2 edition of Unix Reference Guide found in the catalog.
Unix Reference Guide
MCNULTY DEV IN
April 1986 by Prentice Hall .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||250|
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Describes the most useful UNIX commands and covers the System V UNIX system and the Berkeley UNIX system. In addition to listing the commands and definitions, the book includes examples that illustrate the use of the commands.
Covers core commands, making it easier for the novice to distinguish between the essential and the extraneous. When I recently needed a Unix reference book, I bought this on Unix Reference Guide book sight unseen, knowing that the "In a Nutshell" books tend to deliver.
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UNIX Commands: Quick Reference. This is a guide to some of the most commonly used commands in UNIX terminal mode. Most of the commands will work the same way in *NIX variants such as Linux and Mac OS X's terminal.
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A reference book is not a bad investment. "UNIX in a Nutshell", by O'Reilly and Assiciates, Inc. is a handy reference book when you work with UNIX, but most of the same information is contained in the online documentation. I use the c-shell, and one good reference to that shell is "The UNIX C Shell Field Guide", by Anderson and Anderson.
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Unix and Linux Reference In this appendix, you’ll find a fairly thorough reference on Unix and Linux commands and flags as well as examples and descriptions of each. We - Selection from Unix and Linux: Visual Quickstart Guide, Fifth Edition [Book]. As Unix has progressed, certain commands that were once critical have fallen into disuse.
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