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Just Enough UNIX provides a quick and gentle introduction to the UNIX operating system. The fifth edition of this highly successful text reflects changes and updates to the UNIX curriculum that have taken place since the publication of the fourth edition. The book is written in a clear, straightforward style that avoids unnecessary jargon.
This short, yet comprehensive text covers the basics of UNIX. It can be used in both a freshman engineering course or to supplement other courses where the student needs to learn UNIX for the first time. The book is enhanced by strong pedagogical tools that will be very useful to those in the classroom, as well as those engaged in self-study.
Table of contents
Part I: Introduction to UNIX1 Introduction to UNIX 2 Your UNIX Account 3 Getting Started 4 Tutorial: Getting Started (X/Motif) 5 Tutorial: Getting Started (CDE) Part II: UNIX File System6 The UNIX File System 7 Tutorial: Working with Files 8 Tutorial: Working with Directories 9 Tutorial: Using File Manager Part III: UNIX Shells10 UNIX Shells 11 Tutorial: Working with the Shell 12 Tutorial: Using Additional Shell Features Part IV: Text Editors13 Text Editors 14 Tutorial: Editing with vi 15 Tutorial: Editing with emacs 16 Tutorial: Editing with pico 17 Tutorial: Editing with Text Editor Part V: Networking18 Networking 19 Tutorial: Using mail and mailx 20 Tutorial: Processing Mail with pine 21 Tutorial: Processing Mail with Mailer 22 Tutorial: Logging in Remotely 23 Tutorial: Transferring Files Part VI: Computer Security24 Computer Security 25 Tutorial: Remote Computing Using SSH-1 26 Tutorial: Remote Computing Using SSH-2 27 Tutorial: Encryption Using GPG Part VII: Startup Files28 Startup Files 29 Tutorial: Using sh & ksh Startup Files 30 Tutorial: Using csh & tcsh Startup Files 31 Tutorial: Using bash Startup Files Part VIII: Scripting Languages32 Scripting Languages 33 Tutorial: Shell Scripting 34 Tutorial: Scripting with awk35 Tutorial: Scripting with Perl Part VIX: Programming Languages36 Programming Languages37 Tutorial: Programming in C 38 Tutorial: Programming in C++ 39 Tutorial: Programming in JavaAppendicesAppendix A: Taming Your Terminal Appendix B: The UNIX Manual Appendix C: Starting X and Motif Appendix D: Regular Expressions Appendix E: Formatted Output Appendix F: Using dbx Appendix G: Using make Appendix H: write and talk