"If you are new to UNIX, this introduction will tell you just what you need to get started." "Topics covered include: logging in and logging out, window systems (especially X/Motif), managing UNIX files and directories, sending and receiving mail, redirecting input/output, pipes and filters, background processing, and basic network commands. This new edition has been updated and expanded to include coverage of Linux, which has emerged as a very popular version of UNIX."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)
1986: First Edition. Written by Grace Todino and John Strang. 1987: Second Edition. Revised by Tim O'Reilly. August 1993: Third Edition. Additions and revisions by Jerry Peek. January 1998: Fourth Edition. Additions and revisions by Jerry Peek.