Publishing date: Sep 14, 1999
You may have seen Unix quick-reference guides, but you've never seen anything likeUNIX in a Nutshell. Not a scaled-down quick reference of common commands,UNIX in a Nutshellis a complete reference containing all commands and options, along with generous descriptions and examples that put the commands in context. For all but the thorniest Unix problems, this one reference should be all the documentation you need. The third edition ofUNIX in a Nutshellincludes thorough coverage of System V Release 4. To that, author Arnold Robbins has added the latest information about: Sixty new commands inThe Alphabetical Summary of Commands Solaris 7 Shell syntax (sh,csh, and the 1988 and 1993 versions ofksh) Regular expression syntax viandexcommands, as well as newly updated Emacs information sedandawkcommands troffand related commands and macros, with a new section onrefer make, RCS (version 5.7), and SCCS commands In addition, there is a new Unix bibliography to guide the reader to further reading about the Unix environment. If you currently use Unix SVR4, or if you're a Solaris user, you'll want this book.UNIX in a Nutshellis the most comprehensive quick reference on the market, a must for any Unix user.