Linux 101 Hacks
by Ramesh Natarajan
Publisher: The Geek Stuff 2009
Number of pages: 140
There are total of 101 hacks in this book that will help you build a strong foundation in Linux. All the hacks in this book are explained with appropriate Linux command examples that are easy to follow. These useful hacks are concise, well written and easy to read.
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