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Old 10-13-2017, 11:49 PM   #1
samuelfcampbel
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Cool Linux user biginning programming and administration ~ Samuel F. Campbrll


I'm readding my Linux Resources:

My Linux Guides/Books:

♤ The Adaptive Web: Methods and Strategies of Web Personalization by Peter Brusilovski, Alfred Kobsa, Wolfgang Nejdl 766 pages

♤ The linux Command Line: A Complete Introduction by William E. Shotts, Jr. 480 pages

♤ Ubuntu Unleashed by Matthew Helmke, Andrew Hudson, Paul Hudson 847 pages

♤ GNU Emacs Pocket Reference by Debra Cameron 58 pages

♤ Writing GNU Emacs Extensions: Editor Customizations and Creations with Lisp by Bob Glickstein 215 pages

♤ Learning GNU Emacs by Debra Cameron, Bill Rosenblatt, Eric S. Raymond 533 pages

♤ GNU Emacs and XEmacs Larry Ayers 508 pages

♤ Professional Linux Kernel Architecture by Wolfgang Mauerer 1368 pages

♤ Protecting Your Library's Digital Sources: The Essential Guide to Planning... by Miriam B. Kahn q04 pages

♤ Classic Shell Scripting: Hidden Commands that Unlock the Power of Unix Arnold Robbins, Nelson H. F. Beebe 560 pages

♤ Unix Power Tools by Shelly Powers 1116 pages

♤ Essential Guide to Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity by Craig McLellan 67 pages

♤ PC Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools by Jim Aspinwall 285 pages

♤ Troubleshooting Your PC For Dummies by Dan Gookin 384 pages

♤ Linux Bible: Boot Up to Fedora, KNOPPIX, Debian, SUSE, Ubuntu, and 7 Other... Christopher Negus 870 pages

♤ How Linux Works: What Every Superuser Should Know by Brian Ward 368 pages

♤ A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux by Mark G. Sobell 1251 pages

♤ Fedora 14: Administrationvand Security by Richard Petersen

♤ Fedora Linux Server With Systemd: Second Edition by Richard Petersen

♤ Fedora Linux Toolbox: 1000+ Commands for Fedora, CentOS and Red Hat Power Users by Christopher Negus, Francois Carn 407 pages

♤ Essential Guide to Desaster Recovery and Business Continuity by Craig McLellan 67 pages

♤ Fedora 14: Administrationcand Security by Ricjard Peyersen

♤ Learning GNU Emacs by Debra Cameron, Bill Rosenblatt, Eric S. Raymond 533 pages

♤ O'REILLY Graph Databases NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONNECTED DATA by Ian Robinson, Jim Webber & Emil Eifrem 238 pages

ON-LINE Study Course Materials:

♡ The Evolution of Computers and Software Programming



My Machines operating recycling and repairs:

♢ SAMSUNG-SM-J727A - Android version 7.0 - Kernel version 3.18.14-11131880
dpu@SWHE7708#1
Mon May 15 10:24:10KST 2017

♢ Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
With Terminal and qpython

♢ Dell Percision T3400 64-bit dual-core and quad-core Intel Core_tm2Duo and Core_tm2 Extreme processors, the T3400 - PCIx16 graphics card, Linux 3 version 3.19.o-32-generic (build@lgw01-43) (gcc version 4.8.2-19ubuntu1) #37-14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thursday Otc 22 09:41:40 UTC 2015 Updated
♢ Latitude E6400 4.40-32-generic #74-UbuntuSMP Fri Dec 2 15:59:10UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU Linux
♢ Dell Latitude D630 - 14.1-Inches Laptop (Core 2 Duo Dual Core 2.GHz, 2GB Ram,80GB HDD Player, WindowsXP), Grey, Dell


My Favorite Terms /or Deffinions include:

A3D - is a real Semiconductor's proprietary 3D sound file format for simulating three-dimensional sounds from two speakers.

(AC-3) Aubio Coding 3 -is Dolby digital audio data compression algorithm afopted for HDTV (High Definition Television) Transition, Laserdiscs and CDs for a 5.1 multichannel home theater.


Fifth Generation of computers began with Chip Technology including technology associated with supperconductors, quantum computing, and nanotechnology. It also involved the development of Very Large Scale
Intergration or (VLSI). Computers in this generation continue to get smaller and more powerful. They also display some signs of artificial intelligence. Examples are games that let users play against the computer.

Furthrring my Adminstrating and Programming skills? Any other sugestions?
 
Old 10-14-2017, 02:54 AM   #2
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If you memorize those books, you'll really get a good head start.
 
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