"Could someone give me an easy way to look up the sed and awk commands for Solaris?" asked a time-pressed computer design engineer. Most Solaris users use it in a professional technical environment. They're looking for the fastest way to find a needed command so they can get on with their work. The Solaris Essential Reference assumes that you're well versed in general UNIX skills and simply need some pointers on how to get the most out of Solaris. This book provides clear and concise instruction on how to perform important administration and management tasks, and use some of the more powerful commands and more advanced topics. It includes the best way to implement the most frequently used commands, deal with shell scripting, administer your own system, and utilize effective security. Bonus coverage includes information on third-party software packages available for Solaris that are essential to operating a good system. Such applications are pico, pine, top, TCP Wrappers, and more.
Table of contents
I. GENERAL USAGE REFERENCE.
II. DEVELOPER REFERENCE.
III. ADMINISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE TASK REFERENCE.
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Published by Sams Publishing (April 30th 1999) - Copyright © 1999