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  • Title Just Enough Linux
  • Author(s) Malcolm Maclean
  • Publisher: Leanpub (2018)
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: B06Y4GWX9M
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Book Description

Just Enough Linux aims at getting you comfortable with some of the commands used in Linux and to hopefully help you 'get' Linux. If you've toyed with Linux and never really caught on to what's happening or have used a graphical interface without really touching the command line this book is for you.

The idea is to get you started on the process of using some of the commands available in Linux so that you:

  • Feel comfortable running commands
  • You understand a little more about what Linux is about and
  • Most importantly, you start to get Linux.
About the Authors
  • Malcolm Maclean has a passion for knowledge and he realises that part of the responsibility of gathering knowledge is being able to advance the state of the human condition in some way. The books that he wrote/writes are a mechanism to support his own learning, so the way he explains things is focused on trying to impart understanding in a simple but functional way.
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