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I am a student and I would like to study all these terminal stuffs and all. You all will be experts in this subject. I would like to know where did you all begin and what must I do to be an expert in linux programming or the terminal.

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If you would like to know all the commands that you can use in terminal, then you can use this book Linux Complete Command Reference I got it about 2 weeks ago, ans I think its excellent.

And as far as programming goes, you might want to take a look at This

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Can you specify the author of the book Linux complete command reference – DDR Apr 30 '13 at 6:23
The book was compiled by J. Purcell. and the International Standard Book Number: 0-672-31104-6 – Mitch Apr 30 '13 at 6:36
Well thanks a lot – DDR Apr 30 '13 at 13:01

When I first got started I used this :

Download the book, free. The site is just chapters from the book.

Also Bash Reference Manual @

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