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Learning Unix for OS X: Going Deep With the Terminal and Shell [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Dave Taylor
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5. Oktober 2012
Think your Mac is powerful now? Author Dave Taylor shows you how to get much more from your system by tapping into Unix, the robust operating system concealed beneath OS X’s beautiful user interface. Mountain Lion puts more than a thousand Unix commands at your fingertips - for finding and managing files, remotely accessing your Mac from other computers, and using a variety of freely downloadable open source applications. Take a friendly tour of the Unix command line and 50 of the most useful utilities, and quickly learn how to gain real control over your Mac. * Get your Mac to do exactly what you want, when you want * Make changes to your Mac’s filesystem and directories * Use Unix’s find, locate, and grep commands to locate files containing specific information * Create unique "super-commands" to perform tasks that you specify * Run multiple Unix programs and processes at the same time * Install the X Window system and get a quick tour of the best X11 applications * Learn how to take even greater advantage of Unix on your Mac

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  • Taschenbuch: 233 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1 (5. Oktober 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1449332315
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449332310
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,9 x 17,5 x 1,5 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 65.763 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Dave Taylor is a popular writer, teacher and speaker of business and technology issues. The founder of The Internet Mall and iTrack.com, he's been involved with UNIX and the Internet since 1980, having created the popular Elm Mail System. He's also been a Mac fan since the year it was released. Once a Research Scientist at HP Laboratories and Senior Reviews Editor of SunWorld magazine, Taylor has contributed software to the official 4.4 release of Berkeley Unix (BSD). His programs are found in all versions of Linux and other popular Unix variants.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr informativ 1. März 2013
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Learning Unix for OS X Mountain Lion ist ein sehr gelungenes Lehrbuch, dass sich in englischer Sprache an Unix-Neulinge wendet.
Die einzelnen Kapitel sind schlüssig und die Beispiele kann man sofort am Mac ausprobieren. Für jeden Mac-Besitzer, der sich mit Unix befassen möchte und gut englisch spricht, ist das Buch von Dave Taylor sehr empfehlenswert.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gets You Ramped Up Fast 6. November 2012
Von T. Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This was a perfect size book for what I needed. What I needed was a book that would get me back up to speed quickly on UNIX. I have not used UNIX since the late 80's, and I have not used Mac since the early 90's.

The book starts off with a nice introduction to you Unix and why you would want to use it. The second chapter using the Terminal, is a nice introduction to Terminal's capabilities and shows you how to customization.

After the first two chapters the book starts digging into the details of what you can do with Unix on the Mac. I have listed the chapters below.

1. Why Use Unix?
2. Using the Terminal
3. Exploring the Filesystem
4. File Management
5. Finding Files and Information
6. Redirecting I/O
7. Multitasking
8. Taking Unix Online
9. Of Windows and X11
10. Where to Go from Here

As you can see from the chapter names the author covers some of the most important topics you need to know with a chapter dedicate to each.

The only chapter that is not completely clear on what it covers is Taking Unix Online. That chapter digs into remote login, web access, and FTP.

Although the book talks about using the code samples that come with the book, I could not find any online. That did not take anything away from the book. The samples are short enough to be able to type them yourself. I found that I wanted to read this book with my Mac turned on to try the different samples that the author covered.

The author has a great writing style that makes the book an easy read. I have some other UNIX books where that is not true.

Overall I think this is a great book for getting up to speed with UNIX quickly. This book along with my Macintosh Terminal Pocket Guide have covered everything that I had to look up to date.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gate to a different world... 22. Oktober 2012
Von Andreas Masur - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Mac OS X certainly has been and still is one of the slickest looking and easiest-to-use operating systems currently on the market. But behind the dock, the icons, the background, and the finder resides one of the oldest operating system cores around: Unix. The power and versatility of Unix can be explored by any savvy Mac user who wants to see behind the curtains and learn how to complete everyday tasks using the keyboard rather than the mouse; especially tasks that would take quite a considerable amount of time in the graphical interface.

Dave Taylor's book sets out to provide the interested reader with an introduction to the Unix environment in Mac OS X Mountain Lion without overwhelming them with all of the thousands of commands and applications available in the Unix world.

The book starts with a general outline of why any sane person would go back in time and use the type-in-command approach rather than the point-and-click approach of modern graphical interfaces. Certainly a good question but as the author quickly points out, the former approach offers quite a lot more visibility into the system and allows getting certain tasks, such as renaming a bunch of files, easily done with one command where the graphical equivalent would take numerous steps.

The Terminal application is the gate to the underlying Unix core and is hence introduced in the second chapter. The reader learns how to access the Terminal, changing its preferences, customizing individual sessions as well as getting to know how to work with it by executing basic commands.

Over the course of the following chapters, the book then dives right into different topics such the file system, file management, finding information, I/O, multitasking, remote access and FTP as well as the X11 interface. Each chapter deals with exactly one topic and introduces the most common Unix commands for that particular topic. A high-level overview helps the reader to get a basic understanding before specific commands are executed. The format as well as the resulting output is broken down into its individual pieces so that it can easily be understood and comprehended.

Finally, the last chapter points the reader to further literature - built-in help, Internet, books etc. - to continue learning about the Unix environment available in Mac OS X Mountain Lion. It finishes with a quick tour on how the environment can be customized further to exactly suit everyone's needs.

While being an introduction, the book is by no means aimed at the novice Mac OS X user who just started using it. The world as seen through the Terminal application is a powerful environment that can easily lead to disaster if not fully understood. A mistake as harmless as misspelling the arguments of a command can have dramatic consequences such as an unusable Mac OS X Mountain Lion installation.

In conclusion, the book provides a solid introduction to the Unix underpinnings of Mac OS X Mountain Lion. Due to the technical aspect, the content certainly can be a bit dry but the author manages to convey the information in an easy-to-read style, and thus, the book can easily be read over a day or two. Anyone interested in getting Mac OS X Mountain Lion to know from a different, more technical (or "nerdy") perspective definitely cannot go wrong with this book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A Bit Basic - Good for Beginners 24. Januar 2013
Von justin_allen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'd already bought the Macintosh Terminal pocket guide (big fan of the O'Reilly pocket guides here) and there's little in this book that you can't get in more distilled form there. That said, this is a good book for beginners who are totally new to the command line. If you already have a little familiarity and would like to know more about shell scripting, this isn't the book for you. It's not really about "going deep" - it's more of a context-rich dip into the shallow end of the pool.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Under the dashboard 21. März 2013
Von Luigi - Cape Cod - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Great book to learn how to get under the hood of a Mac.
I bought this book as a refresher for my UNIX background.
It's like riding a bike. Once you learn, you never forget.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good starter book 24. Januar 2013
Von Laura Hazen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Although I dabbled in UNIX (AIX) years ago, I am new to MAC. This is a great reference / starter book for people who want to get their feet wet. It also discussed the same functions being done within the MAC OX app (not terminal) along with advantages of doing them in Unix. It's enough for what I want to accomplish and a good start for those before advancing to more dangerous and complex commands.
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