All Linux users and administrators tend to like the flexibility and speed of Linux administration from the command line in byte—sized chunks, instead of fairly standard graphical user interfaces. Beginning the Linux Command Line is verified against all of the most important Linux distributions, and follows a task—oriented approach which is distribution agnostic. Now this Second Edition of Beginning the Linux Command Line updates to the very latest versions of the Linux Operating System, including the new Btrfs file system and its management, and systemd boot procedure and firewall management with firewalld! Updated to the latest versions of Linux Work with files and directories, including Btrfs! Administer users and security, and deploy firewalld Understand how Linux is organized, to think Linux! About the authors Sander van Vugt is an independent trainer and consultant, living in the Netherlands and working throughout the European Union.
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When writing it, I had in mind system administrators, software developers, and enthusiastic users who want to get things going from the Linux command line.
For beginning users, this may be a daunting task, as Linux commands often have many options documented only in pages that are not that easy to understand.
This book is distribution agnostic. Since most distributions are quite similar to one of these three, this book should help you with other distributions as well. There is only one item in the book that is not distribution agnostic: the Appendix, which explains how to install OpenSUSE.
If you do care what distribution to work with, you probably have it installed already. Read more Collapse About the author Sander van Vugt is an independent trainer and consultant, living in the Netherlands and working throughout the European Union. He specializes in Linux and Novell systems, and has worked with both for more than 10 years. Besides being a trainer, he is also an author, having written more than 20 books and hundreds of technical articles.
Beginning the Linux Command Line