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5<para>This book is divided into the following parts.</para>
7<sect2><title>Part I - Introduction</title>
8<para>This part contains information which is essential to
9the rest of the book.</para></sect2>
11<sect2><title>Part II - Post <acronym>LFS</acronym> Configuration and Extra
13<para>Here we introduce basic configuration and security issues. We also
14discuss a range of editors, file systems and shells which aren't covered in
15the main <acronym>LFS</acronym> book.</para></sect2>
17<sect2><title>Part III - General Libraries and Utilities</title>
18<para>In this section we cover libraries which are often needed by the rest
19of the book as well as system utilities. Information on Programming
20(including recompiling <application>GCC</application> to support its full range
21of languages) concludes this part.</para></sect2>
23<sect2><title>Part IV - Connecting to a Network</title>
24<para>Here we cover how to connect to a network when you aren't using
25the simple static <acronym>IP</acronym> setup given in the main
26<acronym>LFS</acronym> book.</para></sect2>
28<sect2><title>Part V - Basic Networking</title>
29<para>Networking libraries and command-line networking tools make up the
30bulk of this part.</para></sect2>
32<sect2><title>Part VI - Server Networking</title>
33<para>Here we deal with setting up mail and other servers (such as
34<application><acronym>SSH</acronym></application>, <application><acronym>CVS
35</acronym></application>, etc.).</para></sect2>
37<sect2><title>Part VII - Content Serving</title>
38<para>In this part we deal with databases and web server software
39<!--(including php)-->.</para></sect2>
41<sect2><title>Part VIII - X + Window Managers</title>
42<para>This part explains how to set up a basic
43<application>XFree86</application> installation along
44with some generic <application>X</application> libraries and Window managers.</para></sect2>
46<sect2><title>Part IX - KDE</title>
47<para>For those who want to use the K Desktop Environment or some parts of
48it, this part covers it.</para></sect2>
50<sect2><title>Part X - GNOME</title>
51<para>GNOME is the main alternative to KDE in the Desktop Environment arena and
52we cover both GNOME-1.4
53and GNOME-&gnome-version; here.</para></sect2>
55<sect2><title>Part XI - X Software</title>
56<para>Office programs and graphical web browsers are important to most people.
57They, along with some generic <application>X</application> software can be
58found in this part of the book.</para></sect2>
60<sect2><title>Part XII - Multimedia</title>
61<para>Here we cover setting multimedia libraries and drivers along with some
62audio, video and <acronym>CD</acronym>-writing programs.</para></sect2>
64<sect2><title>Part XIII - Printing, Scanning and Typesetting</title>
65<para>The <acronym>PST</acronym> part of the book covers things from
66<application>Ghostscript</application>, <application><acronym>CUPS</acronym>
67</application> and <application>DocBook</application>
68to installing <application>TeX</application>.</para></sect2>
71<para>The Appendices cover information which doesn't belong in the main
72book; they are mainly there as a reference.</para></sect2>
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