Introduction to the Command Line (FLOSS)

 
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Introduction to the Command Line (FLOSS)

This book is a guide on utilizing the command line with an emphasis on giving new GNU/Linux users power. The purpose of it is to have fun and inspire the reader to interact.

For instance, features are described in terms of practical tasks. Features that are rarely utilized are not covered. The GNU/Linux Bash shell is the primary subject.

It is a graphic manual that explains the most crucial Unix and Linux shell commands in an easy-to-understand way. The command line applications discussed in this book are illustrated with real-world usage to speed up learning and make command line mastery simple. includes popular Linux, BSD, and Unix systems

Ebook Details

Author(s)
Published
Published Date / Year
1 edition (March 21, 2009); eBook (December 2, 2013)
License(s)
GNU Free Documentation License
Hardcover
274 pages
eBook Format
HTML, PDF, and ePub
ISBN-10
1882114043
ISBN-13
978-1882114047

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