can't find a command line book

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can't find a command line book

Postby biffer on Wed Nov 09, 2011 11:42 am

Hi,

I was doing something else but came across mention of a book by Will Schott called The Linux Command Line. It seemed easy enough for me to understand and I meant to come back to it later. Now I can't find any mention of it!

I've only got Mint on my computer so I must have seen the book using our OS.. Googling the title and author produces no mention of the book and it's not on Amazon either.

I feel stupid having to ask for help over something my own fault but step in if you can, please.
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Re: can't find a command line book

Postby richyrich on Wed Nov 09, 2011 12:22 pm

I guess my google kungfoo is stronger . . :mrgreen:

save a copy .

http://people.wallawalla.edu/~larry.aam ... -09.12.pdf
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Re: can't find a command line book

Postby odo5435 on Wed Nov 09, 2011 12:25 pm

Searched "The Linux Command Line".

Got this.
LinuxMint 14 'Nadia' 64-bit dual boot with Win' 7 :::<<>>::: Linux Registered User No. 545697
Kernel: Linux 3.5.0-17-generic (x86_64) >< Cinnamon
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Re: can't find a command line book

Postby biffer on Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:53 pm

Hi Both,

Well, I knew that somebody would re-inforce my feeling of stupidity. I might have found it myself if I had not spelt Shotts as Schott.

I'm very thankful to you for your prompt and helpful replies. I'll print out a few pages of the tome just to get me started. Will have to be tomorrow now as I've a get-together on this evening. Much washing up to do afterwards which I will not enjoy.

Best wishes and thanks again.

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