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Part I: Before the Beginning.
Chapter 1: Log Me In, UNIX!
Chapter 2: What Is UNIX, Anyway?
Chapter 3: A Few Lines on Linux.
Part II: Some Basic Stuff.
Chapter 4: Opening Windows on UNIX.
Chapter 5: Files for Fun and Profit.
Chapter 6: Directories for Fun and Profit.
Chapter 7: The Shell Game.
Chapter 8: Where’s That File?
Chapter 9: Printing (The Gutenberg Thing).
Part III: Getting Things Done.
Chapter 10: Writing Deathless Prose.
Chapter 11: Umpteen Useful UNIX Utilities.
Chapter 12: Installing Software Can Be Tricky.
Chapter 13: Juggling a Bunch of Programs.
Chapter 14: Taming Linux.
Part IV: UNIX and the Net.
Chapter 15: Your Computer Is Not Alone.
Chapter 16: Across a Crowded Network.
Chapter 17: Automating Your Office Gossip.
Chapter 18: Web Surfing for UNIX Users.
Chapter 19: Grabbing Files from the Net.
Chapter 20: Now Serving the Internet.
Part V: Help!
Chapter 21: Disaster Relief.
Chapter 22: The Case of the Missing Files.
Chapter 23: Some Programs Just Won’t Die.
Chapter 24: “My Computer Hates Me”.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 25: Ten Common Mistakes.
Chapter 26: Ten Times More Information Than You Want about UNIX.
Posted July 5, 2001
This book gave me a total understanding of the Linux environment, and how to break from the chains of Microsoft.
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