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PART I: Getting Started
1 Things to Know About Your Command Line 5
2 The Basics 15
3 Learning About Commands 57
4 Building Blocks 89
PART II: Working tieh Files
5 Viewing Files 105
6 Printing and Managing Print Jobs 123
7 Ownerships and Permissions 135
8 Archiving and Compression 165
PART III: Finding Stuff
9 Finding Stuff: Easy 193
10 The find Command 219
PART IV: Environment
11 Your Shell 237
12 Monitoring System Resources 247
13 Installing Software 269
PART V: Networking
14 Connectivity 295
15 Working on the Network 325
16 Windows Networking 355
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Scott Granneman is a monthly columnist for SecurityFocus and Linux Magazine, as well as a professional blogger on The Open Source Weblog. He is an adjunct Professor at Washington University, St. Louis and at Webster University, teaching a variety of courses about technology and the Internet. As a consultant, Scott has worked with clients including Anheuser-Busch, the National Football League, St. Louis Zoo, and the American Civil Liberties Unions of Eastern Missouri, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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