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Hi, I'm looking for a book which we help me learn the bash commands, both the general use ones and also the more advanced. I bought "Learning the bash shell, 2nd edition", but it was mainly focused on programming. I just want to learn bash commands, and preferably from a book. Please let me know if you know of any books.
I use the Linux Pocket Guide by O'reilly. It focuses a lot on Fedora Core so it should be perfect for you, but the majority of it is various commands that apply to any linux distro. I keep it with me whenever I'm using Linux and it's an invaluable resource. The best part is that it's only $10US versus any other book that will be $30+.