A Practical Guide to UNIX System V Release 4
Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - UNIX System V (Computer file) - 700 pages
This bestselling work has been revised and updated to reflect the newest release of UNIX System V, Release 4.0. Expanded coverage includes networking, variables, control structures, signal handling, and other aspects of programming using the Bourne Shell. Two chapters on word processing contain "vi", the "nroff" text formatter, and "mm" macros.
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The UNIX Operating System
How Can It Run on So Many Machines?
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access permissions ambiguous file reference argument Bourne Buffer Chapter command line Command Mode contains control-d copy cpio create default delete delta disk echo editor enter execute exit Figure file called file named file system file-list following command following example format fsck give the command grep hard links header home directory home/a input file Input Mode jenny Korn Shell line number login name mailx mand matches memo move the cursor nroff operating system option causes ordinary file passwd password pathname pipe press return printer prompt regular expression screen shell script simple filename sort space special characters specify standard input standard output string subdirectories Superuser symbolic link system administrator System V Release terminal UNIX operating system UNIX system uppercase utility displays versions word write