[CoLoCo] Any good UNIX books?
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Fri Sep 26 15:19:25 BST 2008
I have "Unix in a nutshell: A desktop reference cover GNU/Linux, Mac OS X
and Solaris" (4th edition) from OReilly and actually use it more than I
expected I would. I primarily use the book as a reference for Unix, Linux,
Mac OS X and Solaris commands but it has other good sections on Bash/Korn,
pattern matching, make, package management, Awk/Sed, CVS and more. Like the
subtitle says the book is more of a reference guide than a book that you
would read cover to cover so I definitely would recommend it as a
supplementary book to those that you are looking at below
Here is the Amazon link -
On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 5:07 PM, Jim Hutchinson <jim at ubuntu-rocks.org>wrote:
> Sorry for another mac related question. I'm not jumping ship but I use a
> mac at work now and want to learn more. I was looking at some books relating
> to UNIX for mac users and the like. They seem either too focused on UNIX
> users or too focused on basic CLI. Neither of those helps me much. I'm semi
> CLI literate but have zero experience with UNIX except for what is the same
> or similar to Linux. Here are a couple books I've considered. Any thoughts
> or maybe a better suggestion? I like the O'Reilly books but the first one
> below seems a nice all around book but maybe a bit light on the UNIX side of
> Thanks for any input.
> Jim (Ubuntu geek extraordinaire)
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