Mac OS X Black Book

Mac OS X Black Book

by Gene Steinberg, Mark R Bell, Deborah Suggs
     
 

This book goes way beyond the basics with technical references and practical troubleshooting, administrative tools, networking technologies, and more. It is especially designed to get to the heart of networking issues for systems administrators who want to include Mac OS in Windows or Unix environments. It shows readers how to automate tasks remotely over TCP/IP

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Overview

This book goes way beyond the basics with technical references and practical troubleshooting, administrative tools, networking technologies, and more. It is especially designed to get to the heart of networking issues for systems administrators who want to include Mac OS in Windows or Unix environments. It shows readers how to automate tasks remotely over TCP/IP using Applescript. Covers support for symmetric multiprocessing and Carbon.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932111071
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date:
11/28/2001
Series:
Little Black Books (Coriolis) Series
Pages:
688
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.73(d)

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Meet the Author

Gene Steinberg, author of 30 books and hundreds of articles on computer-related topics, has been involved with the Mac world since 1984. He is a regular columnist for "USAToday.com" and Gannett News Service and a contributing editor for CNET technology news service, and maintains a Mac support Web site at www.macnightowl.com. As a software/systems consultant, Gene's client list included bestselling author Tom Clancy.

Bell is the Webmaster and Macintosh Specialist for the Duke University Office of Information Technology. He married Virginia D. Smith.

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