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By John R. Levine and Margaret Levine Young.
Are you faced with learning UNIX? Have you typed "LS" to see a list of files, and gotten an error message instead? Relax -- "UNIX For Dummies" guides you through the tricks and traps of UNIX, while steering you away from all that technical stuff you don't want to know about. (Hint: try typing "ls" instead! Capitalization counts.)
The new fourth edition expands coverage of Linux, the wildly popular free version of UNIX, and CDE (Common Desktop Environment), the Windows-like graphics interface. It also tells you more about using your UNIX system with the World Wide Web, e-mail, and other globe-spanning applications on the Internet and corporate Intranets.
Table of Contents
Part I: Before the Begininng
Part II: Some Basic Stuff
Part IV: Getting Things Done
Part IV: UNIX and the Net
Part V: Help!
Part VII: The Part of Tens
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