Guide to Unix
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
This book is a guide to Unix and Unix-like operating systems, such as GNU/Linux and *BSD. Other systems like Mac OS X, Solaris, and OSF/Tru64 also belong in the list. The book targets multiple audiences: Unix or non-Unix users seeking background, Unix system users (background and user instructions), and Unix system administrators (background and administrator instructions).
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by Jerry Peek - O'Reilly
This book explains how to use, customize, and program with MH electronic mail commands, available on virtually any UNIX system. MH is notable for its flexibility: you'll be able to do things you never thought you could do with an email program.
by Dave Marshall - Cardiff School of Computer Science
This book introduces the fundamentals of Motif programming and addresses wider issues concerning the X Window system. This is a practical introduction to writing Motif programs. The key principles are always supported by example programs.
by IBM Redbooks - IBM
This is a study guide for professionals wishing to prepare for the certification exam to achieve: IBM Certified Specialist - AIX V4.3 System Administration. It helps AIX administrators develop the knowledge and skills required for the certification.
by Mendel Cooper - Lulu.com
This text progresses rapidly toward an advanced level of instruction, it is a textbook, self-study manual, reference and source of knowledge on UNIX shell scripting. The exercises and examples invite reader participation. Suitable for classroom use.