Files: Local File Areas - Text Files

FilenameSizeDescription
Bash-Beginners-Guide.pdf1MBash Guide for Beginners Version 1.11
PDF format.
Bash-Beginners-Guide.txt421KBash Guide for Beginners Version 1.11
TXT format.
LFS-BOOK-6.1.1.pdf716KLinux From Scratch Version 6.1.1
by Gerard Beekmans. PDF version.
LFS-BOOK-6.1.1.txt388KLinux From Scratch Version 6.1.1
by Gerard Beekmans. TXT version.
Mobile-Guide.pdf1MLinux on the Road (PDF) Version 3.22. Linux
with Laptops, Notebooks, PDAs, Mobile Phones
and Other Portable Devices by Werner Heuser.
Mobile-Guide.txt447KLinux on the Road (TXT) Version 3.22. Linux
with Laptops, Notebooks, PDAs, Mobile Phones
and Other Portable Devices by Werner Heuser.
abs-guide.pdf2MAdvanced Bash-Scripting Guide Revision 10,
PDF version. This tutorial assumes no
previous knowledge of scripting or
programming, yet progresses rapidly toward
an intermediate/advanced level of instruction
all the while sneaking in little nuggets of
UNIX wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook,
a manual for self-study, and as a reference
and source of knowledge on shell scripting
techniques. The exercises and heavily
commented examples invite active reader
participation, under the premise that the
only way to really learn scripting is to
write scripts.
abs-guide.txt1MAdvanced Bash-Scripting Guide Revision 10,
TXT version. This tutorial assumes no
previous knowledge of scripting or
programming, yet progresses rapidly toward
an intermediate/advanced level of instruction
all the while sneaking in little nuggets of
UNIX wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook,
a manual for self-study, and as a reference
and source of knowledge on shell scripting
techniques. The exercises and heavily
commented examples invite active reader
participation, under the premise that the
only way to really learn scripting is to
write scripts.
intro-linux.pdf1MIntroduction to Linux, a hands on guide. PDF
version. Many people still believe that
learning Linux is difficult, or that only
experts can understand how a Linux system
works. Though there is a lot of free
documentation available, the documentation
is widely scattered on the Web, and often
confusing, since it is usually oriented
toward experienced UNIX or Linux users. Today,
thanks to the advancements in development,
Linux has grown in popularity both at home and
at work. The goal of this guide is to show
people of all ages that Linux can be simple
and fun, and used for all kinds of purposes.
intro-linux.txt698KIntroduction to Linux, a hands on guide. TXT
version. Many people still believe that
learning Linux is difficult, or that only
experts can understand how a Linux system
works. Though there is a lot of free
documentation available, the documentation
is widely scattered on the Web, and often
confusing, since it is usually oriented
toward experienced UNIX or Linux users. Today,
thanks to the advancements in development,
Linux has grown in popularity both at home and
at work. The goal of this guide is to show
people of all ages that Linux can be simple
and fun, and used for all kinds of purposes.
jarg447.txt1MThe on-line hacker Jargon File, version
4.4.7, 29 Dec 2003. This is the Jargon File,
a comprehensive compendium of hacker slang
illuminating many aspects of hackish
tradition, folklore, and humor. This document
(the Jargon File) is in the public domain, to
be freely used, shared, and modified. There
are (by intention) no legal restraints on what
you can do with it, but there are traditions
about its proper use to which many hackers are
quite strongly attached. Please extend the
courtesy of proper citation when you quote the
File, ideally with a version number, as it
will change and grow over time. (Examples of
appropriate citation form: "Jargon File 4.4.7"
or "The on-line hacker Jargon File, version
4.4.7, 29 Dec 2003".)
jargon-4.3.3.tar.gz2MThe Jargon File 4.3.3. HTML version to include
in your web server.