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How Linux works: what every superuser should know / Brian Ward. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN 1. Linux. 2. Operating systems (Computers) . Contribute to KnowNo/How-Linux-Works-2nd-Edition development by creating an The “hows” and “whys” of How Linux Works: for anyone who wants to understand Print Book and FREE Ebook, $ Ebook (PDF, Mobi, and ePub), $

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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Brian Ward has been working with Linux since How Linux Works, 2nd Edition: What Every Superuser Should Know eBook: Brian Ward: Kindle Store. How Linux Works: What Every Superuser Should Know Brian Ward Published by No Starch Press - Selection from How Linux Works, 2nd Edition [Book]. Download How Linux Works, 2nd Edition: What Every Superuser Should at: [PDF] Do.

You will learn to use ps and lsof for both process and thread monitoring. From CPU to memory, you will learn that Linux offers a great variety of resource monitoring tools. Unless you are a.

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Chapter 9 This chapter is an introduction to networking and you can skip it if you already know networking basics. You can also learn about Linux routing, but unless you are a system administrator, you are not going to need this on your daily job. You are going to learn about network monitoring, using lsof, tcpdump and port scanning. The network security is also a good read for every programmer as well as the socket section.

Chapter 11 and 12 The eleventh chapter is dedicated to shell scripting and automating recurring tasks is not only a system administrator job.

Chapter 13 In this chapter, you are going to learn about user environment configurations for both login and remote sessions. Chapter 14 The fourteenth chapter is dedicated to Desktop environments, emphasizing the importance of X server and client utilities. Chapter 15 and 16 These chapters give you an introduction into C programming, from a Linux administration perspective.

You will learn how to build a Linux package even without a package manager. Chapter 17 The last chapter wraps everything up and reiterates the importance of Linux for both servers and embedded devices. Linux might not be easy in other domains of activity, but as a developer, you have no excuse but to learn to use it. Damian Tommasino.

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In this completely revised second edition of the perennial best seller How Linux Works, author Brian Ward makes the concepts behind Linux internals accessible to anyone curious about the inner workings of the operating system.

The author does not always articulate himself as clearly as I would like, but it covered a lot of concepts relevant to the LPIC-1 exam including the boot process, bash scripting, libraries, managing files, etc.

Wish I had read this book earlier. Quite decent and informative!

It's easy to read, though it encompasses lots of useful information. Sort order. Lists with This Book.

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