TAILIEUCHUNG - Suse Linux 9.3 For Dummies- P25

Suse Linux For Dummies- P25:This part is all about getting you started on your way to a lasting relationship with SUSE Linux. Before you can begin your SUSE Linux experience, I spend a chapter explaining what SUSE Linux is and what you can do with SUSE Linux (pretty much anything you can do with a PC that runs Windows). | 340 Part V The Part of Tens Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on to remove this watermark. Appendix About the DVD-ROM In This Appendix System requirements DVD installation instructions What you ll find on the DVD Troubleshooting his book s companion DVD includes a Special Edition of SUSE Linux to get you started on your Linux journey. This appendix briefly describes the DVD and tells you how to get started with the installation. System Requirements Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements shown in the following list. If your computer doesn t match up to most of these requirements you may have problems using the software and files on the DVD A PC with an Intel Pentium or compatible processor running at 400 MHz or faster for graphical installation At least 192MB of total RAM installed on your computer for graphical installation 256MB recommended At least 520MB free space on your hard drive for a minimal installation 5GB of free space recommended if you plan to install most packages so that you can try out everything covered in this book A DVD-ROM drive A graphics card and a monitor capable of displaying at least 256 colors A sound card Ethernet network interface card NIC or modem Please purchase PDF Split-Merge on to remove this watermark. 342 SUSE Linux For Dummies__ DVD Installation Instructions To install SUSE Linux from the companion DVD follow these steps consult Chapter 2 for details. 1. Check whether your PC s hardware such as graphics card network card and SCSI card work in SUSE Linux. If not try to find Linux drivers for the device. To check if your PC s hardware is compatible with SUSE Linux visit the SUSE Linux Hardware Database at . If you down-f Il load any Linux drivers for any device you should burn them onto a CD for safekeeping. 2. Set up your PC to boot from the CD DVD drive to do