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Linux Complete Command Reference
by John Purcell
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Compiled by Red Hat Software, Inc., the company that has assembled the most popular x86 installation of Linux, this command reference is massive, authoritative, and as complete as any reference can be.
In 1,500 pages of tiny print, this heavy-duty tome documents every command, utility, file system, library function, and administration tool in the operating system. Linux also features a detailed kernel reference guide and a good index. And if the print size bothers you, the entire contents of the book are included on the companion CD-ROM, along with the Unix version of the Adobe Acrobat reader. In Acrobat, you can adjust the font size to something more readable. If you're running a Linux system and acting as your own system administrator, Linux: Complete Command Reference is an indispensable reference.
Linux Complete Command Reference contains a number of cross references and jump tables to help you locate the Linux function.
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