Matt Vogel
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 572

Get started today learning the Linux Command Line Interface (CLI). While most people are daunted by the thought of using the CLI, this book will give you the knowledge and confidence to use the CLI to administer and maintain your Linux system. This book is a beginner’s guide designed for a new to intermediate Linux user, and is based on the newest versions of Ubuntu, Debian, and Fedora. If you are new to Linux and need help getting started then this is the book for you.This book covers the use of the terminal or CLI, working with files and directories, users and groups, Linux commands, processes and services, editing files with nano and vi, processing text files, networking, installing software, working with disks, working with removable media, sharing files, and SSH.
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