openSUSE 12.3


Date de publication 12/08/2013

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Table des matières

A propos de ce guide
1. Documentation disponible
2. Remarques
3. Conventions de la documentation
4. À propos de la création de ce manuel
5. Code source
6. Remerciements
I. Installation and Basics
1. Installation Quick Start
1.1. Bienvenue dans openSUSE
1.2. Configuration requise
1.3. Installation de openSUSE
2. KDE Quick Start
2.1. Démarrage rapide
2.2. The Standard KDE Desktop
2.3. Starting programs
2.4. Handling Media
2.5. Adapt your desktop
2.6. Application of desktop effects
2.7. Use of virtual desktops
2.8. Management of files and folders
2.9. Browsing on the Internet
2.10. Managing Passwords
2.11. E-mail and Calendar
2.12. Instant Messaging with Kopete
2.13. Starting LibreOffice
2.14. Viewing PDF Files and Other Documents
2.15. Search for data (with Strigi)
2.16. Creating a CD or DVD
2.17. Manage your collection of digital images
2.18. Managing your music collection
2.19. Ending Your Session
2.20. For More Information
3. GNOME Quick Start
3.1. Getting Started
3.2. The standard GNOME desktop
3.3. Fallback Mode
3.4. "Open Application" dialog box“
3.5. Manage Files, Folders and Media
3.6. Customizing your Work Environment
3.7. Browsing the Internet with Firefox
3.8. Managing Passwords
3.9. E-mail and Calendar
3.10. Instant Messaging with Empathy
3.11. Starting LibreOffice
3.12. Viewing PDF Files and Other Documents
3.13. Managing Your Digital Image Collection
3.14. Managing Your Music and Videos
3.15. Ending Your Session
3.16. For More Information
4. LibreOffice Quick Start
4.1. Compatibility
4.2. LibreOffice Modules
4.3. Starting LibreOffice
4.4. LibreOffice Writer
4.5. LibreOffice Calc
4.6. Other LibreOffice Modules
4.7. For More Information
II. Managing and Updating Software
5. Installation et Désinstallation de Logiciels
5.1. Définitions
5.2. Utilisation de l'interface KDE (Qt)
5.3. Using the GNOME Interface (GTK+)
5.4. Managing Software Repositories and Services
5.5. Keeping the System Up-to-date
6. YaST Online Update
6.1. The Online Update Dialog
6.2. Installing Patches
6.3. Automatic Online Update
7. Installing Packages From the Internet
8. Installing Add-On Products
8.1. Add-Ons
8.2. Binary Drivers
9. Managing Software with Command Line Tools
9.1. Using Zypper
9.2. RPM—the Package Manager
III. Administration
10. Managing Users with YaST
10.1. User and Group Administration Dialog
10.2. Managing User Accounts
10.3. Additional Options for User Accounts
10.4. Changing Default Settings for Local Users
10.5. Assigning Users to Groups
10.6. Managing Groups
10.7. Changing the User Authentication Method
11. Changing Language and Country Settings with YaST
11.1. Changing the System Language
11.2. Changing the Country and Time Settings
12. YaST in Text Mode
12.1. Navigation in Modules
12.2. Restriction of Key Combinations
12.3. YaST Command Line Options
13. Setting Up Hardware Components with YaST
13.1. Hardware Information
13.2. Setting Up Sound Cards
13.3. Setting Up a Scanner
14. Printer Operation
14.1. The Workflow of the Printing System
14.2. Methods and Protocols for Connecting Printers
14.3. Installing the Software
14.4. Setting Up a Printer
14.5. Network Printers
14.6. Printing from the Command Line
14.7. Special Features in openSUSE
14.8. Troubleshooting
15. Installing and Configuring Fonts for the Graphical User Interface
15.1. Adding Fonts
16. Upgrading the System and System Changes
16.1. Upgrading the System
16.2. For More Information
IV. The Bash Shell
17. Shell Basics
17.1. Starting a Shell
17.2. Entering Commands
17.3. Working with Files and Directories
17.4. Becoming Root
17.5. File Access Permissions
17.6. Useful Features of the Shell
17.7. Editing Texts
17.8. Searching for Files or Contents
17.9. Viewing Text Files
17.10. Redirection and Pipes
17.11. Starting Programs and Handling Processes
17.12. Important Linux Commands
18. Bash and Bash Scripts
18.1. What is « The Shell »?
18.2. Writing Shell Scripts
18.3. Redirecting Command Events
18.4. Using Aliases
18.5. Using Variables in Bash
18.6. Grouping And Combining Commands
18.7. Working with Common Flow Constructs
18.8. For More Information
A. Aide et problèmes
A.1. Help and Documentation
A.2. Common Problems and Their Solutions
A.3. Legal Notice
A.4. GNU Free Documentation License

Liste des illustrations

5.1. Gestionnaire de conflit du gestionnaire de logiciels
5.2. Conflict Management of the Software Manager
5.3. KDE Software Updater
5.4. GNOME Update Applet
6.1. YaST Online Update—Qt Interface
6.2. YaST Online Update—GTK Interface
10.1. YaST User and Group Administration
12.1. Main Window of YaST in Text Mode
12.2. The Software Installation Module
A.1. US Keyboard Layout

Liste des tableaux

4.1. The LibreOffice Modules
4.2. Navigation Shortcuts
9.1. The Most Important RPM Query Options
9.2. RPM Verify Options
17.1. Access Permissions For Files And Directories
18.1. Bash Configuration Files for Login Shells
18.2. Bash Configuration Files for Non-Login Shells
18.3. Special Files for Bash
18.4. Overview of a Standard Directory Tree
18.5. Useful Environment Variables
A.1. Man Pages—Categories and Descriptions
A.2. Log Files
A.3. System Information With the /proc File System
A.4. System Information With the /sys File System

Liste des exemples

9.1. Zypper—List of Known Repositories
9.2. rpm -q -i wget
9.3. Script to Search for Packages
14.1. Error Message from lpd
14.2. Broadcast from the CUPS Network Server
16.1. List with df -h
17.1. Access Permissions For Files and Folders
17.2. Access Permissions For Files and Folders
18.1. A Shell Script Printing a Text

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