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Unix Programming Environment (Prentice-Hall Software Series) (original 1984; edition 1984)

by Brian W. Kernighan, Rob Pike

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Designed for first-time and experienced users, this book describes the UNIX® programming environment and philosophy in detail. Readers will gain an understanding not only of how to use the system, its components, and the programs, but also how these fit into the total environment.
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Title:Unix Programming Environment (Prentice-Hall Software Series)
Authors:Brian W. Kernighan
Other authors:Rob Pike
Info:Prentice Hall (1984), Paperback, 357 pages
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  ShareArchiver | Apr 10, 2018 |
Before there was bash, before Ruby or PHP or Python or Perl, before X Windows, there was The Shell. ( )
  jrep | Dec 22, 2010 |
This book, as well as "The C Programming Language" by Kernighan and Ritchie are the bibles of Unix and C programming, in my opinion. These are from the command line days, but they are still timeless reading. Highly recommended. ( )
1 vote rdai | Mar 26, 2009 |
Still a great book even after all these years. Chapters 1-5 should be read by all UNIX and Linux users. The rest of the book is useful for UNIX developers.

Just don't expect it to explain how to use X/KDE/Gnome etc. ( )
1 vote alecclews | Jun 17, 2008 |
This is one of the best technical books I've ever read. In a strange way it's still the best introduction to Linux, even though there are many outdated details. After all, _all_ technical are full of outdated details -- but it's the rare book indeed that can rise above implementation and express an entire philosophy of development concisely and readably. ( )
  snifty | Jul 29, 2006 |
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