Learning the Unix Operating System

Learning the Unix Operating System

A handy book for someone just starting with Unix or Linux, and an ideal primer for Mac and PC users of the Internet who need to know a little about Unix on the systems they visit.

Author: Jerry Peek

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 0596002610

Category: Computers

Page: 157

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A handy book for someone just starting with Unix or Linux, and an ideal primer for Mac and PC users of the Internet who need to know a little about Unix on the systems they visit. The most effective introduction to Unix in print, covering Internet usage for email, file transfers, web browsing, and many major and minor updates to help the reader navigate the ever-expanding capabilities of the operating system.
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Learning the UNIX Operating System

Learning the UNIX Operating System

Author: John Strang

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ISBN: OCLC:933831632

Category: UNIX (Sistema operativo de ordenador)

Page: 75

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Categories: UNIX (Sistema operativo de ordenador)

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The series includes: Nutshell Handbooks • "Learning The UNIX Operating System", 75 pages, rrp $18.95 • "Learning The vi Editor", 144 pages, rrp S30.95 • "UNIX In A Nutshell" (BSD and System V editions), 264/270 pages, rrp S39.95 • "DOS ...

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X Toolkit Intrinsics Programming Manual

X Toolkit Intrinsics Programming Manual

NUTSHELL V WINDOW SYSTEM HANDBOOKS Send me more information on : Nutshell Handbooks Learning the UNIX Operating System DOS Meets UNIX Learning the vi Editor UNIX in a Nutshell , System V UNIX in a Nutshell , Berkeley Handbooks on ...

Author: Adrian Nye

Publisher: Orient Book Distribution

ISBN: 093717534X

Category: Windows (Computer programs)

Page: 543

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Categories: Windows (Computer programs)

X Protocol Reference Manual for X11 Release 6

X Protocol Reference Manual for X11  Release 6

USING UNLX AND X BASICS Learning GNU Emacs Learning the Korn Shell Learning the UNIX Operating System Learning the vi Editor MH & xmh : Email for Users & Programmers SCO UNIX in a Nutshell The USENET Handbook ( Winter '94 / 95 est . ) ...

Author: Adrian Nye

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 156592083X

Category: Computers

Page: 435

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This book describes the X Network Protocol which underlies all software for Version 11 of the X Window System. It includes protocol clarifi-cations of X11 Release 5, as well as the most recent version of the ICCCM and the Logical Font Conventions Manual. It can be used with any release of X.
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Learning the Korn Shell

Learning the Korn Shell

In that case, we recommend the O'Reilly & Associates Nutshell Handbook, Learning the UNIX Operating System, by Grace Todino and john Strang. If you're an experienced user, you may wish to skip Chapter 1 altogether.

Author: Bill Rosenblatt

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781565920545

Category: Electronic books

Page: 338

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This Nutshell Handbook® is a thorough introduction to the Korn shell, both as a user interface and as a programming language. The Korn shell, like the C and Bourne shells, is a program that interprets UNIX commands. It has many features that aren't found in other shells, including command history (the ability to recall and edit previous commands). The Korn shell is also faster; several of its features allow you to write programs that execute more quickly than their Bourne or C shell equivalents. This book provides a clear and concise explanation of the Korn shell's features. It explainskshstring operations, co-processes, signals and signal handling, and one of the worst "dark corners" of shell programming: command-line interpretation. It does this by introducing simple real-life examples and then adding options and complexity in later chapters, illustrating the way real-world script development generally proceeds. An additional (and unique) programming aid, a Korn shell debugger (kshdb), is also included. Learning the Korn Shellis an ideal resource for many UNIX users and programmers, including software developers who want to "prototype" their designs, system administrators who want to write tools for their own use, and even novices who just want to use some ofksh'smore advanced interactive features.
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X Window System User s Guide

X Window System User s Guide

NUTSHELL O'Reilly & Associates , Inc. Creators and Publishers of Nutshell Handbooks WINDOW SYSTEM HANDBOOKS Nutshell Handbooks Learning the UNIX Operating System DOS Meets UNIX Learning the vi Editor UNIX in a Nutshell , System V UNIX ...

Author: Tim O'Reilly

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ISBN: 0937175293

Category: C (Computer program language)

Page: 344

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Categories: C (Computer program language)

The Computer User s Survival Guide

The Computer User s Survival Guide

BASICS Ieaming GNU Emacs beaming the Bash Shell Leaming the Kom Shell Learning the UNIX Operating System beaming the vi Editor MH & xmh: Email for Users 8r Programmers SCO UNIX in a Nutshell The USENET Handbook Using and Managing UUCP ...

Author: Joan Stigliani

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449399673

Category: Computers

Page: 296

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You probably suspect, on some level, that computers might be hazardous to your health. You might vaguely remember a study that you read years ago about miscarriages being more frequent for data entry operators. Or you might have run into a co-worker wearing splints and talking ominously about Workers' Comp insurance. Or you might notice that when you use a computer too long, you get stiff and your eyes get dry.But who wants to worry about such things? Surely, the people wearing splints must be malingerers who don't want to work? Surely, the people who design keyboards and terminals must be working to change their products if they are unsafe? Surely, so long as you're a good worker and keep your mind on your job, nothing bad will happen to you?The bad news is: You can be hurt by working at a computer. The good news is that many of the same factors that pose a risk to you are within your own control. You can take action on your own to promote your own health -- whether or not your terminal manufacturer, keyboard designer, medical provider, safety trainer, and boss are working diligently to protect you.The Computer User's Survival Guide looks squarely at all the factors that affect your health on the job, including positioning, equipment, work habits, lighting, stress, radiation, and general health.Through this guide you will learn: a continuum of neutral postures that you can at utilize at different work tasks how radiation drops off with distance and what electrical equipment is responsible for most exposure how modern office lighting is better suited to working on paper than on a screen, and what you can do to prevent glare simple breathing techniques and stretches to keep your body well oxygenated and relaxed, even when you sit all day how reading from a screen puts unique strains on your eyes and what kind of vision breaks will keep you most productive and rested what's going on "under the skin" when your hands and arms spend much of the day mousing and typing, and how you can apply that knowledge to prevent overuse injuries The Computer User's Survival Guide is not a book of gloom and doom. It is a guide to protecting yourself against health risks from your computer, while boosting your effectiveness and your enjoyment of work.
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When You Can t Find Your UNIX System Administrator

When You Can t Find Your UNIX System Administrator

... plus a powerhouse of online UNIX books from O'Reilly , including UNIX in a Nutshell , System V Edition ; the complete text of UNIX Power Tools , 2nd Edition ; Learning the UNIX Operating System , 4th Edition ; Learning the vi Editor ...

Author: Linda Mui

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1565921046

Category: Computers

Page: 139

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If you're like most UNIX users, you have a job to do aside from exploring your operating system - like analyzing that hot new stock, running another experiment, or typesetting another report. What happens when you have problems? What happens when the system slows to a crawl, when you can't get logged back in after a power failure, or when you've sent a file to the printer three times but have yet to find a printout? When You Can't Find Your UNIX System Administrator is written to give you tools for solving problems. We provide practical solutions for problems you're likely to encounter in logging in, running programs, sharing files, managing space resources, printing, and so on; just enough background so that you can make sense of our suggestions, rather than simply memorizing keystrokes; an explanation of how to present problems to your system administrator so that you're more likely to get quick, accurate support; a list of the site-specific information to which you should have access, and a place to write it down; and a Quick Reference worksheet summarizing what to try first, second, third for commonly encountered problems. The goal of this book is not to make you a guru, but to get you back to the job you'd rather be doing.
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XLIB Programming Manual Rel 5

XLIB Programming Manual  Rel  5

WEB Advanced Perl Programming Apache : The Definitive Guide , 2nd Edition ASP in a Nutshell Building Your Own Web ... Shell Learning the UNIX Operating System , 4th Edition Learning the vi Editor , 6th Edition Linux in a Nutshell Linux ...

Author: Adrian Nye

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1565920023

Category: Computers

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This book is a complete programmer's guid to the X library, which is the lowest level of programming interface to X. It includes chapters on:
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