If you're looking for a quick guide to Linux, you've found it. The Linux Pocket Guide covers the most useful and important parts of day-to-day Linux in a concise and friendly style to get you working productively in no time. The Linux Pocket Guide is both a quick reference for experienced users and a guided tour for beginners. It starts with general concepts like files and directories, the shell, and X windows, and then presents detailed overviews of the most essential commands, with examples. You'll learn each command's purpose, usage, options, location on disk, and even the RPM package that installed it. Commands are grouped by function, not just alphabetically, to provide an organized learning path. This book is tailored to Fedora Linux-the latest spinoff of Red Hat Linux-but most of the information applies to any Linux system. If you need to get up-to-speed quickly on practical Linux use, or want a short, functional reference by your side, the Linux Pocket Guide is for you.Barrett, Daniel J. is the author of 'Linux Pocket Guide', published 2004 under ISBN 9780596006280 and ISBN 0596006284.