Linux in Plain English

Linux in Plain English

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by Patrick Volkerding, Kevin Reichard
     
 
Finally, here is a well-organized, essential reference for the growing number of LINUX® users. This book provides instant access to the LINUX commands and concepts that LINUX users are confronted with every day. The first section contains a listing of common LINUX user tasks, in plain English, with a corresponding LINUX command. Another section cross references

Overview

Finally, here is a well-organized, essential reference for the growing number of LINUX® users. This book provides instant access to the LINUX commands and concepts that LINUX users are confronted with every day. The first section contains a listing of common LINUX user tasks, in plain English, with a corresponding LINUX command. Another section cross references DOS commands with LINUX equivalents. A major portion of this handy reference is devoted to grouping LINUX commands by type. Additionally, an alphabetic cross reference exists for those times when you know exactly what LINUX command you need to use.

  • Includes detailed listings of all LINUX commands
  • Covers all of the GNU command set and the LINUX Bash Shell
  • Details LINUX windows manager and fvwm
  • Includes X commands from the LINUX X Windows System: XFree86
  • Covers File Manipulation, Text Processing, Printing, Internet, and FTP and System Administration

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781558285422
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/01/1997
Series:
The MIS:Press Slackware Ser.
Pages:
567
Product dimensions:
5.47(w) x 8.19(h) x 1.27(d)

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Linux in Plain English 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent reference. I've read many Linux tutorials and 'references' that tend to be read once and set aside. This is the only reference I use repeatedly, even after years of using Linux. It's an invaluable desktop companion.