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Index: C

C, C++ languages: 1.5.4. Programming Languages and Utilities
13.1. Programming with gcc
13.1.8. Using C++
compiler: 13.1. Programming with gcc
shared libraries: 13.1.7.1. Creating shared libraries
compiler, uprading: 7.2.2. Upgrading the Compiler
C mode (Emacs): 9.2.7. Running Commands and Programming Within Emacs
cables: 3.3.2.3. Problems with SCSI controllers and devices
calculator window (KDE): 11.3.2. Using KDE
call stack: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File
calls program: 14.2.2. Profiling and Performance Tools
cancel command: 9.5. Printing
"Cannot Access Memory At Address..." error: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File
Canvas engine for GNOME: B.5.1.4. The Canvas/Libart engines
carriage-return characters: 8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware
8.4.7. Print Filters
case sensitivity: 4.1. Logging In
12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba
cat command: 4.4.3. Viewing Files, More or Less
8.4.1. Checking Printer Hardware
cd command: 4.4.1. Directories
CD-R drives: 1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage
CD-ROM drives: 1.9.6.2. CD -ROM and DVD-ROM storage
Alpha systems with: C.3. Identifying Your Alpha System
drivers: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel
cdm206= parameter (linux): 3.1.1. Booting Linux
CDplayer program: 1.5.10. Other Applications
/cdrom directory: 6.1.2. Mounting Filesystems
cdrom service: 12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba
cdu31a= parameter (linux): 3.1.1. Booting Linux
CGI scripts: 16.1.5.2. Writing the CGI script
CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol): 15.2.1.3.5. PAP and CHAP
character devices: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel
chat utility: 15.2.1.1. Requirements
15.2.1.3.1. Writing a chat script
check option (mount): 12.1.1. Mounting DOS, VFAT, and NTFS Partitions
Checker package: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File
14.2.5. Using Checker
checking filesystems: 6.1.5. Checking and Repairing Filesystems
checking in files (see revision control)
chgrp command: 4.14. Changing the Owner, Group, and Permissions
chipsets, Alpha systems: C.4.2. CPU, Support Chipset, Board, and System Identification
chipsets, X Window System and: 10.2. Hardware Requirements
chmod command: 3.3.4.4. Problems using the system
4.14. Changing the Owner, Group, and Permissions
chown command: 4.14. Changing the Owner, Group, and Permissions
5.7.7. Modifying User Accounts
CHRP platform: D.1.1. Other PowerPC Platforms
chsh command: 4.5. Shells
ci command: 14.2.7. Revision Control Tools--RCS
14.2.7. Revision Control Tools--RCS
circumflex (^): 4.6. Useful Keys and How to Get Them to Work
CLASSPATH environment variable: 13.6.3. A Working Example of Java
client, X (see X Window System)
CLISP: 13.7. Other Languages
ClockChip command: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information
clocks: 11.4.6. Clocks
dot: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information
co command: 14.2.7. Revision Control Tools--RCS
code
debugging (see debugging)
indenting: 14.2.10. Indenting Code
languages (see programming languages)
optimizing: 13.1.2. gcc Features
13.1.5. Optimizing
14.1.1. Tracing a Program
Coherent filesystem: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types
col text filter: 9.5. Printing
colcrt text filter: 9.5. Printing
colors
Emacs and: 11.4.7. Emacs
11.4.7. Emacs
fvwm and: 11.2.1. Configuring fvwm
KDE desktop background: 11.3.2. Using KDE
KDE window contents: 11.3.2. Using KDE
virtual consoles: 8.5. Setting Terminal Attributes
combine utility (ImageMagick): 9.4.1. ImageMagick
command history: 4.7.2. Moving Around Among Commands
command-line editing: 4.7. Typing Shortcuts
command mode (vi): 9.1.2. Inserting Text and Moving Around
commands: 1.5.1. Basic Commands and Utilities
shell, vi and: 9.1.9. Running Shell Commands
startup, in rc files: 5.3.3. rc files
Unix, popular: 4.4. Popular Commands
comments
in Emacs: 9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs
Texinfo: 9.3.3.1. Writing the Texinfo source
commercial development: 1.7. Open Source and the Philosophy of Linux
commercial Linux applications: 1.5.3. Commercial Applications
communications (see telecommunications)
compact option (LILO): G.1. Global Options
Compaq Alpha (see Alpha systems)
Compaq Portable Math Library (CPML): C.7.2. Performance and Library Tuning
compiler, C (see gcc)
compiler, Java: 13.6.2. Getting Java for Linux
13.6.3. A Working Example of Java
compiling within Emacs: 9.2.7. Running Commands and Programming Within Emacs
compression: 7.1. Archive and Compression Utilities
8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip?
8.6.3. Restoring Files from Backup
bzip2 utility: 7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2
compress program: 7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2
gzip utility: 7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2
tar utility with: 7.1.3. Using tar with gzip
log files: 8.3. Managing System Logs
CompuServe, obtaining Linux from: 2.1.3. Getting Linux from Other Online Sources
computer graphics (see graphics)
concept index: 9.3.3.1. Writing the Texinfo source
9.3.3.1. Writing the Texinfo source
Concurrent Version System (CVS): 14.2.8. Revision Control Tools--CVS
over Internet: 14.2.8.3. CVS over the Internet
configure (script): 14.2.4. make and imake
configuring
DNS: 15.2.1.3.3. Configuring DNS
Dosemu: 12.2.3. Installing and Configuring Dosemu
Elm mailer: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation
fvwm: 11.2.1. Configuring fvwm
Ghostscript: 8.4.6. Configuring Ghostscript
ISDN hardware: 15.3.1. Configuring Your ISDN Hardware
KDE desktop: 11.3.2. Using KDE
LILO: 5.2.2.1. The /etc/lilo.conf file
NET-4: 15.1.3. Configuring TCP/IP with Ethernet
NFS and NIS: 15.4. NFS and NIS Configuration
note-taking: 8.6. What to Do in an Emergency
Samba: 12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba
smail: 16.2.1.2. Configuring a Linux-installed smail package
TCP/IP with Ethernet: 15.1.3. Configuring TCP/IP with Ethernet
video cards: 10.5. Filling in Video Card Information
World Wide Web server: 16.1.3. Configuring Your Own WWW Server
XFree86: 10.4. Configuring XFree86
ConfigXF86 program: 10.4. Configuring XFree86
CONNECT signal: 15.2.1.3.1. Writing a chat script
consoles
Alpha system software: C.4.2. CPU, Support Chipset, Board, and System Identification
drivers: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel
Linux/SPARC systems: F.4. Installation from a Serial Console
F.6. Bootable Devices and Consoles
virtual: 4.3. Virtual Consoles
5.3.3. rc files
8.5. Setting Terminal Attributes
constant-width text: 16.1.4.6. More HTML features
Content-Length header: 16.2.4.1. Preparing for installation
continue command (gdb): 14.1.6.1. Breakpoints and watchpoints
control-panel program: 3.2.1. Creating a User Account
15.1.3.2. The networking rc files
controller, hard drive: 3.3.2.2. Problems recognizing hard drive or controller
controllers, SCSI (see SCSI drive controllers)
conv option (mount): 12.1.1. Mounting DOS, VFAT, and NTFS Partitions
convert utility (ImageMagick): 9.4.1. ImageMagick
copying: 9.2.4. Deleting, Copying, and Moving Text
(see also cutting and pasting)
directory hierarchies with tar: 7.1.4. tar Tricks
copyright, Linux: 1.6. About Linux's Copyright
CORBA system: B.5.2. The Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA)
core files: 1.4.3. Kernel
1.5.4. Programming Languages and Utilities
14.1.1. Tracing a Program
14.1.1. Tracing a Program
14.1.2. Examining a Core File
Corel WordPerfect: 1.5.3. Commercial Applications
9.3.4. Word Processors
12.1.5. File Translation Utilities
corrupt files: 8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip?
8.6.2. Accessing Damaged Files
cost of Linux: 1. Introduction to Linux
1.3. Who's Using Linux?
1.6. About Linux's Copyright
1.8.4. Other Implementations of Unix
cp command: 5.2.1. Using a Boot Floppy
8.1. Making Backups
cpio utility: 8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip?
CP/M operating system: 12.2. Sharing Programs
CPML (Compaq Portable Math Library): C.7.2. Performance and Library Tuning
CPU
Alpha systems: C.4.2. CPU, Support Chipset, Board, and System Identification
architectures: 1.4.2. A Bag of Features
requirements for Linux: 1.9.1. Motherboard and CPU Requirements
time: 4.18. Processes
crashes (see core files)
cron directory: 8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron
cron utility: 8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron
crontab command (see cron utility)
csh (C shell): 4.5. Shells
13.3. Shell Programming
Ctrl-Alt-Del sequence: 3.2.4. Shutting Down the System
5.3.3. rc files
5.5. Shutting Down the System
customizing
Emacs: 9.2.2. Simple Editing Commands
9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs
14.1.6.3. Using Emacs with gdb
fvwm: 11.2.2. More Customizations
Netscape Navigator: 16.1.1. Using Netscape Navigator
X Windows System: 11. Customizing Your X Environment
cutting and pasting: 11.4.7. Emacs
in Emacs: 9.2.4. Deleting, Copying, and Moving Text
in vi: 9.1.11. Moving Text, and Using Registers
in xterm: 11.4.3. Cutting and Pasting Selections
CVF-FAT extension to DOS-FAT: 6.1.1. Filesystem Types
CVS (Concurrent Version System): 14.2.8. Revision Control Tools--CVS
over Internet: 14.2.8.3. CVS over the Internet
CVSROOT environment variable: 14.2.8.1. Setting up a CVS repository
cylinders: 3.1.1. Booting Linux
3.1.3. Creating Linux Partitions
3.3.2.2. Problems recognizing hard drive or controller
3.3.2.3. Problems with SCSI controllers and devices
cylinders= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options


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