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Linux for Beginners: 37 Linux Commands you Must Know

  • Length: 74 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2019-10-13
  • ISBN-10: 169964702X
  • ISBN-13: 9781699647028

If you are looking to get started with the Linux command line interface you’ve definitely come to the right place!Familiarizing yourself to the environment that powers the backbone of the production server universe is a great move. This book will cover some of the basics of command syntax patterns, finding and manipulating data in the Linux filesystem, network connectivity, and Bash scripting. By the end of the book, you should be able to use the Linux command line to track down and manage digital resources, test your network connectivity, build scripts to improve your work efficiency, and quickly find help to get you past the obstacles you’ll inevitably encounter from time to time. Frequently Asked Questions-Question: I don’t have any Linux knowledge. Will this book help me?-Answer: No. For this book you should already be comfortable with the basics of installing Linux, therefore you should start with Volume 1: How to Install the Linux OS. However if you want to advance yourself with Linux commands and arguments this book will be extremely helpful to you. -Question: Any Linux Command Syntax Patterns in this book?-Answer: Yes, Chapter 4 is all about Command Syntax Patterns!-Question: Are there any hands on practice scenarios in this book or just basic description of what Linux is?-Answer: In each chapter there is a brief description of each scenario followed by step-by-step implementation using Linux CLI (Command Line Interface).BUY THIS BOOK NOW, AND GET STARTED TODAY!IN THIS BOOK YOU WILL LEARN:•Linux Command Line Interface Basics•Help Resources in Linux•The Linux Terminal•Command Syntax Patterns•Linux Files and Directories•Linux File System Searching•Linux Archives•Linux Kernel Modules and Peripherals•Linux Network Configuration•DNS Configuration on Linux•SSH on Linux•Scripting on Linux•Linux Loops and Flow ControlsBUY THIS BOOK NOW, AND GET STARTED TODAY!

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