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Linux System Commandsby Patrick Volkerding
Synopses & Reviews
The Ultimate Shop Manual
Take control of Linux with this one-stop commands reference
Get crystal-clear explanations of every command and its corresponding options
Look up commands by function, name, or DOS equivalent
Just-in-Time Linux Solutions
You're rushing to get the job done. And then you're stumped. You just can't remember the Linux command line that you need to move ahead. Sound familiar? Linux System Commands is the book that will bail you out — a lucid one-step reference that shows you command by command how to put Linux to work.
Your One-Stop Guide For:
Can't remember the Linux command that will propel your project forward? If you're new to the world of Linux or just need some quick phrases, Linux System Commands is your one-stop reference for all Linux commands:
* KDE and GNOME
* File management
* text processing
* Internet and e-mail
* Mtools and programming
With this flexible guide, you can look up commands by function, name, or DOS equivalent.
About the Author
Patrick Volkerding is the creator of Slackware, an acclaimed Linux distribution.
Kevin Reichard is a UNIX/Linux expert and a prolific computer book author. Together, they also collaborated on Linux Configuration and Installation, now in its fourth edition.
Table of Contents
PART I: ILLUMINATING LINUX PROCEDURES.
Chapter 1: Linux Structures and Commands.
Chapter 2: Linux Commands Demystified.
Chapter 3: Linux/DOS Cross-Reference.
Chapter 4: Linux Commands A to Z.
PART II: THE COMMANDS.
Chapter 5: General-Purpose Commands.
Chapter 6: File-Management Commands.
Chapter 7: Text-Processing Commands.
Chapter 8: Internet/Electronic-Mail Commands.
Chapter 9: Programming Commands.
Chapter 10: Networking Commands.
Chapter 11: Mtools Commands.
PART III: INTERACTING VIA LINUX SHELL.
Chapter 12: Linux Shells.
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