Exploring the UNIX System

Exploring the UNIX System

by Stephen G. Kochan, Patrick H. Wood
     
 

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The complete beginner's guide to UNIX! The easy-to-use introduction to this popular operating system.

  • Introduces popular functions and explains how operating systems work
  • Includes how to create, copy, and rename files
  • Also presents the vi screen editor and customized commands
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Overview

The complete beginner's guide to UNIX! The easy-to-use introduction to this popular operating system.

  • Introduces popular functions and explains how operating systems work
  • Includes how to create, copy, and rename files
  • Also presents the vi screen editor and customized commands

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For years the UNIX operating system has been touted as the system of the future. Every year the future appears to get a little bit closer. This well written introduction to UNIX is designed for both experienced programmers and beginners. Beginning with the simple concept of an operating system, the reader is introduced to some of the most important features of UNIX, including directories, I/O redirection, pipes, shells, screen editing, program development, and system administration. Highly recommended for anyone with an interest in UNIX. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780810462687
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
06/01/1984
Pages:
371

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