An extensive list of free eBooks and resources to learn Linux be it for desktop Linux or Advanced Linux System Administration [eBook]. This section contains free e-books and guides on Linux Administration, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded. The Linux System Administrators Guide. Debian GNU/Linux System Administrators Manual. More than free eBooks to read or download in english for your computer, smartphone, ereader or tablet!, Linux System Administration, Paul Cobbaut.
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Chapter 1: The Basics of System Administration Start with Linux System Administration, Second Edition, by Vicki Stanfield and Roderick W. All these evergreen Linux Tutorial and learning e-books are free. This book contains a set of tutorials and tips on advanced level Linux system administration. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Wale Soyinka wears many hats, all fitting to varying Wale has written an extensive library of Linux administration training.
The guide takes you from installing and configuring Ubuntu to adding and managing software and securing your system. A must read book if you use Ubuntu. There is enough Linux juice in this book to keep even the intermediate to advanced users interested.
The book begins humbly by presenting the basic commands and tools, however before you know it, you are learning everything from regular expressions to shell scripting to C programming to networking. User Mode Linux One of the benefits of running Linux is its extreme functionality for power users.
User Mode Linux gives an overview of technical Linux topics.
While a pretty technical read, User Mode Linux manages to remain readable and engaging. Great diagrams peppered throughout show concepts visually, like a picture of UML as a kernel and process.
Linux Succinctly Are you new to Linux? Offering stellar overview of Linux, Cannon begins with the basics: what is Linux? His free eBook proceeds to cover distributions, and then branches into the main components.
Namely, Linux Succinctly covers directories, the command line, directory structure, permissions, and more. However these refrain from becoming overwhelming.
Overall, Linux Succinctly summarizes the Linux ecosystem comprehensively, effectively, and in less than pages. Java Application Development on Linux Java stands as one of the most popular programming languages. If you have a question on Java development on Linux, chances are this is the book for you. One of the best sections is Part II on business logic.
This reviews such tactics as developing software, what makes good software, and budget applications. System administrators usually adore Linux, whether by choice or Stockholm Syndrome. This free eBook starts at the beginning with, you guessed it, networking. Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook Linux boasts the uber-powerful command line.
Shell scripting is a main draw of adopting the Linux ecosystem.
Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook dives into shell. Sure, there are gorgeous graphical user interfaces GUI like Gnome and KDE, but shell scripts persist in delivering the ultimate in functionality. It discusses how to install and setup a Linux server with all the necessary security and optimization for a high performance Linux specific machine. It can also be applied with some minor changes to other Linux variants without difficulty.
A must read for any serious Linux system admin.
With over fifty pages of copy-paste tutorials, this guide belongs in the virtual library of every Linux user! This ebook will walk you through the installation process, meanwhile shedding some extra light on the partitioning process.
The guide is aimed, not only familiarizing you, but on making your Linux experience easier in general. Learn how to define command aliases, making the Command Line Shell easy to use!
The manual has step by step instructions and includes lots of screenshots to show you how to do tasks. It also includes a Troubleshooting section to help you solve common Ubuntu problems quickly. Everybody who wants to make life easier on themselves, power users and sysadmins alike, can benefit from reading this practical course. The guide contains lots of examples and exercises at the end of each chapter, demonstrating the theory and helping you practice.