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And yes, these books are more desktop Linux focused. I would also like to add that most Linux distributions have their own wiki or documentation section which are often pretty vast.
You can always refer to them when you are online.
Ubuntu Manual Needless to say that this eBook is for Ubuntu users. It is updated for each version of Ubuntu. So, you get to know Unity desktop, how to go around it and find applications etc. It shows you how to install Linux Mint in a virtual machine, how to find software, install updates and customize the Linux Mint desktop.
Solus Linux Manual [eBook] Caution! Solus Linux User Guide 5. I have listed a few free eBooks here for SysAdmin which will surely help anyone who is already a SysAdmin or aspirs to be one. I must add that you should also focus on essential Linux command lines as it will make your job easier.
Book starts with Debian history, installation, package management etc and then moves on to cover topics like LAMP , virtual machines, storage management and other core sysadmin stuff. The book deals straightway to the topics essential for sysadmins.
The pages long eBook covers networking, disk management, user management, kernel management, library management etc. Linux Networking Linux Storage [eBook] This book by Paul Cobbaut yes, him again explains disk management on Linux in detail and introduces a lot of other storage-related technologies.
Linux Security Your favorite Linux learning material? I know that this is a good collection of free Linux eBooks. But this could always be made better. If you have some other resources that could be helpful in learning Linux, do share with us.
To retain both the original and the compressed version, use the -k keep option. If you want to see fewer or more lines, use the -n number option.
In this example, we use head with its default of 10 lines. We then repeat the command asking for only five lines.
You can repeat any of the commands from your history by typing an exclamation point!
You need to have a good reason to do so. We can search for the shutter process and obtain its PID as follows: ps -e grep shutter. Once we have determined the PID— in this case—we can kill it as follows: kill To view a file provide its name to less as follows: less core.
It lists the files and folders in the directory you specify.
By default, ls looks in the current directory. Some common examples are presented here. To list the files and folders in the current directory: ls To list the files and folders in the current directory with a detailed listing use the -l long option: ls -l To use human-friendly file sizes include the -h human option: ls -lh To include hidden files use the -a all files option: ls -lha The man pages are the user manual for that command.
Because man uses less to display the man pages, you can use the search capabilities of less. For example, to see the man pages for chown, use the following command: man chown Use the Up and Down arrow or PgUp and PgDn keys to scroll through the document.
You must provide the name of the new directory to mkdir.
If the new directory is not going to be within the current directory, you must provide the path to the new directory. It also allows you to rename files. To move a file you must tell mv where the file is and where you want it to be moved to.
Just type passwd to change your own password. You can also change the password of another user account, but you must use sudo. You will be asked to enter the new password twice.