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.................................................................................................................................7 1.1. History..............................................................................................................................................71.1.1. UNIX.......................................................................................................................................71.1.2. Linus and Linux.......................................................................................................................81.1.3. Current application of Linux systems.....................................................................................9 1.2. The user interface ..............................................................................................................................91.2.1. The tools................................................................................................................................62 3.5. Summary.........................................................................................................................................67 3.6. Exercises.........................................................................................................................................683.6.1. Partitions................................................................................................................................683.6.2. Paths......................................................................................................................................683.6.3. Tour of the system.................................................................................................................693.6.4. Manipulating files..................................................................................................................693.6.5. File permissions .....................................................................................................................69Chapter 4. Processes.........................................................................................................................................71 4.1. Processes inside out........................................................................................................................714.1.1. Multi-user and multi-tasking.................................................................................................714.1.2. Process types.........................................................................................................................714.1.3. Process attributes...................................................................................................................734.1.4. Displaying process information.............................................................................................744.1.5. Life and death of a process....................................................................................................764.1.6. SUID and SGID .....................................................................................................................78 4.2. Boot process, Init and shutdown.....................................................................................................804.2.1. Introduction...........................................................................................................................804.2.2. The boot process ....................................................................................................................804.2.3. GRUB features......................................................................................................................80 ii 4. Revision 1.242006-11-01 Revised by: MG added index terms, prepared for second printed edition, added gpg and proxy info.

....................................................................................................................91.2.2. Linux for non-experienced users...........................................................................................10 1.3. Properties of Linux.........................................................................................................................121.4.1. Linux Pros.............................................................................................................................121.4.2. Linux Cons............................................................................................................................13 1.5. Linux Flavors..................................................................................................................................141.5.1. Linux and GNU.....................................................................................................................141.5.2. GNU/Linux ............................................................................................................................151.5.3. Introduction...........................................................................................................................182.1.2. Graphical mode.....................................................................................................................182.1.3. Text mode..............................................................................................................................20 2.2. Absolute basics...............................................................................................................................212.2.1. The commands......................................................................................................................212.2.2. General remarks....................................................................................................................212.2.3. Using Bash features...............................................................................................................22 2.3. Getting help .....................................................................................................................................232.3.1. Be warned..............................................................................................................................232.3.2. The man pages.......................................................................................................................232.3.3. More info...............................................................................................................................25 2.4. Summary.........................................................................................................................................28 2.5. Exercises.........................................................................................................................................29 i 3. Files.......................................................................................................................................323.1.2. About partitioning.................................................................................................................333.1.3. More file system layout.........................................................................................................37 3.2. Orientation in the file system..........................................................................................................403.2.1. The path.................................................................................................................................403.2.2. Absolute and relative paths...................................................................................................413.2.3. The most important files and directories...............................................................................413.2.4. The most important configuration files.................................................................................443.2.5. The most common devices....................................................................................................463.2.6. The most common variable files...........................................................................................47 3.3. Manipulating files...........................................................................................................................483.3.1. Viewing file properties..........................................................................................................483.3.2. Creating and deleting files and directories............................................................................503.3.3. Finding files...........................................................................................................................533.3.4. More ways to view file content.............................................................................................573.3.5. Linking files..........................................................................................................................58 3.4. File security .....................................................................................................................................603.4.1. Access rights: Linux's first line of defense............................................................................603.4.2. Revision 1.2520070511 Revised by: MG Comments from readers, minor updates, E-mail etiquette, updated info about availability (thanks Oleg).

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Introduction to Linux Table of Contents Introduction.........................................................................................................................................................11. ...................................................................................................................................12. Revision 1.212006-03-14 Revised by: MG Added exercises in chap11, corrected newline errors, command overview completed for chapter 9, minor corrections in chap10.

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