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I always had difficulty understanding my Linux command system as I always wanted to know how to set my system efficiently without any error or any problems. This book has helped me tremendously understand the inside of command system and how it functions within my computer. This book has given a detailed explanation of what the Linux operating system is all about. The book is very informative and has everything you need to know. I learned a lot of the content. A very good book.
I was quite skeptical about giving Linux a try but after some thinking, I thought I wouldn't lose nothing if I try so I got this book to help me get started with it. Luckily, I got the right book that suits well for my needs. It discussed the basics and ins and outs of linux without making it too complicated. Overall helpful.
This guidebook is perfect for beginners and it is really helpful. By the help of this book I have learned about how to use Linux operating systems. I had a huge interest to learn about this operating system use. Last week my university friend suggested me about this book and for that reason I purchased this book.By reading this book I have understood about how I can use Linux for both basic and advanced purposes. Inside of his book I have found some helpful practical tips. This book is straight forward and to the point. By reading this guidebook I am pleased enough. If you are new about the Linux operating system then I will suggest this book.
In the Guide, you'll learn how to: Copy, move, and delete files and directories. Create, delete, and manage users. Create, delete, and manage groups. Use virtual terminals. Use the bash shell. Safely use the root account with su and sudo. Change permissions and ownership of files and directories. Create and edit text files from the command line, without using a graphical editor. Diagnose network connectivity problems. And many other topics. Recommended for the Linux novice with some command line experience, even from the distant past.
Linux is been around for quite a while now. For those who wants a cheaper but very helpful and easy to use system, Linux is your choice. I have heard of Linux during my first job and that's what we use. I haven't had the time to fully understand it, but with this book, I was able to know some of the commands and guide that will help me step by step understand and choose Linux. Great book if you do want to understand and be knowledgeable about Linux System.
This is just amazing book that define the Linux OS in depth, and also command line of this OS. This book contains information on the Linux Operating System, especially for beginners. Programmers and system administrators can benefit from the discussions inside.Here, you will learn about Linux fundamentals. The list includes basic commands, file system operations, processes, I/O redirection, networking, administration, scripting, and many more.
A quick introduction to programming on Linux. Each chapter of the book deals with a certain sub-part of software development on Linux, such as development tools, basic system APIs, networking or GUI development with Tcl/Tk and GTK+. It never goes into depth, but it is a nice overview and a good introduction that let's you start with any of these topic and then dive deeper with other books.
I'd call it very well written and easy to follow masterpiece for those with a very limited background in Linux Shell. You can tell how sincere and genuine the author's intention is to teach you the command line to get back the control of your own PC. Great book. Very fun and engaging. I recommend to anyone wanting to truly get the most out of the Linux command line.
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