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  1. Unix in a Nutshell, Fourth Edition by Arnold Robbins, 2005-10-26
  2. Advanced Programming in the UNIX(R) Environment (2nd Edition) (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series) by W. Richard Stevens, Stephen A. Rago, 2005-06-27
  3. Sams Teach Yourself Unix in 24 Hours (4th Edition) (Teach Yourself -- Hours) by Dave Taylor, 2005-08-27
  4. Unix Network Programming, Volume 1: The Sockets Networking API (3rd Edition) (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series) by W. Richard Stevens, Bill Fenner, et all 2003-11-24
  5. UNIX for Dummies by John R. Levine, Margaret Levine Young, 2004-01-30
  6. Unix Power Tools, Third Edition by Shelley Powers, Tim O'Reilly, et all 2002-10-01
  7. A Practical Guide to UNIX(R) for Mac OS(R) X Users by Mark G. Sobell, Peter Seebach, 2005-12-31
  8. Unix System Administration Handbook by Evi Nemeth, 2008-04-25
  9. Unix Shells by Example by Ellie Quigley, 1999-07-12
  10. Practical Unix and Internet Security, 2nd Edition by Simson Garfinkel, Gene Spafford, 1996-03-31
  11. Unix Shell Programming (3rd Edition) by Stephen Kochan, Patrick Wood, 2003-03-09
  12. The UNIX Programming Environment by Brian W. Kernighan, Rob Pike, 1984-03
  13. UNIX, Third Edition (Visual QuickStart Guide) by Deborah S. Ray, Eric J. Ray, 2006-08-12
  14. Learning Unix for Mac OS X Tiger by Dave Taylor, 2005-06-02

1. The Creation Of The UNIX* Operating System
Lengthy encyclopediaquality article from Bell Labs, covering the early days to the present versions.
The Creation of the UNIX Operating System
After three decades of use, the UNIX* computer operating system from Bell Labs is still regarded as one of the most powerful, versatile, and flexible operating systems (OS) in the computer world. Its popularity is due to many factors, including its ability to run a wide variety of machines, from micros to supercomputers, and its portability all of which led to its adoption by many manufacturers. Like another legendary creature whose name also ends in 'x,' UNIX rose from the ashes of a multi-organizational effort in the early 1960s to develop a dependable timesharing operating system. The joint effort was not successful, but a few survivors from Bell Labs tried again, and what followed was a system that offers its users a work environment that has been described as "of unusual simplicity, power, and elegance...." The system also fostered a distinctive approach to software design solving a problem by interconnecting simpler tools, rather than creating large monolithic application programs. Its development and evolution led to a new philosophy of computing, and it has been a never-ending source of both challenges and joy to programmers around the world.

2. The UNIX System, UNIX System
The Open Group holds the unix trademark in trust for the industry, and manages the unix trademark licensing program. The unix® System. What is unix®?
Home About A-Z Index Search ... The UNIX Certification Program You are here: The UNIX System Home Page UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group New Item: UNIX Mug N905
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3. Unix Guru Universe
Largest unix System Administration Resource site, for beginners and gurus that are looking for unix sites on the internet. unix Guru Universe. The Official Home Page for unix System Administrators
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4. The FreeBSD Project
It is derived from BSD, the version of unix® developed at the University of California, Berkeley a very economical alternative to commercial unix® workstations. It is wellsuited
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5. The SCO Group, Inc. | SCO Grows Your Business
Discover 5 Reasons to Install unix® instead of Linux®. SCO® OpenServer™ Release 5.0.7 supports thousands of small and medium
Home How To Buy Shop Worldwide SCO® OpenServer™ Release 5.0.7 supports thousands of small and medium-sized business customers around the globe. Sign up for a FREE OpenServer 5.0.7 Upgrade Review today. Learn More >
Interview with Darl McBride on Sky Radio
Listen to an interview with Darl McBride, President and CEO of The SCO Group, where he addresses SCO's UNIX Intellectual Property rights. You can also hear this interview on Sky Radio on all United Airlines flights in July and August.
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SCO Named to SD Times 100 List
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SD Times 100 top one-hundred companies for its influence in software development as owners of the UNIX® Operating System. Learn More >
Beta Program begins for SCOoffice Server - E-mail and Collaboration
SCOoffice Server 4.1 brings e-mail and collaboration services to the proven SCO OpenServer platform, providing the functionality of an enterprise messaging server to small and medium businesses.
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SCO beefs up user identify management MoD opts for SCO identity system

Would you like to see something here? Is this now your permanent unix answer emporium? unix is a registered trademark of The Open Group.
Welcome to!
What is this page all about?
This page is intended to provide a variety of resources for users of the various commercial and freely-available bsd operating systems. It is in the midst of being revamped, and will probably be in such a state for quite a while yet. Please bear with us. For starters, here is where you get information on the major BSD flavors: And here is a link to a comparison of the freely-available BSD operating systems. Note that we do not necessarily agree with everything stated in this comparison.
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7. SETI@home: Command-line Client Software
Commandline Client MAN pages and instructions. unix client README. What's new in Version 3.08 to the following people for porting SETI@home to unix platforms Joe Abley, Michael L
Command-line Client Software Command-line Client MAN pages and instructions
  • UNIX client README
  • OpenVMS Alpha client README
  • OS/2 client README
  • IBM iSeries and AS/400 client README
    and the download file name is SETI400v33.savf
  • xseti X11 client README
  • Please do not run the client in a tight while loop such as the following:
    $ while true do ./setiathome done
  • This type of loop can cause problems for the network at U.C. Berkeley
    if the SETI data server is unresponsive or causes the client to
    repeatedly exit.
    It is more appropriate to have a wait time in your loop, for example:
    $ while true do ./setiathome sleep 21600 # give it a few hours to clear up done
  • The same is true if you run the client from a cron job, or other
    timing mechanism. Do not run it on a minute by minute basis, but
    instead, have several hours elapse between restarts of the client.
Reporting bugs If you are have questions/problems regarding SETI@home, please read the FAQ !

8. Computer Unix And Beyond An Interview With Ken Thompson
History, Limbo, IP telephony, future trends.

9. The UNIX System
Read The Single unix® Specification, Version 3. More Information on the Single unix Specification, Version 3. unix® System API tables.
UNIX System Home The Single UNIX Specification UNIX 03 ...
More Information on the Single UNIX Specification, Version 3
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The Single UNIX Specification, Version 2 (includes XCURSES) Network File System (XNFS) Data Link Provider Interface (DLPI) Version 2 Transport Provider Interface (TPI) Version 2 ... Network Computer Profile The list of available web titles is also available.
Defect Reporting
If you find a problem in the specification, then please send in a Defect Report using the online web defect report form.
Thanks for your help!
Register to Read the Specification
The Open Group is pleased, in association with the IEEE, to announce availability of the core volumes of Version 3 of the Single UNIX Specification on the World Wide Web. These volumes are also IEEE Std 1003.1 and ISO/IEC 9945. We request that you register your details in order to proceed to view or download the complete online version of the specification. Once registered you can then bookmark the table of contents page to avoid having to register again. Preview a sample manual page the man pages are developed in html 4.01.

10. Convergence International: The Non-Wintel User Group
The nonWintel user group, supporting Acorn, Amiga, Apple, ARM, Be, NCs, PowerPC, Psion, unix and other alternative operating systems. Services include a non-Wintel news summary.
Index Information News service Support Platform info ... Join CI (free)
Welcome to Convergence International, the user group for non-Wintel platforms. Previous visitors might like to see what's new on the Convergence web site. Information
Convergence's mission FAQs , details of the non-Wintel news service , information by e-mail, member statistics , and credits News service
The Convergence International non-Wintel news service , a summary of non-Wintel news, including the latest news for Acorn Amiga Apple ARM ... Network Computer , and Psion/EPOC platforms. As well as regular member's opinions and an archive of Convergence International newsletters press releases , and other news CIhoo
The non-Wintel search engine from Convergence International. Currently including a large database of Acorn and Psion links, with other platforms to be covered in detail in the future. Either search CIhoo or browse the Acorn or Psion sections in full. Platform information
Detailed information on platforms supported by Convergence, currently covering Amiga CHRP , and Psion (more soon).

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unix news site that keeps up with latest application releases. Slick customizable interface. Local mirrors of major packages. Past news indexed, searchable by keyword. Updates hourly.
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by David Simpson - Sunday, June 6th 2004 02:49 PDT About: CGIScripter automates the development of Perl CGI scripts for MySQL, Oracle, Access, SQL Server, Sybase, DB2, and PostgreSQL databases. Perl CGI scripts are generated for each form specified within CGIScripter and include customized data entry and data validation for each Web form. The Perl CGI scripts generated by CGIScripter also provide support for insert/update/view/delete of GIF/JPEG images via a Web-based interface. Critical Web form processing parameters are hard-coded within each script instead of being accepted via POST or GET operations in order to prevent Web form hijacking. Changes: This release features support for generating Perl CGI scripts for PostgreSQL databases for both Windows and UNIX Web servers. Focus License URLs Major feature enhancements Other/Proprietary License with Free Trial
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12. GNU Operating System - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
Since 1983, developing the free unix style operating system GNU, so that computer users can have the freedom to share and improve the software they use. was launched in 1984 to develop a complete
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GNU Operating System - Free Software Foundation
Free as in Freedom
Welcome to the GNU Project web server, . The GNU Project was launched in 1984 to develop a complete UNIX style operating system which is free software GNU/Linux systems This is also the web site of the Free Software Foundation (FSF). FSF is the principal organizational sponsor of the GNU Project. FSF receives very little funding from corporations or grant-making foundations. We rely on support from individuals like you who support FSF's mission to preserve, protect and promote the freedom to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer software, and to defend the rights of Free Software users. Last year, over 67% of our operating funds came from individual donors. That ongoing support is the primary way we can continue our work. Please consider making a donation today , becoming an Associate Member of FSF ordering a copy of Free Software, Free Society , and/or encouraging your company to become a Corporate Patron of FSF The FSF supports the freedoms of speech, press, and association

13. Unix Guru Universe
unix Guru Universe. Bringing the unix Industry Together. LOOKING FOR SOME unix SOFTWARE. HOT TOPICS UGU Mobile unix

14. Unix And Linux Resources, Information, Tips, How-To's
Provides support and services for SCO unix.
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16. UNIX Tutorial For Beginners
Introduction to the unix operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of unix. unix Tutorial for Beginners. Typographical Conventions.
UNIX Tutorial for Beginners
Typographical Conventions
Introduction to The UNIX operating system
Tutorial One
  • Listing files and directories Making Directories Changing to a different Directory The directories . and .. Pathnames More about home directories and pathnames
Tutorial Two
  • Copying Files Moving Files Removing Files and directories Displaying the contents of a file on the screen Searching the contents of a file
Tutorial Three
  • Redirection Redirecting the Output Redirecting the Input Pipes
Tutorial Four
  • Wildcards Filename Conventions Getting Help
Tutorial Five
  • File system security (access rights) Changing access rights Processes and Jobs Listing suspended and background processes Killing a process
Tutorial Six
  • Other Useful UNIX commands
Tutorial Seven
  • Compiling UNIX software packages Download source code Extracting source code Configuring and creating the Makefile Building the package Running the software Stripping unnecessary code
Tutorial Eight
  • UNIX variables Environment variables Shell variables Using and setting variables
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