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Learn System Administration topics such as managing users and groups, quotas, security, heterogeneous connectivity issues, and disaster recovery.
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It is commonly referred to as the Lions Book.
You can use Unix commands to change the contents of directories as well. For example, you can delete files using the rm command. This can sometimes be faster than using the Trash. Once in a while, you might not be able to use the Trash to get rid of a file; you can often use the Unix commands to accomplish the task when other means fail. Some Unix applications provide manual pages using the help argument. For example, perl-help brings up information about the perl application.
Learn System Administration topics such as managing users and groups, quotas, security, heterogeneous connectivity issues, and disaster recovery. The book also allows you to become familiar with troubleshooting techniques, such as how to use various tools to test the security of your system, and diagnosing problems with your network.
The authors focus mostly on the freeware version of Red Hat Linux ., though Caldera OpenLinux . and other popular distributions also receive attention.
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The book has been revised to reflect the changes in the FCE exam. There s a variety of exercise types leading up to exam practice for the FCE, ECCE and State (KPG) exams.
Chapter 9, Unix: Working the Command Line, are 16 pages of the basics of Unix. It covers the basics, and has references to useful Unix reference material but it provides no in-depth coverage of the dank underbelly of the OS X beast. So, this may be the best reference book so far for the Mac expert who wants all the info on OS X, but wants none of that steenking Unixy stuff diluting the pure Macintosh experience.
V7, released in 1979, was the last Bell Laboratories release to see widespread distribution before the commercialization of Unix by AT&T Corporation in the early 1980s. V7 was originally developed for Digital Equipment Corporation's PDP-11 minicomputers and was later ported to other platforms.