Linux Bible

Linux Bible by Candace Leiden and Terry Collings
Wiley (May 15, 2001) | ISBN: 0764546627 | PDF | 5.29 MB | 816 pages

Sorting out the Linux hype from real world needs can be a daunting task. The Linux Bible gives you what you need to determine the right Linux product path in the popular and comprehensive Bible style.LINUX is a sleek, fast, easy-to-use operating system similar to UNIX but without the fuss, bother, and complexity. The Linux Bible covers everything from getting started to using Linux, using shells and job control, to using the editors, filters, and advanced commands. This comprehensive book also includes system administrator coverage of installation of Linux, the applications, managing devices, file systems, backup and restoration of files and configuring DNS, NFS, and NIS and more.Plus, you get include 2 CDs chock full of helpful applications and tools that support the most popular Linux operating systems. The CDs also include lots of published “how to” Linux documents, the publishers edition of Red Hat Linux, and more.

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