Learning Old School Linux (Ed Hartnett)

 
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Learning Old School Linux (Ed Hartnett)

Engineers have long rated Linux as the best operating system. It's still debatable whether or not you should believe their opinions. But if you're searching for a straightforward, elementary summary of everything Linux-related, go no further than this collection of articles published in ComputorEdge magazine between 2003 and 2010.

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(Novomver 23, 2014)
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HTML, PDF (148 pages, 458 KB), ePub, and Mobi (Kindle)
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9781311868480

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