|Table of Contents|
|Part I -
|Part II -
|Part III -
|Part IV -
|Part V -
|Part VI -
Get cutting-edge coverage of the newest releases of UNIX--including Solaris 10, all Linux distributions, HP-UX, AIX, and FreeBSD--from this thoroughly revised, one-stop resource for users at all experience levels. Written by UNIX experts with many years of experience starting with Bell Laboratories, UNIX: The Complete Reference, Second Edition provides step-by-step instructions on how to use UNIX and take advantage of its powerful tools and utilities.
Get up-and-running on UNIX quickly, use the command shell and desktop, and access the Internet and e-mail. You'll also learn to administer systems and networks, develop applications, and secure your UNIX environment. Up-to-date chapters on UNIX desktops, Samba, Python, Java Apache, and UNIX Web development are included.
About the Authors
Kenneth H.Rosen has more than 22 years experience in the computing and telecommunications industries. As a distinguished member of the technical staff at Bell Laboratories and AT&T Laboratories, he has worked on a wide variety of projects involving data communications and networking, multimedia, and the evaluation of new technologies. He is a prolific inventor, having more than 60 issued and pending patents. Dr. Rosen holds a BS from the University of Michigan and a PhD in mathematics from MIT. He also has held positions at the University of Colorado, the Ohio State University, and the University of Maine. He currently is a visiting research professor in the Computer Science Department at Monmouth University Dr. Rosen is a well-known author of leading textbooks and reference books in mathematics and computer science.
Douglas A. Host has more than 29 years experience working on computing and network projects at AT&T. He was responsible for intranet/Internet services technology along with new service planning at AT&T Laboratories. He has extensive background in systems design and worked with the Chief Architect’s area in Bell Labs designing new voice and data services. As a software engineer, he developed and programmed numerous telecommunications systems for AT&T’s Operating Companies. He is also an expert in Human Performance Engineering and headed groups responsible for developing human interfaces for large-scale computing applications. Host received advanced degrees in both computer science and library science at Rutgers University.
Rachel Klee has been using UNIX for over ten years. She was a software developer for the Openproof project at the Center for the Study of Language and Information at Stanford University, where she helped build the UNIX server back end for the Language, Proof and Logic courseware package. She was a program manager at Microsoft in the Tablet PC group, and she currently teaches mathematics and computing. Rachel has a degree in mathematics from Stanford University.
James Farber is a distinguished member of technical staff at Avaya Labs, where he is responsible for the design and specification of the user interface for business telephone products. He was a member of Bell Laboratories and AT&T Labs from 1980 to 2003. He has worked on applications and user interfaces for many messaging, information, and communications products and services. Farber received his PhD from Cornell University where he was also a member of the faculty in perception and cognitive psychology.
Richard Rosinski is the vice president for professional services at VoiceGenie Technologies. He is responsible for VoiceGenie’s global professional services practice delivering speech-enabled applications, and for overseeing worldwide client services operations. Rosinski also has held the position of executive director of Nortel; he also led speech technology work at Periphonics Corp. He has more than 18 years of experience with AT&T, and with Bell Labs, where he led organizations providing for Enhanced Voice Services, Automated Transaction Processing Services, and Applied Speech Technology He holds a PhD in Psychology specializing in statistics, and cognitive science from Cornell University He is the author of six books and has 13 patents relating to IVR and speech technology He serves as vice president of the board of directors of AVIOS.