A Book Review of The Linux Command Line: A Complete Introduction

Posted by tripwire45 on Jan 21, 2012 9:32 PM EDT
A Million Chimpanzees blog; By James Pyles
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Face it. Linux may never succeed as a desktop operating system and may have to "settle" for being the king of the server and embedded device markets. But is that such a bad thing? Ironically, the power of a Windows machine is on the command-line, but unless you're a system admin or network guru, that doesn't even occur to you. And absolutely, the power of Linux is in the command-line shell. Why fight the nature of what Linux is? Instead of trying to avoid shell commands, embrace them. "That's where The Linux Command Line: A Complete Introduction" comes in.

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HEY - I've been using ONLY Linux for my desktop for years wilytm 2 818 Jan 22, 2012 3:47 PM

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