Understanding UNIX

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Sybex, 1994 - Computers - 587 pages
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Understanding UNIX is the classic UNIX tutorial and reference, thoroughly updated to cover the latest UNIX developments and versions. Whether you use UNIX in business or on campus, this book explains everything you need to know - from basic operating principles to system optimization. You'll explore all of the UNIX shells, master a variety of sophisticated system commands and tools, create commands, and even build advanced shell scripts.

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Simple Commands
Meet the Unix File System

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About the author (1994)

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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