The Linux Command Line
The Linux Command Line takes you from your very first terminal keystrokes to writing full programs in Bash, the most popular Linux shell. Along the way you'll learn the timeless skills handed down by generations of gray-beard ...more
LINUX IS ABOUT IMAGINATION
When I am asked to explain the difference between Windows and Linux, I often use a toy analogy.
Windows is like a Game Boy. You go to the store and buy one all shiny new in the box. You take it home, turn it on, and play with it. Pretty graphics, cute sounds. After a while, though, you get tired of the game that came with it, so you go back to the store and buy another one. This cycle repeats ove ...more
Another interesting part of this book is to show you the Unix way of thinking, which is different from the Windows way of thinking. Linux is not just a piece of software; it’s also a small part of the larger Unix cultur ...more
The book is a very good introduction to bash and linux concepts. The author explains concepts clearly and the examples are really really well made. It also includes lots of "extras" about wh ...more
The Linux Command Line takes you from your very first terminal keystrokes to writing full programs in Bash, the most popular Linux shell. Along the way you'll learn the timeless skills handed down by generations of gray-bearded, mouse-shunning gurus: file navigation, environment configuration, command chaining, pattern matching with regular expressions, and more.
Designed for the new command line user, this 522-page volume covers the same material as LinuxCommand.org but in much greater detail. I...more
It continues though, to delve into more advanced topics that at the moment are beyond my need. I've read 50% into the book, and for now putting it aside until the need arises. I'm sure it'll come in handy in the future. ...more
The linux shell can be a scary place so do yourself a favor and read this book while you are exploring the command line.
To that end, The Linux Command Line is meant to help the Lin ...more
While a solid book, I'd like to point out a few things that I think could be better.
The book's length feels awkward. At around 450 pages of densely technical writing, it's not the quickest read. It's too long as a quick primer, but too short to reall ...more
by the end of it I was ready to jump back to my preferred programming languages. They have better support than bash for clearly describing complex solutions. But I see now how much of that support ...more
As it is an intro book, it does not go into system administration details, but the overview that it offers was way above my expectations. If this is the first book that you read when starting to use a Linux based distribution, you will be more efficient in your work and things will fall in place better once you learn more about GNU/Linux.
The writing style is perfect for a technical book. The au ...more
This book might be a quick, due to glancing and turning of pages, and worthy read beginner and experienced programmers alike.
This book helped me refresh my memory and make me more effective at work. I'm constantly using some of the techniques like history, greps, piping etc... on a daily basis. I recommend this book for anyone doing development on Linux or a MAC. ...more
A very very good introduction that you want to read and re-read.
Lots of neat little tricks and it will take a lifetime to master, but a solid must read foundation book for everyone using Linux, whether you are playing around, using as it a daily driver or working on it as a professional.
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