A Beginners Guide To Unix

A Beginners Guide To Unix

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Publisher PHI Learning All Computer Science books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120337862
Author: N. P. Gopalan, B. Sivaselvan
Number of Pages 288
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A Beginners Guide To Unix by N. P. Gopalan, B. Sivaselvan
Book Summary:

Operating system (OS) forms the interface between an end user and a system hardware. UNIX as an operating system remains the actual cost-free and user-friendly system hardware with regard to programming features. This text provides, in an easy-to-understand language, an in-depth analysis of various UNIX features supported as commands, highlighting their uniqueness and advantages in relation to Windows OS.

The text begins with a brief account of what an operating system is. Then it goes to give the various general purpose UNIX commands and emergency commands with the command syntax. Besides, the text explores files and processes, the major building blocks of UNIX OS, their security features, and system calls. UNIX shell programming, vi editor––one of the powerful editors supported by UNIX OS––and communicating features and their commands are also dealt with at length. The book concludes with a discussion on file transfer, UNIX filters, PERL manipulation, administrator and networking commands.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for CSE & IT Engineering Student
Table of Contents:


1. Introduction to Operating System

2. Encounter with UNIX Commands

3. General Purpose Commands

4. The UNIX Files System

5. UNIX Files Continued

6. UNIX Files: Security Features

7. The VI (vi) Editor

8. UNIX Shell

9. UNIX Processes

10. Setting Up the Workspace and Environment

11. Communication Features of UNIX

12. UNIX Files: Advanced Features

13. UNIX Filters

14. The grep and sed filters in UNIX

15. The Shell Programming in UNIX

16. UNIX Administrators Commands

17. UNIX Networking Commands 

18. The AWK Filters

19. PERL Manipulation

20. Advanced Features and Commands with vi Editor

21. UNIX Files Related System Calls

22. UNIX Process Related System Calls

23. Appendix