Linux Desk Reference

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2002 - 583 Seiten
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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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Inhalt

CHAPTER
6
CHAPTER
16
CHAPTER
22
CHAPTER
27
CHAPTER
36
CHAPTER 7
73
CHAPTER 9
101
PART 2
235
CHAPTER 21
287
EM ACS
299
AND COMPRESSION
313
PART 3
333
CHAPTER 25
345
P A R T
396
CHAPTER 26
483
APPENDIX A
551

CHAPTER 18
247
CHAPTER 19
257
GLOSSARY
567
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Über den Autor (2002)

SCOTT HAWKINS has been a Linux user since 1992. He is a systems administration consultant and resides in Atlanta, GA. He is the author of Apache Web Server Administration & E-Commerce Handbook and with Ellie Quigley, he is co-author of The Complete Linux Shell Programming Training Course (PTG Interactive).

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