Unix Advanced

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Peachpit Press, 2005 - Computers - 281 pages
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If you've mastered the flavors, commands, and technical jargon surrounding Unix, are comfortable working from within the command line, and are now
itching to take your Unix skills to the next level, this is the place to start! Using a task-based teaching style and easy visual approach, author Chris Herborth does more than just enumerate commands here. In these pages, he shows you how to combine and synthesize those commands to take full advantage of all of Unix's functionality. The focus here is on Unix security, networking, and system administration. By the time you reach the end of this volume, you'll be solving problems and administering systems
competently--in short, tapping all of Unix's power.

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Contents

Unix Review
1
Configuring Unix
21
System Administration 101
29
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Chris Herborth is an award-winning senior technical writer with over ten years of experience in the field of technology, with a background in operating systems, programming, and other diverse areas. A technical editor and contributor to the BeOS Bible (Peachpit Press, 1999) Chris has written technical documentation for microkernels, operating systems, GUI applications, command-line utilities, online help systems, Web sites, and many other projects.

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