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S filename extension
s filename extension 2nd 3rd 4th
Safari browser 2nd 3rd
safedit shell script
Samba
     defined
     NBT
     NetBIOS
     share
     SMB
     Windows share
     WINS
savehist variable 2nd
sbin directory
sched builtin
Scheduling jobs
Schema
sci.med newsgroup
scp utility 2nd
Screen
     file
     refresh
script utility
Script, shell. [See Shell, script]
Scroll
Scrollbar
sdiff utility
Search
    engine
         database
         defined
         find a
         index
         Web crawler
     keyword using apropos
     path
     string using grep
     string using vi 2nd
Secondary prompt
secure file 2nd
securetty file
Security
     access permission 2nd
     ACL 2nd
     authentication
     back door
     checksum
     cipher
     ciphertext
     cleartext
     cookie
     cracker
     cryptography
    cypher. [See Security; cipher]
     DDoS attack
     DoS attack
     finger utility
     firewall
     host based trust
     host, trusted
     hosts.equiv file
     Internet, root access
     IP spoofing
     IPng
     IPv6
     Kerberos
     kill
     locktty script
     login account
     Mac OS X features
     PAM
     password 2nd
     PATH and Superuser
     PATH variable
     rexecd daemon
     root access, Internet
     RSA
     setgid
     setuid 2nd
     spoofing
    ssh. [See ssh]
     su utility
     sudo utility
     Superuser and PATH
     telnet
     Trojan horse 2nd
     trust
     trusted host
     virtual private network
     virus
     VPN
     wiping a file
     worm 2nd
    xinetd daemon. [See xinetd daemon]
sed utility 2nd
Segment, network
select control structure
self-assigned IP address
sendmail utility
sendmail, masquerade
Separating commands
Server
     defined
     mail list 2nd
    Message Block Protocol. [See Samba]
     name 2nd
     process
     proxy
     setting up
Service, directory
Services
     daemons providing
     Internet
     network
     nsswitch.conf file
services database
services file 2nd 3rd
Session
     defined
     failsafe
set builtin 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Set group ID. [See Setgid]
Set user ID. [See Setuid]
setenv builtin 2nd 3rd
SetFile utility
Setgid
     about
     defined
     display using ls
     permission
     root, files belonging to the group 2nd
Setuid
     about 2nd
     at
     crontab
     defined
     finding files using find
     grant privileges
     ls display of
     root, files owned by 2nd
Sexillion
sh filename extension
sh Shell 2nd 3rd
sh utility
shar shell script
Share
share directory
Shared
     library, creating
     library, gcc
     library, using
     network topology
     object, filename extension
Shell
     about
     archive
     arithmetic (bash)
     calling program, name of
    command
         grouping 2nd
         interpreter
         separation
         substitution 2nd
     comment
     comparing strings
    control structure
         break
         case 2nd
         continue
         do 2nd 3rd 4th
         done 2nd 3rd 4th
         elif
         else
         esac
         fi 2nd
         for 2nd 3rd
         for...in 2nd
         goto
         if 2nd 3rd 4th
         if...then
         if...then...elif 2nd
         if...then...else 2nd
         in
         switch
         then 2nd 3rd
         until
         while 2nd 3rd
     defined
     environment variable 2nd
     exit from
     features
     function 2nd
     job control
    keyword
         break
         breaksw
         case
         continue
         default
         else
         endif
         endsw
         switch
         then
         variable
         while
     login 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     name of the calling program
    options. [See Shell; features]
    parameter
         about
         positional
         special
     prompt 2nd 3rd 4th
     readonly variable
     sh 2nd 3rd
     sleep
     strings, comparing
     user-created variable
    variable. [See Shell variable]
Shell script
     # comment
     #! shell to use
     /dev/tty for a terminal
     about 2nd
     addbanner
     bash
     birthday
     bundle
     chkargs 2nd
     cleanup
     command_menu
     comment
     count
     cpdir
     create
     debug
     defined
     double quotation marks 2nd
     error message 2nd
     executing 2nd
     find_uid
     finder
     Here document
     indent
     infinite loop
     invocation
     is_ordfile
     links
     locktty 2nd
     makepath
     menu
     out
     PATH usage
     quiz
     quote in 2nd 3rd 4th
     read user input
     recursion
     rename
     running a
     safedit
     shar
     specifying a shell
     temporary filename 2nd
     usage message 2nd 3rd 4th
     user input
     whos
     whoson
     word_count
     word_usage
SHELL variable 2nd
Shell variable
     $!
     $# 2nd 3rd 4th
     $#argv
     $$ 2nd 3rd 4th
     $* 2nd 3rd
     $0
     $<
     $? 2nd
     $@ 2nd
     argv
     autocorrect
     autolist 2nd
     autologout
     BASH_ENV
     CDPATH 2nd
     cdpath 2nd 3rd
     COLUMNS
     correct
     CVSROOT
     cwd
     dirstack
     dunique
     DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH
     echo
     EDITOR 2nd
     ENV
     FCEDIT
     fignore
     filec
     gid
     histfile 2nd 3rd
     HISTFILESIZE
     histlit 2nd
     history 2nd
     HISTSIZE
     HOME 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     home
     IFS
     ignoreeof 2nd
     input_line
     INPUTRC
     keyword
     LESS
     LINES
     listjobs
     listlinks
     loginsh
     LOGNAME
     MAIL
     mail
     MAILCHECK
     MAILPATH
     MAILTO
     MANPATH
     naming
     nobeep
     noclobber 2nd 3rd
     noglob
     nonomatch
     notify
     OLDPWD
     OPTARG
     OPTIND
     owd
     PAGER 2nd
    PATH
         about
         builtins do not use
         example
         find executables using which
         keyword shell variable
         login
         security
         tcsh
     path
     positional parameter
     PRINTER
     prompt
     prompt2
     prompt3
     PS1 2nd
     PS2 2nd
     PS3
     PS4
     pushdsilent
     pushdtohome
     PWD
     quoting
     RANDOM
     readonly
     REPLY 2nd
     rmstar
     savehist 2nd
     SHELL 2nd
     shell
     shlvl
     status
     switches
     tcsh 2nd
     tcsh
     TERM 2nd 3rd
     time
     tperiod 2nd
     user
     verbose
     version
     VIMINIT
     visiblebell
     VISUAL
     watch
     who
shell variable
shells file
shift builtin 2nd 3rd 4th
shlvl variable
Short-circuiting operator
Shortcut. [See Link]
shutdown utility
Signal
     defined 2nd
     hang up
     kill
     list of
     names 2nd
     quit
     software termination
     TERM
     terminal interrupt
Silicon Graphics
Simple filename 2nd 3rd 4th
Single quotation mark 2nd
Single versus double quotation marks
Single-user
     about
     maintenance
     Superuser
     system
Size of file, display using ls
Skip to top of page
sleep utility 2nd
Sleep, shell 2nd
Slice. [See Partition]
SLIP protocol
SMB. [See Samba]
smbd daemon
Smiley
SMTP
Snap, window
Sneakernet
Sniff
soc.singles newsgroup
Socket
     about
     UNIX domain
SOCKS
Soft link. [See Symbolic; link]
Software termination signal
Sort
sort utility 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
source builtin 2nd
Source code management
Source repository
SPACE 2nd
SPACE Boolean operator 2nd
Spam
     defined
     whois and
Sparse file 2nd
Spawn. [See Fork]
Special
     aliases
     character
         *
         ?
         []
         defined 2nd
         filename generation
         Here document
         pathname expansion
         quoting 2nd
         regular expressions
         standard input
     file 2nd
         block
         character
     parameters, shell 2nd
     pathname
Speed, Internet
Spinner
splint utility
split utility
Splitting, word
Spontaneous process
Spoofing, IP
Spool
spool directory 2nd 3rd
SQL
Square bracket
     defined
     test
ssh utility 2nd 3rd 4th
sshd daemon 2nd
Stack
     defined
     directory, manipulation 2nd
     LIFO
     PAM
Stallman, Richard 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Stand-alone computer
Standard
     directories and files
     error 2nd 3rd
         defined 2nd
         exec
         file descriptor 2nd
         redirect
         shell script
         trap
    input
         defined 2nd
         exec
         file descriptor 2nd
         pipe (|)
         redirect
         special character
    output
         append
         defined 2nd
         exec
         file descriptor 2nd
         pipe (|)
         redirect 2nd 3rd
Standards, option handling
Start
     emacs
     vim
Startup disk 2nd
Startup file
     .bash_login file
     .bash_logout file
     .bash_profile file 2nd
     .bashrc file 2nd 3rd
     .cshrc file 2nd
     .emacs 2nd 3rd 4th
     .history file 2nd
     .inputrc file
     .login file 2nd 3rd
     .logout file 2nd
     .profile file 2nd
     .tcshrc file 2nd
     .vimrc file 2nd
    /etc
         bashrc file 2nd
         csh.cshrc file
         csh.login file
         csh.logout file
         cshrc
         login
         profile file 2nd 3rd
     about
     bash
     BASH_ENV variable
     defined
     ENV variable
     listing
     source to execute
     tcsh
     vim
     VIMINIT variable
stat utility
stat() system call 2nd 3rd
Static IP address
Statically linked library
Status
     exit
     line
     line, vim
status variable
stdio.h C header file
Steele, Guy
Sticky bit 2nd
Stop a job
Stop a program
stop builtin
Streaming tape
Streams. [See Connection-oriented protocol]
String
     comparing
     defined
     double quotation marks
     finding with grep
     pattern matching (bash)
     variable
     variable, array
strings utility
Stroustrup, Bjarne
Structure, data
Structured Query Language. [See SQL]
stty utility 2nd
Stylesheet. [See CSS]
su utility 2nd
Subdirectory 2nd
Subnet
     about
     address
     defined 2nd
     mask 2nd
     number
     specifying
Subpixel hinting
Subroutine. [See Procedure]
Subshell 2nd 3rd 4th
Substitution [See also Expansion]
     command 2nd
     parameter
sudoers file
Sun Microsystems
Superblock
Superserver
Superserver daemon. [See xinetd daemon]
Superuser
     about
     becoming
     defined 2nd
     explained
     multiuser mode
     password, changing a user's
     PATH, and security
     powers
     priority 2nd
     privileges
     prompt
     setuid
     single-user mode
     sudo utility
suspend builtin
Suspend key 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
SVID. [See System; V Interface Definition]
Swap
     defined
     file, vim
     space
switch control structure
Switch. [See Network; switch]
Switching hub
Symbol table
Symbolic
     constant
     debugger
     hostname
     link 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
         creating using ln
         defined 2nd
         deleting using rm
         tcsh
symlink. [See Symbolic; link]
sync utility
Syntax, command line
sysctl utility 2nd
syslog utility
syslog.conf file
syslogd daemon 2nd
System
    administration
         client, specifying
         configuration file rules
         cron utility
         dmesg utility 2nd
         filesystem repair
         halt utility 2nd
         host, specifying
         kill builtin 2nd
         killall utility
         more information
         multiuser mode
         multiuser/graphics mode
         newfs utility
         reboot utility
         rpcinfo utility
         setuid files, finding
         shutdown utility
         single-user mode
         startup scripts
         su utility
         subnet, specifying
         sync utility
         system does not boot
         Trojan horse
         umask builtin
         uname utility
         xinetd daemon
    administrator
         about
         defined
         powers 2nd
         responsibilities
         Superuser
     boot
     bring down
     bring up
    call
         about 2nd 3rd
         bad, trapping
         C, from
         chmod()
         chown()
         close()
         creat()
         defined 2nd
         exec() 2nd
         exit()
         filesystem operations
         fork
         fork() 2nd 3rd 4th
         getpid()
         getppid()
         kill()
         lseek()
         manual section
         nice()
         open()
         process control
         read() 2nd
         stat() 2nd 3rd
         tracing with ktrace
         unlink()
         wait()
         write() 2nd 3rd 4th
     console 2nd
     crash
     dataless
     does not boot
     load average
     maintenance
     mode
     operation
     performance
     Preferences application, panes
     programmer
     shutdown
     single-user
     V Interface Definition
     V UNIX
     well-maintained
System directory
system services database
system.log file




A Practical Guide to UNIX[r] for Mac OS[r] X Users
A Practical Guide to UNIX for Mac OS X Users
ISBN: 0131863339
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 234

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