Linux Volume 1: ac to zcat available in Paperback
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|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.54(w) x 9.02(h) x 1.04(d)|
Table of ContentsLinux Volume 1: ac to zcat, The Basics is designed to appeal to both new and power users of Linux. The first part of the book features tutorials explaining common utilities found in Linux, walking the reader through a variety of useful tools, such as awk, sed, shells, and emacs. With a wide array of examples, the user can quickly and easily learn and apply utilities included with all the latest Linux distributions.
The second part of Linux Volume 1: ac to zcat, The Basics is the Lexicon. This section comprises several articles that define and discuss Linux concepts. Arranged alphabetically, these articles provide an in-depth yet easily accessible source of information on specific topics, such as apropos, crontab, emacs, ifconfig, lex, patch, mke2fs, nroff, route, standard error and whereis.
About the Author:
Dale Scheetz is a member of the Debian Linux development team. He has been working with computers for over two decades and is a devotee of the Linux Operating System. His knowledge allows the translation of complex issues into plain and simple English.