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Mastering Unix is your source for everything you need to know about today's most influential operating system. Inside, two Unix experts provide essential information on a wide range of Unix flavors, concentrating on Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris8. Whether you're just getting started with Unix or want a resource to help you handle system ...
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Mastering Unix is your source for everything you need to know about today's most influential operating system. Inside, two Unix experts provide essential information on a wide range of Unix flavors, concentrating on Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris8. Whether you're just getting started with Unix or want a resource to help you handle system administration's toughest chores, this example-filled book will answer all your questions and promote the skills you need to succeed.
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PART I: Introducing Unix.
Chapter 1: History and Background of Unix.
Chapter 2: Which Unix?.
Chapter 3: Some Basic Unix Concepts.
PART II: Getting Started.
Chapter 4: Logging In and Looking Around.
Chapter 5: Navigating the Filesystem.
PART III: Unix Desktop Environments.
Chapter 6: The X Window System: An Overview.
Chapter 7: Advanced X Techniques.
Chapter 8: Window Managers.
Chapter 9: KDE.
Chapter 10; Gnome.
PART IV: Using the Shell.
Chapter 11: Introduction to the Bourne (Again) Shell.
Chapter 12: Manipulating Files and Directories.
Chapter 13: Customizing the Shell Environment.
Chapter 14: Input and Output Redirection.
Chapter 15: Other Shells.
PART V: Using Text Editors.
Chapter 16: The edEditor.
Chapter 17: The viEditor.
Chapter 18: GNU Emacs.
Chapter 19: pico, joe, and jed.
Chapter 20: Graphical Text Editors.
PART VI: Shell Programming.
Chapter 21: An Introduction to Shell Programming.
Chapter 22: Variables.
Chapter 23: Flow Control, Part I: Conditional Flow Control.
Chapter 24: Flow Control, Part II: Iterative Flow Control.
Chapter 25: Regular Expressions.
Chapter 26: Signals and Status.
PART VII: Basic System Administration.
Chapter 27: What Is System Administration?.
Chapter 28: System Programming.
Chapter 29: Managing Users and Groups.
Chapter 30: Disks and Filesystem Management.
Chapter 31: Installing and Managing Software.
Chapter 32: Getting to Know the Kernel.
Chapter 33: Managing Print Services.
PART VIII: Network Administration.
Chapter 34: Introduction to Unix Networking.
Chapter 35: Network Interfaces and Routing.
Chapter 36: The Distributed System.
Chapter 37: Integrating Unix with Other Platforms.
Chapter 38: Network Security.
PART IX: Administering Services.
Chapter 39: Selecting a Suite of Services.
Chapter 40: Electronic Mail.
Chapter 41: USENET News.
Chapter 42: World Wide Web Services.
Chapter 43: Remote Access (inet)Services.
Appendix A: Common Unix Commands.
Appendix B: Documentation and Resources.
Appendix C: Other Types of Unix.