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The Linux Command Line Beginner's Guide gives users new to Linux an introduction to the command line environment.

In the Guide, you'll learn how to:

-Copy, move, and delete files and directories.

-Create, delete, and manage users.

-Create, delete, and manage groups.

-Use virtual terminals.

-Use the bash shell.

-Safely use the root account with su and sudo.

-Change permissions and ownership of files and directories.

-Create and edit text files from the command line, without using a graphical editor.

-Diagnose network connectivity problems.

-And many other topics.

Topics: Computer Programming, Beginner, Informative, and Guides

Published: Jonathan Moeller on
ISBN: 9781466130838
List price: $0.99
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