Saturday, November 18, 2017

Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger : Visual QuickPro Guide (2nd Edition)

by Matisse Enzer
Paperback: 552 pages
Publisher: Peachpit Press; 2 edition (September 22, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN: 0321246683
Product Dimensions: 9.0 x 7.1 x 1.1 inches


Book Description
As Unix spreads its tentacles across users' desktops, more and more Mac users are starting to pop the hood and learn about the operating system that's at the root of it all. And there's no better way to conquer that fear than by consulting this Visual QuickPro Guide. Matisse Enzer, who wrote the first edition of this book, Unix for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide has completely updated this guide to reflect all that's new in Tiger's version of Unix. Readers will learn everything they need to know to make sense of the commands and technical jargon surrounding Unix. In the process they'll find out about useful utilities, editing and printing files, security, and more--all through simple, step-by-step instructions that break the learning process into manageable chunks. Throughout, users will find plenty of the tips and visual references that have become the hallmark of Peachpit's popular Visual QuickPro Guides. Unix for Mac OS X 10.4: Visual QuickPro Guide is perfect for any Mac user interested in learning about the Unix operating system.

About the Author
Matisse Enzer has been helping people build all manner of things since the mid 1970's as a game designer, political organizer, union carpenter, architecture student, general building contractor, customer support manager at the WELL, and since 1994, as an Internet consultant. His web site is www.matisse.net. Matisse lives in San Francisco and Black Rock City, Nevada.

 
    Posted on 2005-09-22 01:17:14 pm

#1 2005-11-16 05:57:39 pm

Craig Smith
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Unix for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger : Visual QuickPro Guide (2nd Edition)

This is an extremely easy to understand text. Anyone who has dabbled in any part of the shell will appreciate knowing more. Anyone interested in increasing their AppleScript ability will also enjoy learning how to write their own little shell scripts, so that the do shell script can call a neat little homemade script, and not be such a bulky monster with all sorts of slashes, quotation marks, etc. Mr. Enzer is an excellent writer and his style is very easy to understand. An outstanding addition to any scripter's library.


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