(Pro version is available here : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.poash.linuxreferencepro)
* View content offline
* No Ads
* Test your knowledge with quiz (more question will be added soon)
* Easily zoom in or out to view images
* Change the font size to read easily, either on mobile phone or tablet
* No permissions required
* Internet connection not required
★Test your knowledge
★Questions test your understanding of the commands
★Questions can be flagged for later review while the quiz is in progress
★Correct answer, along with the explanation is displayed for each question once the quiz is over. User answers are also displayed
★Questions that are left unanswered do not reveal correct answers
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NOTE: Android 4.0 and below versions do not support features of changing text. Consequently, the text changing icons won't show up on these versions.
- Add to favorites for quick access to frequently used commands;
- Email man page;
- No internet connection required to browse after initial download.
- Installation is done on the SD card and will save you some precious space!
The man pages for your Unix & Linux commands.
No ads and totally FREE! Enjoy!
Features to come:
- Download man pages based on the operating system (Fedora, Ubuntu, Slackware, Solaris, BSD, OSX. etc...)
Inside the app, you’ll find recent LinuxJournal.com headlines, a free full sample issue
(September 2011), as well as single issues that are available for purchase. Subscribers receive free access to full issues in the app and access to their Linux Journal subscription in a variety other formats: PDF, online edition, iOS and Android apps, and ePub.
From this app, enjoy:
- searchable content
- a bookmarking feature
- an archive of your issues
- scrolling through the magazine page by page or text-optimized viewing of articles
- e-mailing or sharing articles with your friends and colleagues
Published since 1994, Linux Journal is the original magazine of the global Linux community, delivering readers the advice and inspiration they need to get the most out of their Linux systems. In-depth information provides a full 360-degree look at featured topics relating to Linux, giving a comprehensive source of everything readers need for creating and completing their own projects--not just tools they will use today, but relevant and encompassing information they will turn to in future months and years. Every issue also includes: opinions; new product information; profiles of leaders making major contributions in Open Source; product reviews; business, social and technical news and developments in order to fulfill its mission as the central forum and advocate for the greater Linux community throughout the world.
This application is powered by GTxcel, a leader in digital publishing technology, provider of hundreds of online digital publications and mobile magazine apps.
The database is local and static so there is no need for an internet connection to run the app. It will work even in the deepest of server rooms!
A search function is implemented with an external server. The server is located at www.linuxfunkar.se and uses TCP port 8754.
The technical reason for using an external server is performance due to the large index table needed. It would take a few minutes (or hours perhaps, I havn't really tried..) just to start the app if the index table was to be initiated locally. It would also add around 40-50MB to the app size AND 60-70MB of RAM required just to run the app.
It is possible to search for more than one matching word by separating the words with a space or a new line.
The GPL'd source is available at:
The app is available for free on Android market. It can also be downloaded directly at:
The Reference Card app provides quick access to the most used commands for Linux, subcommands for VI/VIM and an overview of the basic and extended regular expression syntax.
* Database download error resolved. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Please direct any questions/concerns you have to email@example.com. Thanks!
Please let me know if you'd like to see anything specific added, i'll do what i can to get it added.
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This book clearly explains how to get up to speed quickly on day-to-day Linux use. Once you're up and running, it provides an easy-to-use reference that you can keep by your keyboard for when you want a fast, useful answer.
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This book covers backups, new users, and the like, but it also covers information too often ignored in other books: dealing with odd, unsupported devices, building multi-boot systems, and handling things like video and audio
Linux is a relative newcomer to the operating system scene. It is based on Unix technology developed as part of a programmer’s dream of freeware operating systems that people could download, analyse, change, and then re-distribute. Linux is considered to be an Internet phenomenon, powering millions of desktops and servers in its capacity as an operating system.
This app provides you with comprehensive knowledge about Linux.
Contents of this app:
** Predominant use of Linux.
** Advantages of Linux.
** Linux: Future of computer operating systems.
Microsoft may perhaps be playing a monopoly in the operating system market, but Linux holds a great future in operating system softwares. Linux has a very small but incredibly committed following. There may be numerous computer magazine and journal that may have overlooked Linux capabilities, but in reality, Linux holds a very strong future.
This app gives you in-depth information about the operating system Linux.
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Note: linux mint, linux news, linux format, linux terminal, linux theme, linux launcher etc., have no relevant information.
/* Full Offline Content - No Need Internet */
Redesign and More Offline Contents In Version 4.0 For User Response and Expectations
/** App Features **/
- Redesign Layout
- Fresh Layout For Reading Content
- Utils and Commands Usage Parts Newly added ( More than 100 with Usage and Its Functionalities )
- Unix Tutorial Added
- Optimized Image for Mobile
- Full Offline Content
Commands are under these parts:
File and Directory Management
File Display and Printing
- Linux and Unix Commands
- Unix Tutorials
- Unix Administrative and Networking Commands
More Offline Unix and Linux Tutorials
- About Unix
- VI Editor and Commands
- Unix Shell
- Unix Other Useful Commands
- Unix Advanced Commands
- How Linux Works
- Desktop Linux
- Ubuntu Linux Commands
- Useful Linux Commands
- Linux Advanced Commands
- Linux Network Commands
- Linux Network Configuration Commands
- Solaris System Process Commands
Quick Reference - New
- Unix Quick Reference
- Unix Dummies Reference
- Redhat / Fedora Unix and Linux Commands
More Offline Commands About Unix,Linux,Ubuntu and Solaris.....
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In this App you can see this topic
1. How to Download Linux Applications
2. How to Find Linux Applications
3. How to Install a Linux Application
4. How to Modify the Red Hat Linux Applications Menu
5. How to Run Windows Applications on Linux
6. How to Uninstall Applications in Linux
7. How to Write a Linux Desktop Application
In this App you can see the Linux Guide Video.
keyword : Linux Guide
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