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Who Should Read This Book

Are you someone who should read this book? Let's answer by asking some other questions: Have you just gotten Linux from somewhere, installed it, and want to know what to do next? Or are you a non-Unix computer user who is considering Linux but wants to find out what it can do for you?

If you have this book, the answer to these questions is probably ``yes.'' Anyone who has Linux, the free Unix clone written by Linus Torvalds , on their PC but doesn't know what to do next should read this book. In this book, we'll cover most of the basic Unix commands, as well as some of the more advanced ones. We'll also talk about GNU Emacs , a powerful editor, and several other large Unix applications. application

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