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Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible.

By: Blum, Richard.
Contributor(s): Bresnahan, Christine.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Bible: Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2015Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (734 p.).ISBN: 9781118984192.Subject(s): Linux (Computer file) | Linux | Operating systems (Computers) | Scripting languages (Computer science)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting BibleDDC classification: 005.4469 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Title Page ; Copyight ; Contents ; Part I: The Linux Command Line ; Chapter 1: Starting with Linux Shells ; What Is Linux? ; Looking into the Linux kernel ; System memory management ; Software program management ; Hardware management ; Filesystem management
The GNU utilities The core GNU utilities ; The shell ; The Linux desktop environment ; The X Window system ; The KDE desktop ; The GNOME desktop ; The Unity desktop ; Other desktops ; Linux Distributions ; Core Linux distributions ; Specialized Linux distributions
The Linux LiveCD Summary ; Chapter 2: Getting to the Shell ; Reaching the Command Line ; Console terminals ; Graphical terminals ; Accessing CLI via a Linux Console Terminal ; Accessing CLI via Graphical Terminal Emulation ; Using the GNOME Terminal Emulator
Accessing the GNOME terminal The menu bar ; Using the Konsole Terminal Emulator ; Accessing the Konsole terminal ; The menu bar ; Using the xterm Terminal Emulator ; Accessing xterm ; Command line parameters ; Summary ; Chapter 3: Basic bash Shell Commands ; Starting the Shell
Using the Shell Prompt Interacting with the bash Manual ; Navigating the Filesystem ; Looking at the Linux filesystem ; Traversing directories ; Using absolute directory references ; Using relative directory references ; Listing Files and Directories ; Displaying a basic listing
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Summary: <b>Talk directly to your system for a faster workflow withautomation capability</b> <i>Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible</i> is youressential Linux guide. With detailed instruction and abundantexamples, this book teaches you how to bypass the graphicalinterface and communicate directly with your computer, saving timeand expanding capability. This third edition incorporates thirtypages of new functional examples that are fully updated to alignwith the latest Linux features. Beginning with command linefundamentals, the book moves into shell scripting and shows you thepractical applic
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Cover ; Title Page ; Copyight ; Contents ; Part I: The Linux Command Line ; Chapter 1: Starting with Linux Shells ; What Is Linux? ; Looking into the Linux kernel ; System memory management ; Software program management ; Hardware management ; Filesystem management

The GNU utilities The core GNU utilities ; The shell ; The Linux desktop environment ; The X Window system ; The KDE desktop ; The GNOME desktop ; The Unity desktop ; Other desktops ; Linux Distributions ; Core Linux distributions ; Specialized Linux distributions

The Linux LiveCD Summary ; Chapter 2: Getting to the Shell ; Reaching the Command Line ; Console terminals ; Graphical terminals ; Accessing CLI via a Linux Console Terminal ; Accessing CLI via Graphical Terminal Emulation ; Using the GNOME Terminal Emulator

Accessing the GNOME terminal The menu bar ; Using the Konsole Terminal Emulator ; Accessing the Konsole terminal ; The menu bar ; Using the xterm Terminal Emulator ; Accessing xterm ; Command line parameters ; Summary ; Chapter 3: Basic bash Shell Commands ; Starting the Shell

Using the Shell Prompt Interacting with the bash Manual ; Navigating the Filesystem ; Looking at the Linux filesystem ; Traversing directories ; Using absolute directory references ; Using relative directory references ; Listing Files and Directories ; Displaying a basic listing

Displaying a long listing

<b>Talk directly to your system for a faster workflow withautomation capability</b> <i>Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible</i> is youressential Linux guide. With detailed instruction and abundantexamples, this book teaches you how to bypass the graphicalinterface and communicate directly with your computer, saving timeand expanding capability. This third edition incorporates thirtypages of new functional examples that are fully updated to alignwith the latest Linux features. Beginning with command linefundamentals, the book moves into shell scripting and shows you thepractical applic

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Author notes provided by Syndetics

<p> Richard Blum, LPIC-1, is a 20-year IT industry veteran, as both systems and network administrator for UNIX, Linux, Novell, and Microsoft servers. Rich is widely published on Linux and open source software, and is an online Linux instructor for universities nationwide.</p> <p> Christine Bresnahan, LPIC-1, started working with computers more than 25 years ago in the IT industry as a system administrator. Christine is an Adjunct Professor at Ivy Tech Community College. She teaches Linux Essentials, LPIC-1/CompTIA Linux+ certification, and Python programming classes. Christine produces educational material for use in the college classroom as well as book education resources.</p>

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