A Practical Guide to UNIX System V Release 4

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Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - UNIX System V (Computer file) - 700 pages
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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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Mark G. Sobell is President of Sobell Associates Inc., a consulting firm that specializes in UNIX/Linux training, support, and custom software development. He has more than twenty-five years of experience working with UNIX and Linux systems and is the author of many best-selling books, including "A Practical Guide to Red Hat(R) Linux(R), Third Edition"; "A Practical Guide to Linux(R) Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming"; and "A Practical Guide to UNIX(R) for Mac OS(R) X Users" (coauthored with Peter Seebach), all from Prentice Hall, and "A Practical Guide to the UNIX System" from Addison-Wesley.

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