moving Between Win32::ODBC and the DBI (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI (Database Independent Interface): 10.4. DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
address book, creating: 10.4.2. DBI Address Book (CGI Programming with Perl)
address table: 10.4.2.1. Address book database creation script (CGI Programming with Perl)
address table, creating: 10.4.2.1. Address book database creation script (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI script for querying and modifying data: 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
database, connecting to: 10.4.1.1. Connecting to DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
database manipulation: 10.4.1.2. Database manipulation (CGI Programming with Perl)
using: 10.4.1. Using DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBI->available_drivers( ) ) (see available_drivers()
DBI->connect( ) ) (see connect())
DBI->data_sources( ) ) (see data_sources()
DBI->trace( ) ) (see trace()
DBI->trace_msg( ) ) (see trace_msg()
DBI methods, passing attributes to: 6.1.1. Passing Attributes to DBI Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI module: 16.1.6. Separating Storage from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
21.1. Installation (MySQL & mSQL)
DBI portion of DBI/DBD module: 21.1. Installation (MySQL & mSQL)
dbi-users mailing list: A.9.4. Mailing List (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI_AUTOPROXY environment variable: 8.2.1.2. Connecting to the proxy server (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI::CSV module: 10.1.5. DBD::CSV (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBI_DSN environment variable: 4.3. Data Source Names (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.2. Connecting with Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
$DBI::err variable: 4.5.2. Error Diagnostics (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.3. DBI Dynamic Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
$DBI::errstr variable: 4.5.2. Error Diagnostics (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.3. DBI Dynamic Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI::neat_list( ): 8.1.2. Handling Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI_PASS environment variable: A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI.pm API: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
dbiproxy script: 8.2.1.1. Setting up a proxy server (Programming the Perl DBI)
8.2.2.1. Access configuration (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI::ProxyServer module: 8.2.1. The Database Proxy Architecture (Programming the Perl DBI)
8.2.2. Advanced Topics (Programming the Perl DBI)
$DBI::rows variable ) (see rows()
dbish (DBI shell): 8.1. dbish--The DBI Shell (Programming the Perl DBI)
command syntax: 8.1.2. Handling Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
issuing ad-hoc SQL statements: 8.1.2. Handling Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
miscellaneous commands: 8.1.3. Some Miscellaneous dbish Commands (Programming the Perl DBI)
$DBI::state variable: 4.5.2. Error Diagnostics (Programming the Perl DBI)
7.3.2. Standard Error Codes (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.3.3. DBI Dynamic Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI_TRACE environment variable: 4.6.2. Tracing DBI Execution (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBI_USER environment variable: A.3.1. DBI Class Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
dblist( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
DBM file libraries: 2.1. Storage Managers and Layers (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBM files: 8.8.4. RewriteMap (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
10. Data Persistence (CGI Programming with Perl)
10.2. DBM Files (CGI Programming with Perl)
2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
accessor methods: 2.7.3.3. Object accessor methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
Berkeley databases and: 2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
chaining multiple values into a hash: 2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
creating new databases: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
deleting values: 2.7.4. Deleting Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
file descriptors: 2.7.2. Locking Strategies (Programming the Perl DBI)
hashtables, querying limitations: 2.7.3.4. Querying limitations of DBM files and hashtables (Programming the Perl DBI)
key/value pairs: 2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
2.7.3. Inserting and Retrieving Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
localized storage and retrieval: 2.7.3.1. Localized storage and retrieval (Programming the Perl DBI)
locking, using MLDBM with DB_File: 10.2.2. MLDBM (CGI Programming with Perl)
MLDBM module, saving and retrieving as Perl with: 10.2.2. MLDBM (CGI Programming with Perl)
packing in Perl objects: 2.7.3.2. Packing in Perl objects (Programming the Perl DBI)
storing data using join( ) or pack(): 2.7.3.1. Localized storage and retrieval (Programming the Perl DBI)
dbm_auth_module: 1.8.3. Modules (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dbmmanage script: 5.5.1. DBM Files on Unix (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
DBMS (Database Management System): 1.2. What Is a Relational Database? (MySQL & mSQL)
DBperl: 7.2. DBI--Thrashed and Mutated (Programming the Perl DBI)
Db.py API: 4.5.2.4. Programming interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
DB_RECNO storage format: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
dbview command: 5.6.2.3. Client applications (MySQL & mSQL)
dd command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
2.1.2. Getting Linux from the Internet (Running Linux)
5.1. Running the System (Running Linux)
5.2.1. Using a Boot Floppy (Running Linux)
6.2.1. Creating Swap Space (Running Linux)
DDD (Data Display Debugger): 14.2.1. Debuggers (Running Linux)
DDL (Data Definition Language) commands: 3.5. Creating and Destroying Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
Debian Linux
Alpha systems: C.2. The Linux Port (Running Linux)
LinuxPPC: D. LinuxPPC: Installing Linux on PowerPC Computers (Running Linux)
Motorola 68000-series systems: E.3. Distributions (Running Linux)
Debian Package Manager
commands: 5.2.5. Debian Package Manager Command Summary (Linux in a Nutshell)
files: 5.2.1. Files (Linux in a Nutshell)
package flags: 5.2.3. Package Flags (Linux in a Nutshell)
package/selection states: 5.2.2. Package States and Selection States (Linux in a Nutshell)
packaging tools: 5.2. The Debian Package Manager (Linux in a Nutshell)
shell/Perl scripts: 5.2.4. Scripts (Linux in a Nutshell)
debug parameter (linux): 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
debugfs command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
debugging: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
(see also troubleshooting)
CGI programs: 15. Debugging CGI Applications (CGI Programming with Perl)
-debug pragma, use with CGI.pm: 15.3.3. Running Scripts from the Command Line (CGI Programming with Perl)
commands, summary of: 15.3.5.1. The Perl debugger (CGI Programming with Perl)
common errors: 15.1. Common Errors (CGI Programming with Perl)
debugging tools: 15.3. Debugging Tools (CGI Programming with Perl)
Perl coding techniques for error avoidance: 15.2. Perl Coding Techniques (CGI Programming with Perl)
Checker package: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
14.2.5. Using Checker (Running Linux)
core dumps (see core files)
echoing errors to browser, use of: 14.5. CGI Gateway to XML Middleware (CGI Programming with Perl)
errors in CGI scripts with STDERR output: 3.1.1.3. STDERR (CGI Programming with Perl)
ext2 file system: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
gdb debugger: 13.1.2. gcc Features (Running Linux)
13.1.6. Enabling Debugging Code (Running Linux)
14.1. Debugging with gdb (Running Linux)
shared libraries and: 13.1.7.1. Creating shared libraries (Running Linux)
gdb (GNU debugger): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
instruction-level: 14.1.6.2. Instruction-level debugging (Running Linux)
interactive debuggers for: 14.2.1. Debuggers (Running Linux)
log files and: 8.3. Managing System Logs (Running Linux)
program while running: 14.1.3. Debugging a Running Program (Running Linux)
redirecting error messages: 4.9. Saving Your Output (Running Linux)
routing tables: 15.1.3.8. Trying out your network (Running Linux)
debugging CGI scripts: 4.5. Debugging Scripts (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation): C.1. Alpha History and Status (Running Linux)
decbin( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
DECIMAL datatype: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
declarations
global variables: 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
variables, using strict mode: 15.2.1. Use strict (CGI Programming with Perl)
declare command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
declaring variables/arrays (gawk): 13.6. Variable and Array Assignments (Linux in a Nutshell)
decoct( ) utility: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
decode-bits option: 16.1.2. Command line variables (MySQL & mSQL)
decoding HTML form input: 4.3. Decoding Form Input (CGI Programming with Perl)
decoding tab-delimited data and end-of-line characters: 10.1.4. Delimiters (CGI Programming with Perl)
default command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
default gateway: 15.1.1. TCP/IP Concepts (Running Linux)
default installation paths (Apache web server): 1.4. Web Server Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
default= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
DEFAULT value attribute: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
DefaultColorDepth option (XF86Config): 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
DefaultIcon directive: 7.1.7. DefaultIcon (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
16.1.3.2. srm.conf (Running Linux)
DefaultType directive: 6.1.3. DefaultType (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
16.1.4.4. An aside: MIME types (Running Linux)
define-key function: 9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs (Running Linux)
degree (see cardinality)
dektop system, GNOME: B.3. The GNOME Desktop: A User's Point of View (Running Linux)
Del key
bash and: 7.3.3. Command-line Editing (Linux in a Nutshell)
Emacs and: 10.2. Typical Problems (Linux in a Nutshell)
delay= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
delete command (CVS) (see remove command (CVS))
delete command (ex): 11.13. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
delete command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
DELETE FROM statement: 6.6.4. Deletes (MySQL & mSQL)
Delete key (Emacs): 9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs (Running Linux)
DELETE method: 2.3.1.1. PUT and DELETE (CGI Programming with Perl)
DELETE method (HTTP): 4.1.2. What Is an HTTP Method? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
delete operator, Perl: 2.7.4. Deleting Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
delete query screen: 10.4.2.2. Address book CGI script (CGI Programming with Perl)
DELETE SQL statement: 3.4.2. Deleting Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
DELETE statement: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
Deleted blocks field, isamchk: 4.6.1. The MySQL Data Structure (MySQL & mSQL)
deleteRow( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
deleting
columns: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
directories: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
duplicate text lines: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Emacs commands for: 10.3.3. Deletion Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LILO: 5.2.2.4. Removing LILO (Running Linux)
mutexes: 14.6.9.1. Mutex Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
partitions: 2.2.4. Repartitioning Your Drives (Running Linux)
pools: 14.6.1. Pool Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
print jobs from queue: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
queued jobs: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
rotating log files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
semaphores: 14.6.9.2. Semaphore Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
suEXEC security against: 4.7.1. A Demonstration of suEXEC (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
text: 9.2.4. Deleting, Copying, and Moving Text (Running Linux)
9.2.4. Deleting, Copying, and Moving Text (Running Linux)
(see also cutting and pasting)
vi editor: 9.1.3. Deleting Text and Undoing Changes (Running Linux)
threads: 14.6.9.4. Thread Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
user accounts: 5.7.6. Deleting and Disabling Accounts (Running Linux)
vi commands for: 11.5.2. Changing and Deleting Text (Linux in a Nutshell)
deleting from databases: 10.3.5. Deleting Data (CGI Programming with Perl)
deleting parameters: 5.2.2.1. Modifying parameters (CGI Programming with Perl)
delimited-field files
deleting data: 2.4.4. Deleting Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
inserting data: 2.4.2. Inserting Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
querying data: 2.4.1. Querying Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
updating data: 2.4.3. Updating Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
delimited fields, choosing vs. fixed-length records: 2.4.1. Querying Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
delimiters
ampersand ( & ), key-value pairs: 4.1. Sending Data to the Server (CGI Programming with Perl)
CSV text files: 10.4.1. Using DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
qq// operator, use with: 5.4.2. Here Documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
text files, use in: 10.1.4. Delimiters (CGI Programming with Perl)
tabs: 10.1.4. Delimiters (CGI Programming with Perl)
delimiting characters: 2.4. Flat-File Databases (Programming the Perl DBI)
Delphi-interface utility: 4.5.2.4. Programming interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
demonstration web sites: 0.3. Conventions Used in This Book (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
deny directive: 5.6. Order, Allow, and Deny (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dependency file: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dependency line: 13.2.1. What make Does (Running Linux)
depmod command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Depth option (XF86Config): 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
deregisterDriver( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
DESC SQL statement: 3.3.4.1. Ordering data (Programming the Perl DBI)
DESCRIBE statement: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
description file (see make utility)
design of Linux: 1.7. Open Source and the Philosophy of Linux (Running Linux)
Desk Guide applet: 15.1. Desktop Overview (Linux in a Nutshell)
Desk variable (fvwm2): 17.13.1. Keyboard Shortcuts to Navigate the Desktop (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop background
Enlightenment window manager settings: 15.4.9.6. Backgrounds (Linux in a Nutshell)
GNOME settings: 15.4.1.1. Background (Linux in a Nutshell)
KDE settings: 16.3.2.1. Background (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop customizations: 1.3. Commands on Linux (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop environments: 11. Customizing Your X Environment (Running Linux)
GNOME: 15. GNOME (Linux in a Nutshell)
KDE: 16. KDE (Linux in a Nutshell)
Desktop folder, KDE: 16.1.4. The Desktop Folder and kdelnk Files (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop icons
adding to GNOME desktop: 15.1.1. Adding Desktop Icons (Linux in a Nutshell)
displaying on KDE desktop: 16.3.2.5. Desktop icons (Linux in a Nutshell)
movement/placement on GNOME panel: 15.4.2.3. Panel objects (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop links
adding applications to KDE panel: 16.2.3. Adding an Application Link to the Panel (Linux in a Nutshell)
adding to KDE desktop: 16.1.3. Adding a Link to the Desktop (Linux in a Nutshell)
configuring for KDE: 16.1.4. The Desktop Folder and kdelnk Files (Linux in a Nutshell)
setting colors for: 16.3.1.2. File manager (Linux in a Nutshell)
Desktop modules, KDE: 16.3.2. Desktop (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop pager, KDE: 16.2.1. The Desktop Pager and Window List (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktop system, GNOME: B.1.2. The Role of GNOME (Running Linux)
desktop tools, fvwm2: 17.5. A Quick Tour of the fvwm Environment (Linux in a Nutshell)
desktops, multiple (fvwm2): 17.9. Having Multiple Desktops (Linux in a Nutshell)
DeskTopSize command (fvwm): 11.2.1. Configuring fvwm (Running Linux)
DESTROY method: 4.4.2. Disconnection (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.3.4. Disconnecting, One Way or Another (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.6.1. Database Handle Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
destroy_event( ): 14.6.9.3. Event Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
destroy_pool( ): 14.6.1. Pool Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
destroy_semaphore( ): 14.6.9.2. Semaphore Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
destroy_sub_req( ): 14.6.15. Request-Handling Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
detach command (gdb): 14.1.3. Debugging a Running Program (Running Linux)
detection parameters (hardware): 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
/dev directory: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
5.1. Running the System (Running Linux)
6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
8.4.11. Exercising the Printer Daemon (Running Linux)
15.2.1.2. Serial device names (Running Linux)
/dev/fd# files: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
8.1.1.2. Backing up to floppy (Running Linux)
/dev/hda# files: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
/dev/lp# files: 8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware (Running Linux)
/dev/MAKEDEV script: 6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
/dev/mouse file: 6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
/dev/nrft# and /nsft# files: 8.1.1.1. Backing up to tape (Running Linux)
/dev/null file: 4.9. Saving Your Output (Running Linux)
6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron (Running Linux)
/dev/rft# files: 8.1.1.1. Backing up to tape (Running Linux)
/dev/sda# and /sdb# files: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
/dev/st# files: 8.1.1.1. Backing up to tape (Running Linux)
/dev/ttys# and ttyS# files: 8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware (Running Linux)
/dev/zero file: 6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
Devel-ptkdb, PerlTk debugger: 15.3.5.2. ptkdb (CGI Programming with Perl)
development, CGI programs
architectural guidelines: 16.1. Architectural Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
configuration, separating from primary code: 16.1.4. Separate Configuration from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
directories, organizing projects with: 16.1.2. Use Directories to Organize Your Projects (CGI Programming with Perl)
display, separating from primary code: 16.1.5. Separating Display from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
growth, planning for: 16.1.1. Plan for Future Growth (CGI Programming with Perl)
relative URLs, using: 16.1.3. Use Relative URLs (CGI Programming with Perl)
scripts, number per application: 16.1.7. Number of Scripts per Application (CGI Programming with Perl)
storage, separating from primary code: 16.1.6. Separating Storage from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
submit buttons, controlling flow with: 16.1.8. Using Submit Buttons to Control Flow (CGI Programming with Perl)
coding guidelines: 16.2. Coding Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
development, GNOME for: B.5. GNOME as a Development Platform (Running Linux)
development web server, sharing by developers: 16.1.1. Plan for Future Growth (CGI Programming with Perl)
Devel::SawAmpersand module: 17.1.10. Regular Expressions (CGI Programming with Perl)
"device full" error: 3.3.3. Problems Installing the Software (Running Linux)
devices: 8.4.11. Exercising the Printer Daemon (Running Linux)
(see also /dev directory)
Alpha system support: C.5.3. Firmware/BIOS Peripheral Device Support (Running Linux)
device files: 5.1. Running the System (Running Linux)
6.3. Device Files (Running Linux)
15.2.1.2. Serial device names (Running Linux)
drivers: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
loading: 7.5. Loadable Device Drivers (Running Linux)
Windows and: 12. Windows Compatibility and Samba (Running Linux)
Linux/SPARC systems: F.6. Bootable Devices and Consoles (Running Linux)
virtual: 8.4.11. Exercising the Printer Daemon (Running Linux)
/dev/initrd file: 4.6. initrd: Using a RAM Disk (Linux in a Nutshell)
dexhex( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
dextract variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
df command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
DIA application: B.4. Some GNOME Applications (Running Linux)
diagnostic information: 11.2. Status (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
diagnostics, error (see error diagnostics)
dial-up PPP: 15.2. Dial-up PPP (Running Linux)
dialogs, GNOME user interface for: 15.4.7.2. Dialogs (Linux in a Nutshell)
dictionary, spelling: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
di|dif commands (CVS) (see diff command (CVS))
die( ): 4.5.1. Automatic Versus Manual Error Checking (Programming the Perl DBI)
5.5.2. CGI::Carp (CGI Programming with Perl)
5.1.2. Executing Select Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
5.1.4. Finishing a Data Fetch Early (Programming the Perl DBI)
automatic error checking: 4.5.1.2. Automatic error checking (Programming the Perl DBI)
calls, catching and sending to browser: 6.4.5.1. Embperl handler (CGI Programming with Perl)
trapping: 5.5.1.1. Trapping die (CGI Programming with Perl)
triggering 500 Internal Server Error: 15.2.4. Trap die (CGI Programming with Perl)
used with RaiseError: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
diff3 command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
diff command (CVS): 14.4.7.5. diff (Linux in a Nutshell)
diff program: 14.2.9. Patching Files (Running Linux)
Diffie-Hellman key exchange: D.1.1.3. Diffie-Hellman key exchange with authentication (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
digest authentication: 5.1. Authentication Protocol (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
5.7. Digest Authentication (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Digest::MD5 module: 8.3.1. MD5 (CGI Programming with Perl)
digests, generating to validate input data: 8.3. Encryption (CGI Programming with Perl)
Digest::SHA1 module: 8.3.2. SHA-1 (CGI Programming with Perl)
Digital Alpha (see Alpha systems)
digital signatures: 13.3. Binary Signatures, Virtual Cash (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dip command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dir variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
DIR_COLORS files: 4.4.2. Listing Files (Running Linux)
direct memory access (DMA): 3.3.2.1. Isolating hardware problems (Running Linux)
listing channels in use: 5.6. The /proc filesystem (Running Linux)
directives, Apache: 0.3.4. Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
3.6.1. MaxClients (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
actions with CGI: 4.9. Actions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
anonymous access: 5.8.1. Anonymous (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
authentication: 5.2. Authentication Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
browsers: 4.6.4. Browsers (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
caching: 9.2. Caching (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CGI scripts: 4.3. Script Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
cipher suites: 13.8.1. SSLRequiredCiphers (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
controlling virtual hosts: 3.6. Controlling Virtual Hosts on Unix (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
environment variables: 4.6. Setting Environment Variables (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
expiration: 3.15. Expirations (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
handlers: 4.8. Handlers (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
housekeeping: 3.4. Other Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
HTTP response headers: 3.10. HTTP Response Headers (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
indexing: 7.1. Making Better Indexes in Apache (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
limiting application of: 3.3. Block Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
5.2.5. Limit (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
logging: 11.5. Logging the Action (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
metafiles: 3.14. CERN Metafiles (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
multiple Apache copies: 3.9. Two Copies of Apache (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
overriding: 5.12. Overrides (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
proxy servers: 9.1. Proxy Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
redirection: 8. Redirection (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
rewriting URLs: 8.8. Rewrite (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
SSL: 13.7. Apache-SSL's Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
user information: 5.10. Automatic User Information (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
directives, cpp: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
directories: 4.4.1. Directories (Running Linux)
4.16. Important Directories (Running Linux)
CGI scripts, current working directory: 3.1. The CGI Environment (CGI Programming with Perl)
changing: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
controlling access to: 5.6.1. Allow from (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
copying files into: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
copying hierarchies with tar: 7.1.4. tar Tricks (Running Linux)
creating: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
current working: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
deleting: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
. (current): 4.10. What Is a Command? (Running Linux)
.. (parent): 4.4.1. Directories (Running Linux)
enabling SSI for: 6.2.1. Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
execute permission for: 2.4.4. Unix Permissions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
execute permissions (CGI), turning off: 1.4.1.2. Configuring by extension (CGI Programming with Perl)
files, listing with glob notation: 17.1.8. Avoid the Shell (CGI Programming with Perl)
fonts, specifying with FONTS_DIR constant: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
GD/Graph directory: 13.4.3. GD::Graph3D (CGI Programming with Perl)
home: 5.7.1. The passwd File (Running Linux)
home directory: 8.5. UserDir (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
indexes of (see indexing)
limiting directives to: 3.3.2. <Directory> and <DirectoryMatch> (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
listing contents of: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
lost+found: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
opendir function: 12.2. Searching One by One, Take Two (CGI Programming with Perl)
organizing projects with: 16.1.2. Use Directories to Organize Your Projects (CGI Programming with Perl)
per-directory configuration: 14.3. Per-Directory Configuration (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
15.3.2. Create Per-Directory Config Structure (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
15.3.4. Per-Directory Merger (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
permissions for: 4.13.1. What Permissions Mean (Running Linux)
printer: 8.4.10.1. Setting up printer directories (Running Linux)
printing names of: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
renaming: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
root: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
running all scripts in: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
site_perl directory, saving error module in: 5.5.4. Custom Module (CGI Programming with Perl)
size, calculating with dir_size subroutine: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
stacking: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
upload directory, setting MAX_DIR_SIZE: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
URL paths for CGI scripts, mapping to: 2.1.1. Elements of a URL (CGI Programming with Perl)
web site: 1.1. How Does Apache Work? (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Windows, mounting with Samba: 12.1.2. Using Samba to Mount Directories from Windows Systems on Your Network (Running Linux)
world access to: 15.1.1. Application Permissions (CGI Programming with Perl)
write permission, Unix systems: 10.1.2. Write Permissions (CGI Programming with Perl)
directors file: 16.2.1.7. smail runtime configuration files (Running Linux)
directory and file structure, Apache server: 1.4. Web Server Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI scripts, configuring by file name extensions: 1.4.1.2. Configuring by extension (CGI Programming with Perl)
creating directory for CGI scripts: 1.4.1. Configuring CGI Scripts (CGI Programming with Perl)
directory tree on web server, separate for web developers: 16.1.1. Plan for Future Growth (CGI Programming with Perl)
DirectoryIndex directive: 7.2.1. DirectoryIndex (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
type maps: 6.4. Type Maps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
DirectoryIndex directive, adding to httpd.conf: 6.2.1. Configuration (CGI Programming with Perl)
dirname command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dirs command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dirs command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dirstack variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
disabling
caching with header method (-expires argument): 5.3.1.3. Caching (CGI Programming with Perl)
swap space: 6.2.3. Disabling Swap Space (Running Linux)
user accounts: 5.7.6. Deleting and Disabling Accounts (Running Linux)
disass command (gdb): 14.1.6.2. Instruction-level debugging (Running Linux)
disconnect( ): 4.4.2. Disconnection (Programming the Perl DBI)
5.1.4. Finishing a Data Fetch Early (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.6.1. Database Handle Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
transaction handling: 6.3.4. Disconnecting, One Way or Another (Programming the Perl DBI)
disconnect function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
disk manager (see fdisk utility)
disk navigator, KDE: 16.3.1.4. Panel (Linux in a Nutshell)
disk= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
disk paging: 1.4.3. Kernel (Running Linux)
disk space: 1.9.4. Hard Drive Space Requirements (Running Linux)
(see also hard drives)
CD-ROM and tape drive storage: 1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage (Running Linux)
hard space geometry, specifying: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
log files: 8.3. Managing System Logs (Running Linux)
multiple filesystems and: 2.2.3. Linux Partition Requirements (Running Linux)
reserving for ramdisk: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
software requirements: 2.2.3. Linux Partition Requirements (Running Linux)
specifying partition size: 3.1.3. Creating Linux Partitions (Running Linux)
troubleshooting hard drives: 3.3.2.2. Problems recognizing hard drive or controller (Running Linux)
disks
booting information: 4.1. The Boot Process (Linux in a Nutshell)
copying archives to: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
formatting: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
parameters: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.2.1.1. Global options (Linux in a Nutshell)
partitioning: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
space on (see memory)
usage information for: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
writing filesystem buffers to: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
disktab= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
disown command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
display (see terminals)
display command (gdb): 14.1.6.2. Instruction-level debugging (Running Linux)
display scan and refresh rates: 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
display, separating from primary code: 16.1.5. Separating Display from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
display utility (ImageMagick): 9.4.1. ImageMagick (Running Linux)
displaying
escape sequences: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
reverse linefeeds: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
DISTINCT keyword: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
distributed environments: 1.1. From Mainframes to Workstations (Programming the Perl DBI)
distributing software, package for: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
distributions
Linux: 1.7. Open Source and the Philosophy of Linux (Running Linux)
1.5. Sources and Licenses (Linux in a Nutshell)
2.1. Distributions of Linux (Running Linux)
installation differences: 3.1.6. Installing the Software (Running Linux)
smail and: 16.2.1. The smail Mail Transport Agent (Running Linux)
source: 7.2.3. Upgrading Other Software (Running Linux)
distributions directory (on CD-ROM): 0.2. The Demonstration CD-ROM (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
DLEINT datatype: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
DLLs (see shared libraries)
DMA (direct memory access): 3.3.2.1. Isolating hardware problems (Running Linux)
listing channels in use: 5.6. The /proc filesystem (Running Linux)
dma file (/proc): 5.6. The /proc filesystem (Running Linux)
DMB files: 5.5.1. DBM Files on Unix (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dmesg command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
DML (Data Manipulation Language) commands: 3.3. Querying Data (Programming the Perl DBI)
3.4. Modifying Data Within Tables (Programming the Perl DBI)
DNS (Domain Name Service): 15.1.1. TCP/IP Concepts (Running Linux)
16.2.3.1. Registering an address (Running Linux)
configuring: 15.2.1.3.3. Configuring DNS (Running Linux)
DNS (Domain Name System): 2.3.3. Name Service (Linux in a Nutshell)
DNS, reverse lookup: 3.4.17. HostNameLookups (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dnsdomainname command (TCP/IP): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
do( ): 5.2. Executing Non-SELECT Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.6.1. Database Handle Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
vs. prepare( ): (Programming the Perl DBI) 5.5. do( ) Versus prepare( )
do( ) method: 20.1. Module: MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
do command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
do function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
do method on database handle, creating table with: 10.4.2.1. Address book database creation script (CGI Programming with Perl)
doc file format: 12.1.5. File Translation Utilities (Running Linux)
document model (Bonobo): B.5.1.5. The Bonobo component and document model (Running Linux)
Document Object Model (DOM): 7.1.1. History (CGI Programming with Perl)
document processing: 9.3. Text and Document Processing (Running Linux)
document root (servers), separating from CGI script directory: 1.4.1.1. Configuring by directory (CGI Programming with Perl)
document type definitions (see DTDs)
documentation: 0.1.1. Online Documentation (Linux in a Nutshell)
A. Sources of Linux Information (Running Linux)
0.1. Why People Like Linux (Running Linux)
1.10. Sources of Linux Information (Running Linux)
AddDescription directive: 7.1.6. AddDescription (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
code, standards for: 16.2. Coding Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
configuring httpd: 16.1.3. Configuring Your Own WWW Server (Running Linux)
Dosemu: 12.2.3. Installing and Configuring Dosemu (Running Linux)
Elm mailer: 16.2.4.3. Elm documentation (Running Linux)
Emacs: 10.3.16. Detail Information Help Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.2.3. Tutorial and Online Help (Running Linux)
headers: 7.1.12. HeaderName (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Info (see Info pages)
info files: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
LDP: A. Sources of Linux Information (Running Linux)
A.2. Linux Documentation Project Manuals (Running Linux)
0.1. Why People Like Linux (Running Linux)
0.1. Why People Like Linux (Running Linux)
1.10.2. Books and Other Published Works (Running Linux)
LILO configuration: 5.2.2.3. Specifying boot time options (Running Linux)
man pages: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
manual pages: 4.12. Manual Pages (Running Linux)
Perl: 13.4. Using Perl (Running Linux)
Perl viewer for: B.2. perldoc (CGI Programming with Perl)
printer: 8.4.2. Gathering Resources (Running Linux)
TCP/IP: 2.3. Overview of TCP/IP (Linux in a Nutshell)
15.1. Networking with TCP/IP (Running Linux)
technical support: A. Support Organizations (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
TeX: 9.3.1.3. Further reading (Running Linux)
Texinfo: 9.3.3. Texinfo (Running Linux)
vi editor: 9.1.12. Extending vi (Running Linux)
XFree86: 10.4. Configuring XFree86 (Running Linux)
DOCUMENT_NAME variable: 6.2.3. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
DocumentRoot directive: 2.4.2.1. DocumentRoot (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
CGI scripts: 4.2.2. Script in DocumentRoot (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
documents
CGI scripts, outputting: 3.3.1.1. Outputting documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTML: (Running Linux) 16.1.4. Writing HTML Documents
expiration time, setting: 5.3.1.3. Caching (CGI Programming with Perl)
starting and ending: 5.3.2. Starting and Ending Documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
media types
declaring in HTTP headers: 1.2.1. Sample CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
listing in web server response header: 1.2. Introduction to CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
DOCUMENT_URI variable: 6.2.3. Environment Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
dollar sign ($) pattern-matching metacharacter: 9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
DOM (Document Object Model): B.5.1.3. XML/DOM libraries (Running Linux)
domain name: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation (Running Linux)
registering: 16.2.3.1. Registering an address (Running Linux)
Domain Name Service (DNS): 15.1.1. TCP/IP Concepts (Running Linux)
16.2.3.1. Registering an address (Running Linux)
configuring: 15.2.1.3.3. Configuring DNS (Running Linux)
domain names
multiple, mapped to one IP address: 2.3.2.1. Host (CGI Programming with Perl)
remote machine, obtaining from environment variables: 1.2.1. Sample CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
in URLs: 2.1.1. Elements of a URL (CGI Programming with Perl)
domainname command: 15.4.2. Configuring NIS (Running Linux)
3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
domains: 2.6.2. Domains (Linux in a Nutshell)
doPost( ) method: 14.4. A Guest Book Servlet (MySQL & mSQL)
DOS (see MS-DOS)
DOS-FAT filesystem: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types (Running Linux)
DOS window for Apache: 2.5. Setting Up a Win32 Server (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Dosemu emulator: 12.2. Sharing Programs (Running Linux)
12.2.1. DOS Emulators: Dosemu and xdos (Running Linux)
installing and configuring: 12.2.3. Installing and Configuring Dosemu (Running Linux)
obtaining: 12.2.2. Getting Dosemu and xdos (Running Linux)
dosemu.conf file: 12.2.3. Installing and Configuring Dosemu (Running Linux)
dosfsck command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dot (.)
bash shell command: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
for current directory: 4.10. What Is a Command? (Running Linux)
dot-termination of mail: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation (Running Linux)
.. for parent directory: 4.4.1. Directories (Running Linux)
pattern-matching metacharacter: 9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
starting filenames: 4.4.2. Listing Files (Running Linux)
for current directory: 4.10. What Is a Command? (Running Linux)
dot-termination of mail: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation (Running Linux)
.. for parent directory: 4.4.1. Directories (Running Linux)
starting filenames: 4.4.2. Listing Files (Running Linux)
dot clock: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information (Running Linux)
dot-termination: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation (Running Linux)
.. (dot-dot) for parent directory: 4.4.2. Listing Files (Running Linux)
dotted quad notation: 15.1.1. TCP/IP Concepts (Running Linux)
double quotes: 1.2.1. Sample CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
(see also quotes)
enclosing "here" documents in: 1.2.1. Sample CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
escaping with backslash (\) in HTML: 5.4.1. Lots of print Statements (CGI Programming with Perl)
strings, @ character in: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
DOUBLEPRECISION datatype: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
doublesided printing: 8.4.4. Checking Print Utilities (Running Linux)
DoubleSpace: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types (Running Linux)
doubleval( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
down command (lpc): 8.4.12. Controlling Printer Services with lpc (Running Linux)
downgrade-1.0 variable: 4.6.5.3. downgrade-1.0 (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dpkg command (Debian): 5.2. The Debian Package Manager (Linux in a Nutshell)
5.2.5. Debian Package Manager Command Summary (Linux in a Nutshell)
dpkg-deb command (Debian): 5.2. The Debian Package Manager (Linux in a Nutshell)
5.2.5. Debian Package Manager Command Summary (Linux in a Nutshell)
dpkg-split command (Debian): 5.2.5. Debian Package Manager Command Summary (Linux in a Nutshell)
DPMS (Display Power Management System), KDE: 16.3.2.6. DPMS (Linux in a Nutshell)
drag-and-drop (KDE): 11.3. The K Desktop Environment (Running Linux)
drawing primitives (gd): 13.3.2. Using GD (CGI Programming with Perl)
$drh driver handle: 4.2.1. Driver Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
dritebuffer option: 16.1.2. Command line variables (MySQL & mSQL)
"Drive not bootable" error: 3.3.4.2. Problems booting Linux from the hard drive (Running Linux)
Driver database handle attribute: A.6.2.3. Databases in which a transaction must be explicitly started (Programming the Perl DBI)
driver handles: 4.2.1. Driver Handles (Programming the Perl DBI)
Driver interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
driver-specific attributes: 6.1. Handle Attributes and Metadata (Programming the Perl DBI)
DriverManager interface: 14.1.1. The Database Connection (MySQL & mSQL)
22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
DriverPropertyInfo( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
DriverPropertyInfo interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
drivers (see device drivers)
drivers, databases: 10.4. DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBD::CSV DBI driver, using: 10.4.1. Using DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBD::CSV, loading: 10.4.1.1. Connecting to DBI (CGI Programming with Perl)
DBD::Oracle: 16.1.6. Separating Storage from Your Primary Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
drives: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
(see also disk space, hard drives)
names for: 3.1.2. Drives and Partitions Under Linux (Running Linux)
partitioning (see partitions/filesystems; repartitioning)
DriveSpace: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types (Running Linux)
drop database command: 17.1. MySQL Utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
17.2. mSQL Utilities (MySQL & mSQL)
drop DATABASENAME command: 4.4.1.6. Command line options for mysqladmin (MySQL & mSQL)
Drop DB command: 4.4.1.4. Server status (MySQL & mSQL)
drop-down menus: 4.2.4. The <SELECT> Tag (CGI Programming with Perl)
drop option: 4.4.1.2. Database destruction (MySQL & mSQL)
5.5.1.2. Database destruction (MySQL & mSQL)
drop shadow
adding to text banner: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
moving horizontally and vertically: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
DROP statement: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
15.2. mSQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
DROP TABLE command: 6.2. Creating and Dropping Tables (MySQL & mSQL)
dropdb function: 21.3. Msql.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
dselect command (Debian): 5.2. The Debian Package Manager (Linux in a Nutshell)
5.2.5. Debian Package Manager Command Summary (Linux in a Nutshell)
DSO (Dynamic Shared Objects): 12.12. DSO (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
dspmbyte variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
DTDs (document type definitions): 14.3. Document Type Definition (CGI Programming with Perl)
defining for data validation: 14.2. An Introduction to XML (CGI Programming with Perl)
optional nature of: 14.3. Document Type Definition (CGI Programming with Perl)
web page information on: 14.5. CGI Gateway to XML Middleware (CGI Programming with Perl)
du command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.9. Saving Your Output (Running Linux)
dual booting
Linux and Windows 95/98: 4.2. LILO: The Linux Loader (Linux in a Nutshell)
Linux and Windows NT/2000: 4.4. Dual Booting Linux and Windows NT/2000 (Linux in a Nutshell)
duconv utility: 12.1.5. File Translation Utilities (Running Linux)
dumpe2fs command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dump2h utility: 4.5.2.4. Programming interfaces (MySQL & mSQL)
dumping variables to browser for checking: 15.3.4. Dumping Variables (CGI Programming with Perl)
dumpkeys command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
dump_results( ): 5.1.3.1. A quick way to fetch and print (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.7.1.1. Datatypes for placeholders (Programming the Perl DBI)
dump_results function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
dunique variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
DVD-ROM drives: 1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage (Running Linux)
1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage (Running Linux)
.dvi files: 9.3.1.2. Formatting and printing (Running Linux)
dynamic
linked libraries (see shared libraries)
routing information: 15.1.3.2. The networking rc files (Running Linux)
dynamic content, problems with caching: 2.5.2. Caching (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic database access: 14.3. Dynamic Database Access (MySQL & mSQL)
dynamic filenames, security risks: 8.5.1. Dynamic Filenames (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic HTML: 9.1. What Is CGI? (MySQL & mSQL)
12.1. Alternatives for Dynamic Content on the Web (MySQL & mSQL)
dynamic images, generating: 13. Creating Graphics on the Fly (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic images in HTML: 13.2.2. Including Dynamic Images in HTML (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic information, HTML documents
access counters: 6.2.6. Executing CGI Programs (CGI Programming with Perl)
creating with SSI: 6.2. Server Side Includes (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic resources, CGI support of: 1.1.1. How CGI Is Used Today (CGI Programming with Perl)
dynamic SQL, processing: 14.3.2. Processing Dynamic SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
dynamic tag: 12.1. Alternatives for Dynamic Content on the Web (MySQL & mSQL)
dynamic text banners, embedding in static HTML documents: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)


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