4 Free Shell Scripting eBooks for Linux Newbies and Administrators

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14 Responses

  1. Fed Up says:

    What really shits me about sites like this is offering stuff for free when it is NOT free, it costs you an email account. LEARN what the word free means you…

  2. SK. ASIF RAJA says:

    nice … too good keep posting..

    i would like to download a complete books for deploying all basic servers in rhel7.2

  3. Nam says:

    So good! Thank You so much, But I’m a vietnamese so could you change the name of my country from “VietName, RPBLC OF” to only “VietNam”

    Thank You again!

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Nam,

      That’s not possible now, but you can select different country to download books, the details are not much important..

  4. Saidur says:

    Bogus links, not downloadable. Unnecessary time wasting.

  5. Adit Thaufan says:

    i’ve downloaded it, nice share and keep it. thanks a lot :)

  6. xeero 07 says:

    book3 and 4 are not complete.
    just 40 pages each

  7. Prakash.V says:

    I downloaded the e-Books. I have to just go through it. Nice Thank you very much.

  8. Anand says:

    I would like to download shell scripting all four books and as well 10 free Linux administrator guides. I am thorough professional Linux amdin.

  9. Ravi J says:

    The title is misleading. Most of free books on TC are excerpts at max. You are required to provide your email, and you may (or may not, as in my case) receive a ‘free’ chapter.

    • Rob L. says:

      This is unfortunate. Thank you for posting that information and saving me the trouble of finding out the hard way.

      • neeto says:

        All you have to do is paste the title of whatever book you want to your search bar. Look for books and materials on debian,redhat and archlinux official sites, they all have a dedicated docs section. tldp and gnu.org are great aswell.

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