CHAPTER 7. Installing, Configuring as a Workstation
Exam objectives in this chapter
Users of any system will want to undertake a number of basic tasks: interaction with applications on a monitor (for example, word processing, task scheduling) and printing. A standard setup for the user interface and the printers will make the users experience much more fulfilling; as well as reduce the support overhead. The section on printers will describe how Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS) is configured and used.
Most of the latest Linux distributions offer one or more graphical user interfaces (GUIs) to interact with the user. These are commonly run on top of the X Windows system, with the most common window managers being KDE ...