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Unix Unbounded: A Beginning Approach [Paperback]

Amir Afzal
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February 1995
This text was written in response to a lack of treatment in this area. It is composed in a tutorial style. The author covers operating system concepts in general and then leads into UNIX and the UNIX environment. Each chapter begins with a general explanation of concepts and topics, and ends with questions and a review section. Hands-on exercises are included whenever appropriate.

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This tutorial covers the necessary topics for the UNIX user to function independently and perform most of the everyday, routine tasks, and develops a firm foundation for exploring more advanced topics. Content is presented in clear, concise, visually- supported segments, with UNIX screen simulations and step-by-step practice examples. Includes a reference section for specific commands at the end of each chapter, and a comprehensive tabulated reference guide at the end of the book. The UNIX Operating System. Getting Started. The vi Editor: First Look. Introduction To The UNIX File System. The vi Editor: Last Look. The UNIX File System Continued. Exploring the Shell. UNIX Communication. Program Development. Shell Programming. Shell Scripts: Writing Applications. Farewell to UNIX. For anyone who wants an accessible, hands-on tutorial on the UNIX Operating System. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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1.0 out of 5 stars It was very hard for a beginer to understand. June 16 1999
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Format:Paperback
I read it for a Unix class in college and I thought not only was the book not put in a format that beginers would not be easily able to grasp, but there were alot of mistakes and editing errors. Some of the examples were wrong (for the ones that had examples)and some of the numbered lists were put in the wrong order. Also it jumps around alot. I think they could have put it together better. Such as the vi editor and the file management. Why not put the chapters that pertain to vi together and the same for file management. There was a small paragraph on file management at the end of a command chapter.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great student book for beginner Sept. 23 2002
Format:Paperback
Yes it has some typos, but get real, some of these reviews are ridiculous.
This is a great Book to learn UNIX, even the best I'd say.
It really starts from scratch and even gets into some Shell programming and scripts. I was impressed with the content, and being a Programmer analyst I will say it is an excellent book for those people starting out. I also like the Oreilly UNIX in a nutshell for a good reference.
IF those Unix "gurus" complaining could just shed some light on what is the best book then??? typical
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1.0 out of 5 stars UNIX Unbounded: A Beginning Approach March 11 2000
Format:Paperback
Frustrating and exhausting reading. If you want to decipher the author's poor English, inconsistencies, incomplete examples and incorrect examples, then have at it. Seems like an attempted translation into English. Totally worthless for technical training. Author's good intention to provide tutorial sessions failed miserably with typos and syntax errors. If your professor is using this so-called textbook: Buy Another Unix Textbook. You'll be better off. Waste of my time and $.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Too Many Typos Aug. 26 2000
Format:Paperback
Overall a good introduction to the Unix Operating System, but the typographical errors are unforgiveable. The command line orientation of Unix is cumbersome enough without mistyped examples. Potentially frustrating for first time users, this book is in dire need of revision.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A very good textbook for UNIX biginners. Dec 29 2001
Format:Paperback
I think this is a very good textbook for UNIX beginners. It is very easy to understand.
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