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May 23, 2014 AT 3:00 pm

Userland: a Book About the Command Line for Humans @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

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Brennen Bearnes (@brennen)has put together userland-book, which is a about the command line. The book aims to be a helpful and pragmatic resource for command line users!

Late last year, a side trip into text utilities got me thinking about how much my writing habits depend on the Linux command line. This struck me as a good hook for talking about the tools I use every day with an audience of mixed technical background.

So now I’m writing a (short, haphazard) book. This isn’t a book about system administration, or writing big software systems, or becoming a wizard. I am not a wizard, and I don’t subscribe to the idea that wizardry is a requirement for using these tools. In fact I barely know what I’m doing most of the time, but I still get some stuff done.

My hope herein is to convey something useful to people who use computers every day, but for whom the command line environment seems mystifying, obscure, or generally uninviting. I intend to gloss over many complexities in favor of demonstrating a rough-and-ready toolset.

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