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|Learning the Unix Operating System (Nutshell Handbook)|
by Jerry D. Peek, Grace Todino, John Strang
Published by O'Reilly who made their reputation on Unix books, this introduction gives you all the overview you need to get started learning Unix. Required for Introduction to Unix course.
|Learning the VI Editor|
by Linda Lamb, Arnold Robbins
Solid introduction to the only text editor you will ever need to know.
|Unix in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference for SVR4 and Solaris 7|
Another excellent tome from O'Reilly on Unix; this one gives over 500 pages on everything you want to know about Unix commands.
|Learning the Bash Shell (Nutshell Handbooks)|
by Cameron Newham, Bill Rosenblatt
This is for when you want to start writing Unix scripts in the Bourne-again shell (bash shell).
|Learning the Korn Shell (A Nutshell Handbook)|
by Bill Rosenblatt, Mike Loukides (Editor)
More instruction on scripting, this time with the crispy and delicious Korn shell.
|Sed & Awk (Nutshell Handbook)|
by Dale Dougherty, Arnold Robbins
Exciting presentation of the most interesting text filters in Unix, sed and awk. This one will keep you up all night.
|What You Need to Know When You Can't Find Your Unix System Administrator|
by Linda Mui
Find the Unix system administrator? Never.
|UNIX Power Tools|
by Jerry D. Peek, Tim O'Reilly, Mike Loukides
More than a thousand pages and two CD's of pure Unix tips, tricks, freeware, and practical advice on almost every aspect of Unix.
|The UNIX CD Bookshelf (w/ CD-ROM)|
by O'Reilly, Associates Inc.
A gargantuan collection of Unix information on CDs: In addition to UNIX Power Tools, you'll find the complete text of: Learning the UNIX Operating System, Learning the vi Editor, sed & awk, Learning the Korn Shell, and UNIX in a Nutshell, System V Edition.
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