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Solaris 8 Essential Reference
     

Solaris 8 Essential Reference

by John P. Mulligan
 

This title provides clear and concise instruction on how to perform important administration and management tasks using Solaris, as well as how to use some of the more powerful commands and more advanced topics found in version 2.6 through version 8. The scope of Solaris 8 Essential Reference includes the best way to implement the most frequently used commands,

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This title provides clear and concise instruction on how to perform important administration and management tasks using Solaris, as well as how to use some of the more powerful commands and more advanced topics found in version 2.6 through version 8. The scope of Solaris 8 Essential Reference includes the best way to implement the most frequently used commands, deal with shell scripting, administer your own system, and utilize effective security.

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John Mulligan's Solaris 8 Essential Reference provides clear and concise instruction on how to perform important administration and management tasks using the latest edition of Solaris, as well as how to use some of the more powerful commands and more advanced topics found in Solaris version 2.6 through version 8. The scope of Solaris 8 Essential Reference includes the best way to implement the most frequently used commands, deal with shell scripting, administer your own system, and utilize effective security. Very highly recommended instructional reference and a "must" for new Solaris users. 400 pp.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735710078
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
01/19/2001
Series:
Essential Reference Series
Pages:
350
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

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Meet the Author

: John P. Mulligan is the creator and maintainer of SolarisGuide.com, the leading online information resource about the Solaris operating environment. The site features technical manuals, FAQs and news. John spent thee years in the Computing Support Services department at Lafayette College working on just about every aspect of Unix systems administration and management. He migrated all the college Sun SPARCstations from SunOS 4.x to SunOS 5.x (a.k.a. Solaris 2.x) last year. During this time he started to collect as much information as he could about Solaris—specifically the migration of SunOS 4.x to Solaris 2.x. As a chemical engineer, his research on the modeling of microfluidic flows was performed using Sun Solaris workstations.

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