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An Introduction to Linux at Denison Download An Introduction to Linux at Denison E-Book
The original UNIX operating system was invented by Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson in 1969 on a DEC PDP-7 at Bell Labs. In the years since, development has splintered into several UNIX variants, some proprietary and some open source.1 All of these “UNIX-like” systems are bound by a set of standards called POSIX which ensures that code developed on one POSIX compliant operating system can be recompiled on another.
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LINUX TUTORIAL Download LINUX TUTORIAL E-Book
UNIX is an Operating System (OS).UNIX was developed about 40 years ago i.e., 1969 at AT&T Bell Labs by Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritche. It is a Command Line Interpreter.It was developed for the Mini-Computers as a time sharing system. UNIX was the predecessor of LINUX.
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The Official Red Hat Linux Getting Started Download The Official Red Hat Linux Getting Started E-Book
The Official Red Hat Linux Getting Started Guide.new features of Red Hat Linux 6.1
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Securing and Hardening Red Hat Linux Production Systems Download Securing and Hardening Red Hat Linux Production Systems E-Book
linux security
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The Art of Unix Programming Download The Art of Unix Programming E-Book
This is a book about Unix programming, but in it we’re going to toss around the words ‘culture’, ‘art’, and ‘philosophy’ a lot. If you are not a programmer, or you are a programmer who has had little contact with the Unix world, this may seem strange. But Unix has a culture; it has a distinctive art of programming; and it carries with it a powerful design philosophy. Understanding these traditions will help you build better software, even if you’re developing for a non-Unix platform.This is a book about Unix programming
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GNU AUTO CONF,AUTOMAKE AND LIB TOOL Download GNU AUTO CONF,AUTOMAKE AND LIB TOOL E-Book
This book is published on paper by New Riders (ISBN 1-57870-190-2), their webpage on the book is at http://www.newriders.com/autoconf/. Technical reviewers of the paper book were Akim Demaille, Phil Edwards, Bruce Korb, Alexandre Oliva, Didier Verna, Benjamin Koznik and Jason Molenda.
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KDE 2.0 Development Download KDE 2.0 Development E-Book
The K Desktop Environment (KDE) project is a worldwide collaboration of hundreds of software engineers and hobbyists who are working to create a free, modern desktop interface with a consistent graphical user interface (GUI) style across applications. The desktop is network transparent, meaning that remote and local files can all be viewed, edited, and managed in the same way; it has online hypertext help and features an integrated, full-featured Web browser.
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GNU Emacs Manual Download GNU Emacs Manual E-Book
GNU Emacs Manual
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The Book of Webmin Download The Book of Webmin E-Book
The Book of Webmin
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Linux Client Migration Cookbook A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide for Migrating to Desktop Linux Download Linux Client Migration Cookbook A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide for Migrating to Desktop Linux E-Book
The Cookbook assumes that you have at least minimal understanding of your computer hardware−−you don't have to know how to take it apart or anything like that, but you ought to know how to operate the mouse, where the power button is on your computer and monitor, how to load paper in your printer, and so forth. If you need help with any of these tasks or concepts, ask your dealer or the party who set up your computer.
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