• Linux

  • This Book Includes 4 Manuscripts. The Underground Bible to the UNIX Operating System with Tools on Security and Kali Hacking to Understand Computer Programming, Data Science and Command Line
  • By: Darwin Growth
  • Narrated by: Kevin Ford MVO
  • Length: 12 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you are looking for a complete guide on how to install, configure, and use Linux as operating system, and a simple, step-by-step method for becoming a hacker, then keep reading...

Four books in one.

This audiobook includes:

  • Linux for Beginners
  • Linux for Hackers
  • Hacking with Linux
  • Hacking with Kali Linux

Linux is a free and freely distributed operating system inspired by the UNIX system, written by Linus Torvalds with the help of thousands of programmers. This operating system is an option to be taken into account by those users who are dedicated to working with networks, devoting their time for programming, or for learning hacking techniques.

Especially for hackers, Linux is the best operating system on the market because it allows to perform a wide variety of tasks and transform your computer into an incredible hacking machine. Learn the hacking skills requires time. However, everything is possible with the correct guide and a lot of useful information. If you are ready to learn how to hack with Linux, then this book is your best bet. 

This is a detailed guide to learn all the principles of hacking and how to turn your Linux system into an unstoppable machine!

You’ll learn:

  • Basic system concepts
  • How to understand the user interface 
  • How to handle possible mistakes and errors
  • How the operating system architecture works
  • Basics of Linux and hacking
  • How to use Linux commands
  • The correct hacking procedure
  • Web and network hacking tools
  • Ethical and unethical parts of hacking
  • The hierarchy of hackers
  • How to prevent cyber-attacks and malware

Even if you are a complete beginner on programming, this audiobook will give you the correct information to understand the subject and start practicing today!

Start your journey! Develop underground hacking skills and turn your Linux system into a powerful, unbreakable, and unstoppable machine!

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©2020 Darwin Growth (P)2020 Darwin Growth
  • Series: Linux
  • Unabridged Audiobook

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This text was barely edited, if at all

There are a few instances of the narrator doing multiple takes for the same sentence, because of some mistake. That's not on the narrator, but on whoever edited the audio.

Also, there are a ton of phrases and statements that simply do not make sense. Plenty of sentences seem half-written and stop abruptly before they're complete, and as such don't make sense when heard aloud. There are also many obvious typos that the narrator may be forgiven for reading as they really are in the text.

Finally, while the narrator does his best with the error-ridden text he was given, his narration style does complicate comprehension somewhat. Given his inflection, on occasion I had some difficulty determining where the previous sentence had ended and the next had begun. But I would not be surprised to learn that at least a few of those instances were actually instances of the half-sentences I mentioned before.

All-in-all this book could be informative and helpful, I believe it clearly tracks in that direction. But the poor editing - if any editing was performed at all - on the text is lethal to any practical use. The author really should get this edited, and if it was edited before, the author should fire that editor and hire a new one.

I will return this and cannot recommend it.

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Thanks Darwin.

The author presented the information in a well-detailed manner. I like the way it was narrated and it feels like I was coached and trained personally with guidance and everything that I need to know about Linux programming language.

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must listen to it

I have been using Linux on/off for a long time now. I bought this book to improve my bash scripting and use it as a future reference. I find the book to be easy to read.

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Darwin Growth covers wide range of information

Darwin Growth covers wide range of information about what Arduino is and how it works. I find his writing easy to understand and he gets more to the point.

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Very thorough

Darwin Growth is very thorough and makes a great effort to take the learner with him in every lesson.

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His strategies and techniques are amazing

I have learned a lot from this audiobook! Daniel Jones provides useful and helpful information about linux. His strategies and techniques are amazing and also very easy to follow and understand. Morover, I would definitely recommend this audiobook to anyone!

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All basics needed - good content

Yes it was a good match and so far it seems like its going ok. I am very content. I had a great experience.

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Pretty clear

Instructor is pretty clear and direct to the point. I have zero knowlege with linux before and after this I feel really confident in using linux OS. I even installed ubuntu in my pc and use linux OS on my hosting and because of this course I can use linux and putty and all the command I learned. Thank you very much

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The instructor did an excellent job

The instructor did an excellent job of simply teaching practical navigation around the command line interface of Linux. I would absolutely recommend this as a foundational Linux class for absolute beginners also for Advanced as well. Too many courses go into every option of every command; most of which we do not ever use. This training simply directs you to use the specific commands. Like all language learning, you pick up the dry definitions info as real-world examples are executed, such that strong learner take-aways result.

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This lesson is very perfect.

Yes, iam not technical side candidate i want to change my profession most of the topics you provided is easy to understand. Its really helps me how to understand and think about high-level programming concepts in order to become a better programmer. Also have any idea of Advanced Strategies.