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Sobell M.G., Seebach P. — A Practical Guide to UNIX® for Mac OS® X Users
Sobell M.G., Seebach P. — A Practical Guide to UNIX® for Mac OS® X Users

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Название: A Practical Guide to UNIX® for Mac OS® X Users

Авторы: Sobell M.G., Seebach P.


Beneath Mac OS® X's stunning graphical user interface (GUI) is the most powerful operating system ever created: UNIX®. With unmatched clarity and insight, this book explains UNIX for the Mac OS X usergiving you total control over your system, so you can get more done, faster. Building on Mark Sobell's highly praised A Practical Guide to the UNIX System, it delivers comprehensive guidance on the UNIX command line tools every user, administrator, and developer needs to mastertogether with the world's best day-to-day UNIX reference.
This book is packed with hundreds of high-quality examples. From networking and system utilities to shells and programming, this is UNIX from the ground upboth the "whys" and the "hows"for every Mac user. You'll understand the relationships between GUI tools and their command line counterparts. Need instant answers? Don't bother with confusing online "manual pages": rely on this book's example-rich, quick-access, 236-page command reference!

Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2005

Количество страниц: 1056

Добавлена в каталог: 23.04.2006

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! Boolean operator      2nd 3rd 4th
! variable      
!! to reexecute the previous event      
!$ last word of the previous event      
# comment      2nd
# prompt      
# variable      
#! to choose a script shell      
#define C preprocessor directive      
#include C preprocessor directive      
$ in regular expressions      
$ in variable name      
$! variable      
$# variable      2nd 3rd
$#argv variable      
$$ variable      2nd 3rd 4th
$(...)      [See Command; substitution]
$* variable      2nd
$, use with variables      
$0 variable      
$< variable      
$? variable      2nd
$@ variable      2nd
${}, expand variable      
% job & builtin
% job builtin      
% job number      2nd
& background      2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
& background process
& bitwise operator      2nd
& Boolean operator
& in replacement string      2nd
&& Boolean operator      2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
' ...'      [See Command; substitution]
((...))      [See Arithmetic; evaluation]
() command grouping      
() in shell functions      
* in regular expressions      
* special character      
*/C comment      
+ in full regular expressions      
. (dot) builtin      2nd 3rd 4th
. directory      2nd
. in regular expressions      
.. directory      2nd
./ to execute a file in the working directory      2nd 3rd
.a filename extension      2nd 3rd
.app filename extension      
.bashrc file      2nd 3rd
.bash_history file      
.bash_login file      
.bash_logout file      
.bash_profile file      2nd 3rd
.bmp filename extension      
.bz2 filename extension      2nd 3rd
.C filename extension      2nd
.c++ filename extension      
.cc filename extension      2nd
.conf filename extension      
.cpp filename extension      
.cshrc file      2nd
.cxx filename extension      2nd
.dmg filename extension      2nd
.emacs file      2nd 3rd 4th
.gif filename extension      
.gz filename extension      2nd
.h filename extension      2nd
.history file      2nd
.html filename extension      
.i filename extension      2nd
.ii filename extension      2nd
.inputrc file      
.jpeg filename extension      2nd
.jpg filename extension      2nd
.l filename extension      
.local filename extension      
.login file      2nd 3rd
.logout file      2nd
.m filename extension      
.netrc file      
.nofinger file      
.o filename extension      2nd 3rd 4th 5th
.pdf filename extension      
.pkg filename extension      
.plan file      2nd
.plist filename extension      
.profile file      2nd
.project file      2nd
.ps filename extension      
.rhosts file      2nd 3rd 4th
.S filename extension      
.sh filename extension      
.so filename extension      2nd
.tar.bz2 filename extension      2nd
.tar.gz filename extension      2nd
.tar.Z filename extension      2nd
.tbz filename extension      
.tbz2 filename extension      
.tcshrc file      2nd
.tgz filename extension      
.tif filename extension      
.tiff filename extension      2nd
.txt filename extension      2nd
.tz filename extension      
.vimrc file      2nd
.y filename extension      
.Z filename extension      2nd
/ directory (root)      2nd
/* C comment      
/Applications directory      
/bin directory      
/cores directory      
/dev,      2nd
/dev, kmem file      
/dev, null file      2nd 3rd 4th
/dev, random file      
/dev, special files      
/dev, tty file      
/dev, zero file      
/etc, bashrc file      2nd
/etc, crontab file      
/etc, csh.cshrc file      
/etc, csh.login file      
/etc, csh.logout file      
/etc, cshrc file      
/etc, daily file      
/etc, daily.local file      
/etc, group file      2nd 3rd
/etc, hostconfig file      
/etc, hosts file      2nd
/etc, hosts.allow file      
/etc, hosts.deny file      
/etc, hosts.equiv file      2nd 3rd 4th
/etc, inittab file      
/etc, login file      
/etc, lookupd file      
/etc, mach_init.d file      
/etc, monthly file      
/etc, motd file      2nd
/etc, nologin.txt file      
/etc, ntp.conf file      
/etc, pam.conf file      
/etc, pam.d directory      2nd 3rd 4th
/etc, passwd file      
/etc, printcap file      2nd
/etc, profile file      2nd 3rd 4th
/etc, protocols file      
/etc, rc file      
/etc, rc.local file      
/etc, rc.netboot file      
/etc, rpc file      2nd
/etc, securetty file      
/etc, services file      2nd 3rd
/etc, shells file      
/etc, sudoers file      
/etc, syslog.conf file      
/etc, termcap file      
/etc, weekly file      
/etc, xinetd.conf file      
/Library directory      
/private, etc directory      
/private, tmp directory      
/private, var directory      
/sbin directory      
/System directory      
/System/Library directory      
/tmp directory      2nd 3rd
/Users directory      
/usr, bin      
/usr, include      
/usr, include, C preprocessor      
/usr, lib      2nd
/usr, lib, cc      
/usr, lib, shared libraries      
/usr, sbin      
/usr, sbin, daemons      
/usr, share      
/usr, share, doc directory      
/usr, share, file: magic file      2nd
/usr, share, info directory      
/usr, share, terminfo directory      
/usr, X11R6      2nd
/var, at      
/var, at, jobs directory      
/var, at, spool directory      
/var, cron      
/var, cron, allow file      
/var, cron, deny file      
/var, cron, tabs file      
/var, log      2nd
/var, log, lastlog file      
/var, log, secure.log file      2nd
/var, log, system.log file      2nd 3rd
/var, log, wtmp file      
/var, mail directory      
/var, root directory      
/var, spool directory      2nd
/Volumes directory      
100BaseT cable      
10Base2 cable      
10Base5 cable      
10BaseT cable      
169.254 address      
1> redirect standard output      
2> redirect standard error      
: (null) builtin      2nd 3rd 4th
:= assign default value      
:= substitute default value      
:? display error message      
; command separator      
< redirect standard input      2nd 3rd
<& duplicate input file descriptor
<0 redirect standard input      
<< here document      2nd
> redirect standard output      2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
>& duplicate output file descriptor      2nd
>& redirect standard output and standard error
>> append standard output      2nd 3rd
? in full regular expressions      
? special character      
@ builtin      2nd 3rd 4th
@ in a network address      2nd
@ variable      
@ vim      
@ with mail      
a Boolean operator      2nd 3rd
a filename extension      2nd 3rd
a.out file      2nd
Abort execution      
Absolute pathname      2nd 3rd 4th
Access Control List      [See ACL]
Access permission      
Access permission, about      
Access permission, change using chmod      
Access permission, chmod      
Access permission, defined      2nd
Access permission, description of      
Access permission, directory      
Access permission, display using ls      
Access permission, execute      2nd
Access permission, group      
Access permission, other      
Access permission, owner      
Access permission, read      
Access permission, write      
ACL      2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Active window      
add command (cvs)      
addbanner shell script      
Address, IP      
Address, IP, class      
Address, IP, representation      
Address, MAC      
Address, mask      2nd
Address, network      2nd
Address, space, private      
admin group      
Administrator, system      [See System; administrator]
alias builtin      2nd 3rd
Alias, bash      
Alias, defined      
Alias, double versus single quotation marks      
Alias, quotation marks      
Alias, recursion      
Alias, recursive plunge      
Alias, single versus double quotation marks      
Alias, special      
alloc builtin      
allow file      
Alphanumeric character      
Alt key      
Ambiguous file reference      2nd
American National Standards Institute      
AND bitwise operator      2nd
AND Boolean operator      2nd
Andreessen, Marc      
Angle bracket      
Anonymous ftp      2nd
ANSI C      
ansi terminal name      
Answers to questions, finding      
Anti-aliasing      2nd
API      2nd
app filename extension      
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