Linux Command Line Interpreter: A Beginners Guide

A How-to guide to the basics of using the Linux Command Line Interpreter (CLI) and the BASH Shell. If you have ever wanted to use the Linux terminal, either remotely or locally, and be able to perform tasks directly within the terminal leveraging the power therein, then this book may be for you. This book is ideal for those that have never worked this way before and want a basic overview of the Linux CLI.

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Description

A beginner’s guide to the Linux Command Line Interpreter.

This how-to guide to the Linux Command Line Interpreter is ideal for anyone that has an interest in learning the basics of using and administering a Linux system from the command line.

Discover the power that communicating more directly with the operating system brings, without the hindrance of a graphical tool limiting your possibilities. An overview of many of the basic commands used on the command line.

With sections on:
The Linux Filesystem
Navigation and File Management
Viewing and Manipulating Text Files
Editing and Creation of Text Files
Finding and Searching
The Shell Environment
Basic Shell Configuration and Customization
Installing Software and Package Management
Miscellaneous Commands

This guide will provide the basics to get you started on your journey into the realms of true power and control over your Linux system.

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Amazon UK

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