The /usr/bin/awk utility scans each input filename for lines
that match any of a set of patterns specified in prog. The
prog string must be enclosed in single quotes (') to protect
it from the shell. For each pattern in prog there may be an
associated action performed when a line of a filename
matches the pattern. The set of pattern-action statements
may appear literally as prog or in a file specified with the
-f progfile option. Input files are read in order; if there
are no files, the standard input is read. The file name '-'
means the standard input....
New to UNIX and looking for a book to help you get acquainted with UNIX?
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Perl, awk, and the shells?
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connect your UNIX to a network?
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A curious soul wanting to know everything about UNIX?
If any of these is true, you are holding the right book.
This book is a gentle introduction to Linux, and as such, it is not intended as a
comprehensive guide. On the contrary, great effort has gone into this book to
keep it from becoming yet another comprehensive reference guide. I’ve been
selective about covering the topics you are most likely to use early in your
Linux hacking career.
One of the interesting things about Linux, and UNIX in general, is that
learning new ways and tools is almost an endless task. There are many
tools—too many to cover even in several “comprehensive” volumes.
Linux in a Nutshell covers the core commands available on common Linux distributions. This isn't a scaled-down quick reference of common commands, but a complete reference containing all user, programming, administration, and networking commands.
Commands with complete lists of options
Shell syntax for the bash,and tcsh shells
emacs, vi, and ex editing commands
This paper describes how database benchmarks demonstrate the performance
of Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS and Oracle9i Database running on HP ProLiant
hardware. Combined with the compelling Total Cost of Ownership model
presented by this software and hardware combination, the paper shows why
solutions such as this are rapidly replacing proprietary RISC/Unix and Microsoft
Building Embedded Linux Systems Linux Device Drivers Linux in a Nutshell Linux Pocket Guide Running Linux Understanding Linux Network Internals Understanding the Linux Kernel
Linux Books Resource Center linux.oreilly.com is a complete catalog of O’Reilly’s books on Linux and Unix and related technologies, including sample chapters and code examples. O’Reilly brings diverse innovators together to nurture the ideas that spark revolutionary industries.
This whitepaper describes the features and benefits of the Red Hat Enterprise
Linux product family. It briefly outlines factors that need to be considered when
planning a migration from a consumer Red Hat Linux release, such as 8.0 or
7.1, to an Red Hat Enterprise Linux family product. It also discusses some of
the issues associated with migrating applications from proprietary Unix,
Microsoft Windows, and other Red Hat operating system environments.
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.
“AppArmor (“Application Armor”) is security software for Linux, released under the GNU General Public License. From 2005 through September 2007, AppArmor was maintained by Novell. AppArmor allows the system administrator to associate with each program a security profile that restricts the capabilities of that program. It supplements the traditional Unix discretionary access control (DAC) model by providing mandatory access control (MAC).
This book is a collection of recipes for the working Linux sysadmin–a set of stand-alone quick guides
and tips that you can keep on your desk for easy reference. Hardcore in-depth manuals are great when
you have the time to sit down and read through them thoroughly, but that’s not always the case when
you have a bug that you needed fixed yesterday. This book is aimed at giving you tools to fix problems
faster but also to help you set up software and systems to avoid problems showing up in the first place.
Or at least to help you catch them sooner and solve...
Module 1 introduce Linux evolution and popular operating systems. This module include content: The history of Linux and Unix, the parts of a Linux system, open source, Linux runs. Inviting you to refer.
Oracle Applications DBA Field Guide provides scripts, notes, guidelines, and references to guide you safely through the crucial day-to-day administration tasks that fall within your jurisdiction. This includes configuring, monitoring, performance tuning, troubleshooting, and patching. This book contains tips, techniques, and guidance for administering the highly complex Oracle E-Business Suite running Oracle9i or Oracle10g on UNIX or Linux servers—all in an easy-to-read and quick-to-navigate format....