UNIX in Plain Englishby Kevin Reichard, Reichard
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UNIX in Plain English, Second Edition takes the UNIX operating system -- which can be obtuse and complicated -- and breaks it down into easily understandable components that can be referenced in any number of ways: by command, by task, by DOS equivalent, and by type. No other instant UNIX command reference does this.
UNIX is an incredibly powerful operating system, but its power can be diminished when you have to wade through volumes of technical documentation just to answer a simple question. UNIX in Plain English, Second Edition is your answer. It is a reference for instant access to the UNIX commands and concepts that you use every day.
UNIX in Plain English, Second Edition addresses the frustration of every UNIX user by listing common computer tasks in plain English with the corresponding UNIX command. Another section cross-references DOS commands with their UNIX equivalents for those making the transition to UNIX. In addition to standard user and system-administration commands, there is coverage of Internet commands (as UNIX was the platform upon which the Internet was built), text-editing commands, and more.
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