Explains how to work with the Linux operating system from the command line.
- Computer Programming
- Computer Science
- Computers and Internet
- Artificial Intelligence
- Neural Interfaces
The first few chapters quickly bring readers with little computer experience up to speed.
The rest of the book is appropriate for more experienced computer users.
This book does not describe a particular release or distribution of Linux but rather pertains to all recent versions of Linux.
Using clear descriptions and many examples, this book shows you how to get the most out of your Linux system using the command interface..
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