recommend a book?

recommend a book?

Post by hou » Mon, 14 Apr 2003 10:25:37



Hello everyone
    I am student and I am interested in Unix.
Would you please recommend a good book discussing
the unix internal implementation?
Thank you very much
Dean
 
 
 

recommend a book?

Post by Nicholas Bachman » Mon, 14 Apr 2003 13:16:15



> Hello everyone
>     I am student and I am interested in Unix.
> Would you please recommend a good book discussing
> the unix internal implementation?

I'll go ahead and reccoment a few; I haven't read them all but I've
heard good things about each of them:
_Solaris Internals_
_The Design and Implementation of the 4.4 BSD Operating System_
_Lion's Commentary on Unix_
_Design of the Unix Operating System_
_UNIX Internals: The New Frontiers_
_Understanding the Linux Kernel_ (2nd Edition probably)

You might also note that these are of varing ages and dicuss various
implimentations (i.e. Linux 2.4 vs. System V vs. 4.4BSD).

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recommend a book?

Post by hou » Tue, 15 Apr 2003 03:19:24




>> Hello everyone
>>     I am student and I am interested in Unix.
>> Would you please recommend a good book discussing
>> the unix internal implementation?
> I'll go ahead and reccoment a few; I haven't read them all but I've
> heard good things about each of them:
> _Solaris Internals_
> _The Design and Implementation of the 4.4 BSD Operating System_
> _Lion's Commentary on Unix_
> _Design of the Unix Operating System_
> _UNIX Internals: The New Frontiers_
> _Understanding the Linux Kernel_ (2nd Edition probably)
> You might also note that these are of varing ages and dicuss various
> implimentations (i.e. Linux 2.4 vs. System V vs. 4.4BSD).
> --
> +   Regards,                                      +
> +   Nick                                          +
> +                                                 +
> +   My email address is real                      +

Thank you so much, Mr. Bachmann
Dean