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Practical Guide To Linux (97 Edition)by Mark G. Sobell
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"...I am indebted to Mark for helping me to learn UNIX and now for helping to make Linux accessible to more people...I strongly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning and using Linux."
Father of Linux
"Finally, a Linux 'tome' I will recommend to friends. Mark knows Linux well, and presents it clearly. In a book primarily and successfully aimed at new users, he has succeeded in teaching me more about my favorite environment — and I'm paid to be an expert."
Michael K. Johnson
Software Developer, Red Hat Software
(Former Editor, Linux Journal)
This new book by best-selling UNIX author Mark Sobell combines the strengths of a tutorial and those of a reference to give you the knowledge and skills to master Linux. Uniquely designed for both beginners and experienced users, A Practical Guide to Linux requires no prior programming experience. It begins with an extensive tutorial to bring those with less experience up to speed, and then quickly progresses to detailed chapters on GUIs, networking, the vi and emacs editors, three popular shells, programming tools, and system administration. Part two is a comprehensive reference containing descriptions and examples of 87 utilities. The book includes several complete example sessions on downloading and installing Linux-based utilities and other software from the Internet.
A Practical Guide to Linux contains:
The text is compatible with all Linux distributions, and a companion Web site is maintained by the author to provide assistance in locating on-line Linux documentation, software, news groups, and more (http://www.sobell.com).
Book News Annotation:
A tutorial/reference for both beginners and experienced users, requiring no prior programming experience. After a tutorial on fundamentals, coverage includes advanced topics such as GUIs, networking, the vi and emacs editors, three popular shells, and system administration. A reference section contains descriptions and examples of 87 utilities. Includes several complete example sessions on downloading and installing Linux-based utilities and other software from the Internet, and a glossary.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Provides the reader with a thorough introduction to LINUX in a reference tutorial format. This book guides the reader through all the aspects of UNIX operating system, including GUIs, networking, EMACS, the vi editor, shell programming and system administration.
About the Author
Mark G. Sobell is president of Sobell Associates Inc., a consulting firm that specializes in UNIX/Linux training, support, and custom software development. He is the author of many best-selling UNIX and Linux books and has more than twenty-five years of experience working with UNIX and Linux.
Table of Contents
I. THE LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM.
Linux: A Product of the Internet.
An Introduction to the Utilities.
The Linux Filesystem.
Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs).
Networking and the Internet.
The vi Editor.
The emacs Editor.
The Bourne Again Shell.
The TC Shell.
The Z Shell and Advanced Shell Programming.
II. THE LINUX PROGRAMS.
The POSIX Standards. 0201895498T04062001
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