To be truly productive with Linux, you need to thoroughly master shells and the command line. Until now, you had to buy two books to gain that mastery: a tutorial on fundamental Linux concepts and techniques, plus a separate reference. Now, there’s a far better solution. Renowned Linux expert Mark Sobell has brought together comprehensive, insightful guidance on the tools system administrators, developers, and power users need most, and an outstanding day-to-day reference, both in the same book.
earn from hundreds of realistic, high-quality examples, and become a true Linux command-line guru!
NEW! Covers busybox, Midnight Commander, screen, and sshfs/curlftpf
Covers the Mac OS X command line and its unique tools
Now an even more versatile learning resource, this edition adds skill objectives at the beginning of each chapter. Sobell assumes no prior Linux knowledge. He starts at the beginning and walks you through every topic and task that matters, using easy-to-understand examples.
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Linux 101 Hacks can best be described as a study guide for beginning systems administrators ("Linux 101"). It focuses entirely on terminal use -- from using the command line to manage system processes, search and sort files, and make remote connections to using common text-based utilities (such as fdisk).
Linux 101 Hacks doesn't contain information that couldn't be found elsewhere -- but it nicely presents common administrative tasks in a way that makes grasping the power (and subtle nuances) of a command easier to process in a practical sense than reading a man page would....
This document is a collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work
or for advanced users. This is a practical guide with concise explanations, however the reader is
supposed to know what s/he is doing.The latest version of this document can be found at http://cb.vu/unixtoolbox.xhtml. Replace .xhtml
on the link with .pdf for the PDF version and with .book.pdf for the booklet version. On a duplex
printer the booklet will create a small book ready to bind. See also the about page.
Error reports and comments are most welcome - firstname.lastname@example.org Colin Barschel....