Book Review – Tweeting LINUX

November 3, 2011
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Tweeting LinuxThis 300 page book offers a fun approach to what’s more than a reference book on LINUX command lines.

Tweeting LinuxThis 300 page book offers a fun approach to what’s more than a reference book on LINUX command lines. Subtitled “140 Linux configuration commands explained in 140 characters or less”, the book provides an alphabetical approach to these commands. In addition to the 140 character summaries, each page provides screen shots and more detailed documentation on the commands. Included in the dictionary are some familiar commands like chmod (change or modify directory permissions) and more esoteric ones like testpharm (checks the smb.conf file for correctness).
So if you want a Linux reference that has a fun approach, pick up a copy.

Other books by Don R. Crawley include Linux administration and IT customer service.

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