Linux Desk Reference
Prentice Hall Professional, 2002 - 583 Seiten
This handy 6"x9" Linux desk reference packs information about every command Linux users will need -- organized for maximum value and convenience. In this brand-new Second Edition, Scott Hawkins has refreshed entries throughout, and added four new chapters -- including all-new coverage of the tc shell, Emacs editor, and Apache Web server. Unlike some Linux references, Linux Desk Reference is organized by function, so new Linux users can find what they're looking for fast -- and a great "roadmap-style" alphabetical reference gets experts the information they need just as quickly. The book's coverage is exceptionally broad, ranging from files, processes, I/O, and user accounts through networking, security, and Windows connectivity. Every chapter begins with a brief discussion of relevant terms and concepts, followed by a brief summary of all relevant commands, a list of related files, and then a complete listing of the commands, complete with options and examples. This is the only Linux reference that contains real-world examples for every command; in many cases, it even provides diagrams and sample output. For all Linux users who need a quality, complete Linux reference -- including beginners, power users, developers, and sysadmins.
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alias aliases arguments bash blocks buffer bytes cfdisk changes characters command line configuration file create current working directory cursor daemon database debug default Delete device directory stack Disable disk Display information Display version information Emacs entry environment variable Example execute ext2 file name filename filespec filesystem format grep group id hard link history list home directory host hostname Include inetd information and exit inode interactive invoked job number kernel kill Linux login shell match messages mode mount negatable option partition password path pattern port pppd printer priority process id prompt Remove root sequence server setterm shell script shell variable signal socket space specified file specified number standard input standard output startup string subdirectories superuser swap symbolic links termcap terminal terminfo troff UNIX user id user name user's verbose word