* What the book covers: SUSE Linux “X” For Dummies is for newbies who want to experiment with or choose the SUSE Linux distribution for desktop use. It covers the latest version of SUSE due out in the Spring of 2005. It shows beginners how to install, get up and running, and use SUSE. Part I covers step-by-step installation instructions and discusses what happens when the system is started for the first time. Part II gets readers started with SUSE, covering, for example, how to use the desktop, use the file manager, connect to the Internet, and set up a home network. Part III covers everyday tasks, such as browsing the Web, reading e-mail and newsgroups, and using the OpenOffice.org office productivity suite and multimedia applications. Part IV covers basic system administration and security; in particular, it shows how to add new software and keep the system up to date with YaST (Yet another Setup Tool) and YaST Online Update (YOU). * Series features: SUSE Linux "X" For Dummies is written in the friendly, humorous, and easy-to-understand style that is the hallmark of the For Dummies brand.