Learning Ubuntu by Nathan Neil (subtitled “A Beginners Guide to Using Linux”) is a great guidebook for those who want to learn Ubuntu operating system. Ubuntu is one of the most popular distros of Linux. For new users, this book provides simple, clear tutorials on how to get into Ubuntu Linux, from how to install the operating system and the basic knowledge to use it. The book ultimately useful for those who want to know how to manage VPS hostings using Ubuntu.
Cover and Details of Learning Ubuntu by Nathan Neil (PDF)
- Title: Learning Ubuntu by Nathan Neil: A Beginners Guide to Using Linux
- Author: Nathan Neil
- Publisher: Neil Publishing
- Date Published: February 24, 2016
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01C6QCK3K
Summary of the Book
80% of websites are driven by Linux servers. Understanding the basics and expanding upon this will provide great career opportunities and a great skill as well.
We start simple and the reader does not need any prior knowledge. We will make baby steps and slowly work ourselves up to configuring the Ubuntu Server to be a functional web server.
There will still be much to learn, but within a few hours you can have your own Linux server setup, understand the basics, and also have WordPress loaded into it.
Reviews of Learning Ubuntu by Nathan Neil
Great read for beginners who need a place to start! I used this book as a reference when configuring my first virtual private server running Ubuntu and my project was a success! If you are a mediocre Linux user – this is a great place to start learning how to use your terminal commands like the big boys. This is also a great book to keep on hand for reference when working on projects; it really helped me! (by Damon, amazon.com)
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