[clug] Are there ant tutorials/short local courses on Linux utilities/functions

Daniel McNamara daniel at codefish.net.au
Mon Nov 3 20:11:15 EST 2003

I have a copy of the RUTE book and did indeed buy it from the Angus and 
Robertson bookstore in Woden (about 4 months ago and it was special - I 
don't think they have it anymore).

I'm more than happy to lend out if anyone would like to borrow it.



Brad Hards wrote:
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> On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 10:29 am, Ann.Leverton at health.gov.au wrote:
>>Can you help please.  I would like to learn how to use Linux
>>utilities/functions.  I need to use these  extract and manipulate data that
>>are stored  on Linux machines in customised compressed format (not normal
>>text files).  Do you know if there are any economical (or free), easily
>>accessible on-line tutorials on this topic.  Alternatively are can you
>>recommend a good short course (1 to 2 days) that is run locally.
> Rute is a good place to start. Utilities section around
> http://www.icon.co.za/~psheer/book/node7.html.gz
> should get you going, although the right tool for the job is difficult to 
> assess without knowing what the task is.
> You can also buy this document as a book called Rute (I think I remember 
> seeing a copy in the Angus and Robertson bookshop in Woden, which is probably 
> the closest if you work in the main Health department buildings.
> Brad
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