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K. SRIRENGAN - Computers - 1998 - 216 pages
This compact and practice-oriented text covers features of UNIX as an operating system and classifies the entire UNIX commands into 15 categories. Separate chapters are devoted ...
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Understanding UNIX: a conceptual guide

James R. Groff, Paul N. Weinberg - Computers - 1988 - 234 pages
Introduces the UNIX Operating System. Written for Business Managers, Educators & Data Processing Professionals
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The Computer Contradictionary

Stan Kelly-Bootle - Computers - 1995 - 239 pages
New computer cultures and their jargons have burgeoned since this book's progenitor, The Devil's DP Dictionary, was published in 1981. This updated version of Stan Kelly-Bootle ...
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Learning UNIX

James Gardner - Operating systems (Computers) - 1991 - 595 pages
Explores the fundamentals of UNIX, and includes an overview of the operating system, the UNIX files system and an introduction to the KOM shell. The book compares UNIX and DOS ...
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Using UNIX

Steve Moritsugu - Computers - 1998 - 863 pages
Focusing on the System V and Solaris variations on the UNIX system, a reference manual shows beginning to intermediate UNIX users how to execute the most common tasks with the ...
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Practical UNIX

Steve Moritsugu - Computers - 2000 - 961 pages
A guide to the operating system's practical applications covers listing, finding, displaying, printing, security, editing, Emacs, and writing Bourne Shell Scripts and Perl programs
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