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Symbols #!, 4-13, 5-16 @, 5-28 [[ ]], 4-13 A admin, 17-7 alias, 4-14, 5-16 apropos, 2-2 ar, 2-2 as, 2-3 at, 2-3 atq, 2-4 atrm, 2-5 autoload, 4-14 awk, 2-5, 11-2 B banner, 2-5 basename, 2-5 batch, 2-6 bc, 2-6 bdiff, 2-9 bfs, 2-9 bg, 4-15, 5-17 break, 4-15, 5-17 breaksw, 5-17 C cal, 2-10 calendar, 2-10 cancel, 2-10 case, 4-15, 5-17 cat, 2-10 cb, 2-11 cc, 2-11 cd, 4-16, 5-17 cdc, 17-8 cflow, 2-14 chdir, 5-17 chgrp, 2-14 chkey, 2-15 chmod, 2-15 chown, 2-16 ci, 18-7 clear, 2-17 cmp, 2-17 co, 18-9 cof2elf, 2-17 col, 2-17 comb, 17-8 comm, 2-18 compress, 2-18 continue, 4-16, 5-17 cp, 2-19 cpio, 2-19 crontab, 2-21 crypt, 2-22 cscope, 2-22 csh, 5-29 csplit, 2-23 ctags, 2-24 ctrace, 2-25 cu, 2-25 cut, 2-27 cxref, 2-28 D date, 2-28 dbx, 2-30, 20-5 dc, 2-31 dd, 2-31 default, 5-17 delta, 17-9 deroff, 2-33 df, 2-33 diff, 2-34 diff3, 2-35 diffmk, 2-35 dircmp, 2-36 dirname, 2-36 dirs, 5-18 dis, 2-36 do, 4-16 done, 4-16 download, 2-37 dpost, 2-37 du, 2-38 E echo, 2-39, 4-16, 5-18 ed, 2-39 edit, 2-39 egrep, 2-40 emacs, 7-1 end, 5-18 endif, 5-18 env, 2-40 eqn, 16-6 esac, 4-17 eval, 4-17, 5-18 ex, 2-41, 9-2 exec, 4-17, 5-19 exit, 4-17, 5-19 export, 4-18 expr, 2-41 exstr, 2-43 F face, 2-45 factor, 2-46 false, 2-46, 4-18 fc, 4-18 fg, 4-19, 5-19 fgrep, 2-46 fi, 4-19 file, 2-46 find, 2-47 finger, 2-50 fmli, 2-50 fmt, 2-51 fmtmsg, 2-51 fold, 2-52 for, 4-19 foreach, 5-19 ftp, 2-52 function, 4-19 G gawk, 11-2 gcore, 2-52 gencat, 2-52 get, 17-9 getopts, 4-20 gettxt, 2-53 glob, 5-20 gmacs, 7-1 goto, 5-20 gprof, 2-53 grep, 2-54 groups, 2-54 H hash, 4-20 hashstat, 5-20 head, 2-54 help, 17-10 history, 4-20, 5-20 hostid, 2-55 hostname, 2-55 I iconv, 2-55 id, 2-55 ident, 18-10 if, 4-20, 5-20 install, 2-55 integer, 4-21 ipcrm, 2-56 ipcs, 2-56 ismpx, 2-57 J jobs, 4-21, 5-21 join, 2-57 jsh, 2-58, 4-33 jterm, 2-58 jwin, 2-58 K keylogin, 2-58 keylogout, 2-58 kill, 2-58, 4-21, 5-21 ksh, 4-33 L layers, 2-59 ld, 2-59 ldd, 2-61 let, 4-22 lex, 2-61 limit, 5-22 line, 2-61 lint, 2-61 ln, 2-62 login, 2-63, 5-22 logname, 2-63 logout, 5-22 lorder, 2-63 lp, 2-63 lpq, 2-65 lpr, 2-65 lprm, 2-65 lprof, 2-65 lpstat, 2-66 lptest, 2-67 ls, 2-67 M m4, 2-68 mail, 2-69 mailalias, 2-69 mailx, 2-69 make, 2-70, 19-2 makekey, 2-71 man, 2-71 mcs, 2-72 merge, 18-10 mesg, 2-72 mkdir, 2-73 mkmsgs, 2-73 more, 2-73 mv, 2-74 N nawk, 2-75, 11-2 neqn, 16-6 newform, 2-75 newgrp, 2-76, 4-22 news, 2-76 nice, 2-76, 5-23 nl, 2-76 nm, 2-77 nohup, 2-78, 4-22, 5-23 notify, 2-78, 5-23 nroff, 12-2 O od, 2-78 onintr, 5-23 openwin, 2-79 P pack, 2-83 page, 2-83 passwd, 2-83 paste, 2-84 pcat, 2-85 pg, 2-85 pic, 16-10 popd, 5-24 pr, 2-85 print, 4-23 printenv, 2-86 printf, 2-86 prof, 2-87 prs, 17-11 ps, 2-87 ptx, 2-88 pushd, 5-24 pwd, 2-89, 4-23 R r, 4-23 rcp, 2-89 rcs, 18-11 rcsclean, 18-13 rcsdiff, 18-13 rcsfreeze, 18-14 rcsmerge, 18-14 read, 4-23 readonly, 4-24 red, 2-90 regcmp, 2-90 rehash, 5-24 relogin, 2-90 repeat, 5-24 reset, 2-90 return, 4-24 rksh, 2-90, 4-34 rlog, 18-15 rlogin, 2-90 rm, 2-91 rmdel, 17-11 rmdir, 2-91 rsh, 2-91, 2-92, 4-34 ruptime, 2-92 rwho, 2-92 S sact, 17-11 sccs, 17-13 sccsdiff, 17-12 script, 2-93 sdb, 2-93, 20-2 sdiff, 2-93 sed, 2-94, 10-2 select, 4-24 set, 4-25, 5-25 setenv, 5-25 sh, 4-33 shift, 4-26, 5-25 shl, 2-94 shutdown, 2-95 size, 2-95 sleep, 2-95 soelim, 2-96 sort, 2-96 source, 5-26 spell, 2-97 split, 2-97 srchtxt, 2-98 stop, 4-27, 5-26 strings, 2-98 strip, 2-98 stty, 2-99 su, 2-102 sum, 2-103 suspend, 4-27, 5-26 switch, 5-26 T tabs, 2-103 tail, 2-103 talk, 2-104 tar, 2-104 tbl, 16-2 tee, 2-106 telnet, 2-106 test, 2-106, 4-27 time, 2-106, 4-29, 5-27 times, 4-29 timex, 2-106 touch, 2-107 tput, 2-107 tr, 2-108 trap, 4-29 troff, 12-2 true, 2-108 truss, 2-108 tset, 2-110 tsort, 2-111 tty, 2-111 type, 4-30 typeset, 4-30 U ulimit, 4-31 umask, 2-111, 4-31, 5-27 unalias, 4-32, 5-27 uname, 2-112 uncompress, 2-112 unget, 17-12 unhash, 5-27 uniq, 2-112 units, 2-113 unlimit, 5-27 unpack, 2-113 unset, 4-32, 5-27 unsetenv, 5-27 until, 4-32 uptime, 2-113 users, 2-113 uucp, 2-113 uudecode, 2-114 uuencode, 2-114 uuglist, 2-115 uulog, 2-115 uuname, 2-115 uupick, 2-115 uustat, 2-116 uuto, 2-116 uux, 2-117 V vacation, 2-117 val, 17-12 vc, 2-117 vedit, 2-118 vi, 2-118, 8-2 view, 2-118 W w, 2-118 wait, 2-119, 4-32, 5-27 wall, 2-119 wc, 2-119 what, 17-12 whatis, 2-119 whence, 4-32 which, 2-120 while, 4-32, 5-27 who, 2-120 whoami, 2-121 whois, 2-121 write, 2-121 X xargs, 2-121 Y yacc, 2-122 Z zcat, 2-122 END

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9781565920019
Subtitle:
A Desktop Quick Reference for System V Release 4 and Solaris 2.0
Editor:
Loukides, Mike
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Gilly, Daniel
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Inc., O'Reilly Media
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O'Reilly Media
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Sebastopol, CA
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Technology
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Computers and computer technology
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Operating Systems - UNIX
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Operating systems (computers)
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Computers
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Unix (computer operating system)
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Operating systems
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Utilities (Computer programs)
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Unix (Operating system).
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UNIX System V
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Solaris
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Books; Computers & Internet; Platforms; Operating Systems; Unix; General
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Computer Books And Software
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Computer Bks - Operating Systems
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Books; Computers & Internet; Networking & OS; Operating Systems; Unix; General
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Books; Computers & Internet; Networking & OS; Operating Systems; Unix; Shell
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Books; Computers & Internet; Graphics & Software; Word Processers & Editors; VI
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UNIX System V (Computer file)
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Release 3;Release 4;Solaris 2.0;System V;Unix
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2nd ed.
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Trade Paper
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In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)
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87
Publication Date:
19920608
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Paperback
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English
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Yes
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444
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Not a scaled-down quick-reference of common commands, UNIX in a Nutshell is a complete reference containing all commands and options, along with generous descriptions and examples that put the commands in context. For all but the thorniest UNIX problems, this one reference should be all the documentation needed. Covers System V Releases 3 and 4 and Solaris 2.0.
"Synopsis" by , You may have seen UNIX quick-reference guides, but you've never seen anything like "UNIX in a Nutshell. Not a scaled-down quick reference of common commands, "UNIX in a Nutshell is a complete reference containing all commands and options, along with generous descriptions and examples that put the commands in context. For all but the thorniest UNIX problems, this one reference should be all the documentation you need. The second edition of "UNIX in a Nutshell thoroughly covers System V Release 3, including commands that were added to Release 4 and additional commands that were added to Solaris 2.0. If you currently use either SVR3 or SVR4 or are planning to in the future, or if you're a Sun user facing the transition to Solaris, you'll want this book. "UNIX in a Nutshell is the most comprehensive quickref on the market, a must for any UNIX user.
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