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Tweeting Linux: 140 Linux Configuration Commands Explained in 140…

by Don R Crawley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983660719, Paperback)

Tweeting Linux: 140 Linux Configuration Commands Explained in 140 Characters or Less is a straight-forward approach to learning Linux commands. Each command is first explained in 140 characters or less, then examples of usage are shown in screen captures, and finally more details are given when necessary to explain command usage. You'll see the most commonly-used commands, plus a few gems you might not know about.

Written by a veteran I.T. trainer and Linux administrator, here's a sampling of what you'll find:
How to use rsync to synchronize filesTwo tools for managing Apache Web serversFour commands to query name serversFour ways to get helpFour ways to install and manage softwareThe secret command that prevents even administrators from deleting a fileHow to use diff to compare filesSeven ways to use "find" to search for filesThe three steps to installing software from source codeThe little-known Linux tool that combines ping and tracerouteHow to create pop-up notices in the system trayAll information is presented in a straight-forward style designed for everyday use by working system administrators.

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