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Beginning Modern Unix (Free PDF)

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What is Unix? It’s an evolving question that is as old as the Unix operating system itself. In the beginning, there was a clear answer—Unix was what AT&T, its creator, shipped to customers and developers beginning around 1970. Its chief architects then were Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie.

One of the participating developers was the University of California, Berkeley. Early into its Unix journey, UCB introduced a number of fundamental improvements, which were made available open source to the rest of the world as BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution) Unix.

About the Author
About the Technical Reviewer
Part 1: Preparing for Part I
Chapter 1: Editing Text with Vim and Joe
Chapter 2: Essential Unix Commands and Terminology
Chapter 3: Bourne Shell Sc
Part 2: Preparing for Part II
Chapter 4: PC Hardware for Unix
Chapter 5: Installing and Configuring FreeBSD/Linux
Chapter 6: Basic System Administration
Chapter 7: The Best of the Graphical Unix
Chapter 8: Emulation Layers: Wine and Linuxulator
Chapter 9: Virtualization: The New Buzzword
Part 3: Preparing for Part III
Chapter 10: Advanced Techniques in Shell Scripting
Chapter 11: Unix Programming with C and Vala
Appendix: The Last Frontier

Author Details
"Manish Jain" studied Mechanical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, graduating in 1992. In 1998, he switched to computer programming of his own volition, and of his own education.

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