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This book is both an exhaustive reference and an outstanding guide for the beginner. Real-world examples make new concepts easy to grasp while the practice exercises take comprehension to a new level by forcing the user to think. An unparalleled reference apparatus, this is a book that users will reach for now and for years to come. Features New chapter on program Development Tools to facilitate program maintenance. Special "How It Works" and "How To" sections that make understanding easier. Essential Linux features highlighted throughout. Command reference for vi editor available as an appendix and at the end of the book. Introduces encryption and the Secure Shell (SSH).
Chapter 1 Getting Started
Chapter 2 The Unix Architecture and Command Usage
Chapter 3 General Purpose utilities
Chapter 4 The File System
Chapter 5 Handling Ordinary Files
Chapter 6 Basic File Attributes
Chapter 7 The vi Editor
Chapter 8 The Shell
Chapter 9 The Process
Chapter 10 Customizing The Environment
Chapter 11 More File Attributes
Chapter 12 Simple Filters
Chapter 13 Filter Using Regular Expressions-grep And sed
Chapter 14 Essential Shell Programming
Chapter 15 Essential System Administration
Chapter 16 The X Window System
Chapter 17 Networking Tools
Chapter 18 Awk-An Advanced Filter
Chapter 19 Per1-The Master Manipulator
Chapter 20 Advanced vi
Chapter 21 Advanced Shell Programming
Chapter 22 Program Development Tools
Chapter 23 Systems Programming I- Files
Chapter 24 Systems Programming II-Process Control
Chapter 25 Advanced System Administration
|Publisher||Tata McGraw-Hill Education|
|Number of Pages||672 Pages|
|Book Type||Study Book|
|University Books Details|
|University||National Institute of Technology (NIT), Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)|
|Specialization||Information Technology, Computer science|
|Subject||Engineering Mathematics, Unix And Shell Programming, Unix Programming And Practice|
when I have stared learning Solaris for one of my official assignments.
One of my friends suggested this book.I am benefitted a lot from this book.
Now I am able to handle my solaris server and can retrieve any information required for my day to day tasks.
it covers most of the unix programs like AWK,SED,Grep , Egrep and programming languages like perl.
main features of this book are .
1.great help for beginners.
4.covers many commands with simple examples
5.can also be used as refence manual.
after reading this, I wrote more than 20 shell scripts
I highly recommend this book for all beginners.
UNIX Concepts and Applications by Sumitabha Das....
This Book covers Everything you wanted to know about UNIX operating system. The most amazing thing I noticed that it Covers all the basics & essentials of UNIX and Written so perfectly that while referring the topics you will surely feel as the author talking directly to you. Since the book contain a lot of examples, Beginners, Intermediate and Profession Unix users get absolute benefit from this book. I my very delighted to find this book.
This is a very nice text for newbies in Unix/Linux. It will teach you how to accomplish simple tasks from command prompt. it may be a little difficult to digest for the Windows users but let me tell you once you learn Unix, you will never want to use windows again.
It doesn't teaches you programming or system programming. I use it as a handy reference even today.
I feel that the books covers every aspect of Unix operating system and is beneficial for both beginners and experienced. For experienced, it would help in revising, right from the basics to advanced concepts. Plus it describes Linux as well, contrasting some scenarios with Unix.
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