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Description: Designed for everyone using Unix operating systems, this Unix quick guide covers all daily used Unix features and options, provides quick tips and solutions for common Unix security problems and other operations.
A comprehensive yet portable Unix reference for every Unix user to harness the power of Unix features, functions and tools.
Unix operating system architecture.
Historic chart of Unix distributions and popular shells deployed in Unix systems.
Unix file system structure and commonly used configuration files in Unix systems. Frequently used commands and tools for file and directory management.
Security risks and Unix solutions in the categories of data protection, system update, user management, Internet threats and more.
Frequently used commands and tools for user and group management, jobs and processes management, networking operations, system management and more.
Designed by experts with decades of experience in Unix operating systems.
Unix Poster 2009 Designed for IT and computer professionals and technology educators and students, this Unix-like (including Linux) Operating Systems map illustrates Unix-like OS framework and
Computer OS Map 2008 The computer operating systems (OS) map presents functions of Operating Systems and comparison of all major OS. It also provide compelete history of computer OS development since
Revisiting the GUI Admin Debate Some Linux and Unix purists frown on administration from anything but the command line, insisting that a GUI could open security holes and create additional memory and processing overhead.
Mac OS X, BSD Unix top security survey London-based mi2g Intelligence Unit on Monday released a report that says Mac OS X and Berkeley Standard Derivative (BSD) Unix are the "world's safest and most secure 24/7 online computing environments." Linux operating systems offer the worst track recor