A Practical Guide to Linux

A Practical Guide to Linux

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qThis new book by best-selling UNIX author Mark Sobell combines the strengths of a tutorial and those of a reference to give you the knowledge and skills to master Linux. Uniquely designed for both beginners and experienced users, A Practical Guide to Linux requires no prior programming experience. It begins with an extensive tutorial to bring those with less experience up to speed, and then quickly progresses to detailed chapters on GUIs, networking, the vi and emacs editors, three popular shells, programming tools, and system administration. Part II is a comprehensive reference containing descriptions and examples of 87 utilities. This book includes several complete example sessions on downloading and installing Linux-based utilities and other software from the Internet.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedThe technologies used for local area networks (such as Ethernet or FDDI) were designed to work over limited distances and for a certain number of host connections. ... Data that crosses the country today from one Ethernet to another over a WAN, for example, is repackaged from the ... In network diagrams such as this, rings are typically drawn as such; Ethernet LANs are usually drawn as straight lines, anbsp;...

Title:A Practical Guide to Linux
Author: Mark G. Sobell
Publisher:Addison-Wesley Professional - 1997

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