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Unix / Linux manuals. Operative Systems.

Definition of Linux / Unix

1. Definition of Linux: Pronounced lee-nucks or lih-nucks. A freely-distributable open source operating system that runs on a number of hardware platforms. The Linux kernel was developed mainly by Linus Torvalds. Because it's free, and because it runs on many platforms, including PCs and Macintoshes, Linux has become an extremely popular alternative to proprietary operating systems.

2. Definition of Unix: Pronounced yoo-niks, a popular multi-user, multitasking operating system developed at Bell Labs in the early 1970s. Created by just a handful of programmers, UNIX was designed to be a small, flexible system used exclusively by programmers.
UNIX was one of the first operating systems to be written in a high-level programming language, namely C. This meant that it could be installed on virtually any computer for which a C compiler existed. This natural portability combined with its low price made it a popular choice among universities. (It was inexpensive because antitrust regulations prohibited Bell Labs from marketing it as a full-scale product.)


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Advanced Bash Scripting Guide This tutorial assumes no previous knowledge of scripting or programming, but progresses rapidly toward an intermediate/advanced level of instruction . . . all the while sneaking in little nuggets of UNIX® wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook, a manual for self-study, and as a reference and source of knowledge on shell scripting techniques. The exercises and heavily-commented examples invite active reader participation, under the premise that the only way to really learn scripting is to write scripts.

This book is suitable for classroom use as a general introduction to programming concepts.
Matchell Garrell's Linux Tutorial
Machtelt Garrels' well-organized tutorial provides a hands-on introduction to Linux.
Unix Shell Script Advanced Video Tutorials
Eight hour video tutorial.
VTC has a number of UNIX tutorials that are in video form. This one guides advanced users through their first shell script.
Kevin Heard - Unix Tutorial Over the course of its history, UNIX has developed a reputation as a powerful yet difficult to use operating system. This is really quite inexplicable, given such intuitive sounding command names as chmod, grep, sed, and awk. Nevertheless, it is apparently true that many beginners find the UNIX command-line interface to be arcane and, at times, downright impenetrable. It is for such users that this tutorial is designed.
13 chapters
Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO
Learning About UNIX-GNU/Linux
This page provides access to course notes for a series of talks on the UNIX-Gnu/Linux computing environment given by David M. Harrison, Department of Physics, University of Toronto.

UNIX-Gnu/Linux is an extremely powerful computing environment. The notes concentrate on using the tools provided by the environment as a user. They do not discuss using the environment as a desktop substitute for Windoze or Macintosh. They also do not discuss issues of installation or system administration, except for some brief materials in the fifth module. Fourteen free weekly lessons for user of a modern PC running the Linux operating system. Screen shots are included in each lesson. Lesson 1 - Getting Started
Lesson 2 - Using the Desktop   Lesson 3 - Files and Folders
Lesson 4 - Using Common Mass Storage   Lesson 5 - Using the Printer and Scanner
Lesson 6 - Multimedia and Graphics Access   Lesson 7 - Accessing the Internet
Lesson 8 - The World Wide Web (WWW)   Lesson 9 - Internet Email
Lesson 10 - Using Suite   Lesson 11 - The Shell
Lesson 12 - Packaging, Updating, and Installing  Lesson 13 - Getting More Info and Help
Lesson 14 - KDE (The K Desktop Environment)
Linux Debian Tutorial "This is the Debian Tutorial. It is aimed at readers who are new to Debian GNU/Linux. It assumes no prior knowledge of GNU/Linux or other Unix-like systems, but it does assume very basic general knowledge about computers and hardware (you should know what the basic parts of a computer are, and what one might use a computer to do). This manual is meant to be read in order; each chapter assumes some knowledge of prior chapters, though you may find it useful to skip around. This tutorial assumes that you have already installed and configured Debian GNU/Linux according to the installation manual (which is incomplete as of this writing). However, you may want to look over the tutorial before you install, in order to learn more about Debian. In general this tutorial tries to explain the reasons for things, and help you understand what's going on inside the system. "
The Debian GNU/LInux FAQl "This document answers questions frequently asked about Debian GNU/Linux. "
Linux Shell scripting tutorial "This tutorial is designed for beginners who wish to learn the basics of shell scripting/programming plus introduction to power tools such as awk, sed, etc. It is not help or manual for the shell; while reading this tutorial you can find manual quite useful (type man bash at $ prompt to see manual pages). Manual contains all necessary information you need, but it won't have that much examples, which makes idea more clear. For this reason, this tutorial contains examples rather than all the features of shell.
I assume you have at least working knowledge of Linux i.e. basic commands like how to create, copy, remove files/directories etc or how to use editor like vi or mcedit and login to your system. But not expects any programming language experience. If you have access to Linux, this tutorial will provide you an easy-to-follow introduction to shell scripting."
Linux files and command reference "This document briefly describes the Linux filesystem structure, Linux configuration files and how they are used, and Linux commands and programs used for various functions on the system. This document is divided into two sections. The first section describes the Linux filestructure, lists system configuration files, and describes the filestructure of some of these files. The second section lists all commands and briefly describes them. The commands are categorized according to system functionality."

Collection of tutorials about Linux
Hundreds of tutorials about Linux.
Unix tutorial Brief introduction to Unix.
Unix tutorials "The following set of tutorials reflects an effort to give Unix programmers and programmers wanna-be a chance to get familiar with various aspects of programming on Unix-like systems. The one assumption common to all tutorials (unless stated otherwise) is that you already know C programming on any system.  The general intention is to allow someone to get familiar with a subject rather quickly, so they can start experimenting with it, and allow them to read a more thorough user manual or reference manual after they got over the initial "fear". By no means will these tutorials suffice to turn anyone into a proficient professional, but one needs to start somewhere and then again, why not do it for free? "


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