Library JournalQuick Reference is a follow-up to the authors' popular UNIX for Dummies, providing easy access to UNIX queries in a convenient format. Seven parts describe ever so succinctly basic UNIX commands, motif, text editors, mail, networking, and the shell. Each command is defined in English, displayed in UNIX format with options and their functions, explained by example, and, finally, discussed in further detail relative to other commands. If you aren't ready for an encyclopedia of UNIX commands as a dust collector near your terminal, consider this book as your best guide to the complexities of UNIX linguistics.
This comprehensive source of UNIX commands and features provides quick access to information-covers all major versions of UNIX.
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