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by Joseph Merlino,Katherine Wrightson

ePub Mastering UNIX download
Author:
Joseph Merlino,Katherine Wrightson
ISBN13:
978-0782128178
ISBN:
0782128173
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Publisher:
Sybex (December 11, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Computer Science
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1195 kb
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1663 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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258

Katherine Wrightson (Author), Joseph Merlino (Author)

Katherine Wrightson (Author), Joseph Merlino (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0782128178. Mastering Unix is targeted at those using one of the three most popular Unix renditions (Solaris, FreeBSD, and the ubiquitous Linux), and it is a real strength of the book that Linux and open source are properly explained and contextualized. The history of Unix is briefly but fully walked through, and then the book describes the OS's structure and how it uses files and directories.

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by. Wrightson, Katherine. xlii, 897 p. ; 23 cm +. Unix. Accompanied by a CD-ROM disk. UNIX (Computer file). San Francisco ; London : Sybex. Merlino, Joe. Bookplateleaf.

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Whether you're just getting started with Unix or want a resource to help you handle system administration's toughest chores, this example-filled book will answer all your questions and promote the skills you need to succeed.

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All Your Unix Questions—Answered!

Mastering Unix is your source for everything you need to know about today's most influential operating system. Inside, two Unix experts provide essential information on a wide range of Unix flavors, concentrating on Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris8. Whether you're just getting started with Unix or want a resource to help you handle system administration's toughest chores, this example-filled book will answer all your questions and promote the skills you need to succeed.

Coverage includes:

Using the Unix shell Using X-Windows Configuring and using remote services Connecting to the Internet Creating user accounts Creating user groups Designing and building a network Using Unix utilities Programming the shell Setting up and administering a mail server Setting up and administering a news server Setting up and administering a Web server Implementing effective security practices

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  • The book discussed the history of UNIX and its evolution. The author also talked about different flavor of UNIX. The book is good it discussed many things that are common to all flavors of UNIX. It also discussed the shell programming, the different editors, and unix networking and mail configuration. Overall it is good book you can use as reference too, I do recommend it.

  • I have extensive experience with UNIX literature of all sorts. And the books that I pick to reference are far exceeding that level of beginners, after all I'm certified Solaris, Linux and AIX professional. This book stood up to my expectations almost perfectly: it is very well written and clearly expressed work. It does not overwhelm with technical details and does not press too much. I also followed an advise in someone review and purchased "UNIX Essentials" DVD that is complete unix course recorded. These two nicely complement one another. You watch it and you read it. If you didn't catch it from the first try you watch it again and read it again. In two months I found myself confident to that extend that gave advises to our system administrator and he accepted them because there were subjects that he wasn't completely sure. What I can say, in three month I passed my first interview and got a job! Sure it is a way to start there much of more advanced reading that will take over you with a time however these two provide you with the BASIS!

    I can't overstate how much I have learned from them. Don't be naive, though. You will have to learn and memorize many things. The fact of owning neither book nor DVD will not make you knowledgeable, but if you will work it trough, there is a chance you will surprise many people around!

  • This book, despite its bombastic title, is an excellent introduction to the UNIX [Linux] operating system. Aimed at the beginner or beginner++, it touches on most of the salient topics a prospective sys admin might need to know about. Topics covered include: basic commands, the file system, the X Window System, environment setup, basic scripting, basic networking, and basic sys admin, among other things.
    Although the book is rather hefty--nearly 900 pages--the reader never gets bogged down. The writing is clear, and topics are covered in enough detail as to promote a decent all around understanding of the material.
    If I could fault the book in any way, it would be because there are perhaps too many topics covered here. The writing is very good, and I think the authors could have expanded this book into, say, 3 books without getting mired in every detail.

  • The book is very informative and offers much of useful knowledge!

    I have used it with training DVD that found here on Amazon. It is DVD "UNIX Essentials" that nobody knows about. It is very cool one, straight to the subject, very useful. I used this book and "UNIX for dummies" with this DVD and I believe I learned more then my friend who attended $2000 class.

    This book is good , but DVD is DVD, it is like you have class at home. This book is very useful though.

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  • Very easy reading, nice book, definately has a lot of content, basically explains everything. Enjoyed reading it, this book is good for beginners just as well as starting Unix administrators. Author of this book explains a lot of stuff and gives some helpfull links from a to z.

  • I'm an NT administrator, new to the world of Unix, and definately find this book informative. "Mastering Unix" is well written, not only as a reference for the experienced, but for those who are new to Unix as well.