Understanding UNIX

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Sybex, 1992 - UNIX (Computer file) - 638 pages
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Text provides a good introduction for first-time users as well as for those who already know the basics. Includes the basics of the UNIX operating system plus its architecture and operating principles, and explains UNIX's commands.

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Contents

chapter one ARE YOU ONLINE YET?
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chapter two Simple Commands
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chapter two SIMPLE COMMANDS
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About the author (1992)

Kelly-Bootle helped pioneer the EDSAC I computer. He is contributing editor to Software Development Magazine and a regular columnist in UNIX Review since 1984.

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