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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A Practical Guide to Linux® Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming
Sobell Mark G.
No preview available - 2006
chapter one ARE YOU ONLINE YET?
chapter two Simple Commands
chapter two SIMPLE COMMANDS
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argument ASCII Bourne shell buffer characters child process chmod command mode copy create Ctrl-D current directory current line current message cursor default delete disk display echo editing egrep encrypted end-of-file enter entry etc/passwd example execute permission exit exit status fgrep file called file name filename files and directories filesystem grep header home directory ihapter invoke kernel keyboard line numbers login name login profile mand Mary match mbox means memo message number metacharacters myprog newline Note operating options passwd password path name printer prompt redirection regular expressions root screen sequence shell script shell variables simple space stan standard output stdout string subdirectories superuser symbol syntax system administrator terminal today.test Unix file Unix systems usr/stan usually UUCP wildcard write permission XENIX