The Linux command line is a dreaded and mysterious domain for many users. Yet its cryptic commands are often the only way to unlock the power of Linux.
This book concisely introduces the Linux command line allowing beginners to explore its power. It includes coverage of:
- Files, Directories, and Permissions
- I/O Redirection
- Linux Text Editors
- Users and Superusers
- Searching and Processing Text
- Compressing and Archiving Files
- Using the Path in Linux
- Monitoring System Information and Resources
- Command Line Networking
- Writing Simple Shell Scripts
After reading this book and going through the exercises, the command line should lose much of its mystery and gain more of your interest.