Bash Pocket Reference: Help for Power Users and Sys Admins
It’s simple: if you want to interact deeply with Mac OS X, Linux, and other Unix-like systems, you need to know how to work with the Bash shell. This concise little book puts all of the essential information about Bash right at your fingertips.
You’ll quickly find answers to the annoying questions that...
Beginning Fedora Desktop: Fedora 20 Edition
Beginning Fedora Desktop: Fedora 20 Edition is a complete guide to using the Fedora 20 Desktop Linux release as your daily driver for multimedia, productivity, social networking, the GNOME 3 desktop, administrative tasks, and more. Author and Linux expert Richard Petersen delves into the operating system as a whole and offers you a...
Installing and Administering Linux, Second Edition An indispensable working resource for IT professionals moving to Linux-based network systems
More and more companies are now using Linux as their server operating system of choice. That’s because the costs are lower, there’s a greater amount of flexibility, and the code is much more reliable. As a result, there is a bigger demand...
Inside the Microsoft Windows 98 Registry Fortunately, most of us don't need to fiddle with the Registry. But if it's your job, this book is the reference you'll want to have close by. The book-and-CD set provides an overview, starting from the baseline tools of the Registry that are directly accessible, like RegEdit and .INF files. Concepts and recurring features of the Registry are... Unix Unleashed: Internet Edition The first edition of Unix Unleashed provided a thick, comprehensive guide to the basic tools of the Unix trade, covering everything from system administration to the windowing system to the compiler environments. The guide also featured information on other tools, such as the vi editor, the command shells, the AWK, PERL, C and C++... Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming, A (2nd Edition)
For use with all versions of Linux, including Ubuntu,™ Fedora,™ openSUSE,™ Red Hat,® Debian, Mandriva, Mint, and now OS X, too!
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