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Linux Audiobook

Linux: The Ultimate Beginners Guide

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Publisher's Summary

Have you ever wanted to learn how to use Linux? This step-by-step guide will teach you how to operate the Linux operating system. This book contains everything you need to know about Linux and how to master it. Even if you are not a beginner, this book still contains tons of new information. Become a Linux master today!

Here is a preview of what you'll learn...

  • What is Linux and why choose Linux
  • Which version to use: desktop or server
  • Which distro to use
  • How to install Linux
  • What to do next with Linux
  • Commands and functions for the beginner
  • Much, much more!

©2016 Max Green (P)2016 Max Green

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    R. L. West Morgantown, WV USA 09-04-17
    R. L. West Morgantown, WV USA 09-04-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Not perfect, but OK."

    A few errors noticed that sound like the reader didn't clearly understand the copy.
    Not that I would expect her to, but the author or proofreader (-listemer?) should have caught it.

    example:
    cd ..
    change current directory to parent, i.e. move up a directory level.
    the reader apparently took the second period as punctuation for the sentence she was reading,
    so she read it as "cd . "
    which sort of doesn't do anything!

    Otherwise this is a nice overview.

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