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A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming by Mark G. Sobell (14-Sep-2012) Paperback

A Practical Guide to Linux Commands Editors and Shell Programming by Mark G Sobell Sep Paperback

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    Comment 556 on “A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming by Mark G. Sobell (14-Sep-2012) Paperback

    1. Mathieu Moulard says:
      Je l ai eu aujourd hui et je m y suis plong pour les besoins de mon job Je dois dire que c est tr s tr s bien fait, maill d exemples simples mais tr s parlant et montrant l utilit des concepts expliqu s, avec de nombreuses r f rences d autres pages du manuel Si seulement l auteur pouvait ma triser le C comme il ma trise Linux et en faire un bouquin la hauteur de celui ci, je lui donnerais une deuxi me m daille d or Mille mercis Monsieur Sobell.

    2. That Guy Over Here says:
      great book I m using for a beginner linux course at the college info in the book is understandable and well writtenTE I have both the hardcopy and ecopy The hardcopy is great, but DO NOT purchase the Kindle version Certain text in the Kindle version is too small and illegible Unless there s something i don t know about the Kindle app, I wasn t able to zoom expand the text to view these certain text, for better viewing If you need want an ecopy of this book, there are sources online where you can [...]

    3. Science Geek says:
      This book is like the course you wish you could take at college but they don t offer because they are making you learn theoretical things like what a turing machine is, and other things you will likely never use.This is a great practicel, no nonsense introduction to Linux for those who are at the command line and want to know what to do next How do you navigate the file system What do those weird files like bin and dev and boot mean How can you change your command line to look cool How do you wr [...]

    4. Big Daddy says:
      A well written book, suitable for long term reference Linux, as with other Unix based languages, is comprehensive, versatile and likely to retain its utility for years to come I like Mark Sobel s style of organizing his material and writing a clear manuscript.This book is unlikely to find a wide audience, but for those who have need for a very good reference to this subject, this work merits your serious consideration I consider this book to be a worthwhile addition to my Mac OS X library, and I [...]

    5. G.S. Fordham says:
      This book is very good at explaining its concepts, but the writing style is only ok Particularly, the chapters are not very well broken up each chapter is very long I don t feel it s overloaded with fluff, but it does add in than it should and doesn t really create sections too well It s like each command has 1 or sections to itself, but you don t really know how much you ve actually completed just by going through one of them partially, might be because I have the Kindle version, though, so t [...]

    6. cattytux says:
      I ve purchased many Linux books on and this one is, for the most part, the best yet It s VERY well organized Topics and material are thoroughly covered, with summaries and exercises at the end of each chapter Book includes many examples, four appendixes, three indexes, and a thorough glossary The only negative so far is that, unless you are an instructor, only the answers to the even numbered exercises and advanced exercises are available on line at the author s website This book is over 1,000 p [...]

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