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To remove a software package from your system, first use rpm -qi to make sure it is actually installed, and then use the -e option to uninstall it. As with the -qi option, you needn't use the full name of the installed file. You only need the name of the application. In the next example, the user removes the xtetris game from the system:
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An important update you may need to perform is to update the Xfree86 packages. If you install a new video card or a monitor, and the current Xfree86 package does not support it, chances are the new one will. Simply download those packages from the distribution update sites and install them with the RPM update operation, as shown here:
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3. This will create a directory with the name of the software, in this case kreatcd-1.0.0. Change to this directory with the cd command.
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5. Now issue the command ./configure. This generates a compiler configuration for your particular system.
./configure
6. Compile the software with the make command.
make
7. Finally, install the program with the make install command.
make install
That is it. Most KDE and Gnome software will also place an entry for the program in the appropriate menus; for example, a KreateCD entry will be placed in the KDE Applications menu. You can then run KreateCD from the menu entry. You could also open a terminal window and enter the program's name. Note You can change your display manager interface using the GDM Configurator accessible from the Gnome System menu. Here you can change the background image, set up
automatic logins, and elect to display a user face browser to show a selectable image for each user on your system.
5: Network Configuration
Overview
This chapter discusses the network configuration tools available for easily configuring network connections on Red Hat Linux. Network configuration differs depending on whether you are connected to a local area network (LAN) with an Ethernet card or you use a dial-up ISP connection. You had the opportunity to enter your LAN network settings during the installation process. For a dial-up ISP using a modem, you will have to configure your network connection using a PPP configuration utility such as the Red Hat PPP Dialer or KDE's Kppp. Table 5-1 lists the different Red Hat network configuration tools. On Red Hat Linux, you can configure both LAN and PPP connections using the Red Hat Network Configuration tool (redhat=config=network). As an alternative to Network Configuration, you can use Webmin. For PPP connections, you can use RP3, the Red Hat PPP Dialer, as well as Kppp Network Configuration. The Red Hat PPP Dialer utility provides an easy-to-use interface with panels for login information, modem configuration, and dial-up connections. For DSL and ISDN, you can use asdl-config and isdn-config, accessible from the Internet on the System menu. Table 5-1: Network Configuration Utilities Network Configuration Utility Description redhat=config=network RP3 Webmin isdn-config adsl-config adsl-setup Red Hat Network Configuration, access on System menu Red Hat PPP Dialer, access on Internet menu Webmin network configuration, access with browser on localhost:10000 ISDN configuration, access on System menu with internet-config DSL configuration, access on System menu with internet-config DSL configuration (command line interface), part of the rp-pppoe package (Roaring Penguin Point to Point Protocol on Ethernet) K Desktop PPP configuration and connection, access through internet-config on System menu Point to Point Protocol daemon, enter on a command line PPP connection, enter on a command line and use connection script
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