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on 25 October 2011
It has been said that anger and frustration stem from a mismatch between "one's expectations" and "reality". If things don't work the way you expect them to, then you get frustrated. So, if you come from a Windows/GUI background, Linux can be *very* frustrating because it does not work the way you'd expect.
This book explains *how* and *why* Linux behaves as it does. Thus, it re-aligns your expectations and you can begin a more harmonious relationship with that odd little penguin we call Linux.
Yes Linux. Although this book had 'UNIX' in the title, it also applies to those who wish to understand Linux.