Covering all aspects of the Unix operating system and assuming no prior knowledge of Unix, this book begins with the fundamentals and works from the ground up to some of the more advanced programming techniques
The authors provide a wealth of real-world experience with the Unix operating system, delivering actual examples while showing some of the common misconceptions and errors that new users make
New to UNIX and looking for a book to help you get acquainted with UNIX?
Not so new to UNIX but looking to expand your knowledge?
A programmer looking for a guide to UNIX as a reference and a teaching guide for
Perl, awk, and the shells?
A beginning system administrator looking to learn how to install UNIX or how to
connect your UNIX to a network?
A system administrator looking for a reference guide or maybe just wanting to expand
A curious soul wanting to know everything about UNIX?
If any of these is true, you are holding the right book.
We designed this book to be used as both a tutorial and a reference. If you’re a Unix newbie, you should start at the beginning and work forward through the first several chapters. As you progress through the chapters, you’ll build on concepts and commands you learned in previous chapters. Then, as you become more proficient, you can start picking and choosing topics, depending on what you want to do. Be sure to reference the table of contents, index, and the appendixes to find information.
Each chapter covers several topics, each of which is presented in its own section.
16.8. 20 Useful Unix Utilities So far, you've read about only a handful of the hundreds of Unix programs that are built into Mac OS X and ready to run. Yes, ls and sudo are very useful tools, but they're only the beginning. As you peruse beginner-level Unix books and Web sites
In each 10-minute lesson, you are given a small amount of material to master. In most cases, the material in
each lesson builds on that presented in the previous lesson, so although you can jump around between lessons,
you will be best served to start the book at the beginning and move through it in order. You can come back
and forth as you master each lesson, in case you forget a command or how to do something.
The book has a number of aims as: To teach the use of the standard UNIX C libraries and other facilities as specified by the UNIX98 standard created from the earlier IEEE POSIX and X/Open (SPEC 1170) specifications; to show how to make the most of advanced development tools; to give concise introductions to popular rapid development languages like the shell, Tcl and Perl; to show how to build graphical user interfaces for the X Window System; having given you firm grounding, to progress to topics of real−world applications which you want to program
chương này, chúng tôi sẽ xem xét cài đặt và thiết lập PostgreSQL trên hệ điều hành khác nhau. Nếu bạn cần phải cài đặt nó trên một hệ thống Linux, các gói nhị phân biên dịch sẵn cung cấp một con đường dễ dàng. Nếu bạn đang chạy hệ điều hành UNIX
hay hệ thống UNIX như Linux, FreeBSD, AIX, Solaris, HP-UX, hoặc Mac OS X-nó không phải là khó khăn để biên dịch PostgreSQL từ mã nguồn. Chúng tôi cũng sẽ làm thế nào để cài đặt và thiết lập PostgreSQL trên nền tảng Windows, sử dụng trình cài đặt Windows được giới thiệu trong phiên bản PostgreSQL 8,0.
Phiên bản trước đó có thể được cài đặt trên Windows, nhưng điều này đòi hỏi một số phần mềm bổ sung để tạo ra một môi trường UNIX-như. Do đó chúng tôi khuyên bạn nên phiên bản 8.0 hoặc mới hơn cho các hệ thống Windows. Cuối cùng, chúng tôi sẽ chuẩn bị cho các ví dụ trong các chương tiếp theo bằng cách
PHP4 is the latest incarnation of PHP – the "PHP Hypertext Preprocessor". It's a programming language for building
dynamic, interactive web sites, originally devised by Rasmus Lerdorf way back in 1994. Since then it's been through
a great many changes, and has been adopted by web programmers all around the world. So what exactly is it?
In technical terms, PHP4 is a cross-platform, HTML-embedded, server-side web scripting language. Let's take a
moment to define these term
This book is intended for software developers, testers, and managers who work with .NET
technology. This book assumes you have a basic familiarity with .NET programming but does
not make any particular assumptions about your skill level. The examples in this book have
been successfully used in seminars where the audience background has ranged from beginning
application programmers to advanced systems programmers. The content in this book
has also been used in teaching environments where it has proven highly effective as a platform
for students who are learning intermediate level .
Linux is gaining increasing popularity within the workplace. Primarily it is deployed within the Internet
marketplace at server level but it is beginning to make in roads into other areas such as internal network
servers and desktop workstations. With this in mind and for reasons given below, my company decided to
deploy a Linux based LAN server into our Windows9x based network. I started this project with basic
knowledge of Linux and some knowledge of Unix. During the course of the project it ocurred to me that
some sort of document describing the tasks involved would be helpful.
Open source has brought a lot more than Linux to the computing world. It has also given us PHP and
MySQL. According to Graeme, PHP and MySQL are the world's best combination for creating data-driven
sites. In the first installment of this three-lesson tutorial, our Kiwi guide covers everything you need to
know to begin developing database hubs. He gives instructions for installation on both Unix and Windows,
and then goes on to show some simple scripts that will insert information into a database and display that
data on a Web page....
Dennis Ritchie at AT&T Bell Laboratories pioneered the C programming language in
the early 1970s. However, this programming language did not begin to gain widespread
popularity and support until the late 1970s.This was because, until that time, C compilers
were not readily available for commercial use outside of Bell Laboratories. Initially, this
growth in popularity was also partly spurred by the equal, if not faster, growth in popularity
of the UNIX operating system, which was written almost entirely in C.
Brad J. Cox designed the Objective-C language in the early 1980s.
Discusses the basic fundamentals including database terminology and concepts.Offers an introduction to MySQL and the SQL language, then includes essential tasks to begin using it.Explores the essentials of MySQL server management, providing a guide for troubleshooting problems. Presents numerous annotated screenshots, tips and tricks. Includes a CD-ROM with additional code examples as well as advanced examples using MySQL for UNIX and Windows, PHP for Windows and UNIX, and PHPMyAdmin for UNIX.
The GNU Autotools make it easy for developers to create software that is portable across many UNIX-like operating systems. Thousands of open source software packages use the Autotools, but the learning curve is unfortunately steep, and it can be difficult for a beginner to find anything more than basic reference material on using the powerful software suite.
In Autotools, author John Calcote begins with an overview of high-level concepts; then tackles more advanced topics, like using the M4 macro processor with Autoconf, extending the Automake framework, and building Java and C# sources....
Ever since the beginning of the ARPAnet, systems have had both names and IP addresses.
UNIX systems, as well as many others who have copied the BSD IP implementation,
used the file /etc/hosts to convert between names and addresses. This file contains a list
of IP addresses and the corresponding host names, one per line.