Provides coverage of this popular operating system.
Keeps students abreast of the latest advancements in Perl.
Keeps students abreast of the latest advancements in vi text editor.
Gives beginning students even more opportunities to practice the concepts learned.
Explains more clearly to students what they are looking at.
Allows students to use the text as a reference long after the class is over.
Encourages students to “get up and running” as a user on a UNIX system regardless of what platform they are using.
Provides coverage of all the major UNIX shells.
Gives students an introduction to what they will be learning in the chapter as well as opportunities to practice and test their knowledge.
Draws students into the text.
Important to understand the Internet so as to better understand UNIX.
For an introductory course on UNIX.
UNIX for Programmers and Users, Third Edition follows in the tradition of previous editions to provide students with complete, up-to-date coverage of UNIX. In this new edition they will find information on basic concepts, popular utilities, shells, networking, systems programming, internals, system administration, and much more.
1. What Is UNIX?
2. UNIX for Non-Programmers.
3. The UNIX Shells.
4. The Bourne Shell.
5. The Korn Shell.
6. The C Shell.
8. The Bourne Again Shell.
10. The Internet.
11. Windowing Systems.
12. C Programming Tools.
13. Systems Programming.
14. UNIX Internals.
15. System Administration.
16. The Future.