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Linux Utilities Cookbook

by James Kent Lewis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 178216300X, Paperback)

Over 70 recipes to help you accomplish a wide variety of tasks in Linux quickly and efficiently

Overview

Use the command line like a pro Pick a suitable desktop environment Learn to use files and directories efficiently

In Detail

Linux is a stable, reliable and extremely powerful operating system. It has been around for many years, however, most people still don't know what it can do and the ways it is superior to other operating systems. Many people want to get started with Linux for greater control and security, but getting started can be time consuming and complicated.

A practical, hands-on guide that provides you with a number of clear step-by-step examples to help you solve many of the questions that crop up when using an operating system you may not be familiar with.

Presenting solutions to the most common Linux problems in a clear and concise way, this helpful guide starts with spicing up the terminal sessions by command retrieval and line editing, and shell prompt variables. We will then get to know the different desktops (GUIs) available for Linux systems and which is the best fit for you. We will then explore the world of managing files and directories, connectivity, and what to do when it goes wrong. We will also learn a range of skills, from creating and managing user accounts to securing your system, managing and limiting processes, and letting information flow from one process to another using pipes. Later, we will master disk management, working with scripts and automating tasks quickly, and finally, understand the need for a custom kernel and tips on how to build one.

Based on the author's extensive experience, there is a section on best practices that every Linux user should be familiar with.

What you will learn from this book

Configure the network and using the Internet on your Linux Desktop Learn about permissions, access, and security Understand processes under Linux Work with disks and partitions Write shell scripts Automate tasks with crontab Learn how to build a custom kernel

Approach

A Cookbook-style guide packed with examples and illustrations, it offers organized learning through recipes and step-by-step instructions. The book is designed so that you can pick exactly what you need, when you need it.

Who this book is written for

Written for anyone that would like to familiarize themselves with Linux. This book is perfect migrating from Windows to Linux and will save your time and money, learn exactly how to and where to begin working with Linux and troubleshooting in easy steps.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:15 -0400)

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