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|Aimed squarely at aspiring Linux power users and professional administrators, the SUSE Linux Toolbox offers more than 1000 examples of useful Linux command lines. This compact, handy reference is made to carry with you, whether you are maintaining hundreds of Linux systems or just want to dig beneath the surface of your SUSE desktop system. This is the Linux reference book you need to step up to the next level.|
In this handy, compact guide, you'll explore a ton of powerful SUSE Linux commands while you learn to use SUSE Linux as the experts do: from the command line. Try out more than 1,000 commands to find and get software, monitor system health and security, and access network resources. Then, apply the skills you learn from this book to use and administer desktops and servers running openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise or any other Linux distribution.
|Author||Christopher Negus, Francois Caen|
|Number Of Pages||308 pages|
|Publisher||Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John|
|LC Classification Number||QA76.76.O63|
|Table Of Content|
|Table Of Content||Acknowledgments.Introduction.Chapter 1: Starting with SUSE.Chapter 2: Installing openSUSE and Adding Software.Chapter 3: Using the Shell.Chapter 4: Working with Files.Chapter 5: Manipulating Text.Chapter 6: Playing with Multimedia.Chapter 7: Administering File Systems.Chapter 8: Backups and Removable Media.Chapter 9: Checking and Managing Running Processes.Chapter 10: Managing the System.Chapter 11: Managing Network Connections.Chapter 12: Accessing Network Resources.Chapter 13: Doing Remote System Administration.Chapter 14: Locking Down Security.Appendix A: Using vi or Vim Editors.Appendix B: Shell Special Characters and Variables.Appendix C: Getting Information from /proc.Index.|
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This book talked about the great teams, they are used. Suitable for a user who is not by hearsay knows what Linux.
This book tells the story of the commands very clearly. No need to ponder. Many useful commands I have found for myself, but there are those that are given to work