Beginning the Linux Command Line

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Apress, Apr 26, 2009 - Computers - 373 pages
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This is Linux for those of us who don’t mind typing. All Linux users and administrators tend to like the flexibility and speed of Linux administration from the command line in byte–sized chunks, instead of fairly standard graphical user interfaces. Beginning the Linux Command Line follows a task–oriented approach and is distribution-agnostic.

  • Work with files and directories.
  • Administer users and security.
  • Understand how Linux is organized.
What you’ll learn
  • Finding help from in–system resources
  • Finding the right command for the task you have to accomplish
  • Working with text editors and intelligent filters
  • Shell programming
  • Managing partitions and file systems
  • Configuring access to hardware devices
Who this book is for

Everyone who uses Linux. No exceptions.

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About the author (2009)

Sander van Vugt is an independent trainer and consultant, living in the Netherlands and working throughout the European Union. He specializes in Linux and Novell systems, and has worked with both for more than 10 years. Besides being a trainer, he is also an author, having written more than 20 books and hundreds of technical articles. He is a Master Certified Novell Instructor (MCNI) and holds LPIC-1 and -2 certificates, as well as all important Novell certificates.

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