sether "In the world of Unix operating systems, the
various BSDs come with a long heritage of
high-quality software and well-designed solutions,
making them a favorite OS of a wide r ...
09-11-2004 01:45 AM
The Freebsd Handbook 3rd Edtion: Volume1: User Guide
LinuxLala Publishers Comment:
The FreeBSD Handbook is the definitive FreeBSD
tutorial and reference. This revised third edition
has been expanded into a two Volume set filled
with up ...
07-21-2004 04:48 AM
iainr Absolute OpenBSD is a straightforward, practical
and complete guide to mastering this powerful and
complex operating system. Developed with the
support of the OpenBSD communi ...
06-15-2004 11:32 AM
Mastering Solaris 8
trickykid Put the Strengths of Solaris to Work for Your
Mastering Solaris 8 is an indispensable guide to
the version of UNIX famed for its network services
and robustnes ...
03-25-2004 08:55 PM
Unix Power Tools
jeremy The latest edition of this best-selling favorite
is loaded with advice about almost every aspect of
Unix, covering all the new technologies that users
need to know. In additio ...
02-10-2004 11:24 PM
The AIX Survival Guide
jeremy This guide provides information on AIX, covering
the planning of the installation, setting up the
environment of the machine, hooking the system to
a network, security issues, ...
02-10-2004 11:18 PM
Solaris 9 Administration: A Beginner's Guide
jeremy Ideal for Windows or Linux administrators looking
to learn Solaris, this easy-to-use introductory
guide covers the basics of Solaris 9 single host
administration and explains ...
02-09-2004 11:40 PM
OpenBSD : Implementing the Secure UNIX Platform
jeremy The first book available on OpenBSD security,
filling the need for detailed documentation that
is generally lacking in open source technology.
Covers soup-to-nuts detail of se ...
02-09-2004 11:37 PM
The Complete FreeBSD
jeremy The Complete FreeBSD is an eminently practical
guidebook that explains not only how to get a
computer up and running with the FreeBSD operating
system, but also how to turn it ...
02-09-2004 11:35 PM
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