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Your Comprehensive Guide to UNIX System V Release 4! Here is the most extensive introduction to the UNIX environment—completely updated and revised from the best-selling first edition which has more than 100,000 copies in print and which has been rated as one of the best books on UNIX. Inside,you'll find coverage on all aspects of UNIX from the basic to the most advanced topics. This edition has been completley rewritten to bring it up to date; new coverage includes descriptions of many topics not even inexistence last year. Authors Kenneth H. Rosen,Richard R. Rosinski,James M. Farber,and Douglas A. Host,all from AT&T Bell Laboratories,offer you the benefit of their considerable expertise. They provide an introduction that can get you off the gound with the important aspects of the UNIX environments such as the following: Starting out with UNIX; Using and programming the shell; Editing and formatting text; Understanding the different flavors of UNIX,including Linux,UnixWare,Solaris,IRIX,HP-UX,and SCO; Using UNIX tools,like awk,perl,and tcl; Communicating and networking; Exploring the Internet; Using the X Window system; Taking advantage of Client/Server Computing; Using both DOS and UNIX; Administering your system; Creating your own programs; Finding and using UNIX applications. Whether you are new to UNIX or an experienced user wanting to expand your expertise,UNIX System V Release 4: An Introduction,Second Edition,is your comprehensive guide to this immensely popular operating system.
For beginning, intermediate, and advanced users, this book offers complete coverage of UNIX. Offering information on basic UNIX, programming UNIX, communications and networking, the book also discusses new, more advanced tools such as Perl and presents in-depth discussions of the Internet, Windows, Linux, the bestselling UNIX systems, and more.
|Pt. 2||Text Editing and Processing|
|Pt. 5||System Administration|
|Pt. 6||User Environments|
|Pt. 8||UNIX Varients|