Unix for Mac : Your visual blueprint to maximizing the foundation of Mac OS X

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Sandra Henry-Stocker / Kynn Bartlett, «Unix for Mac : Your visual blueprint to maximizing the foundation of Mac OS X»
Visual | ISBN 076453730X | (March 7, 2003) | PDF | 17,3 Mb | 352 pages




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Book Description:

* Mac OS X combines the Unix power developers need with Mac's ease of use, offering a unique combination of technical elements with enhanced performance, compatibility, and usability
* Shows readers how to use the Terminal application and the command interface, and explores the many Unix applications using step-by-step screen shots
* Readers will learn how to manage, create, edit, and transfer files; configure the Unix environment; navigate permissions, directories and files; run Unix utilities; and configure and run the Apache Web server


Book Info:

Guide to using Unix for Mac OS X. Includes step-by-step screen shots demonstrating more than 160 key Unix tasks, including: using the terminal application; navigating the file system; working with pico, vi, and emacs text editors; customizing the shell; writing shell scripts; and sharing files between computers. Softcover.

From the Back Cover
Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you’ll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 160 key Unix tasks you can do on Mac OS X, including:

* Using the terminal application
* Navigating the file system
* Working with pico, vi, and emacs text editors
* Customizing the shell
* Writing shell scripts
* Sharing files between computers
* Using system administration commands
* Installing and using Internet applications
* Running the X Window System
* Developing new Unix applications

Productivity tools and much more on CD-ROM! {NOT INCLUDED IN DOWNLOAD}

* OpenOffice.org, a free office productivity software suite
* Gimp, a GNU image manipulation program
* XFree86 to run X Window System applications
* Plus a searchable e-version of the book