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Linux usage and programming
11-10-2009, 03:44 AM
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Linux usage and programming
Anybody interested in learning how to use linux or how to computer program on it?
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05-09-2011, 10:00 PM
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RE: Linux usage and programming
Interested to learn Linux but I have not took any attempt in learning it as my colleagues told that it is quite tough. Can you help me?

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05-10-2011, 06:59 AM
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RE: Linux usage and programming
(05-09-2011 10:00 PM)jerry6lewis Wrote:  Interested to learn Linux but I have not took any attempt in learning it as my colleagues told that it is quite tough. Can you help me?

Linux usage and programming is very easy. They way the system is built make it even less programing because you can branch of other programs already built. The first thing you want to know is Linux BASH. It is like windows dos but way better. Once you learn BASH programming API is on Linux is even more easier to learn because it works the exact way most built in programs work in BASH. For regular programming on high level that does not do low level system programming it is the same as programming as windows, but if you are programming in c c++ pascal that has direct access to API you will want to learn the api.

You an get a video tutorial off piratebay that will teach you step by step of using BASH and it's built in programs http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4157936

For book reference I would go with bash cookbook. It has everything you would ever need to know about bash and you can jump right to what you are trying to do in it. You can find it on torrents too or by it.

The best forum about anything unix or linux programming or scripting will be http://www.unix.com or you can ask on here as I am real good at both, or on my website http://www.freelancecode.net/community. irc.freenode.net is a good channel fast responses unix.com is fast responding too. I have multiple examples of bash scripting on this site and on mine. You can contact me direct by instant messengers or facebook too. All my info is in my profile.
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