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The redupd macro, defined next, changes to a directory where it then downloads Red Hat updates for the current release. It also changes to a local directory where the update files are to be placed. The prompt command turns off the download prompts for each file. The mget command then downloads the files. The macro assumes you are connected to the Red Hat FTP site.
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A sample .netrc file follows with macros defined for both specific and default entries. An empty line is placed after each macro definition. You can define several macros for a machine or the default entry. The macro definitions following a machine entry up to the next machine entry are automatically defined for that machine connection. .netrc
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The World Wide Web (WWW, or the Web) is a hypertext database of different types of information, distributed across many different sites on the Internet. A hypertext database consists of items linked to other items, which, in turn, may be linked to yet other items, and so on. Upon retrieving an item, you can use that item to retrieve any related items. For example, you could retrieve an article on the Amazon rain forest and then use it to retrieve a map or a picture of the rain forest. In this respect, a hypertext database is like a web of interconnected data you can trace from one data item to another. Information is displayed in pages known as Web pages. On a Web page, certain keywords are highlighted that form links to other Web pages or to items, such as pictures, articles, or files. The Web links data across different sites on the Internet throughout the world. The Web originated in Europe at CERN research laboratories, and CERN remains the original Web server. An Internet site that operates as a Web server is known as a Web site. Such Web sites are often dedicated to specialized topics or institutions-for example, the Smithsonian Web site or the NASA Web site. These Web sites usually have an Internet address that begins with "www", as in www.redhat.com, the Web site for Red Hat, Inc. Once connected to a Web site, you can use hypertext links to move from one Web page to another. To access the Web, you use a client program called a browser. You can choose from many different Web browsers. Browsers are available for use on Unix, Windows, the Mac, and Linux. Certain browsers, such as Netscape and Mozilla, have versions that operate on all such systems. On your Linux system, you can choose from several Web browsers, including Netscape Navigator. Navigator is available as part of all Linux distributions. Netscape and Mozilla are X Windows-based browsers that provide full picture, sound, and video display capabilities. Most distributions also include the Lynx browser, a line-mode browser that displays only lines of text. The K Desktop incorporates Web browser capabilities into its file manager, letting a directory window operate as a Web browser. Gnome-based browsers, such as Express and Mnemonic, are also designed to be easily enhanced.
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gopher and ftp initiate Gopher and FTP sessions, whereas file displays a local file on your own system, such as a text or an HTML file. Table 20-1 lists the various transfer protocols. Table 20-1: Web Protocols Description Hypertext Transfer Protocol for Web site access Access Gopher site File Transfer Protocol for anonymous FTP connections Makes a telnet connection Access WAIS site Reading Usenet news; uses Net News Transfer Protocol (NNTP)
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