Linux: The Textbook is the first true textbook to teach the how and why of working in the Linux environment. Assuming no previous Linux experience, the book tours the Linux user interface to provide insight into the inner workings of the system as well as important Linux concepts. Readers are guided through Linux utilities for process, file, storage, and I/O management, thereby quickly learning to navigate the user interface while broadening their understanding of important operating system principles. This unique presentationâ combined with a thorough and systematic coverage of Linux software development tools, Bash and TC shell programming, a glossary, a Linux installation appendix for Caldera, Mandrake, and Red Hat Linux, and a quick-reference appendix on commonly used shell commands and utilitiesâ benefits the beginning student as well as the skilled Linux user.
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Descripción Addison-Wesley, 2001. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: (Each chapter concludes with a Summary and Problems.) 1. Overview of Operating Systems. Introduction. What is an Operating System? Operating System Services. Character Versus Graphical User Interfaces. Types of Operating Systems. The LINUX Family. 2. LINUX History. Introduction. Open Source Background. Linus Torvalds. LINUX Distributions. Kernel History. Popularity of LINUX. Future Developments. Web Resources. 3. Getting Started. Introduction. Computer System Hardware. LINUX Software Architecture. Logging On and Logging Off. Correcting Command Line Typing Mistakes. Some Important System Setups. Some Useful Commands for the Beginner. 4. LINUX Shells. Introduction. Various LINUX Shells. Some Useful General-Purpose Commands. Shell Metacharacters. 5. Editing Text Files. Introduction. How to Do Short and Simple Edits by Using the pico Editor. Obtaining More Control Using the vi Editor. Getting Maximum Control by Using the emacs Editor. How to do Graphical Editing by Using XEmacs. Command Line Editing. 6. Electronic Mail. Introduction. How to Use the LINUX mail Command Effectively. elm-A Full-Screen Display E-mail System. pine-Another Full-Screen Display E-mail System. Graphical E-mail with Kmail. 7. Files and File System Structure. Introduction. The LINUX File Concept. Types of Files. File System Structure. Navigating the File Structure. File Representation and Storage in LINUX. Standard Files and File Descriptors. End of File (eof) Marker. 8. File Security. Introduction. Password-Based Protection. Encryption-Based Protection. Protection-Based on Access Permission. Determining and Changing File Access Privileges. Special Access Bits 211. File Permissions and Types. 9. Basic File Processing. Introduction. Viewing Contents of Text Files. Copying, Moving, and Removing Files. Appending to Files. Combining Files. Comparing Files. Removing Repeated Lines. Printing Files and Controlling Print Jobs. 10. Advanced File Processing. Introduction. Regular Expressions. Compressing Files. Sorting Files. Searching for Commands and Files. Searching Files. Cutting and Pasting. Encoding and Decoding. Command History. 11. File Sharing. Introduction. Duplicate Shared Files. Common Login for Members of a Team. Setting Appropriate Access Permissions on Shared Files. Common Group for Members of a Team. File Sharing via Links. Searching for Symbolic Links. 12. Redirection and Piping. Introduction. Standard Files. Input Redirection. Output Redirection. Combining Input and Output Redirection. I/O Redirection with File Descriptors. Redirecting Standard Error. Redirecting stdout and stderr in One Command. Redirecting stdin, stdout, and stderr in One Command. Redirecting Without Overwriting File Contents (Appending). LINUX pipes. Redirection and Piping Combined. Error Redirection in the TC Shell. Recap of I/O and Error Redirection. 13. Processes. Introduction. Running Multiple Processes Simultaneously. LINUX Process States. Execution of Shell Commands. Process Attributes. Process and Job Control.<B. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0201725959