This section includes various resources that can be used to learn more about the philosophy of system administration and the Red Hat Enterprise Linux-specific subject matter discussed in this chapter.
1.11.1. Installed Documentation
The following resources are installed in the course of a typical Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation and can help you learn more about the subject matter discussed in this chapter.
crontab(5) man pages -- Learn how to schedule commands and scripts for automatic execution at regular intervals.
at(1) man page -- Learn how to schedule commands and scripts for execution at a later time.
bash(1) man page -- Learn more about the default shell and shell script writing.
perl(1) man page -- Review pointers to the many man pages that make up perl's online documentation.
python(1) man page -- Learn more about options, files, and environment variables controlling the Python interpreter.
gedit(1) man page and menu entry -- Learn how to edit text files with this graphical text editor.
emacs(1) man page -- Learn more about this highly-flexible text editor, including how to run its online tutorial.
vim(1) man page -- Learn how to use this powerful text editor.
Mozilla menu entry -- Learn how to edit HTML files, read mail, and browse the Web.
evolution(1) man page and menu entry -- Learn how to manage your email with this graphical email client.
mutt(1) man page and files in
/usr/share/doc/mutt-<version> -- Learn how to manage your email with this text-based email client.
pam(8) man page and files in
/usr/share/doc/pam-<version> -- Learn how authentication takes place under Red Hat Enterprise Linux.