Book: The Linux Command Line

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loldier
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Iscritto: 02/17/2016

--The Linux Command Line--
by William Shotts

Fifth Internet Edition

http://linuxclass.heinz.cmu.edu/doc/tlcl-19.01.pdf

http://www.linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php/

Freely distributable

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

so I'll include the compressed PDF here as an attachment.

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andyprough
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Iscritto: 02/12/2015

Ohh, that's good stuff, thanks! I had an earlier edition years ago, have already forgotten so much from it. It's amazing how much you can learn spending a quiet evening with a book like that, trying out different commands.

jahoti
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Iscritto: 07/31/2021

Another good book for the reading list- thank you!

lanun
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Iscritto: 04/01/2021

I had never tried this:

~$ cal

Also, I always forget that a middle click will paste the last selected text.

Avron
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Iscritto: 08/18/2020

Don't forget the double right click to cut in emacs.

I find it so disappointing that left and middle click on empty space in Mate do nothing (and that right click menu seems not configurable).

I would like to have left click open a configurable app menu and middle click a list of open windows, so that I can get rid of this taskbar wasting precious space on small laptop screens. Perhaps I should setup the good old fvwm that does this perfectly well.