Guide to UNIX Using Linux is a hands-on, practical guide that teaches the fundamentals of the UNIX operating system concepts, architecture and administration. These concepts are taught using Linux, a free, PC-compatible UNIX clone that is an ideal teaching tool for many basic and advanced UNIX commands. The power, stability, and flexibility of UNIX has contributed to its popularity in mission-critical business and networking applications.
* Utilizes hands-on projects and step-by-step instructions to provide the user with a firm understanding of UNIX using Linux as the teaching vehicle.
* Includes coverage of shell programming, database management, editing, and rapid application development using standard UNIX tools like awk, sed, and perl.
* A copy of Red Hat Linux 6 is included with each copy of book.
* Features review questions, hands-on exercises, and discovery exercises at the end of each chapter, allowing students to practice skills as they are learned.