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Unix: The Book

by Mike Banahan

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Indeholder "Introduction", "Chapter 1. In the beginning", " 1.1. Preamble", " 1.2. Logging in", " 1.3. A simple command", " 1.4. The Shell", " 1.5. The Manual", " 1.6. The Terminal", " 1.7. Your Password", " 1.8. Questions", "Chapter 2. Files and Simple Commands", " 2.1. Files", " 2.1.1. What's in a Name?", " 2.2. The Filestore and Directories", " 2.3. Listing Directories", " 2.4. Creating and Changing Directories", " 2.5. Protecting your Privacy (Filestore Protection)", " 2.6. Standard Input/Output and Redirection", " 2.7. Removing Files and Directories", " 2.8. Moving Files About", " 2.9. Pipes and Filters", " 2.10. Running Commands in the Background", " Shell Programming", " 2.11. Filename Generation and Pattern Matching", " 2.12. Shell Variables", " 2.13. Shell Procedure - Command Files", " 2.13.1. Shell Procedure Arguments", " 2.14. Shell Programming: Control of Flow", " 2.14.1. For", " 2.14.2. Case", " 2.14.3. If-Else-Fi", " 2.14.4. While and Until", " 2.15. Summary", " 2.16.6 Questions", "Chapter 3. The Editor, Ed.", " 3.1. Some random thoughts", " 3.2. The UNIX Editor", " 3.3. Using the Editor Ed.", " 3.4. Starting Ed.", " 3.5. The append command", " 3.6. Some special addresses", " 3.7. Summary so far", " 3.8. The substitute command", " 3.9. Context Searching", " 3.10. The Change Command", " 3.11. The Move Command", " 3.12. The special characters", " 3.12.1. Carat (^)", " 3.12.2. Dollar ($)", " 3.12.3. Dot (.)", " 3.12.4. Star (*)", " 3.12.5. Open brace ([)", " 3.12.6. Ampersand (&)", " 3.13. G and V - the global commands", " 3.14. Conclusions", "Chapter 4. C", " 4.1. Introduction", " 4.2. Preliminary Notes", " 4.3. In the beginning", " 4.4. Strings", " 4.5. Data types", " 4.6. Variables and comment", " 4.7. Increment and decrement", " 4.8. Control of flow", " 4.8.1. The for statement", " 4.8.2. The while statement", " 4.8.3. The do statement", " 4.8.4. Continue and Break", " 4.8.5. The if statement", " 4.8.6. The switch statement", " 4.9. Expressions", " 4.9.1. Relational expressions", " 4.9.2. Bitwise operators", " 4.9.3. Logical connectives", " 4.10. Assignments", " 4.10.1. Assignments themselves", " 4.10.2. Value of assignments", " 4.10.3. Constants", " 4.11. Data structures", " 4.11.1. Arrays", " 4.11.2. Structures", " 4.12. Pointers", " 4.12.1. Using pointers", " 4.13. Functions", " 4.13.1. Declaring functions", " 4.13.2. Arguments to C programs", " 4.13.3. What's in an argument", " 4.14. The Standard I/O", " 4.14.1. Reading and Writing", " 4.14.2. Opening and closing files", " 4.15. The end!", "Chapter 5. The UNIX Filestore", " 5.1. Directories", " 5.2. Pathnames", " 5.3. I-nodes", " 5.4. File System Structure", " 5.5. Special Files", " 5.6. Protection", " 5.7. Multi-Volume File Systems", " 5.8. File Size and Locking", " 5.9. Questions", "Chapter 6. Software Tools", " 6.1. What is a Software Tool?", " 6.2. Filters", " 6.3. The toolkit", " 6.4. Pr", " 6.5. Command names", " 6.6. Grep and friends", " 6.7. Sort", " 6.8. Awk", " 6.9. Make", " 6.10. Conclusion", "Chapter 7. Text Preparation", " 7.1. Simple Text", " 7.2. Using the Formatter", " 7.2.1. Introduction to Formatting", " 7.2.2. Formatting Terminology", " 7.3. Commands", " 7.3.1. Generating Breaks", " 7.3.2. Some Examples", " 7.3.3. Page Size Alterations", " 7.4. Macros", " 7.4.1. What is a Macro?", " 7.4.2. Macro Packages", " 7.4.3. Including Other Source Files", " 7.4.4. Simple Macro Examples", " 7.4.5. Macros with arguments", " 7.4.6. Escape characters, the dreaded backslash", " 7.5. Page Titles", " 7.5.1. 'Planting' Title Macros", " 7.5.2. Example Title Macros", " 7.6. Additional Features", " 7.6.1. Number Registers", " 7.6.2. String Variables", " 7.6.3. Diversions", " 7.6.3.1. Diverting Formatted Text", " 7.6.3.2. Transparent Lines", " 7.6.4. Conditional Input", " 7.7. Hints on Writing Macros", " 7.8. Conclusions", "Chapter 8. The Process Environment", " 8.1. Waffle", " 8.2. Running a program", " 8.3. Not done by mirrors", " 8.3.1. An example of fork", " 8.3.2. Errors in system calls", " 8.4. Personal belongings", " 8.4.1. Inherited files", " 8.4.2. User and Group ID", " 8.5. Loose ends", " 8.5.1. Current directory", " 8.5.2. User mask", " 8.6. Execute", " 8.7. Signals", " 8.8. I/O", " 8.8.1. Open, Close and Creat", " 8.8.2. Reading and writing", " 8.8.3. ioctl", " 8.9. Summary", "Chapter 9. Libraries", " 9.1. The Preprocessor", " 9.1.1. Token Replacement and Macro Substitution", " 9.1.2. Conditional Compilation", " 9.1.3. File Inclusion", " 9.2. The Loader", " 9.3. Standard I/O", " 9.4. Math Functions", " 9.5. Miscellany (Section 3 of the manual)", " 9.6. Special Libraries", " 9.6.1. Multiple Precision Arithmetic", " 9.6.2. Graphics Interface Routines", " 9.7 The Archiver", "Chapter 10. Maintenance", " 10.1. Introduction", " 10.2. Starting and stopping UNIX", " 10.2.1. Starting UNIX", " 10.2.2. Init", " 10.2.3. Stopping UNIX", " 10.3. The ttys file and getty", " 10.3.1. The process group", " 10.3.2. Excuses", " 10.4. Checking the filestore", " 10.4.1. Icheck and Dcheck", " 10.4.2. Building an empty filesystem", " 10.5. Backup", " 10.5.1. Dump", " 10.5.2. Restor", " 10.5.3. Summary of backup", " 10.6. Special files", " 10.6.1. General features of special files", " 10.6.2. Mount", " 10.7. Housekeeping", " 10.7.1. Lpr", " 10.8. New users", "Appendix A. General Commands", "Appendix B. The Editor", "Appendix C. Shell Syntax", " C.1. Input-Output Redirection", " C.2. Background Commands", " C.3. Pipelines", " C.4. Filename Generation (Pattern Matching)", " C.5. Quoting", " C.6. Shell Procedures", " C.7. Shell Parameters", " C.8. Here Documents", " C.9. Shell Variables", " C.10. Control of Flow", "Appendix D. Standard Libraries", " D.1. Obsolete System Calls", " D.2. Multiplex Files", " D.3. Standard I/O", " D.3.1. Open a stream", " D.3.2. Get stream status information", " D.3.3. I/O on a stream", " D.3.4. Formatted I/O", " D.4. Math Functions", " D.4.1. Bessel functions", " D.4.2. Trigonometric functions", " D.4.3. Hyperbolic functions", " D.4.4. Euclidean distance functions", " D.4.5. Miscellaneous", " D.5. Miscellany", " D.6. Special Libraries", " D.6.1. Multiple Precision Arithmetic", " D.6.2. Graphics Interface Routines", "Appendix E. System Calls", "Appendix F. The ovp program", "Answers to questions", "References", "Index".

Ret forældet introduktion til at bruge Unix. Men der er da stadig noget indledende stof, som det kan være sjovt at bladre i. ( )
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