Who is this for?
Software developers, sysadmins and data scientists.
Anyone who needs to control Linux or BSD systems like personal computers, servers, virtual machines and containers.
For both beginners as well as intermediate users.
What is inside?
Short and to-the-point explanations of how things work from an experienced software developer.
Current state-of-the-art applications.
Tips and tricks for efficient command line usage.
How to be confident when running things on a command line.
Instructions on how to chain commands together, redirect inputs and outputs, and create shell scripts.
Topics covering account management and permissions, job control, search, text data wrangling, working with HTTP and SSH, configuration.
Compatible instructions for both Bash and Zsh.
What others are saying?
"The book was astounding, I really liked it. I still use it as a reference sometimes."
~ Ayushman Dubey
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What will you get?
80 pages of the most useful information about the Linux command line.
High-quality PDF with clickable links and syntax-highlighted code examples.
About the author
80 pages in PDF on the most important techniques and programs for efficient command line usage. Last updated on September 2021.
- 80 pages in PDF on the most important techniques and programs for efficient command line usage. Last updated on September 2021.
- Size1.93 MB
- Length82 pages