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The UNIX Philosophy

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Written for both the computer layperson and the experienced programmer, this book explores the tenents of the UNIX operating system in detail, dealing with powerful concepts in a comprehensive, straightforward manner. It is a book to be read before tackling the highly technical texts on UNIX internals and programming.

Linux and the Unix Philosophy

Author : Mike Gancarz
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Unlike so many books that focus on how to use Linux, Linux and the Unix Philosophy explores the "way of thinking that is Linux" and why Linux is a superior implementation of this highly capable operating system. This book is a revision and expansion of a computer science classic. Every chapter has been thoroughly updated with Linux coverage. Linux and the Unix Philosophy falls squarely between the "softer" texts on iterative software design and project management and the "how-to" technical texts. Thus far, no one has come out with a book that addresses this topic, either in the Unix space or the Linux space. Linux and the Unix Philosophy covers the same ground as the first edition, while it also presents bold new ideas about Linux and Open Source. · Concise list of philosophy tenets makes it a handy quick reference · Anecdotal examples personalize the book for the reader · Conversational style makes it easy and joyful to read

The Art of UNIX Programming

Author : Eric S. Raymond
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The Art of UNIX Programming poses the belief that understanding the unwritten UNIX engineering tradition and mastering its design patterns will help programmers of all stripes to become better programmers. This book attempts to capture the engineering wisdom and design philosophy of the UNIX, Linux, and Open Source software development community as it has evolved over the past three decades, and as it is applied today by the most experienced programmers. Eric Raymond offers the next generation of "hackers" the unique opportunity to learn the connection between UNIX philosophy and practice through careful case studies of the very best UNIX/Linux programs.

The Linux Philosophy for SysAdmins

Author : David Both
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Reveals and illustrates the awesome power and flexibility of the command line, and the design and usage philosophies that support those traits. This understanding of how to extract the most from the Linux command line can help you become a better SysAdmin. Understand why many things in the Linux and Unix worlds are done as they are, and how to apply the Linux Philosophy to working as a SysAdmin. The original Unix/Linux Philosophy presented foundational and functional tenets - rules, guidelines, and procedural methods - that worked well. However, it was intended for the developers of those operating systems. Although System Administrators could apply many of the tenets to their daily work, many important tenets were missing. Over the years that David Both has been working with Linux and Unix, he has formulated his own philosophy – one which applies more directly to the everyday life of the System Administrator. This book defines a philosophy, and then illuminates the practical aspects of that philosophy with real-world experiments you can perform. Inspired by David’s real mentors, and dedicated to them, The Linux Philosophy for System Administrators is a mentor to SysAdmins everywhere; remember - "If you fail you learn." What You Will Learn Apply the Linux philosophy to working as a SysAdmin Unlock the power of the knowledge you already have Fully understand and access the vast power of the command line Review the power of Linux as a function of the philosophies that built it Who This Book Is For If you want to learn the secrets that make the best Linux SysAdmins powerful far beyond that of mere mortals; if you want to understand the concepts that unlock those secrets; if you want to be the SysAdmin that everyone else turns to when the bytes hit the fan – then this book is for you.

Using and Administering Linux Volume 1

Author : David Both
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Become a Linux sysadmin and expert user of Linux, even with no previous Linux experience and learn to manage complex systems with ease. Volume 1 of this three volume training course introduces operating systems in general and Linux in particular. It briefly explores the The Linux Philosophy for SysAdmins in preparation for the rest of the course. This book provides you with the tools necessary for mastering user management; installing, updating, and deleting software; and using command line tools to do performance tuning and basic problem determination. You'll begin by creating a virtual network and installing an instance of Fedora – a popular and powerful Linux distribution – on a VirtualBox VM that can be used for all of the experiments on an existing Windows or Linux computer. You’ll then move on to the basics of using the Xfce GUI desktop and the many tools Linux provides for working on the command line including virtual consoles, various terminal emulators, BASH, and other shells. Explore data streams and the Linux tools used to manipulate them, and learn about the Vim text editor, which is indispensable to advanced Linux users and system administrators, and be introduced to some other text editors. You’ll also see how to install software updates and new software, learn additional terminal emulators, and some advanced shell skills. Examine the sequence of events that take place as the computer boots and Linux starts up, configure your shell to personalize it in ways that can seriously enhance your command line efficiency, and delve into all things file and filesystems. What You Will Learn Install Fedora Linux and basic configuration of the Xfce desktop Access the root user ID, and the care that must be taken when working as root Use Bash and other shells in the Linux virtual consoles and terminal emulators Create and modify system configuration files with Use the Vim text editor Explore administrative tools available to root that enable you to manage users, filesystems, processes, and basic network communications Configure the boot and startup sequences Who This Book Is For Anyone who wants to learn Linux as an advanced user and system administrator at the command line while using the GUI desktop to leverage productivity.

UNIX System V Release 4

Author : Kenneth H. Rosen
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For beginning, intermediate, and advanced users, this book offers complete coverage of UNIX. Offering information on basic UNIX, programming UNIX, communications and networking, the book also discusses new, more advanced tools such as Perl and presents in-depth discussions of the Internet, Windows, Linux, the bestselling UNIX systems, and more.

Exploring the UNIX System

Author : Stephen G. Kochan
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The UNIX Industry and Open Systems in Transition

Author : Ed Dunphy
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Dunphy has completely revised his bestselling The UNIX Industry and shifted its emphasis to how to develop strategies to manage the significant recent changes in the computer industry and to face the daunting task of delivering on the promise of UNIX and open-systems based technologies.

Making Use of the UNIX Operating System

Author : David Budgen
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UNIX Review

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Novell s Guide to Integrating UNIX and NetWare Networks

Author : James E. Gaskin
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This book explains how to connect the two hottest areas in computing today: Novell's NetWare and UNIX. Using a hands-on approach, the book provides NetWare and UNIX administrators, dealers, and integrators with valuable lessons in providing UNIX services to NetWare users and vice versa.

Bulletproof UNIX

Author : Timothy T. Gottleber
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Written in a personal style that guides the reader through the learning process, this stand alone tool for the learning of UNIX presents topics in the order users need to understand them logically and develop a cohesive picture of covered concepts. Professionals will enjoy a large number of illustrations showing HOW the commands work, and testing their knowledge by trying the command series to see if they get the same results. Chapter topics cover getting started; file handling in UNIX; file matching metacharacters, commands, and history; Editing 101—meet ed; Editing 102—ed's big brother ex; visual editing with vi; interesting commands; tools and concepts; process control; regular expressions and the grep sisters; types of text processing; awk; and shell scripting. For anyone who uses UNIX, and anyone who needs to become a proficient UNIX user.

UNIX Papers

Author : Mitchell Waite
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UNIX Unleashed

Author : Robin Burk
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"UNIX Unleashed, 2nd Ed". takes an in-depth look at UNIX and its features, commands, and utilities. Written by UNIX experts in the UNIX and open systems fields, this book is the all-purpose, one-stop UNIX guide that takes the reader from start to finish. The companion CD contains GNU Emacs, Perl BASH, UUCP, TeX utilities, GNU C++ Compiler, and shell scripts from the book, as well as other programs and utilities.

UNIX System V Release 3 2

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Digital Technical Journal of Digital Equipment Corporation

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The UNIX System

Author : Dennis M. Ritchie
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Computer Science and Statistics

Author : Karl W. Heiner
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The Waite Group s UNIX Primer Plus

Author : Mitchell Waite
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Introduces the fundamentals of the UNIX operating system to both the beginner and experienced computer user, and includes a discussion of the more advanced features

UNIX System Readings and Applications The UNIX system

Author : AT & T Bell Laboratories
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