Best of all, this great book contains all of the common Linux shell commands to allow you to quickly locate errors and monitor your filesystem environment.
Author: Jon Emmons
Publisher: Rampant Techpress
Linux is one of the most robust and complex operating systems ever created, and the Linux professional must master complex commands, arguments and scripting syntax. For beginners and experts alike, this condensed book is an indispensable guide for using Linux commands. Filled with working examples, this reference will get you started fast in maintaining any Linux server. Written by a working Linux administrator, this quick reference has working examples of all of the Linux commands that you need to manage your Linux environment. Best of all, this great book contains all of the common Linux shell commands to allow you to quickly locate errors and monitor your filesystem environment.
This is the only way to have full control of Linux.
Author: Craig Berg
Do you want to take your knowledge of Linux to the next level by learning everything there is to know about Linux command line, so you can "talk directly to your system" and stop relying only on the GUI? And are you looking for a book that is beginner friendly to ensure you don't feel so lost in the examples/illustrations but can follow every everything to actually do the stuff that's mostly reserved for pros that know what they are doing? If you've answered YES, keep reading... You Are About To Enter Into A Path Less Traveled - Linux Command Guide And Become Great At It, Even If You Are A Complete Beginner! Over time, Linux has undergone many changes and has evolved to be the world's most used platform for internet servers. For instance, Amazon and Google run on Linux. As more and more servers and people opt for Linux, it gives rise to the need for most of the tech community to be fluent with it. Fluency with the powerful operating system however means that you have to shun the use of the graphical user interface - what most of the other popular operating systems are based on and switch to the command-line interface. This is the only way to have full control of Linux. This guide will help you learn everything there is to know about the Linux command line and help you familiarize yourself with a wide array of useful commands - all without assuming that you have prior experience with Linux. Based on the fact that you are reading this, it is clear that you too have been caught up with the bug of going mouse-less and you've probably heard of the potential that the Linux Command prompt holds, and you are probably wondering.... Which Linux version/distro is best for a beginner? How do I launch Linux Command Line and how do I get started with it? What commands can I run on Linux Command Line and what do they do? What can I do with Linux command line? How do I perfect my craft? If my guess is right, and these are some of the questions preventing you from getting started with Linux Command Line, then this book is what you have to get as it answers the all in a straightforward and beginner-friendly language to allow you to get the most out of Linux Command-Line. With fully explained examples created using the latest and most beginner friendly distribution, you can bet that you will soon have a good grasp of the practical application of commands in automating many of the tasks that you do so often! Whether you are a beginner or an intermediate, you will find this book very useful. Here is what you should expect to find in the book: How to choose a Linux distribution, download it and install it on different operating systems The ins and outs of the Linux Command, Terminal, and Shell and some of the basic commands to get you started How to navigate and understand the Linux Filesystem, including powerful tips you should keep in mind The ins and outs of file and directory manipulation on Linux, including copying, moving, deleting, renaming and much more using Linux commands How to master commands for working with commands How to create custom commands to automate tasks How to set permissions and run the Linux Command Line as an administrator How to change passwords for user accounts And much more... Even if you've never had any interactions with Linux before, this book will have you wishing you knew what Linux could do earlier! Scroll up and click Buy Now With 1-Click or Buy Now to get started!
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This book is an exploration of Linux. Each and every aspect of the Linux operating system is discussed in this book.
Author: Matthew Gimson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
This book is an exploration of Linux. Each and every aspect of the Linux operating system is discussed in this book. It begins by explaining what Linux is, as well as the commands that are common in the Linux command line, range from the simple to the more complex commands. Input/ Output redirection in Linux is also discussed. This book will help you understand how to redirect the input and output in Linux. The special characters that are used as wildcards in Linux have been explored in detail. You will find out how to implement and ensure that there is file security in Linux. The process of working with jobs and processes are included, as well as how to create processes in both the foreground and background, plus how to kill and suspend processes. This book also includes several little-known bash scripting tricks. You will also be guided on how to write basic Linux Shell programs. Further, this book provides guidance for learning more advanced Shell programming, as well as how to compile the UNIX software packages. The useful networking commands in Linux are also discussed, in addition to the Vi editor, a powerful tool that all Linux programmers should understand. The following topics have been discussed in this book: - What is Linux? - Linux Command Line Commands - Input/output Redirection - Wildcards in Linux - File security in Linux - Jobs and Processes - Bash scripting Tricks - Linux shell programming - Bash One-liners - Advanced Shell Programming - Compiling UNIX software packages - Linux Networking - Introducing the Vi Editor
Some of important and useful commands are listed below which we will be using
during device driver programming. Note: Below shell commands are the same for
Linux and UNIX. ls : This command displays files and directories (folders) ...
Author: Mahesh Sambhaji Jadhav
Publisher: Mahesh Jadhav
Easy Linux Device Driver : First Step Towards Device Driver Programming Easy Linux Device Driver book is an easy and friendly way of learning device driver programming . Book contains all latest programs along with output screen screenshots. Highlighting important sections and stepwise approach helps for quick understanding of programming . Book contains Linux installation ,Hello world program up to USB 3.0 ,Display Driver ,PCI device driver programming concepts in stepwise approach. Program gives best understanding of theoretical and practical fundamentals of Linux device driver. Beginners should start learning Linux device driver from this book to become device driver expertise. Topics covered: Introduction of Linux Advantages of Linux History of Linux Architecture of Linux Definations Ubuntu installation Ubuntu Installation Steps User Interface Difference About KNOPPIX Important links Terminal: Soul of Linux Creating Root account Terminal Commands Virtual Editor Commands Linux Kernel Linux Kernel Internals Kernel Space and User space Device Driver Place of Driver in System Device Driver working Characteristics of Device Driver Module Commands Hello World Program pre-settings Write Program Printk function Makefile Run program Parameter passing Parameter passing program Parameter Array Process related program Process related program Character Device Driver Major and Minor number API to registers a device Program to show device number Character Driver File Operations File operation program. Include .h header Functions in module.h file Important code snippets Summary of file operations PCI Device Driver Direct Memory Access Module Device Table Code for Basic Device Driver Important code snippets USB Device Driver Fundamentals Architecture of USB device driver USB Device Driver program Structure of USB Device Driver Parts of USB end points Importent features USB information Driver USB device Driver File Operations Using URB Simple data transfer Program to read and write Important code snippets Gadget Driver Complete USB Device Driver Program Skeleton Driver Program Special USB 3.0 USB 3.0 Port connection Bulk endpoint streaming Stream ID Device Driver Lock Mutual Exclusion Semaphore Spin Lock Display Device Driver Frame buffer concept Framebuffer Data Structure Check and set Parameter Accelerated Method Display Driver summary Memory Allocation Kmalloc Vmalloc Ioremap Interrupt Handling interrupt registration Proc interface Path of interrupt Programming Tips Softirqs, Tasklets, Work Queues I/O Control Introducing ioctl Prototype Stepwise execution of ioctl Sample Device Driver Complete memory Driver Complete Parallel Port Driver Device Driver Debugging Data Display Debugger Graphical Display Debugger Kernel Graphical Debugger Appendix I Exported Symbols Kobjects, Ksets, and Subsystems DMA I/O
You can review the entire book in a single day, learn new things, or refresh your memory of long forgotten, but important commands. In this book you will discover.
Author: Andy Vickler
When you search for a book on Linux programming, you are aiming to get the best deal. In a technological world that is progressing quickly, you need to understand Linux. The question is whether you can carve out enough time to read lengthy books on Linux that are filled to the brim with a lot of unnecessary details and jargon and take a great a deal of time to read and understand. You need a book that is clear, concise, and easy to digest, and now you have one! Imagine having a book that you can finish on a two hours flight. That's a promise! This book guarantees to save you time and is written clearly and concisely. You will find Linux commands and brief explanations that are easy to digest and you'll be able to practice them on the go. If you have an interview at an IT firm in a few days and you are learning Linux from scratch, this book will help you learn the commands and scripting techniques and understand them quickly. You can review the entire book in a single day, learn new things, or refresh your memory of long forgotten, but important commands. In this book you will discover... A detailed overview of the origins of the Linux operating system How to install the Linux operating system Linux commands and shell scripting File navigation commands Directory navigation commands Keyboard tricks and shortcuts Completion commands and how to search the history An overview of the most prominent Linux editors The most important commands to operate editors like a pro Linux shell scripting techniques, including if-then statements, the for loops, the while loops, and the until command. Lots of basic shell script examples An A to Z table filled with useful Linux commands, with syntax and a description. Now is your chance to learn Linux command lines and shell scripting with ease. This book will remove the mystery and confusion and you'll be left with knowledge and expertise to implement shell scripting and command lines easily. Click the Buy Now button to get started today!
This book includes Easy system to start using Linux Basic commands Linux installation Linux configuration Coding with Linux And so much more!
Author: Conley Walsh
An easy to digest introductory reading material which shall be well-suited, not only for beginners who want to start using the Linux operating system but also for individuals who wants to change the current operating systems they are using Are you considering changing your current operating system but still unsure due to insufficient knowledge in the area? Do you consider yourself a person who loves to tweak and discover every essential part of your computer software? Do you want to learn how to use the Linux operating system? If you do, then you're in luck, for this guide will give you the answers to all your questions! The Linux operating system is a very essential software that supports a computer's basic functions. With the vast topic under study, learning about it is a little complex if one does not know where to go. This book includes Easy system to start using Linux Basic commands Linux installation Linux configuration Coding with Linux And so much more! The readers can expect this volume to be concise and understandable, simplified in order to cater to those individuals without any professional background or specialized knowledge as regards to this subject matter. Commencing with how to get started with Linux, choosing a Linux distribution system, and connecting to the internet with this operating system, to redirecting commands in Linux, coding with Linux, and advanced shell programming, all of which are included in this material and more. This hands-on guide will teach the readers not only the know-how of this operating system but also its benefits, like being more secure in comparison with other operating systems, helps with the usage or utilization of old computer systems as a firewall, router, etc. and many more. Ready to get started? Click the BUY NOW button!
Are you even aware of the fact that you are using Linux almost every day? Are you thinking that you have no inkling of the Linux Operating System? Well... this is not the fact. You use it every day without even realizing it.
Author: Matthew Python
Are you even aware of the fact that you are using Linux almost every day? Are you thinking that you have no inkling of the Linux Operating System? Well... this is not the fact. You use it every day without even realizing it. The Linux servers are responsible for running Facebook, Twitter and even Google. It is also the operating system on which various other major internet sites run. Linux is quite synonymous with the cloud. If you intend to work on cloud-based projects, it is always good to learn Linux, especially the essentials. Following are some of the things that run on Linux: Android tablets and phones. CERN, which is the largest Physics laboratory of the world. The Japanese high-speed rail. The New York Stock Exchange. 94% of the supercomputers in the world. Air traffic control systems. Nuclear submarines. The basic system or kernel of all the Linux distributions is the same but the look and feel, besides the software ecosystem are quite different from one another. The best way one can learn Linux is by using it. Also, with the help of a good eBook, one can understand the basics very well. A complete guide to start is: "Linux for beginners: The easy beginner's guide to introduce and use Linux operating system. How to make an easy installation, configuration, learn basics commands, fundamentals and technical overview" by Matthew Python. Linux for Beginners is specially compiled and designed for beginners who want to start learning Linux and perform better in their jobs and organizations. There is a special emphasis on the Linux switches and commands, services and applications, scripting, access control, process control and much more. Here's what you'll learn: What is Linux? History; differences with other operating systems; from Unix to Linux; Linux Distros; etc. Getting started with Linux Download; install; configure; how to add Graphical user interface; how to add additional software; Troubleshooting; etc. Internet with Linux Choosing an SSH Client; Connecting via SSH with a password from various OS; Importing and generating SSH Keys on various OS; Connecting via Telnet; Connecting Directly. Welcome to Shell Shell history; The bash shell; The Shell commands; assemble shell commands. Essential Commands used in Linux Available features of Linux's Would you like to know more? Scroll up and add to cart "Linux for beginners" by Matthew Python!
You will also learn: ● Getting started ● Linux installation ● Linux application ● Becoming a Linux power user ● Using the Shell ● How to use Linux desktop ● Working with the Command Line ● essential Linux commands ● net ...
Author: Steve Eddison
If you want to learn how to use Linux, but don't know where to start then keep reading. The truth is: Shifting to the Linux operating system is quite a daunting task, especially for long-time Windows users. They get accustomed to doing things in a certain way and cannot make changes easily. Windows users face a lot of challenges when they start using Mac OS X for the first time. Thus, if there is a guide available in the market in the form of an eBook, it is always good to use it. Linux is the best operating system for any kind of cloud-based project, it is always good to learn some amount of Linux and its basics. Almost every technology-based things run on Linux now. Some of the things that are dependent on Linux are: ● Most of the supercomputers in the world. ● Some of the stock exchanges like the NYSE. ● The air traffic control systems. ● Android phones and tablets. ● CERN or the largest particle physics laboratory of the world. ● The high-speed rails of Japan. There are many reasons why Linux is used instead of Windows: ● Linux is supported on older computers. There are no security updates for Windows whereas quite a good number of Linux distributions are created only for older hardware and can be updated regularly. ● Some of the desktop and Linux distribution environments are more used to the traditional uses of computer users besides Windows 8 and Windows 10. ● The download size for Windows 10 is huge. Usually, a Linux distribution is available at just over a gigabyte. ● Linux is available with free software and that can be changed anytime. ● Linux is always safer than Windows. ● Linux is also a better performer than Windows. ● Linux can be made to feel, look and behave exactly in the same way as the user wants. Windows is only compliant with the ways Microsoft wants it to be. There are several other advantages of Linux over Windows, which every beginner should know and that is what the eBook helps with. You will also learn: ● Getting started ● Linux installation ● Linux application ● Becoming a Linux power user ● Using the Shell ● How to use Linux desktop ● Working with the Command Line ● essential Linux commands ● net-tools ● iotop, iftop, hotp ● Tips and tricks Even if you are a beginner and you've never used Linux, you will learn it quickly. Would you like to know more? Scroll to the top of the page and select the buy now button.
Need for this book: Being in information era we need to understand system which is platform for running any application on it.
Author: Kavitha M
Need for this book: Being in information era we need to understand system which is platform for running any application on it. Since linux is open source platform many vendors are motivated to use linux as a OS. Many networking companies are moving towards linux since it has excellent networking stack freely available. Since linux has many drivers it has been easy for companies to easily port their products over linux. Due to above reasons learning basics about linux and its features will help us to achieve good progress in our projects. Why Hands On Experience: It is recommended to practice while you read each command. This will provide more insight of the commands and its description. Hand on experience is key for learning when both mind and hand works together we create a permanent impact in our neural circuit in brain. This helps to remember and recollect information whenever required. Topics Covered in this book: This book takes opportunity of introducing linux commands to new linux learnersThis book covers below topics 1. Basic commands to get user and OS details. 2. Command to get services running in the system. 3. Cat and Find Commands. 4. Open Socket Commands. 5. Integrity Check and Alias Commands 6. Network Interface Commands7. Packet Monitoring Commands 8. Monitoring Network Commands 9. CPU and Hardware Commands10. Memory Usage Commands 11. Kernel Status Commands 12. Basic Route and Link Commands 13. System Monitoring Commands 14. Identify new user added to the systemDemo of commands are shown in below linkhttps: //www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtE6u0Mrdy-rL8TlXdHmqVVtPTa0T
Has single step required from downloading, installation, setting up, Linux features and how you can troubleshoot some of the problems
Author: Brian Jones
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Has single step required from downloading, installation, setting up, Linux features and how you can troubleshoot some of the problems
Using Linux Commands Many people shy away from Linux because they
envision it as a system for compu-geeks—an environment in which you do
everything the hard way by using a command line. In this era of graphical
interfaces, the idea ...
Author: Rickford Grant
Publisher: No Starch Press
Provides information on using the Xandros 3 version of the Linux operating system, covering such topics as installation, using the Internet, using scanners and printers, downloading software, and using digital cameras.
linux commands Linux For Beginners Guide To Learn Linux Command Line, Linux Operating System And Linux CommandsIntroductionI want to tell you a story.No, not the story of how, in 1991, Linus Torvalds wrote the first version of the Linux ker ...
Author: Moaml Mohmmed
linux commands Linux For Beginners Guide To Learn Linux Command Line, Linux Operating System And Linux CommandsIntroductionI want to tell you a story.No, not the story of how, in 1991, Linus Torvalds wrote the first version of the Linux ker-nel. You can read that story in lots of Linux books. Nor am I going to tell you the story ofhow, some years earlier, Richard Stallman began the GNU Project to create a free Unix-like operating system. That's an important story too, but most other Linux books have thatone, as well.No, I want to tell you the story of how you can take back control of your computer.When I began working with computers as a college student in the late 1970s, there was arevolution going on. The invention of the microprocessor had made it possible for ordi-nary people like you and me to actually own a computer. It's hard for many people todayto imagine what the world was like when only big business and big government ran allthe computers. Let's just say, you couldn't get much done.Today, the world is very different. Computers are everywhere, from tiny wristwatches togiant data centers to everything in between. In addition to ubiquitous computers, we alsohave a ubiquitous network connecting them together. This has created a wondrous newage of personal empowerment and creative freedom, but over the last couple of decadessomething else has been happening. A few giant corporations have been imposing theircontrol over most of the world's computers and deciding what you can and cannot dowith them. Fortunately, people from all over the world are doing something about it. Theyare fighting to maintain control of their computers by writing their own software. Theyare building Linux.Many people speak of "freedom" with regard to Linux, but I don't think most peopleknow what this freedom really means. Freedom is the power to decide what your com-puter does, and the only way to have this freedom is to know what your computer is do-ing. Freedom is a computer that is without secrets, one where everything can be known ifyou care enough to find out.Why Use The Command Line?Have you ever noticed in the movies when the "super hacker,"-you know, the guy whocan break into the ultra-secure military computer in under thirty seconds-sits down atthe computer, he never touches a mouse? It's because movie makers realize that we, ashuman beings, instinctively know the only way to really get anything done on a computerxviis by typing on a keyboard!Most computer users today are only familiar with the graphical user interface (GUI) andhave been taught by vendors and pundits that the command line interface (CLI) is a terri-fying thing of the past. This is unfortunate, because a good command line interface is amarvelously expressive way of communicating with a computer in much the same waythe written word is for human beings. It's been said that "graphical user interfaces makeeasy tasks easy, while command line interfaces make difficult tasks possible" and this isstill very true today.Since Linux is modeled after the Unix family of operating systems, it shares the samerich heritage of command line tools as Unix. Unix came into prominence during the early1980s (although it was first developed a decade earlier), before the widespread adoptionof the graphical user interface and, as a result, developed an extensive command line in-terface instead. In fact, one of the strongest reasons early adopters of Linux chose it over, say, Windows NT was the powerful command line interface which made the "difficulttasks possible
Learn Linux Quickly doesn't assume any prior Linux knowledge, which makes it a perfect fit for beginners. Nevertheless, intermediate and advanced Linux users will still find this book very useful as it goes through a wide range of topics.
Author: Ahmed Alkabary
Publisher: Ahmed Alkabary
If you have always wanted to learn Linux but are still afraid to do so, this book is for you! A lot of people think of Linux as a sophisticated operating system that only hackers and geeks know how to use, and thus they abort their dream of learning Linux. Well, let me surprise you! Linux is simple and easy to learn, and this book is the ultimate proof! You may have stumbled across a variety of sources that all explain Linux in a complicated and dry manner. This book does exactly the opposite; it teaches you Linux in a delightful and friendly way so that you will never get bored, and you will always feel motivated to learn more. Learn Linux Quickly doesn't assume any prior Linux knowledge, which makes it a perfect fit for beginners. Nevertheless, intermediate and advanced Linux users will still find this book very useful as it goes through a wide range of topics. Learn Linux Quickly will teach you the following topics: · Installing Linux · Over 116 Linux Commands · User and Group Management · Linux Networking Fundamentals · Bash Scripting · Automate Boring Tasks with Cron Jobs · Create your Own Linux Commands · Linux Disk Partitioning and LVM · Finding Files on Linux · Understanding File Permissions · Linux Processes And much more! There is no time to waste here! Learn Linux Quickly and kick start your Linux career today!
This book entails the following; Step by Step Installation Choosing the Right Distro Popular Linux Software Day to Day Life Use of Linux Basic Linux Commands The Linux Shell The Linux File System AND MORE!
Author: Charles Mint
Are You Thinking of Starting to Use Linux? You Don't Know Much About it and You're Not Sure You Can Learn how to use it? Linux is available free of charge, which makes it available for everyone who wishes to learn it. Once you install Linux on your computer, you become part of a huge Linux community where you can learn everything about Linux from people who are willing to help newbies like you. I have highlighted to you a basic overview of using Linux, with plenty of examples to try out. Linux isn't all that difficult to learn. Once you get into it, you will find that you pick it up quite quickly, but - and I cannot stress this enough - you must practice. This book entails the following; Step by Step Installation Choosing the Right Distro Popular Linux Software Day to Day Life Use of Linux Basic Linux Commands The Linux Shell The Linux File System AND MORE! Even if you don't have any programming experience by the end of this book you will be able to use and maintain a Linux system! Scroll up and click the buy now button and start your new experience with Linux!
And this book will help you do this with many instructions and detailed guides on how to use Linux. Here is what you will learn by reading Linux for Beginners: How to get access to a Linux server if you don't already.
Author: Carroll Minkins
LINUX is an operating system or a kernel distributed under an open-source license. Its functionality list is quite like UNIX. The kernel is a program at the heart of the Linux operating system that takes care of fundamental stuff, like letting hardware communicate with software. Linux has been used for many years by a lot of programmers as it provides open source and it is easy to program with Linux, compared with other operating systems. If you are a beginner entering the programming world, use Linux. It supplies you with many powerful tools to create and program software or apps, easy to use and effective. And this book will help you do this with many instructions and detailed guides on how to use Linux. Here is what you will learn by reading Linux for Beginners: How to get access to a Linux server if you don't already. What a Linux distribution is and which one to choose. What software is needed to connect to Linux from Mac and Windows computers? Screenshots included. What SSH is and how to use it, including creating and using SSH keys. The file system layout of Linux systems and where to find programs, configurations, and documentation. The basic Linux commands you'll use most often. Creating, renaming, moving, and deleting directories. Listing, reading, creating, editing, copying, and deleting files. Exactly how permissions work and how to decipher the most cryptic Linux permissions with ease. How to use the nano, vi, and emacs editors. Two methods to search for files and directories. How to compare the contents of files. What pipes are, why they are useful, and how to use them. How to compress files to save space and make transferring data easy. How and why to redirect input and output from applications. How to customize your shell prompt. How to be efficient at the command line by using aliases, tab completion, and your shell history. How to schedule and automate jobs using cron. How to switch users and run processes as others. Where to go for even more in-depth coverage on each topic. Scroll up, click the Buy Now With 1 Click button, and get started learning Linux today!
Everything takes time and learning, and with this book, you are one step away to becoming a pro! Read this book now to quickly learn Linux and open yourself up to a whole new world of possibilities! Pick up your copy today.
Author: Quick Start Guides
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Become a Linux Superstar! What if you could learn about Linux in a simple, easy to follow format? Can you imagine the doors that will be open to you once you gain that knowledge? Tracing its roots back to the mid 90's, Linux came to life and has become existent in almost every gadget you see around your home. Linux has unique technical aspects, which makes it distinct from other operating systems out there. To take advantage of its specialties, one must know how to operate it, and this book is made just for that purpose! In fact, all Quick Start Guide books are aimed to get you the knowledge you need in an easy to learn and easy to apply method. Our philosophy is we work hard so you don't have to! Linux Beginner's Crash Course is your user manual to understanding how it works, and how you can perfectly manipulate the command line with ease and confidence. So...Why Be Interested in Linux? -Cost: It's free and readily available -Freedom: Take full control of your desktop and kernel -Flexibility: Strong structural components that allows you to customize your computer however you want it. What Will You Learn in this Book? 1. Linux Overview 2. Components of Linux 3. The Linux Kernel 4. Linux Processes 5. Linux File Systems 6. Linux Processes 7. Linux Processes This tutorial is going to help you master the use of LINUX and make you even more computer literate. Everything takes time and learning, and with this book, you are one step away to becoming a pro! Read this book now to quickly learn Linux and open yourself up to a whole new world of possibilities! Pick up your copy today. See you on the inside so we can get to work!
... 78 Hadoop logs, 80 HBase installation accessible data, 77 cd and ls
commands, 76 configuration file, 74, 76 gzipped tar file, 73 HBase bin directory,
76 hbase-site.xml file, 74 Linux hadoop account environment, 76 logs files, 77 ls
Author: Michael Frampton
Many corporations are finding that the size of their data sets are outgrowing the capability of their systems to store and process them. The data is becoming too big to manage and use with traditional tools. The solution: implementing a big data system. As Big Data Made Easy: A Working Guide to the Complete Hadoop Toolset shows, Apache Hadoop offers a scalable, fault-tolerant system for storing and processing data in parallel. It has a very rich toolset that allows for storage (Hadoop), configuration (YARN and ZooKeeper), collection (Nutch and Solr), processing (Storm, Pig, and Map Reduce), scheduling (Oozie), moving (Sqoop and Avro), monitoring (Chukwa, Ambari, and Hue), testing (Big Top), and analysis (Hive). The problem is that the Internet offers IT pros wading into big data many versions of the truth and some outright falsehoods born of ignorance. What is needed is a book just like this one: a wide-ranging but easily understood set of instructions to explain where to get Hadoop tools, what they can do, how to install them, how to configure them, how to integrate them, and how to use them successfully. And you need an expert who has worked in this area for a decade—someone just like author and big data expert Mike Frampton. Big Data Made Easy approaches the problem of managing massive data sets from a systems perspective, and it explains the roles for each project (like architect and tester, for example) and shows how the Hadoop toolset can be used at each system stage. It explains, in an easily understood manner and through numerous examples, how to use each tool. The book also explains the sliding scale of tools available depending upon data size and when and how to use them. Big Data Made Easy shows developers and architects, as well as testers and project managers, how to: Store big data Configure big data Process big data Schedule processes Move data among SQL and NoSQL systems Monitor data Perform big data analytics Report on big data processes and projects Test big data systems Big Data Made Easy also explains the best part, which is that this toolset is free. Anyone can download it and—with the help of this book—start to use it within a day. With the skills this book will teach you under your belt, you will add value to your company or client immediately, not to mention your career.
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Linux. Commands: An. Easy. Start. When you talk about commands, it invariably
means working at the shell level: the command prompt. That's the dollar sign
prompt ($), and it is common to many command shells. Some of the commands I
Author: Marcel Gagné
Publisher: Pearson Education
Discover Ubuntu, Today’s Hottest Linux Everyone’s talking about Ubuntu–it’s not just 100% free, it’s the most useful, practical desktop Linux ever! Now, Linux expert Marcel Gagné reveals Ubuntu’s amazing power and helps you migrate from Windows faster than you ever thought possible. Moving to Ubuntu Linux will teach you how to do virtually anything with Ubuntu–write documents, create spreadsheets, surf the Web, use email, listen to music, watch movies, and play games. Install Ubuntu fast, with easy, step-by-step instructions Take control, with the GNOME desktop environment and Nautilus file manager Browse the Internet using Firefox, the powerful browser that’s quickly replacing Microsoft Internet Explorer Find and install all the software you’ll ever need, with Ubuntu’s powerful Synaptic package manager Send email, track contacts, create calendars, and manage all your personal information with Evolution Organize digital photos, rip music, burn and play CDs, watch movies, create graphics, and more Discover the world of Linux games, and learn how to run Windows games on your Ubuntu PC Set up an efficient, convenient network for your home or small business Customize your desktop so it’s perfectly comfortable and totally efficient