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Guia Completo do Linux e Software Livre  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Nov. 3, 2016
Guia Completo do Linux e Software Livre

Guia Completo do Linux e Software Livre (Portuguese Edition) by Heverton Anunciação
Portuguese | 18 Sept. 2016 | ASIN: B01LWKZC3V | 1269 Pages | PDF | 25.35 MB

Escrito pelo primeiro escritor do assunto Linux e Unix no Brasil, este livro tem o prefácio do renomado professor Nicholas Negroponte, do MIT.

Linux Pocket Guide (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at July 25, 2016
Linux Pocket Guide (Repost)

Linux Pocket Guide by Daniel J. Barrett
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | 2004 | ISBN: 0596006284 | 224 pages | PDF | 1,05 MB

O'Reilly's Pocket Guides have earned a reputation as inexpensive, comprehensive, and compact guides that have the stuff but not the fluff. Every page of Linux Pocket Guide lives up to this billing. It clearly explains how to get up to speed quickly on day-to-day Linux use.

Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at March 24, 2016
Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management (Repost)

Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | ISBN: 0596000022 | edition 2000 | PDF | 542 pages | 3 mb

Linux in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) [Repost]  

Posted by Nice_smile) at Sept. 10, 2015
Linux in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) [Repost]

Linux in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) by Inc. O'Reilly Media
English | Feb. 11, 1999 | ISBN: 1565925858 | 628 Pages | EPUB | 1.1 MB

Linux in a Nutshell covers the core commands available on common Linux distributions.

Linux Cookbook [Repost]  

Posted by AlenMiler at Aug. 4, 2014
Linux Cookbook [Repost]

Linux Cookbook by Carla Schroder
O'Reilly Media | Dec 01 2004 | ISBN: 0596006403 | Pages: 592 | CHM | 1.62 MB

This unique and valuable collection of tips, tools, and scripts provides clear, concise, hands-on solutions that can be applied to the challenges facing anyone running a network of Linux servers from small networks to large data centers in the practical and popular problem-solution-discussion O'Reilly cookbook format. The Linux Cookbook covers everything you'd expect: backups, new users, and the like. But it also covers the non-obvious information that is often ignored in other books the time-sinks and headaches that are a real part of an administrator's job, such as: dealing with odd kinds of devices that Linux historically hasn't supported well, building multi-boot systems, and handling things like video and audio.

LINUX in A Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference [Repost]  

Posted by AlenMiler at June 26, 2014
LINUX in A Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference [Repost]

LINUX in A Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference by Ellen Siever
O'Reilly Media | January 15 2000 | ISBN: 0596000251 | Pages: 816 | PDF | 12.35 MB

Into the already crowded Linux desk-reference market (which threatens to push my monitor off my desktop) comes O'Reilly's third edition of Linux in a Nutshell by Ellen Siever and colleagues. The ever-expanding horizon of Linuxology makes the editorial task of circumscribing it in a nutshell impossible-even from the venerable O'Reilly sources. We ask, "What didn't they cut, and do we really need it next to the coffee cup?" The success of this attempt is spotty, at best.

Daniel P. Bovet, Understanding the Linux Kernel (Repost)  

Posted by Direktor69 at June 9, 2013
Daniel P. Bovet, Understanding the Linux Kernel (Repost)

Daniel P. Bovet, Understanding the Linux Kernel
ISBN: 0596002130 | edition 2002 | PDF | 829 pages | 4 mb

To thoroughly understand what makes Linux tick and why it's so efficient, you need to delve deep into the heart of the operating system–into the Linux kernel itself. The kernel is Linux–in the case of the Linux operating system, it's the only bit of software to which the term "Linux" applies. The kernel handles all the requests or completed I/O operations and determines which programs will share its processing time, and in what order. Responsible for the sophisticated memory management of the whole system, the Linux kernel is the force behind the legendary Linux efficiency.
Daniel P. Bovet, "Understanding the Linux Kernel" (Repost)

Daniel P. Bovet, "Understanding the Linux Kernel"
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | ISBN: 0596002130 | edition 2002 | CHM | 829 pages | 4,7 mb

To thoroughly understand what makes Linux tick and why it's so efficient, you need to delve deep into the heart of the operating system–into the Linux kernel itself. The kernel is Linux–in the case of the Linux operating system, it's the only bit of software to which the term "Linux" applies. The kernel handles all the requests or completed I/O operations and determines which programs will share its processing time, and in what order. Responsible for the sophisticated memory management of the whole system, the Linux kernel is the force behind the legendary Linux efficiency.
Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management (Repost)

Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | ISBN: 0596000022 | edition 2000 | PDF | 542 pages | 13,4 mb

Why is Linux so efficient? Is it the right operating system for a particular application? What can be learned from looking at the kernel source code? These are the kinds of questions that Understanding the Linux Kernel takes in stride in this guided tour of the code that forms the core of all Linux operating systems. Linux is presented too often as a casual hacker experiment. It has increasingly become not only a mission-critical part of many organizations, but a sophisticated display of programming skill. It incorporates many advanced operating system concepts and has proven itself extremely robust and efficient for a wide range of uses. Understanding the Linux Kernel helps readers understand how Linux performs best and how it meets the challenge of different environments.
Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management (Repost)

Understanding the LINUX Kernel: From I/O Ports to Process Management
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | ISBN: 0596000022 | edition 2000 | PDF | 542 pages | 13,4 mb

Why is Linux so efficient? Is it the right operating system for a particular application? What can be learned from looking at the kernel source code? These are the kinds of questions that Understanding the Linux Kernel takes in stride in this guided tour of the code that forms the core of all Linux operating systems. Linux is presented too often as a casual hacker experiment. It has increasingly become not only a mission-critical part of many organizations, but a sophisticated display of programming skill. It incorporates many advanced operating system concepts and has proven itself extremely robust and efficient for a wide range of uses. Understanding the Linux Kernel helps readers understand how Linux performs best and how it meets the challenge of different environments. The authors introduce each topic by explaining its importance, and show how kernel operations relate to the utilities that are familiar to Unix programmers and users.