Unix

A computer operating system originally developed in the 1960s and 1970s by a group of AT&T employees at Bell Labs. It's environment and client-server program model were essential elements in the development of the Internet and the reshaping of computing as centered in networks rather than in individual computers.

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The Art of Unix Programming

Post date: 12 Nov 2004
Describes Unix development that Unix experts know, but aren't aware that they know. It delves on the 'why-to', not the 'how-to'.
Author(s): Eric S. Raymond
Publication date: 17 Sep 2003
License: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 1.0 Generic
Tags: Unix
 
The Art of Unix Programming

The Art of Unix Programming

Post date: 12 Nov 2004
Describes Unix development that Unix experts know, but aren't aware that they know. It delves on the 'why-to', not the 'how-to'.
Author(s): Eric S. Raymond
Publication date: 17 Sep 2003
License: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 1.0 Generic
Tags: Unix


UNIX Text Processing

Post date: 12 Nov 2005
Shows how UNIX can be used effectively in the preparation of written documents, especially in the process of producing book-length documents.
 
UNIX Text Processing

UNIX Text Processing

Post date: 12 Nov 2005
Shows how UNIX can be used effectively in the preparation of written documents, especially in the process of producing book-length documents.

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