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Unix power tools

Publisher: Sebastopol (Calif.) : O'Reilly, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd ed

This new edition is loaded with even more advice about almost every aspect of Unix, covering new technologies that users need to know.


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0596003307 9780596003302
OCLC Number: 470019978
Notes: Glossaire. Index.
Description: XXXVIII-1116 p. : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Basic Unix Environment: 1. Introduction 1.1 What's Special About Unix? 1.2 Power Grows on You 1.3 The Core of Unix 1.4 Communication with Unix 1.5 Program s Are Designed to Work Together 1.6 There Are Many Shells 1.7 Which Shell Am I Running? 1 .8 Anyone Can Program the Shell 1.9 Internal and External Commands 1.10 The Kernel and Daemons 1.11 Filenames 1.12 Filename Extensions 1.13 Wildcards 1.14 The Tree Structure of t he Filesystem 1.15 Your Home Directory 1 .16 Making Pathnames 1.17 File Access Permissions 1.18 The Superuser (Root) 1.19 When Is a File Not a File? 1.20 Scripting 1.21 Unix Networking and Communications 1.22 The X Window System 2. Getting Help 2.1 The man Command 2.2 what is: One-Line Command Summaries 2.3 whereis: Finding Where a Command Is Located 2.4 Searching On line Manual Pages 2.5 How Unix Systems Remember Their Names 2.6 Which Version Am I Using? 2.7 What Am I On? 2.8 Who's On? 2.9 The info Command; Part II. Customizing Your Environment. 3. Setting Up Your Unix Shell 3.1 What Happens When You Log In 3.2 The Mac OS X Terminal Application 3.3 Shell Setup Files-Which, Where, and Why 3.4 Login Shells, Interactive Shells 3.5 Wh at Goes in Shell Setup Files? 3.6 Tip for Changing Account Setup: Keep a Shell Ready 3.7 Use Absol ute Pathnames in Shell Setup Files 3.8 Setup File s Aren't Read When You Want? 3.9 Gotchas in set p rompt Test 3.10 Automatic Setups for Different Te rminals 3.11 Terminal Setup: Testing TERM 3.12 Terminal Setup: Testing Remote Hostname and X Displ ay 3.13 Terminal Setup: Testing Port 3.1 4 Terminal Setup: Testing Environment Variables 3 .15 Terminal Setup: Searching Terminal Table 3.16 Terminal Setup: Testing Window Size 3.17 Termina l Setup: Setting and Testing Window Name 3.18 A . cshrc.$HOST File for Per Host Setup 3.19 Making a "Login" Shell 3.20 RC Files 3.21 Make Your Own Manpages Without Learning troff 3.22 Writing a Simple Manpage with the -man Macros; 4. Interacting with Your Environment 4.1 Basics of Setting the Prompt 4.2 Static Prompts 4 .3 Dynamic Prompts 4.4 Simulating Dynamic Prompts 4.5 C-Shell Prompt Causes Problems in virsh, etc. 4.6 Faster Prompt Setting with Built-ins 4.7 Multiline Shell Prompts 4.8 Session Info in Window Title or Status Line 4.9 A "Menu Prompt" for Naive Users 4.10 Highlighting and Color in Shell Prompts 4.11 Right-Side Prompts 4 .12 Show Subshell Level with $SHLVL 4.13 What Good Is a Blank Shell Prompt? 4.14 dirs in Your Prom pt: Better Than $cwd 4.15 External Commands Send Signals to Set Variables 4.16 Preprompt, Pre-execution, and Periodic Commands 4.17 Running Command s When You Log Out 4.18 Running Commands at Bourne/Korn Shell Logout 4.19 Stop Accidental Bourne-Shell Logouts; 5. Getting the Most out of Terminals, xterm, and X Window s 5.1 There's a Lot to Know About Terminals 5.2 The Idea of a Terminal Database 5.3 Setting; the Terminal Type When You Log In 5.4 Querying Your Terminal Type: qterm 5.5 Querying Your xterm. (Part Contents)
Responsibility: Shelley Powers, Jerry Peek, Tim O'Reilly [et autres].
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"Highly recommended." - Tony Houghton, Cvu, June 2003

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