• Linux Command Line: Beginners Guide to Learn Linux Commands and Shell Scripting

  • By: David A. Williams
  • Narrated by: Peter Prova
  • Length: 3 hrs and 52 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There is no shortage of books on the market that offer all the information to become a pro in using the Linux operating system. Some claim to have the key to feed everything into your brain in a single read, while others pretend to have grasped all the possible commands and programs available for Linux.

But do they appeal to intelligent person? No, they just fail to make a mark on the brains of smart computer users who want more practical information rather than theory. Most books are based on mere theoretical information rather than practical exercises, which becomes their weakness when it comes to being popular among readers.

This audiobook doesn’t promise to make you a Linux expert in 24 hours - rather it tends to put you on the right track by helping you understand what a Command Line Interface (CLI) is and how it differs from the Graphical User Interface (GUI). You will be able to learn the shell system and how much control you can have over your computer.

Let’s take a look what this audiobook has to offer:

  • Basic commands about file navigation and similar tasks
  • Command line exercises with solutions
  • An overview of system configuration and Linux environment
  • Analysis of Linux environment variables
  • The basics of shell scripting
  • Advanced level shell scripting that is used to write programs

This audiobook offers you the opportunity to try and test different commands in a real Linux environment. It will help you get started with the Linux environment by educating you on basic commands.

The world is changing and so is the basic approach of human beings toward technology. As the tech world gains steam, so should the users.

Linux is the best alternative as a well-protected operating system. Linux Command Line: Beginners Guide to Learn Linux Commands and Shell Scripting is the one handy tool to learn Linux in a short timeframe.

©2019 David A. Williams (P)2019 David A. Williams
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awesome guide

This topic is very interesting. I'm new to audio books. But I love listening books more then reading. The voice is also very clear and elegant. Great job😎

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must listen to it

I must say that this book is very helpful for all people who want to Linux Command Line. This book is what I need when it come to Start.

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Easy to understand

The chapters are the perfect length, not too long, not too short. You can read each chapter in about 30 minutes. I will be keeping my eyes open for any future books written by this author. If you are on the fence, take the plunge, it's a great book.

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Wonderful book

This book is not going to make you a super hacker or anything like that but it is well written, has practical and useful information

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Love it

verything is well explained and easy to follow. Decided to start reading the book from the beginning in my attempt to identify and fill in the gaps. In my opinion, this book is good for all levels. I am happy with this purchas

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must listen to it

I have been using Linux on/off for a long time now. Favorite distro is Manjaro KDE. 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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Love it

You will find yourself pretty familiar and comfortable with the command line in less than half way through the book. Highly recommended book to anyone who wishes to start using the command line in Linux. All chapters are clear with details and examples of usage.

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helpful book

he real power of Linux lies within the command line. This book is a notable educational and will have you ever dwelling on the command line.

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Useful book

Definitely gets into intermediate and even some advanced stuff. When I have a linux question this book has the answer

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good

I'm in the IT industry, so I recommend it for anyone with at least a decent grasp or at least a beginner willing to learn.