The Linux Cookbook
by Michael Stutz
Publisher: No Starch Press 2004
Number of pages: 829
The Linux Cookbook is your guide to getting the most out of Linux. Organized by general task (such as working with text, managing files, and manipulating graphics), each section contains a series of step-by-step recipes that help you to get your work done quickly and efficiently, most often from the command line. Perfect as an introduction to Linux, or as a desktop reference for the seasoned user. Covers the major Linux distributions.
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