A Student's Guide to UNIX
Introduction to unix; what is unix?; the unix connection; starting to use unix; starting with x window; using the keyboard with unix; programs to use right away; the online unix manual; command syntax; the shell; using the c-shell; communicating with other people; networks and addresses; mail; redirection and pipes; filters; displaying files; printing files; the vi editor; the unix file system; working with directories; working with files; usenet: the worldwide users'network; reading the usenet news; internet services; appendixes; glossary; reading list;quick index for the vi editor.
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Introduction to Unix
What Is Unix?
The Unix Connection
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