UNIX System V, Release 4: An Introduction

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Kenneth H. Rosen
Osborne McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 1175 pages
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This book is the most comprehensive introduction to UNIX available. New users should appreciate its straightforward approach, while experienced users should find it worthwhile for its unmatched coverage of new material. The book covers basic UNIX, programming UNIX, communications and networking, as well as the new UNIX tools, such as Perl. The book also contains in-depth discussions of the Internet (including sections on Mosaic and other browsers), Windows, Linux, the best-selling UNIX systems, X-Window and internetworking and interoperability. The DOS section in the book is updated from the perivous version and aimed at those who are seeking cross-platform solutions.

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Contents

Background
3
Getting Started
31
Files and Directories
57
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Ken Rosen is a distinguished author of textbooks in computer science and mathematics with more than 22 years of experience working at AT&T and Bell Labs.

Douglas Host worked at AT&T and Bell Labs and has more than 29 years' experience working on computing and network projects.

Rachel Klee is a computer science teacher and UNIX expert.

James Farber is a member of the technical staff at Avaya and formerly worked at AT&T and Bell Labs.

Richard Rosinski is vice president of professional services at VoiceGenie Technologies and worked at AT&T and Bell Labs for 18 years.

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