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Unix: The Complete Reference

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© May 2001 Tony Lawrence

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Well, of course it really isn't the "Complete Reference". Even at 1300 pages, you can't really do that, especially when you are trying to cover Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX. Nevertheless, this book makes a valiant effort, and at least briefly touches upon everything you probably need to know. This would probably be a good starting point for a Windows oriented person who suddenly finds themselves responsible for Unix machines.

A companion web site is not found where the book says it is, but can be found at http://www.osborne.com/programming_webdev/007211892X/007211892X_url.shtml


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