I just started a job as a software engineer. The company that I am now
working for uses Mac's, PC's, ALPHA's, and SUN boxes. I know all but the OS's
but UNIX. I need a good book to help me plod through SUN Unix. I know VMS.
One hint. Do not extrapolate what you know of VMS to Unix. They are
A second hint. C-shell is an aboration in Unix. You can use it if you
want, but don't learn using it. Learn using the Bourne shell because
it is more typical of Unix thinking. Then use csh if you must (or
MUCH better, get bash)
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> working for uses Mac's, PC's, ALPHA's, and SUN boxes. I know all but the OS's
> but UNIX. I need a good book to help me plod through SUN Unix. I know VMS.
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I would like to learn unix (hear there are lots of jobs??) and was
wondering if there was any way to run unix while running Win. 95. For
example could you make a directory to put unix in and play around with.
Or maybe a second hard drive on same machine and switch over to it to
learn unix. Or will I need a second P.C.??
Also would anyone know of any good books or videos from which to help
2. linux Rmon?