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Your UNIX/Linux: The Ultimate Guide, written with both users and programmers in mind, is the ultimate UNIX/Linux text. Both pedagogical tool and exhaustive reference, it is well-suited to any course that includes UNIX or Linux. A strong pedagogical framework sets it apart from similar texts and allows beginning students to gain a firm grasp of fundamental concepts, while chapters on advanced topics inspire the more experienced reader to move beyond the basics. Nearly a thousand exercises and self-test questions provide a way for students to test and reinforce their understanding of the material.
Table of Contents
Part I -- User UNIX
Chapter 1 Introducing UNIX
Chapter 2 Getting familiar with UNIX Commands
Chapter 3 The File System
Chapter 4 File Attributes
Chapter 5 The vi/vim Editor
Chapter 6 The Shell
Chapter 7 The Process
Chapter 8 The Shell - Customizing the Environment
Chapter 9 Simple Filters
Chapter 10 Filters Using Regular Expressions - grep and sed
Chapter 11 Networking and Internet Tools
Part II--Programmer UNIX
Chapter 12 Filtering and programming with awk
Chapter 13 Shell Programming
Chapter 14 A C Programming Primer
Chapter 15 Program Development Tools
Chapter 16 Systems Programming I - Files
Chapter 17 Systems Programming II - Process Control