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#1 majidlgzin

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 02:47 AM

hi my friend

i want to learn linux for using in server and networks from the base.

what books in this field you offer me?

 

thanks.



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#2 ash004

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Posted 19 March 2013 - 12:34 AM

Well, first of All let found out a Nice distro for you, as its ur first time I advise you Opensuse or Mint 14 , not that hard, to configure and easy to you, download it from there official website, and start having some practice using terminal command Line 

 

That blog might help you concerning command Line and basic of Linux http://hackinlinux.blogspot.com ,  then it will come little by little if u got time learn c sharp this is going to be very helpful to you 



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Posted 06 April 2014 - 12:45 PM

ash004, great site that you linked, a lot of info there. When I started with Linux Mint & asked about books to assist me, was told that the Linux forums & Google searches would get me further.

 

Apparently I was told right, as I could find no books on Linux at the local library, though there were 4 shelves of what's now outdated Windows/MS Office books.

 

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Posted 12 April 2014 - 03:29 AM

Here's a few to start with.

Linuxcommand.org- An entire interactive website devoted to the command line.

Teach Yourself Unix in 24 Hours- PDF of an excellent book that I used when I first started.

Learn Linux 101- Introduction to the shell.

 

Free downloadable PDF books:

Teach Yourself Unix in 24 Hours #1
An Introduction to the Linux Command Shell for Beginners #1
GNU/Linux Command Line Tools Summary #1
Linux Basics #1
The Debian Reference Card #16
The Linux Command Line #26
The Debian Administrator's Handbook #94

 

 

Sites:

Linux Command #4
BashGuide BashPitfalls BashFAQ - Greg's Wiki #4
Using The Terminal #2
Command Line How To #2
Advanced Command Line How To #2
LINUX: Rute User’s Tutorial and Exposition by Paul Sheer #4
The Linux Users' Guide by Larry Greenfield #4
An A-Z Index of the Bash command line #4
Gnu Manuals #4
The Linux Tutorial #4
Bash By Example Part 1 #4
Learn Linux 101: The Linux Command Line #4
Learn Linux 101: File and Directory Management #4
Linux Files and Command Reference #4
Agustin's Linux manual - Volume 2 - System Administration #4
Bash Guide for Beginners #4
Basic Unix Commands #4
More Unix Commands #4
Learn Unix in Ten Minutes #4
Linux Shell Scripting Tutorial- A Beginner's Handbook #4
GNU/Linux Tools Summary #4
Linux.ie- The Beginner's Linux Guide #4
Free Linux Classes #4
Linux Shell Scripting Tutorials #4
The Linux Documentation Project #9
Wikipedia- The Command Line Interface #16
Bash Hackers.org #15
List of online Bash Scripting Tutorials #15
The Linux Cookbook: Tips and Techniques for Everyday Use #21
Commands at Konsole #27
Using the Command Line #27
Local Documentation Bundled with Ubuntu #27
CLI Reference Card Wallpaper #31
Atomic Fanboy's CLI Cheatsheet #114
A to Z Index of the Bash Command Line #45
CLI Companion #48
Shell and Utilities: Detailed ToC #49
Bash One-liners #50
CLI Basics Wallpaper #51
Terminal Keyboard Shortcuts #65
Linux For System Administrators #61
The Grymoire - Home for Unix Wizards #62
The Command Line Crash Course #75
Shell Fu #77
Unix Lore #86
Linux Format Shell Tutorial #106

 

 

Linux forums & Google searches would get me further.

Yup.

 

Thanks to everybody who made the above links possible


Edited by NickAu1, 12 April 2014 - 04:07 AM.


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Posted 12 April 2014 - 11:51 AM

Many Thanks for the downloadable books, have grabbed them all. Lots of useful info in the other links.

 

Knowledge is empowerment.

 

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