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The Linux command line No Starch Press 2012

Posted in: January 16, 2012

The Linux command line No Starch Press 2012
Publisher: No Starch Press | ISBN 9781593273897 | PDF | 5.6MB

This book is a broad overview of “living” on the Linux command line.
Unlike some books that concentrate on just a single program, such as the
shell program, bash, this book will try to convey how to get along with the
command line interface in a larger sense. How does it all work? What can it
do? What’s the best way to use it?
is a complete introduction to the command line. Author William Shotts, a Linux user for over 15 years, guides readers from their first keystrokes to writing full programs in Bash, the most popular Linux shell. The book's extensive coverage tackles file navigation, environment configuration, command chaining, pattern matching with regular expressions, and much more.

"The command line is like a window into Linux," said No Starch Press founder William Pollock. "Strip away the GUI and you're in control of your machine. The difference is kind of like driving a stick versus an automatic. The automatic is great for shepherding the family around town, but the stick puts you in control of that souped up sports car."

Among the command line's many features, readers will learn how to:

Create and delete files, directories, and symlinks
Administer their system, manage networking, and control processes
Use standard input and output, redirection, and pipelines
Edit files with Vi and write shell scripts to automate tasks
Slice and dice text files with cut, paste, grep, patch, and sed

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