Teaches students how to work with files, system administration, UNIX text processing, networking, and script programming. Ex.__
Makes concepts easier for students to understand. Ex.___
Walks students through commonly used procedures for easy learning. Ex.__
Teaches students the most effective procedure to correct a UNIX problem. Ex.__
Practical UNIX address the concerns of the beginning to intermediate UNIX user. Practical UNIX teaches what its namesake promises--practical applications and information that you can easily find and use. You can count on this book to provide solid reference information and practical knowledge necessary to master the ever-complex UNIX. Topics covered in Practical UNIX include listing, finding, displaying, and printing files, generating and using file lists, system security, command-line editing, introduction to Emacs, accessing other UNIX systems on the network and Internet, writing Bourne Shell Scripts, and writing Perl Programs.
I. UNIX FUNDAMENTALS.1. Introduction to UNIX and the Shell.
II. WORKING WITH UNIX FILES.7. Listing and Finding Directories and Files.
III. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION.12. Installing UNIX at Home.
IV. UNIX TEXT PROCESSING.18. Searching for Lines in a File or Pipeline.
V. NETWORKING.24. Accessing Other UNIX Systems by Modem.
VI. SCRIPT PROGRAMMING.28. Writing Bourne Shell Scripts.
VII. APPENDIXES.A: UNIX Command Reference.