After you've had some experience with Linux, you don't need someone telling you to click the Help button for help or to drag a file to the trash icon to delete it. What you need is a reference that shows you powerful commands and options that let you take hold of your Linux system, as well as the processes, users, storage media, network resources, and system services associated with it.
Fedora Linux Toolbox provides you with more than 1,000 specific command lines to help you become a Linux power user. Whether you are a systems administrator or desktop user, the book will show you commands to create file systems, troubleshoot networks, lock down security, and dig out almost anything you care to know about your Linux system.
This book's focus for your Linux command line journey is Fedora, the community-based Linux distribution sponsored by Red Hat, Inc. Fedora and other Linux systems derived from Fedora, such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS, have been installed on millions of computers around the world. Tapping into the skills needed to run those systems can help you to work with your own Linux systems and to learn what you need as a Linux professional.
This book is for anyone who wants to access the power of a Linux system as a systems administrator or user. You may be a Linux enthusiast, a Linux professional, or possibly a computer professional who is increasingly finding the Windows systems in your data center supplanted by Linux boxes. ...