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Linux & Unix Shell Programming (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Dezember 1999

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  • Taschenbuch: 528 Seiten
  • Verlag: Addison Wesley Pub Co Inc (Dezember 1999)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0201674726
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201674729
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,4 x 2,7 x 23,5 cm
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Learn how to create and develop shell scripts in a step-by-step manner increasing your knowledge as you progress through the book. Learn how to work the shell commands so you can be more productive and save you time.


This comprehensive book is a practical, easy-to-use guide to programming and using the Bourne shell for beginners and experienced users - the Bourne shell is the standard shell for UNIX, and is also fully backward compatible to the Linux BASH shell. This book will fully illustrate the ability of the shell to unlock the real potential of UNIX and Linux, and aims to get the reader up, running and creating robust shell scripts for real tasks and situations as quickly as possible ¿ shell scripts that will work on any mainstream UNIX or Linux machine.

If you are new to UNIX and Linux or if you are a power user in waiting then this book is for you. Most shell programming books merely annotate manual pages and syntax , but in this book users of all abilities will find plenty of practical working examples - all of which are available as full code script via an ftp site ¿ as well as a host of tips, tricks and code one-liners, that will save you time on a day-to-day basis. The book is organized into self-contained chapters on individual topics for ease of reference.

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A friend of mine raves about "Linux & Unix Shell Programming" by David Tansley, and I certainly have to agree with him.
In my case, I had to add Linux to my Windows 98 computer so that I could better talk to and understand programmers who enter the programming contest at <[...] This book would almost be my "Best Friend" if such a thing were possible, because it lets me look up the DOS terms I memorized years ago and see the equivalent Linux terms and syntax. (I'm in love with that feature, by the way).
"Linux & Unix Shell Programming" even has material that will help you learn the same CGI that is found on many web pages, and, thank goodness, the wild cards I fell in love with in DOS are there.
As you can see from the table of contents, below, it covers quite alot of ground, from "Introduction to Linux/Unix in general" to "Building CGI scripts for a web site."
Cool, eh?
Definitely buy it if you're looking to understand Linux, and especially if you're an old DOS user from the early computer age.
The Table of Contents is below. I hope you fall in love with it.
John Knoderer


-- Chap 1. File Security and Permissions
-- Chap 2. Using 'find' and 'xargs'
-- Chap 3. Running Commands Unattended
-- Chap 4. Filename Substitution <-- talks about wildcards
-- Chap 5. Shell Input and Output <-- cat, echo, redirection,...
-- Chap 6. Command Execution Order
-- Chap 7. Introducing Regular Expressions <-- Important!
-- Chap 8. The 'grep' Family
-- Chap 9. Introducing 'awk'
-- Chap 10. Using 'sed'
-- Chap 11.
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As BASH is the shell and therefore the surface you are dealing with when you're getting into the LINUX operating system it is undoubtatly important to easily pick up, understand and use what you are sitting in front of. With David Tansley's book you have everything you need in your hands! He shows you quickly, most directly what you are really looking for! You don't need to read the book from the beginning to the end you just pick it up everytime you have a question whether your problem can be solved through BASH. Every time I took the book I was amazed about what more I have learned and how easy and time saving it was. This book is extremly cool as at the end of it Tansley even throws in a chapter of BASH cgi programming! This chapter as it shows cgi through BASH helps you understanding HTML and CGI better! David Tansley's book is my personal best book ever!
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Don't buy this book. Not only that; if you receive it as a gift, don't bother reading it.
I made the mistake of judging (and ordering) it by its "Contents". I have ordered a fair number of programming books from Amazon, but this is the first one bad enough to compel me to write a review.
The author is painfully unable to express himself with the clarity required by this kind of book. This leads to confusion and, sometimes, to errors. To compound this, the book seems to have received no proofreading whatsoever.
A few samples, from Chapter 2, "Using find and xargs":
pg. 21
"-print When find finds the files, this prints them to standard output"
pg. 22
"-newer file1 file2 Find files that are newer than file1 but older than file2"
"-size c n Find files by block 'n' size or by character length 'c', which is taken as bytes."
pg. 23
"-mount Use find to find files only on mounted filesystems"
pg. 25
"Find files by modification times
[...] Use the '-' to specify files that have not been accessed in x number of days. Use '+' for files that have been accessed in the last x number of days. To find all files that have been modified in the last five days: $ find / -mtime -5 -print "
pg. 30 -- a masterpiece
"When using the -exec option in find to process files, find passes all the located files to exec to be worked on in one go. Unfortunately on some systems there is only a limited command line length that can be passed to exec before it bombs out after running for a few minutes with an error message. The error message usually says 'Too long on Args list' or 'Args list exceeded'. This is where xargs comes in, especially when using find.
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