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Linux Command: Instant Reference (Command Reference)

by Bryan Pfaffenberger

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0782127487, Paperback)

The perfect Linux reference for all levels of users. This comprehensive desktop reference covers the most current commands and technologies in an easy to navigate, straightforward approach. It is especially useful for non-programmers who want to do more with their systems, and is perfect for Windows users moving to, or trying out, Linux. Definitions of major commands include real-world examples, and distribution-specific commands of the most popular distributions (Red Hat, Caldera, S.u.S.E., Debian, Mandrake, Corel) are also covered.

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