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UNIX System V: A Practical Guide (3rd Edition)
UNIX System V A Practical Guide - 3rd Edition
Author: Mark G. Sobell
ISBN-13: 9780805375664
ISBN-10: 080537566X
Publication Date: 9/30/1994
Pages: 800
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Publisher: Addison Wesley
Book Type: Paperback
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An ideal guide to System V Release 4.2, offering a comprehensive look at this popular version of UNIX. Perfect for novice and experienced users. Provides concise, readable coverage of the latest commands and utilities. Part I provides a step-by-step tutorial for readers who want to use this operating system for programming, electronic mail, networking (including accessing the internet), and other applications. Part II examines more than 70 UNIX utility programs. Appendices cover the difference between System V Release 3 and 4, the POSIX Standards and the version-specific features of IBM's AIX, HP-UX, and SCO UNIX. Includes chapters on the Korn Shell, the emacs text editor, the vi editor, the Graphical User Interfaces, the Bourne and C shells...