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Thank you Can anyone recommend a good book to get learn these command line codes. I am new to linux and am tired of chasing Blue Rhinos around discussion boards.
Or this one:
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/unixnut3/. It's more of a generic SVR4 reference, but it also has shell stuff, sed, awk etc.
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The Linux Cookbook
is available online for free!
The O'Reilly books are excellent, but if you just need a quick and simple introduction to the commands try a some of these:
If you do a search on Google you'll find a lot more, as a lot of the LUGs have beginners' guides and university lecturers usually include this kind of stuff in their online notes
Last edited by blacknight; 08-14-2002 at 01:03 AM.
Linux for Windows Addicts (Miller)
Linux System Administration (Stanfield, Smith)
Real World Linux Security (Toxen)
Get this book:
Red Hat Linux Networking and System Administration
by Terry Collins & Kurt Wall
I know it sounds daunting, but it explains everything in plain english. Step by step from installing Red Hat Linux 7.2, to mail, webserver, ftp, etc. -- and the last couple chapters are on security.
Go to Amazon and read the reviews on it. Then go to a bookstore and browse it.
You won't have to buy another book to understand this book.