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TitleLinux: The Ultimate Step by Step Guide to Quickly and Easily Learning Linux
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Table of Contents
                            Chapter One: LINUX HISTORY
Chapter Two: LINUX DISTRIBUTION (DISTRO)
	Introduction
	GUIDE TO CHOOSING DISTRIBUTION
	Linux Mint
	Ubuntu
	Debian GNU/Linux
	Mageia
	Fedora
	openSUSE
	Arch Linux
	CentOS
	PCLinuxOS
	Slackware Linux
	FreeBSD
Chapter Three: LICENSING
	COMMUNITY
	DEVELOPMENT
Chapter Four: INSTALLING DEBIAN 8
	What is Debian
	Customizing your System
		Terminal
	Install sudo
	Set up the network
	Setup your hosts file
	Log in via SSH!
	Installing the basics
	Installing MySQL
	Setting up MySQL
Chapter Five: INSTALLING CENTOS 7
	Installation of CenOS7
	Step 1: Download the ISO Image
	Step 2: Make a bootable Drive
	Step 3: Begin Installation
	Step 4: Select Language and Keyboard
	Step 5: Change the Installation Destination
	Step 6: Select the Partitioning Scheme
	Step 7: Create a Swap Space
	Step 8: Create a Mountpoint
	Step 9: Accept Changes
	Step 10: Set Date and Time
	Step 11: Begin Installation
	Step 12: Set Up Root Password
	Step 13: Create a User Account
	Step 14: Complete Installation
	Change and Set Hostname Command
	Method #1: hostnamectl
		How do I see the host names?
		How do I delete a particular host name?
		How do I change host name remotely?
	Method #2: nmtui
	Method #3: nmcli
		To view the host name using nmcli:
		To set the host name using nmcli:
Chapter Six: LINUX AND UNIXMAN COMMAND
	Syntax
	Description
	General Options
	Main Modes of Operation
	Finding Manual Pages
	Controlling Formatted Output
	Section Numbers
	Exit Status
	Environment
	Files
	Examples
Chapter Seven: LINUX DIRECTORY COMMAND
	sample outputs
	List only files in Unix
	Task: Create aliases to save time
Chapter Eight: WORKING WITH FILES
	UNIX File Names
	Looking at the Contents of Files
		Cat Command
		More Command
		Head Command
		Tail Command
	Copying, Erasing, Renaming
		Copying Files
		Erasing Files
		Renaming a File
	Using the Command Line
		Standard Input and Standard Output
		Redirection
		Using Pipes and Filters
	Some Additional File Handling Commands
		Word Count
		Comparing the Contents of Two Files: the cmp and diff Commands
Chapter Nine: NAVIGATION AND FILE MANAGEMENT
	Prerequisites and Goals
	Navigation and Exploration
		Finding where you are with the "pwd" command
		Looking at the Contents of Directories with "ls"
		Moving Around the Filesystem with "cd"
	Viewing Files
	File and Directory Manipulation
		Create a File with "touch"
		Create a Directory with "mkdir"
		Moving and Renaming Files and Directories with "mv"
		Copying Files and Directories with "cp"
		Removing Files and Directories with "rm" and "rmdir"
	Editing Files
Chapter Ten: UNIX SHELL SCRIPTING
	Shell Scripting Introduction
Chapter Eleven: SHELL BASIC OPERATOR
	Arithmetic Operators
	Relational Operators:
	Boolean Operators
	String Operators
	File Test Operators
Run The .Sh File Shell Script In Linux / Unix
	.sh As Root User
	chmod Command: Run Shell Script In Linux
Chapter Twelve: SHELL EMBEDDING AND OPTIONS
	Shell installing
Backticks
	Backticks or single quotes
	Shell Alternatives
	Practice: Shell Installing
Chapter Thirteen: SHELL HISTORY SEARCH COMMAND
	Emacs Line-Edit Mode Command History Searching
	fc command
	Delete command history
		FILE NAME GLOBBING WITH *, ?, [ ]
Chapter fourteen: UNIX - SHELL INPUT/OUTPUT REDIRECTIONS
Chapter Fifteen: UNIX SHELL FUNCTION
	Creating Functions
	Example
	Pass Parameters to a Function
	Returning Values from Functions
	Example
	Nested Functions
	Function Call from Prompt
Unix - Pipes and Filters
	The grep Command
	The sort Command
	The pg and more Commands
Chapter Sixteen: UNIX USEFUL COMMAND
	Files and Directories
	Manipulating data
	Messages between Users
Chapter Seventeen: REGULAR EXPRESSION
	Invoking sed
	The sed General Syntax
	Deleting All Lines with sed
	The sed Addresses
	The sed Address Ranges
	The Substitution Command
	Substitution Flags
	Using an Alternative String Separator
	Replacing with Empty Space
	Address Substitution
	The Matching Command
	Using Regular Expression
	Using Multiple sed Commands
	Back References
Chapter Eighteen: FILE SYSTEM BASICS
	Directory Structure
	The df Command
	The du Command
	Mounting the File System
	Unmounting the File System
	User and Group Quotas
Chapter Nineteen: UNIX-USER ADMINISTRATION
	Managing Users and Groups
	Modify a Group
	Delete a Group:
	Create an Account
	Modify an Account
	Delete an Account
Chapter Twenty: SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
	Performance Components
Unix - System Logging
	The /etc/syslog.conf file
	Logging Actions
	Log Rotation
	Important Log Locations
Chapter Twenty-one: UNIX SIGNALS AND TRAPS
	LIST of Signals
	Default Actions
	Sending Signals
	Trapping Signals
	Cleaning Up Temporary Files
	Ignoring Signals
	Resetting Traps
dedication
Special Thanks
                        

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