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s command (ed) : sed & awk, 2.1. Awk, by Sed and Grep, out of Ed
s command (sed)
sed & awk, 5.3. Substitution
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 10, Reference: s
script.tidy using : UNIX Power Tools, 51.6. Cleaning script Files
.s filename extension : UNIX Power Tools, 1.17. Filename Extensions
sact command (SCCS) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 17, Reference: sact
sadp command : UNIX Power Tools, 39.12.3. The I/O Subsystem
sample programs : sed & awk, Sample Programs
sar utility : UNIX Power Tools, 39.12.2. The Memory Subsystem
save command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: save
savedirs shell variable : UNIX Power Tools, 14.6. The Shells' pushd and popd Commands
savehist shell variable
UNIX Power Tools, 6.9. Special C Shell Variables
UNIX Power Tools, 11.11. Picking Up Where You Left Off
UNIX in a Nutshell, 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
saving command lines to file : UNIX Power Tools, 1.5. Anyone Can Program the Shell
saving files
Learning the vi Editor, 1.1.3. Saving and Quitting a File
(see also vi commands)
saving output
sed & awk, 2.3.2.1. Saving output
sed & awk, 4.3. Testing and Saving Output
sed & awk, 10.5. Directing Output to Files and Pipes
sc program
UNIX Power Tools, 49.8. It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
advantages : UNIX Power Tools, 49.8. It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
commands : UNIX Power Tools, 49.8. It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
disadvantages : UNIX Power Tools, 49.9. Business Graphics with ipl
ipl program used with : UNIX Power Tools, 49.9. Business Graphics with ipl
Microsoft Excel compared to : UNIX Power Tools, 49.8. It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
printing from
UNIX Power Tools, 49.8. It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
UNIX Power Tools, 49.9. Business Graphics with ipl
scale command : UNIX Power Tools, 49.1. bc: Simple Math at the Shell Prompt
SCCS (Source Code Control System)
UNIX Power Tools, 20.12. Protecting Files with SCCS or RCS
UNIX in a Nutshell, 17.6. sccs and Pseudo-commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, 17. The SCCS Utility
commands and psuedo-commands : UNIX in a Nutshell, 17.5. Alphabetical Summary of SCCS Commands
keywords for : UNIX in a Nutshell, 17.3. Identification Keywords
RCS commands equivalents : UNIX in a Nutshell, 18.4. Conversion Guide for SCCS Users
sccsdiff command (SCCS) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 17, Reference: sccsdiff
schedules : (see calendar command)
SCO : Learning the Korn Shell, 1.9.5. Control Keys
scope control (tawk) : sed & awk, 11.3.2.1. Tawk language extensions
scp shell function : UNIX Power Tools, 10.10. Simulated Bourne Shell Functions and Aliases
scratchpad, creating in terminal windows : UNIX Power Tools, 48.3. A Scratchpad on Your Screen
screen : (see terminals)
screen editors
Learning the vi Editor, 1. The vi Text Editor
(see also vi editor)
screen program
UNIX Power Tools, 3.7. Detaching a Session with screen
UNIX Power Tools, 12.9. Running Multiple Shell Sessions with screen
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
screen variable : UNIX Power Tools, 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
screen, printing files to : (see also displaying)
cat command : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.2.1. cat
more utility
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.3. Pipelines
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.4.2.4. Terminal Types
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.5. Coroutines
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.2.2. more
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 5.2.3. pg and more
UNIX Power Tools, 9.19. For the Impatient: Type-Ahead
UNIX Power Tools, 25.3. Using more to Page Through Files
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: more
starting : UNIX Power Tools, 38.3. Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
testing with screensize file : UNIX Power Tools, 42.6.2. Screen Width and Height: screensize
pg utility
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.2.3. pg
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 5.2.3. pg and more
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: pg
pr command
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 4.5.1. pr
UNIX Power Tools, 35.17. Making Text in Columns with pr
UNIX Power Tools, 43.7. Quick-and-Dirty Formatting Before Printing
UNIX Power Tools, 43.10. Filename Headers Above Files Without pr
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: pr
-n option
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.3. Breakpoints
UNIX Power Tools, 25.21. Numbering Lines
-t option : UNIX Power Tools, 25.21. Numbering Lines
-t -e command : UNIX Power Tools, 41.4.1. TAB Is Just Another Character to UNIX
screensize file
UNIX Power Tools, 42.6.2. Screen Width and Height: screensize
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
Scribe program : UNIX Power Tools, 43.12.3. Scribe
script command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: script
script interpreters : (see shells)
script program
UNIX Power Tools, 13.9. Send Output Two or More Places with tee
UNIX Power Tools, 51.5. Copy What You Do with script
ending : UNIX Power Tools, 51.5. Copy What You Do with script
examples : UNIX Power Tools, 51.5. Copy What You Do with script
running with lastcomm : UNIX Power Tools, 39.6. lastcomm: What Commands Are Running and How Long Do They Take?
script.tidy script
UNIX Power Tools, 51.6. Cleaning script Files
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
examples : UNIX Power Tools, 51.6. Cleaning script Files
setting control characters : UNIX Power Tools, 51.6. Cleaning script Files
scripts
Learning the vi Editor, 7.4. Using ex Scripts
sed & awk, 2.1. Awk, by Sed and Grep, out of Ed
sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
sed & awk, 2.2.1. Scripting
sed & awk, B.1.1. Shell Wrapper for Invoking awk
(see also ex commands)
(see shell scripts)
built by diff : Learning the vi Editor, 7.4.5. ex Scripts Built by diff
built-in commands implemented as : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1. Shell Scripts and Functions
comments in
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
Learning the vi Editor, 7.4.4. Comments in ex Scripts
debugging : sed & awk, 10.7. Debugging
examples of : sed & awk, 13. A Miscellany of Scripts
as files : sed & awk, 2.3.2. Script Files
format of : sed & awk, B.2.2. Format of a Script
modularizing : sed & awk, 10.7.3. Finding Out Where the Problem Is
names for : sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
order of precedence in command lookup
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1.1. Functions
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.3. Command-line Processing
passing parameters to : sed & awk, 7.10. Passing Parameters Into a Script
phrase (example script) : sed & awk, 6.5. To Join a Phrase
running : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1. Shell Scripts and Functions
sort text blocks : Learning the vi Editor, 7.4.3. Sorting Text Blocks: A Sample ex Script
stopping, sed : (see q command (sed))
SCROLL LOCK button : UNIX Power Tools, 42.2.1. Output Stopped?
scrolling : Learning the vi Editor, 3.1. Movement by Screens
with cursor stationary (z) : Learning the vi Editor, 3.1.2. Repositioning the Screen with z
error messages : UNIX Power Tools, 13.4. Problems Piping to a Pager
turning off : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.4. The Unresponsive Terminal
SCSI tapes : UNIX Power Tools, 20.6. Writing a Tape Drive on a Remote Machine
SD (Send Data) light : UNIX Power Tools, 42.2.4. Stalled Data Connection?
sdb debugger
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.2.2. ulimit
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sdb
UNIX in a Nutshell, 20.1. The Sdb Debugger
sdiff command
UNIX Power Tools, 28.4. Side-by-Side diffs: sdiff
UNIX Power Tools, 28.6. Choosing Sides with sdiff
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sdiff
searching : (see finding)
searching (vi)
and replace
Learning the vi Editor, 6.2. Context-sensitive Replacement
Learning the vi Editor, 6.4.2. Block Move by Patterns
backward for a pattern (?) : Learning the vi Editor, 3.3.1. Repeating Searches
combine opening a file with : Learning the vi Editor, 4.2.1. Advancing to a Specific Place
for general class of words : Learning the vi Editor, 6.4.1. Search for General Class of Words
global : (see global replacement)
ignoring case
Learning the vi Editor, 6.3.2. Metacharacters Used in Replacement Strings
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.1. The :set Command
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
matched brackets : Learning the vi Editor, 7.5.2. A Special Search Command
metacharacters treated like normal characters : Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
pattern matching
Learning the vi Editor, 3.3. Movement by Searches
Learning the vi Editor, 6.3. Pattern-matching Rules
(see also global replacement)
repeat (n, N)
Learning the vi Editor, 3.3.1. Repeating Searches
Learning the vi Editor, 6.1. Confirming Substitutions
within current line : Learning the vi Editor, 3.3.2. Current Line Searches
wrapping around file
Learning the vi Editor, 3.3.1. Repeating Searches
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
search path
UNIX Power Tools, 2.13. A .cshrc.$HOST File for Per Host Setup
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.4. Shell Search Paths
for awk files : sed & awk, 11.2.3.2. An awk program search path
setting : UNIX Power Tools, 8.7. Setting Your Search Path
specifying : UNIX Power Tools, 1.10. Internal and External Commands
search-and-replace : sed & awk, 1.2. A Stream Editor
matching extent : sed & awk, 3.2.12.1. The extent of the match
search.el file
UNIX Power Tools, 32.8. Rational Searches
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
secondary prompts : UNIX Power Tools, 9.13. Multiline Commands, Secondary Prompts
SECONDS shell variable
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.4.3.1. Miscellaneous Variables
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
secret keys
decrypting : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: keylogin
deleting : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: keylogout
secure network services
decrypting secret keys in : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: keylogin
deleting secret keys in : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: keylogout
security
Learning the Korn Shell, Summary of Korn Shell Features
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.2.1. Tracked Aliases
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3. System Security Features
circumventing write access : UNIX Power Tools, 22.11. A Loophole: Modifying Files Without Write Access
clear command and : UNIX Power Tools, 22.18. Clear Your Terminal for Security, to Stop Burn-in
encryption : (see encryption)
Korn shell features pertaining to : Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3. System Security Features
permissions : (see permissions)
problem with PATH
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.4.2.5. Command Search Path
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3.2. A System Break-in Scenario
restricted shell : (see restricted shell)
rm command and : UNIX Power Tools, 23.2. rm and Its Dangers
suid interactive shells : Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3.2. A System Break-in Scenario
Trojan horse schemes : Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3.2. A System Break-in Scenario
sed editor
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.1. Standard I/O
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.2. Patterns and Regular Expressions
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.2.2. Korn shell versus awk/egrep regular expressions
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.1. Installing the Korn Shell as the Standard Shell
UNIX Power Tools, 2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
UNIX Power Tools, 34.1. Two Things You Must Know About sed
UNIX Power Tools, 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
sed & awk, 1.2. A Stream Editor
sed & awk, 2.3. Using sed
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sed
UNIX in a Nutshell, 10. The Sed Editor
UNIX in a Nutshell, 10.4.1. Basic Editing
addressing : UNIX Power Tools, 34.4. sed Addressing Basics
addup script using : UNIX Power Tools, 49.7. Total a Column with addup
with awk : sed & awk, 2.5. Using sed and awk Together
branch command
UNIX Power Tools, 34.19. Making Edits Everywhere Except...
UNIX Power Tools, 34.24.3. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands
C shell and quoting : UNIX Power Tools, 34.23. sed Newlines, Quoting, and Backslashes in a Shell Script
checksed script : UNIX Power Tools, 34.3.1. checksed
command-line syntax
UNIX Power Tools, 34.2. Invoking sed
sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
sed & awk, A.1. Command-Line Syntax
sed & awk, 5.1. About the Syntax of sed Commands
commands for
UNIX Power Tools, 34.24. Quick Reference: sed
UNIX Power Tools, 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
sed & awk, 5. Basic sed Commands
sed & awk, 5.1. About the Syntax of sed Commands
sed & awk, 6. Advanced sed Commands
sed & awk, A.3. Command Summary for sed
UNIX in a Nutshell, 10.3. Syntax of Sed Commands
(see also under specific command)
delimiters
UNIX Power Tools, 34.7. Delimiting a Regular Expression
UNIX Power Tools, 45.35. Using a Control Character in a Script
documentation for : sed & awk, Other Sources of Information About sed and awk
-e option : UNIX Power Tools, 48.2. Online Phone and Address Lists
ed versus : sed & awk, 2.1. Awk, by Sed and Grep, out of Ed
edit non-matching lines : UNIX Power Tools, 34.19. Making Edits Everywhere Except...
editing scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 1.6. Power Tools for Editing
error messages : sed & awk, 2.3.1.1. Command garbled
eval combined with : UNIX Power Tools, 45.30.4. Using sed
examples
UNIX Power Tools, 44.14. Putting awk, sed, etc., Inside Shell Scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 45.30.4. Using sed
UNIX Power Tools, 48.2. Online Phone and Address Lists
UNIX Power Tools, 50.3. apropos on Systems Without apropos
UNIX Power Tools, 51.3. ASCII Characters: Listing and Getting Values
executing files using commands : UNIX Power Tools, 45.5. A File That Shows Itself... and What #! Does
-f option : UNIX Power Tools, 45.3. Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
fixing PATH : UNIX Power Tools, 4.10. Find All Command Versions with whereiz
hold space : UNIX Power Tools, 34.13. Hold Space: The Set-Aside Buffer
multiline delete : UNIX Power Tools, 34.18. Multiline Delete
multiple matches on a line : UNIX Power Tools, 34.11. Search & Replacement: One Match Among Many
-n option : UNIX Power Tools, 45.30.4. Using sed
next command
UNIX Power Tools, 34.15. Making Edits Across Line Boundaries
UNIX Power Tools, 34.24.3. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands
obtaining : sed & awk, Availability of sed and awk
options
sed & awk, 2.3.1. Specifying Simple Instructions
sed & awk, 2.3.2.4. Summary of options
(see also under specific option)
order dependency : UNIX Power Tools, 34.5. Order of Commands in a Script
organizing scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 4.3. Organizing Nonexecutable Scripts
parsing using : UNIX Power Tools, 45.30.4. Using sed
pattern space
UNIX Power Tools, 34.13. Hold Space: The Set-Aside Buffer
UNIX Power Tools, 34.15. Making Edits Across Line Boundaries
pattern-matching metacharacters : UNIX in a Nutshell, 6.2. Metacharacters, Listed by UNIX Program
patterns split across lines : UNIX Power Tools, 34.17. Searching for Patterns Split Across Lines
programming tips for : sed & awk, 4.5. Getting to the PromiSed Land
quick reference : sed & awk, A.1. Command-Line Syntax
quit command
UNIX Power Tools, 34.21. Uses of the sed Quit Command
UNIX Power Tools, 34.24.3. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands
quoting control characters : UNIX Power Tools, 34.8. Newlines in a sed Replacement
regular expression metacharacters : sed & awk, A.2.2. Regular Expression Metacharacters for sed
referenced matched string : UNIX Power Tools, 34.9. Referencing the Search String in a Replacement
runsed script : UNIX Power Tools, 34.3.2. runsed
search-and-replace examples : UNIX in a Nutshell, 6.4.1. Examples of Searching and Replacing
substitution commands : UNIX Power Tools, 45.35. Using a Control Character in a Script
test command : UNIX Power Tools, 34.20. The sed Test Command
transform command
UNIX Power Tools, 34.12. Transformations on Text
UNIX Power Tools, 34.14. Transforming Part of a Line
UNIX Power Tools, 34.24.3. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands
sedman script : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
"segmentation fault (core dumped)" error message : UNIX Power Tools, 50.12. Common UNIX Error Messages
segmentation violation : UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
select
Learning the Korn Shell, Summary of Korn Shell Features
Learning the Korn Shell, 5.4. select
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.3. Arrays
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.2.2.4. Reading User Input
Learning the Korn Shell, A.1. The Bourne Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
description : Learning the Korn Shell, 5.4. select
lists of names in : Learning the Korn Shell, 5.4. select
PS3 prompt in : Learning the Korn Shell, 5.4. select
redirecting I/O to : Learning the Korn Shell, 7.2.2.2. I/O Redirection and multiple commands
syntax : Learning the Korn Shell, 5.4. select
select command (ksh, sh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 4, Reference: select
selecting columns from files : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: cut
self-restarting jobs : UNIX Power Tools, 40.8. Automatically Restarting at Jobs
semaphore sets, removing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: ipcrm
semicolon : (see )
sending email messages
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.4.1. Sending Mail
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: mailx
to all users : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: wall
serial line
UNIX Power Tools, 5.7. What termcap and terminfo Do and Don't Control
UNIX Power Tools, 42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
service grades, listing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: uuglist
sessions
customizing : UNIX in a Nutshell, 3.2.2. Customization of Your UNIX Session
detaching : UNIX Power Tools, 3.7. Detaching a Session with screen
recording : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: script
unresponsive (hung) : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.4. The Unresponsive Terminal
set command
UNIX Power Tools, 6.8. Shell Variables
UNIX Power Tools, 14.10. Variables Help You Find Directories and Files
UNIX Power Tools, 44.19. The Bourne Shell set Command
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 4, Reference: set
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: set
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 9, Reference: set
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: set
-A (array assignment)
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.3. Arrays
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.3.3. String Formatting Options
arguments to : UNIX Power Tools, 44.19. The Bourne Shell set Command
-e option : UNIX Power Tools, 46.6. Watch Out for Bourne Shell -e Bug
examples
UNIX Power Tools, 44.18. Standard Command-Line Parsing
UNIX Power Tools, 44.19. The Bourne Shell set Command
UNIX Power Tools, 45.17. Making a for Loop with Multiple Variables
UNIX Power Tools, 45.36. Shell Lockfile
UNIX Power Tools, 48.7. cal That Marks Today's Date
listing variables : UNIX Power Tools, 6.1. What Environment Variables Are Good For
+o (turn off option)
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.3. Options
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.1.1. Set Options
-o (turn on option)
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.3. Options
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.1.1. Set Options
Learning the Korn Shell, A.1. The Bourne Shell
options
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1. Customizing vi
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.1. The :set Command
output of in next ksh release : Learning the Korn Shell, A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
parsing using : UNIX Power Tools, 45.30.3. Using set
quoting : UNIX Power Tools, 44.19. The Bourne Shell set Command
wildcards : UNIX Power Tools, 44.19. The Bourne Shell set Command
-xv option : UNIX Power Tools, 46.1.1. Use -xv
:set command (vi) : UNIX in a Nutshell, 8.10.1. The :set Command
set directory command : UNIX Power Tools, 30.35. Out of Temporary Space? Use Another Directory
set echo command : UNIX Power Tools, 2.16. Approved Shells: Using Unapproved Login Shell
set line numbers (:set nu) : Learning the vi Editor, 2.2.3. Movement Within a Line
set noglob command : UNIX Power Tools, 5.4. Setting the TERMCAP Variable with tset
set nonomatch command : UNIX Power Tools, 3.4. Automatic File Cleanup
set options
allow metacharacters in searches (:set magic) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
alphabetical list of : Learning the vi Editor, B. Setting Environment Options
assign a value : Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.1. The :set Command
autoindent (:set ai) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.5.1. Indentation Control
display tabs (:set list) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.5.1. Indentation Control
exrc : Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.3. Alternate Environments
ignore case (:set ic)
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.1. The :set Command
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
number lines (:set nu)
Learning the vi Editor, 3.4. Movement by Line Number
Learning the vi Editor, 3.4.1. The G (Go To) Command if
Learning the vi Editor, 5.2.2. Defining a Range of Lines
paragraphs (:set para=) : Learning the vi Editor, 3.2. Movement by Text Blocks
sections (:set sect=) : Learning the vi Editor, 3.2. Movement by Text Blocks
shiftwidth (:set sw=) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.5.1. Indentation Control
show matching brackets (:set sm) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.5.2. A Special Search Command
tabstop (:set ts=) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.5.1. Indentation Control
turn on or off : Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.1. The :set Command
window size (:set w=) : Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.1. The :set Command
wrapmargin (:set wm=)
Learning the vi Editor, 2.1. vi Commands
Learning the vi Editor, 2.2.3. Movement Within a Line
Learning the vi Editor, 2.3.8.1. Repeat
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
map example : Learning the vi Editor, 7.3.5. More Examples of Mapping Keys
wrapscan (:set ws)
Learning the vi Editor, 3.3.1. Repeating Searches
Learning the vi Editor, 7.1.4. Some Useful Options
set prompt test
UNIX Power Tools, 2.5.1. Quick Login
UNIX Power Tools, 2.9. Speeding Up Your C Shell with set prompt Test
set verbose echo command : UNIX Power Tools, 40.4. Choosing the Shell Run (We Hope) by at
setenv command (csh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: setenv
setenv command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: setenv
setgid bit : UNIX Power Tools, 22.5. Group Permissions in a Directory with the setgid Bit
setprompt alias : UNIX Power Tools, 7.11. dirs in Your Prompt: Better than $cwd
setterm command : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.6. Customizing Your Account
setup alias : UNIX Power Tools, 2.5.2. A Second Alias and Command File
setup files : (see configuration files)
storing information : UNIX Power Tools, 47.5. Using C Shell Arrays
SGID (set group ID) bit
UNIX Power Tools, 1.23. File Access Permissions
UNIX Power Tools, 1.25. Access to Directories
sh (Bourne shell)
Learning the Korn Shell, Preface
Learning the Korn Shell, Summary of Korn Shell Features
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.3. History of UNIX Shells
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.3.1. The Korn Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.3.2. Features of the Korn Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.4. Getting the Korn Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, 2. Command-line Editing
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.3. Options
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1.1. Functions
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.2. Shell Variables
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.2. Patterns and Regular Expressions
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.4. Command Substitution
Learning the Korn Shell, 5.1.3.1. String comparisons
Learning the Korn Shell, 5.4. select
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.1.3. getopts
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.2. Integer Variables and Arithmetic
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.1. I/O Redirectors
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.1.2. File Descriptors
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.5.4. Coroutines with Two-way Pipes
Learning the Korn Shell, 9. Debugging Shell Programs
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.1. Installing the Korn Shell as the Standard Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, A. Related Shells
Learning the Korn Shell, A.1. The Bourne Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
Learning the Korn Shell, A.4. pdksh
Learning the Korn Shell, A.5. bash
UNIX Power Tools, 1.8. There Are Many Shells
UNIX Power Tools, 1.33. UNIX Networking and Communications
UNIX Power Tools, 38.3. Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
UNIX Power Tools, 42.2.5. Aborting Programs
UNIX Power Tools, 44.2. Writing a Simple Shell Program
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.3. Types of Shells
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sh
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4. The Bourne Shell and Korn Shell
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: sh
(see also rsh utility)
{ } filename wildcards, adding
accidental logouts : UNIX Power Tools, 3.6. Stop Accidental Bourne Shell Logouts
advantages : UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.3. Types of Shells
aliases : UNIX Power Tools, 10.9. Shell Functions
arrays in : UNIX Power Tools, 45.34. Arrays in the Bourne Shell
background processing
UNIX Power Tools, 1.27. How Background Processing Works
UNIX Power Tools, 1.28. Some Gotchas with Background Processing
commands
list of : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.6. Built-in Commands (Bourne and Korn Shell)
multiline commands : UNIX Power Tools, 9.13. Multiline Commands, Secondary Prompts
C shell compared to
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.3. Types of Shells
UNIX Power Tools, 47.1. Why Not?
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2. C Shell Programming Considered Harmful
case statements
UNIX Power Tools, 2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
UNIX Power Tools, 44.5. Test String Values with Bourne Shell case
command lines as scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 44.2. Writing a Simple Shell Program
UNIX Power Tools, 44.15. Handling Command-Line Arguments in Shell Scripts
comments in scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 44.2. Writing a Simple Shell Program
UNIX Power Tools, 45.9. The Unappreciated Bourne Shell ":" Operator
compared to ksh and csh : UNIX in a Nutshell, 3.5. Differing Features
conditional expressions : UNIX Power Tools, 44.8. Test Exit Status with the if Statement
creating empty file : UNIX Power Tools, 21.7. Setting File Modification Time with touch
date formats : UNIX Power Tools, 7.12. External Commands Send Signals to Set Variables
debugging scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 44.8. Test Exit Status with the if Statement
UNIX Power Tools, 46.1. Tips for Debugging Shell Scripts
-e option : UNIX Power Tools, 46.6. Watch Out for Bourne Shell -e Bug
ending scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 44.11. Set Exit Status of a Shell (Script)
example scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 44.2. Writing a Simple Shell Program
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.5. Bourne Shell Used Here
UNIX Power Tools, 44.4. Testing How Your System Executes Files
UNIX Power Tools, 44.5. Test String Values with Bourne Shell case
UNIX Power Tools, 44.7. Exit Status of UNIX Processes
UNIX Power Tools, 44.8. Test Exit Status with the if Statement
UNIX Power Tools, 44.9. Testing Your Success
UNIX Power Tools, 44.10.1. Looping Until a Command Succeeds
UNIX Power Tools, 44.11. Set Exit Status of a Shell (Script)
executing scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 40.4. Choosing the Shell Run (We Hope) by at
UNIX Power Tools, 44.4. Testing How Your System Executes Files
features of : UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.5. Bourne Shell Used Here
grouping commands : UNIX Power Tools, 13.8. Using {list} to Group Bourne Shell Commands
hangups in : UNIX Power Tools, 38.18. nohup
ignoreeof variable : UNIX Power Tools, 3.5. Stop Accidental C Shell Logouts
interrupted : UNIX Power Tools, 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
invoking shell : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.8. Invoking the Shell
job control : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.7. Job Control
jot command used in : UNIX Power Tools, 45.11. The Multipurpose jot Command
logging out of : UNIX Power Tools, 3.2. Running Commands at Bourne/Korn Shell Logout
loops in
UNIX Power Tools, 9.12. The Bourne Shell for Loop
UNIX Power Tools, 44.10. Loops That Test Exit Status
mail notification : UNIX Power Tools, 21.8.2. For Bourne Shell Users
number crunching in : UNIX Power Tools, 45.11. The Multipurpose jot Command
overriding environment variables : UNIX Power Tools, 6.10. Running a Command with a Temporarily Different Environment
path names in scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 44.2. Writing a Simple Shell Program
pipelines in : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.4. More Elaborate Combinations
.profile file : UNIX Power Tools, 2.2.1. Bourne Shell
quoting in
UNIX Power Tools, 8.14. Bourne Shell Quoting
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.4. Quoting
random number generators : UNIX Power Tools, 45.11. The Multipurpose jot Command
reading .profile file : UNIX Power Tools, 5.6. Checklist: Terminal Hangs When I Log In
reading arguments : UNIX Power Tools, 8.13. Is It "2>&1 file" or "> file 2>&1"? Why?
redirecting input/output
UNIX Power Tools, 13.1. Using Standard Input and Output
UNIX Power Tools, 13.3. Send (only) Standard Error Down a Pipe
replacing with C shells
UNIX Power Tools, 45.6. Making Sure Your Script Runs with Bourne Shell, Without #!
UNIX Power Tools, 45.7. The exec Command
running scripts in
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.5. Bourne Shell Used Here
UNIX Power Tools, 45.6. Making Sure Your Script Runs with Bourne Shell, Without #!
script file extension : UNIX Power Tools, 1.17. Filename Extensions
setting restrictions on
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: rsh
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.9. Restricted Shells
simulated functions and aliases : UNIX Power Tools, 10.10. Simulated Bourne Shell Functions and Aliases
special characters/operators in : UNIX Power Tools, 8.19. "Special" Characters and Operators
standard input : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.2. Reading Files
standard output : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.4. More Elaborate Combinations
string editing operators : UNIX Power Tools, 45.12. Parameter Substitution
trapping signals
UNIX Power Tools, 7.12. External Commands Send Signals to Set Variables
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.3. Signals
tset command : UNIX Power Tools, 5.3. Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
-v option : UNIX Power Tools, 6.9. Special C Shell Variables
variables
UNIX Power Tools, 6.8. Shell Variables
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.5. Variable Syntax
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.3. Variables
environment variables
UNIX Power Tools, 6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.5. Variable Syntax
tracing : UNIX Power Tools, 8.17. verbose and echo Variables Show Quoting
-x option : UNIX Power Tools, 6.9. Special C Shell Variables
.sh filename extension : UNIX Power Tools, 1.17. Filename Extensions
.sh_logout file : UNIX Power Tools, 3.6. Stop Accidental Bourne Shell Logouts
SH_EXECD environment variable : UNIX Power Tools, 2.16. Approved Shells: Using Unapproved Login Shell
sh_init : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
on PowerTools disk : UNIX Power Tools, 50.8. Which Version Am I Using?
sh_logout : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
SHACCT shell variable : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
.shar filename extension : UNIX Power Tools, 1.17. Filename Extensions
shar files
UNIX Power Tools, 19.2. Introduction to Shell Archives
UNIX Power Tools, 52.8.2.4. Unsharring the Sources
uuencoded : UNIX Power Tools, 11.3. My Favorite Is !$
shar program
UNIX Power Tools, 19.2. Introduction to Shell Archives
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
shareable files : UNIX Power Tools, 52.5.3.1. Directory Structure
shared memory identifiers, removing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: ipcrm
SHAREPREFIX, CD-ROM : UNIX Power Tools, 52.8.1. Running the Build Scripts
sharing files : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.3. Protecting and Sharing Files
shebang : (see #! notation)
shell aliases : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 7.2. Shell Aliases and Functions
shell archives
UNIX Power Tools, 19.2. Introduction to Shell Archives
UNIX Power Tools, 19.4. A Simple Version of unshar
filename extension : UNIX Power Tools, 1.17. Filename Extensions
with GNU tar : UNIX Power Tools, 19.6. GNU tar Sampler
shell characters (emacs) : UNIX in a Nutshell, 7.2.11. Special Shell Characters
shell command (ex) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 9, Reference: shell
shell compilers : Learning the Korn Shell, 9. Debugging Shell Programs
shell escapes : UNIX Power Tools, 30.26. Shell Escapes: Running One UNIX Command While Using Another
starting a subshell : UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
shell functions : UNIX Power Tools, 10.9. Shell Functions
simulated : UNIX Power Tools, 10.10. Simulated Bourne Shell Functions and Aliases
shell metacharacters : (see metacharacters/wildcards)
shell parameters, with simulated functions : UNIX Power Tools, 10.10. Simulated Bourne Shell Functions and Aliases
shell prompt
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.1.2. Logging In
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.1.5. The Shell Prompt
shell prompts
backspacing over : UNIX Power Tools, 41.5. Why Some Systems Backspace over Prompts
PS1, PS2 variables : UNIX Power Tools, 6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
setting : UNIX Power Tools, 7.1. Why Change Your Prompt?
typing commands at : UNIX Power Tools, 38.3. Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
shell scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 1.12. What Makes a Shell Script?
UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
UNIX Power Tools, 44.1. Everyone Should Learn Some Shell Programming
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.2. Interactive Use vs. Shell Scripts
UNIX in a Nutshell, 3.2.3. Programming
(see scripts)
arguments passed to : UNIX Power Tools, 1.5. Anyone Can Program the Shell
for background processes : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: wait
commenting
UNIX Power Tools, 44.14. Putting awk, sed, etc., Inside Shell Scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 45.2. The Story of : # #!
control characters in : UNIX Power Tools, 45.35. Using a Control Character in a Script
directories : UNIX Power Tools, 1.10. Internal and External Commands
on enclosed CD-ROM : UNIX Power Tools, 52.1. Introduction
-f option
UNIX Power Tools, 45.2. The Story of : # #!
UNIX Power Tools, 45.3. Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
for loop : Learning the vi Editor, 7.4.1. Looping in a Shell Script
here documents : Learning the vi Editor, 7.4.2. Here Documents
highlighting prompts issued by : UNIX Power Tools, 41.10. Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
interrupted : UNIX Power Tools, 44.12. Trapping Exits Caused by Interrupts
job control via : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: jsh
naming : UNIX Power Tools, 44.21. Picking a Name for a New Command
nonexecutable : UNIX Power Tools, 4.3. Organizing Nonexecutable Scripts
permissions
UNIX Power Tools, 22.19. Shell Scripts Must be Readable and (Usually) Executable
UNIX Power Tools, 44.2. Writing a Simple Shell Program
(see also permissions)
reading files line-by-line : UNIX Power Tools, 45.22. Handling Files Line-by-Line
reading from standard input
UNIX Power Tools, 45.24. A Shell Can Read a Script from its Standard Input, But...
UNIX Power Tools, 45.25. Shell Scripts On-the-Fly from Standard Input
reading from terminal : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: line
running
UNIX Power Tools, 45.2. The Story of : # #!
UNIX Power Tools, 45.3. Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
UNIX Power Tools, 45.6. Making Sure Your Script Runs with Bourne Shell, Without #!
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: lptest
running as a daemon : UNIX Power Tools, 38.11. Printer Queue Watcher: A Restartable Daemon Shell Script
self-printing : UNIX Power Tools, 45.4. Fun with #!
self-removing
UNIX Power Tools, 45.4. Fun with #!
UNIX Power Tools, 45.10. Removing a File Once It's Opened - for Security and Easy Cleanup
self-renaming : UNIX Power Tools, 45.4. Fun with #!
sourceable : UNIX Power Tools, 10.5. Sourceable Scripts
sourcing : UNIX Power Tools, 44.23. Reading Files with the . and source Commands
submitting for execution at a later time : UNIX Power Tools, 40.3. The at Command
terminfo capabilities in : UNIX Power Tools, 41.10. Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
throwaway : UNIX Power Tools, 9.15. Throwaway Scripts for Complicated Commands
variables set by : UNIX Power Tools, 46.3. Bourne Shell Debugger Shows a Shell Variable
without using shell : UNIX Power Tools, 45.2. The Story of : # #!
-xv option : UNIX Power Tools, 46.1.1. Use -xv
shell setup files
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.6. Customizing Your Account
UNIX in a Nutshell, 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
SHELL variable
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.4.3.1. Miscellaneous Variables
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.5.1. Environment Variables
Learning the Korn Shell, A.1. The Bourne Shell
UNIX Power Tools, 6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
UNIX in a Nutshell, 5.3.5. Environment Variables
shell variables
UNIX Power Tools, 14.10. Variables Help You Find Directories and Files
UNIX Power Tools, 46.7. Quoting and Command-Line Parameters
(see also environment variables; variables; under specific variable name)
csh shell : UNIX in a Nutshell, 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
editing : UNIX Power Tools, 9.7. String Editing in ksh and bash
eval command and
UNIX Power Tools, 8.10. eval: When You Need Another Chance
UNIX Power Tools, 10.10. Simulated Bourne Shell Functions and Aliases
iterating over arguments : UNIX Power Tools, 46.7. Quoting and Command-Line Parameters
list of : Learning the Korn Shell, B.3. Built-in Shell Variables
setting : UNIX Power Tools, 6.8. Shell Variables
sh and ksh shells : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
shell wildcards : (see metacharacters/wildcards)
shell wrappers : UNIX Power Tools, 34.3. Testing and Using a sed Script: checksed, runsed
shells
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.1.4. The UNIX Shell
UNIX Power Tools, 1.2. Who Listens to What You Type?
UNIX Power Tools, 11.13. Shell Command-Line Editing
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3. What's a Shell, Anyway?
UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.3. Types of Shells
sed & awk, 1.4. Four Hurdles to Mastering sed and awk
sed & awk, 2.3.1. Specifying Simple Instructions
(see also command interpreters; command line)
(see also under specific shell name)
(see also under specific shell name)
approved : UNIX Power Tools, 2.16. Approved Shells: Using Unapproved Login Shell
as controlling process : UNIX Power Tools, 38.3. Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
curly braces in
UNIX Power Tools, 1.16. Wildcards
UNIX Power Tools, 1.18. Who Handles Wildcards?
customizing : UNIX Power Tools, 2.1. Customizing the Shell
executing commands from vi : Learning the vi Editor, 7.2. Executing UNIX Commands
executing external commands : UNIX Power Tools, 1.11. How the Shell Executes Other Commands
giving absolute pathnames to : UNIX Power Tools, 45.5. A File That Shows Itself... and What #! Does
interpreting commands : UNIX Power Tools, 8.1. What the Shell Does
invoking
UNIX Power Tools, 45.5. A File That Shows Itself... and What #! Does
UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.8. Invoking the Shell
UNIX in a Nutshell, 5.8. Invoking the Shell
login shells : UNIX Power Tools, 51.9. Making a "Login" Shell
multiple
controlling from one terminal : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: shl
multiple shell sessions : UNIX Power Tools, 12.9. Running Multiple Shell Sessions with screen
overview of : UNIX in a Nutshell, 3. The UNIX Shell: An Overview
passing command history to : UNIX Power Tools, 11.12. Pass History to Another Shell
programming : UNIX Power Tools, 1.5. Anyone Can Program the Shell
programming shell scripts : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 7.3. Programming
reading scripts
UNIX Power Tools, 45.24. A Shell Can Read a Script from its Standard Input, But...
UNIX Power Tools, 45.25. Shell Scripts On-the-Fly from Standard Input
references for further reading : Learning the UNIX Operating System, A.3. Shells
restricted : UNIX in a Nutshell, 4.9. Restricted Shells
running : UNIX Power Tools, 1.9. Which Shell Am I Running?
running programs without : UNIX Power Tools, 45.3. Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
selecting : UNIX Power Tools, 1.8. There Are Many Shells
starting a subshell from : UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
syntax : UNIX Power Tools, 13.1. Using Standard Input and Output
temporary files : UNIX Power Tools, 21.3. Unique Names for Temporary Files
tokens : (see tokens)
types (flavors) of : UNIX in a Nutshell, 3.3. Shell Flavors
types of : UNIX Power Tools, 44.3.3. Types of Shells
understanding # as comment : UNIX Power Tools, 45.3. Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
-v option : UNIX Power Tools, 45.25. Shell Scripts On-the-Fly from Standard Input
variants of : UNIX Power Tools, 38.3. Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
shells file : UNIX Power Tools, 2.16. Approved Shells: Using Unapproved Login Shell
shellutils : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
shift
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.1.1. shift
Learning the Korn Shell, 6.1.3. getopts
shift command
UNIX Power Tools, 44.17. Handling Arguments with while and shift
UNIX Power Tools, 45.15. How to Unset all Command-Line Parameters
examples
UNIX Power Tools, 44.17. Handling Arguments with while and shift
UNIX Power Tools, 45.15. How to Unset all Command-Line Parameters
handling command-line arguments : UNIX Power Tools, 44.17. Handling Arguments with while and shift
in Bourne shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.5. Using C Shell Arrays
in C shells : UNIX Power Tools, 47.5. Using C Shell Arrays
in while loops : UNIX Power Tools, 44.17. Handling Arguments with while and shift
removing command-line arguments : UNIX Power Tools, 44.15.2. With a Loop
unsetting command line parameters : UNIX Power Tools, 45.15. How to Unset all Command-Line Parameters
shift command (csh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: shift
shift command (ksh, sh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 4, Reference: shift
shl command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: shl
SHLVL environment variable : UNIX Power Tools, 7.9. Show Subshell Level with $SHLVL
shortcuts, keyboard : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 2.5.4. The Window Menu
showmatch script
UNIX Power Tools, 26.6. Just What Does a Regular Expression Match?
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
shrink-wrapped software for UNIX : UNIX Power Tools, 52.3. Shrink-Wrapped Software for UNIX
shutdown command
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: shutdown
(see also halt command; reboot command)
shutdown program : UNIX Power Tools, 1.14. The Kernel and Daemons
Sierra, Mike : UNIX Power Tools, 7.5. Multiline Shell Prompts
signal handling : UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
in Bourne shells : UNIX Power Tools, 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
of subprocesses : UNIX Power Tools, 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
signal names/numbers for trap command : UNIX Power Tools, 44.12. Trapping Exits Caused by Interrupts
signals
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.2. Job Control
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3. Signals
ALRM
Learning the Korn Shell, A.6. Workalikes on PC Platforms
Learning the Korn Shell, A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
DEBUG : (see fake signals)
description : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3. Signals
effect of on processes : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
ERR : (see fake signals)
EXIT : (see fake signals)
fake : (see fake signals)
HUP (hangup)
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4.3. Ignoring Signals
UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
UNIX Power Tools, 38.17. Automatically Kill Background Processes on Logout in csh
ignoring : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4.3. Ignoring Signals
INT
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4. trap
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4.1. Traps and Functions
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4.2. Process ID Variables and Temporary Files
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.1.2.1. EXIT
Learning the Korn Shell, A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
Learning the Korn Shell, A.6. Workalikes on PC Platforms
KILL
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.3.1. System V
lack of propagation to subshells
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6.1. Subshell Inheritance
Learning the Korn Shell, A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
listing : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3. Signals
other types of : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
in POSIX shell : Learning the Korn Shell, A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
propagation to subshells in next ksh release : Learning the Korn Shell, A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
QUIT
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.3.1. System V
sending with control keys : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
shown in background job status messages : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
specifying in trap command : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4. trap
STOP : Learning the Korn Shell, A.6. Workalikes on PC Platforms
TERM
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.2. kill
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4. trap
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4.2. Process ID Variables and Temporary Files
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.1.2.1. EXIT
Learning the Korn Shell, A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
trapping : (see traps)
TSTP
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.2. Job Control
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
signals, interprocess communication : UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
signals, tracing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: truss
signals, trapping : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.3. Signals
signing on to system : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: login
SIGWINCH (window changed) signal : UNIX Power Tools, 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
sin() : sed & awk, 9.1.1. Trigonometric Functions
sin command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: sin
sine function : UNIX Power Tools, 49.4. bc's Sine and Cosine Are in Radians
single quotation marks (')
sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
sed & awk, 2.3.1. Specifying Simple Instructions
single quotes : (see ')
single-user operating systems : Learning the UNIX Operating System, The UNIX Operating System
size command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: size
Size menu item (mwm) : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 2.5.4. The Window Menu
size, file : (see files, size of)
size, windows : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 2.5.3. Resizing Windows
sl script
UNIX Power Tools, 18.8. Showing the Actual Filenames for Symbolic Links
UNIX Power Tools, 21.8.1.3. Watching Directories
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
slash : (see /)
sleep : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.4. trap
sleep command
UNIX Power Tools, 3.1. Running Commands When You Log Out
UNIX Power Tools, 9.19. For the Impatient: Type-Ahead
UNIX Power Tools, 40.1. Off-Peak Job Submission
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sleep
in C shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
examples
UNIX Power Tools, 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
keeping port settings : UNIX Power Tools, 41.6. Using sleep to Keep Port Settings
in leave program : UNIX Power Tools, 48.5. leave: A Maddening Aid to Quitting on Time
uses of : UNIX Power Tools, 40.2. Waiting a Little While: sleep
sls program
UNIX Power Tools, 16.29. sls: Super ls with Format You Can Choose
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
smart echoing : UNIX Power Tools, 41.5. Why Some Systems Backspace over Prompts
smiley program : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
smileys : UNIX Power Tools, 51.12. You Don't Have Enough Smileys?
SNOBOL : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.2. Shell Variables
.so requests, eliminating in nroff or troff files : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: soelim
soelim command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: soelim
soft disk quota limits : UNIX Power Tools, 24.17. Disk Quotas
soft links : (see symbolic links)
soft mounting of NFS : UNIX Power Tools, 5.6. Checklist: Terminal Hangs When I Log In
software
on enclosed CD-ROM
UNIX Power Tools, 52.1. Introduction
UNIX Power Tools, 52.6. Don't Have a CD-ROM Drive?
installation programs : UNIX Power Tools, 52.5.3. Installing Pre-Compiled Binaries
source code
UNIX Power Tools, 52.7. Other Ways to Get the Software
UNIX Power Tools, 52.8. Building Programs from Source Code
Solaris 2.0 : UNIX in a Nutshell, 1.1. Merging the Traditions
generating index for : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: ptx
sort command
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.1. Standard I/O
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.2. I/O Redirection
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.3. Pipelines
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.8. Background Jobs
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.8.1. Background I/O
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
Learning the Korn Shell, 5.2. for
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.2.2. read
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.2.2. Suspending a Job
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 5.2.2. sort
UNIX Power Tools, 36.2. Sort Fields: How sort Sorts
sed & awk, 2.5. Using sed and awk Together
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sort
(see also comm command; join command; uniq command)
example of (sed)
sed & awk, 9.3.1. Writing a Sort Function
sed & awk, 9.3.3. Another Sorted Example
unique parameter : UNIX Power Tools, 36.6.1. Dealing with Repeated Lines
sorting
alphabetic vs. numeric : UNIX Power Tools, 36.5. Alphabetic and Numeric Sorting
array elements (tawk) : sed & awk, 11.3.2.1. Tawk language extensions
case-insensitive : UNIX Power Tools, 36.6.2. Ignoring Blanks
dictionary order : UNIX Power Tools, 36.6.3. Case-Insensitive Sorts
fields : UNIX Power Tools, 36.2. Sort Fields: How sort Sorts
files : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: tsort
joining lines of sorted files : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: join
removing duplicate lines : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: uniq
ignoring blanks : UNIX Power Tools, 36.6.1. Dealing with Repeated Lines
by last name : UNIX Power Tools, 36.9. Sorting a List of People by Last Name
lines in files
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 5.2.2. sort
UNIX Power Tools, 36.8. lensort: Sort Lines by Length
month order : UNIX Power Tools, 36.6.4. Dictionary Order
multiline entries : UNIX Power Tools, 36.7. Sorting Multiline Entries
reverse sort : UNIX Power Tools, 36.6.5. Month Order
text blocks : Learning the vi Editor, 7.4.3. Sorting Text Blocks: A Sample ex Script
Source Code Control System : (see SCCS)
source code, obtaining : (see obtaining)
source command
in C shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
redirecting : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
source command (csh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: source
source command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: source
source command (ex)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.4. Useful ex Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 9, Reference: source
source files, sending : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: uuto
--source option (gawk) : sed & awk, 11.2.3.1. Command line options
sourceable scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 10.5. Sourceable Scripts
SOURCEDIR, CD-ROM : UNIX Power Tools, 52.8.1. Running the Build Scripts
sourcing shell scripts : UNIX Power Tools, 44.23. Reading Files with the . and source Commands
in C shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
spacing : (see whitespace)
span, character
sed & awk, 3.2. A Line-Up of Characters
sed & awk, 3.2.8. A Span of Characters
sparse files : UNIX Power Tools, 24.18. Huge Files Might Not Take a Lot of Disk Space
spaste program : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
spawning processes : UNIX Power Tools, 38.2. fork and exec
special characters
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.2.2. More on Variable Syntax
UNIX Power Tools, 21.14. Automatically Appending the Date to a Filename
sed & awk, 2.3.1. Specifying Simple Instructions
sed & awk, 3. Understanding Regular Expression Syntax
(see also escape sequences, awk; metacharacters/wildcards; pattern matching)
in Bourne shell (sh) : UNIX Power Tools, 8.14.1. Special Characters
cat command for viewing : UNIX Power Tools, 25.6. What's in That White Space?
codes for writing : UNIX Power Tools, 41.11.1. Special Character Codes
escape : UNIX Power Tools, 51.3. ASCII Characters: Listing and Getting Values
in filenames : UNIX Power Tools, 1.15. Filenames
filenames with
UNIX Power Tools, 8.16. Quoting Handles Special Characters in Filenames
UNIX Power Tools, 16.14. Showing Non-Printable Characters in Filenames
UNIX Power Tools, 23.11. Deleting Files with Odd Names
special filenames
sed & awk, 11.2.1.4. Special filenames
sed & awk, 11.2.3.7. Additional special files
special keys, characters sent by : UNIX Power Tools, 41.12. Finding Out What Characters Your Terminal's Special Keys Send
speed : (see performance)
@speed, <speed, >speed calculations : UNIX Power Tools, 5.3. Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
spell : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1. Shell Scripts and Functions
spell checker program (example) : sed & awk, 12.1. An Interactive Spelling Checker
spell checking
UNIX Power Tools, 27.18. Fast Searches and Spelling Checks with "look"
UNIX Power Tools, 29.1. The UNIX spell Command
ispell program : UNIX Power Tools, 29.2. Check Spelling Interactively with ispell
spell command
UNIX Power Tools, 29.1. The UNIX spell Command
UNIX Power Tools, 29.3. How Do I Spell That Word?
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: spell
(see also ispell program)
-v option : UNIX Power Tools, 29.4. Inside spell
-x option : UNIX Power Tools, 29.4. Inside spell
spellcheck.awk program : sed & awk, C.1. Full Listing of spellcheck.awk
spellhist file : UNIX Power Tools, 29.4. Inside spell
spellprog program : UNIX Power Tools, 29.4. Inside spell
split command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: split
split command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: split
split command, loops using : UNIX Power Tools, 45.18.2. Use with Loops
split program : UNIX Power Tools, 35.9. Splitting Files at Fixed Points: split
split()
sed & awk, 8.4.4. Using split() to Create Arrays
sed & awk, 9.2. String Functions
sed & awk, 11.2.1.2. Obtaining individual characters
splitting files : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: csplit
Spool was an acronym - Simultaneous Printing Off and On Line. : UNIX Power Tools, 43.1. Introduction to Printing
spooling system : UNIX Power Tools, 43.1. Introduction to Printing
symbolic links : UNIX Power Tools, 43.5. Using Symbolic Links for Spooling
spreadsheets, calculators vs. : UNIX Power Tools, 49.8. It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
sprintf command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: sprintf
sprintf() : sed & awk, 9.2. String Functions
sqrt command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: sqrt
sqrt() : sed & awk, 9.1.1. Trigonometric Functions
squoze script : UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
srand command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: srand
srand() : sed & awk, 9.1.3. Random Number Generation
srchtxt command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: srchtxt
stack, directory : UNIX Power Tools, 14.6. The Shells' pushd and popd Commands
stacks : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
stale symbolic links : UNIX Power Tools, 18.5. Creating and Removing Links
stalled data connections : UNIX Power Tools, 42.2.4. Stalled Data Connection?
Stallman, Richard : Learning the Korn Shell, A.5. bash
standard error
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.1. Standard I/O
Learning the Korn Shell, 7.1.2. File Descriptors
UNIX Power Tools, 13.3. Send (only) Standard Error Down a Pipe
UNIX Power Tools, 44.9. Testing Your Success
UNIX Power Tools, 45.20. Overview: Open Files and File Descriptors
UNIX Power Tools, 45.21. n>&m: Swap Standard Output and Standard Error
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.1. Writing Files
(see also debugging; errors)
piping to pager : UNIX Power Tools, 46.1.1. Use -xv
redirecting
UNIX Power Tools, 45.20. Overview: Open Files and File Descriptors
UNIX Power Tools, 45.21. n>&m: Swap Standard Output and Standard Error
UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.1. Writing Files
saving to file : Learning the Korn Shell, 7.1.2. File Descriptors
standard input
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.1. Standard I/O
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 5.1. Standard Input and Standard Output
UNIX Power Tools, 13.1. Using Standard Input and Output
UNIX Power Tools, 13.13. The "Filename" -
UNIX Power Tools, 45.20. Overview: Open Files and File Descriptors
sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
(see also I/O)
in Bourne shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.2. Reading Files
in C shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.2. Reading Files
copying
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: tee
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: tr
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: vc
including directly on cron command line : UNIX Power Tools, 40.14. Including Standard Input Within a cron Entry
inheritance by subshells : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6.1. Subshell Inheritance
in kshdb break conditions : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.4. Break conditions
reading scripts from
UNIX Power Tools, 45.24. A Shell Can Read a Script from its Standard Input, But...
UNIX Power Tools, 45.25. Shell Scripts On-the-Fly from Standard Input
redirecting : (see redirection)
standard output
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.7.1. Standard I/O
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 5.1. Standard Input and Standard Output
UNIX Power Tools, 45.20. Overview: Open Files and File Descriptors
UNIX Power Tools, 46.1.1. Use -xv
sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
(see also I/O)
in Bourne shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.4. More Elaborate Combinations
in C shell : UNIX Power Tools, 47.2.1.4. More Elaborate Combinations
debugging
UNIX Power Tools, 46.1.1. Use -xv
(see also debugging)
inheritance by subshells : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6.1. Subshell Inheritance
in kshdb break conditions : Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.4. Break conditions
redirecting : (see redirection)
start of line : (see ^ (circumflex))
start of word : (see \<, \> escape sequences)
stat program
UNIX Power Tools, 1.22. How UNIX Keeps Track of Files: Inodes
UNIX Power Tools, 21.13. Read an Inode with stat
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
state, job : UNIX Power Tools, 12.6. Notification When Jobs Change State
state, revision (RCS) : UNIX in a Nutshell, 18.3.6. Specifying States
statements, awk : sed & awk, B.2.6. Statements and Functions
status command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: status
status command (lpc) : UNIX Power Tools, 43.3. Printer Control with lpc
status shell variable : UNIX in a Nutshell, 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
status shell varible : UNIX Power Tools, 6.9. Special C Shell Variables
status variable
UNIX Power Tools, 44.8. Test Exit Status with the if Statement
(see also exit status)
stderr : (see standard error)
stdin : (see standard input)
stdout : (see standard output)
stem-derivative rule : UNIX Power Tools, 29.4. Inside spell
step command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: step
stepi command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: stepi
sticky bit
UNIX Power Tools, 1.23. File Access Permissions
UNIX Power Tools, 1.25. Access to Directories
UNIX Power Tools, 22.6. Protecting Files with the Sticky Bit
stop command : UNIX Power Tools, 12.5. System Overloaded? Try Stopping Some Jobs
stop command (csh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: stop
stop command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: stop
stop command (ksh, sh) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 4, Reference: stop
stop list, spelling : UNIX Power Tools, 29.4. Inside spell
STOP signal : UNIX Power Tools, 38.8. What Are Signals?
stopi command (dbx) : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 20, Reference: stopi
stopped jobs : Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.1.8.1. Problem checklist
stopping sed scripts : (see q command (sed))
stream editor
sed & awk, 1.2. A Stream Editor
sed & awk, 2.1. Awk, by Sed and Grep, out of Ed
sed & awk, 4.4.4. Edits To Go
(see sed editor)
stream editors : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sed
stree script
UNIX Power Tools, 16.19. stree: Simple Directory Tree
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
strftime() : sed & awk, 11.2.3.11. Time management for programmers
string capabilities : UNIX Power Tools, 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
string I/O : (see print, read)
string operators
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3. String Operators
Learning the Korn Shell, A.1. The Bourne Shell
# (length) : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.4. Length Operator
:+
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
Learning the Korn Shell, 5.2. for
:-
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.4. Break conditions
:= : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
:?
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.5. Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
in next ksh release : Learning the Korn Shell, A.7. The Future of the Korn Shell
summary of functionality : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3. String Operators
syntax : Learning the Korn Shell, 4.3.1. Syntax of String Operators
strings
sed & awk, 3.1. That's an Expression
sed & awk, 7.6. Expressions
comparing : sed & awk, 9.2.5. The match() Function
concatenating : sed & awk, 7.6. Expressions
converting from numbers : sed & awk, 7.7. System Variables
editing
csh : UNIX Power Tools, 9.6. String Editing (Colon) Operators
ksh and bash : UNIX Power Tools, 9.7. String Editing in ksh and bash
editing operators : (see operators, string editing)
fixed : (see fixed strings)
functions for : sed & awk, 9.2. String Functions
length of : sed & awk, 9.2.2. String Length
limitations on : sed & awk, 10.8. Limitations
parsing into array elements
sed & awk, 8.4.4. Using split() to Create Arrays
sed & awk, 11.2.1.2. Obtaining individual characters
printing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: printf
processing, nroff/troff requests for : UNIX in a Nutshell, 12.5.10. Macro and String Processing
substitution functions (awk)
sed & awk, 9.2.3. Substitution Functions
sed & awk, 11.2.3.10. A general substitution function
substrings : sed & awk, 9.2.1. Substrings
strings command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: strings
strip command
UNIX Power Tools, 24.13. Save Space in Executable Files with strip
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: strip
stripper script
UNIX Power Tools, 24.13. Save Space in Executable Files with strip
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
stripping non-printable characters : sed & awk, 5.6.1. Stripping Out Non-Printable Characters from nroff Files
stty : Learning the Korn Shell, 1.9.5. Control Keys
to customize control-key signals : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.3.1. Control-key Signals
stty command
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 3.6. Customizing Your Account
UNIX Power Tools, 5.9. Setting Your Erase, Kill, and Interrupt Characters
UNIX Power Tools, 41.1. Delving a Little Deeper
UNIX Power Tools, 41.2.1. How We Made It This Far (Back?)
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: stty
changing communication parameters on the fly : UNIX Power Tools, 42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
finding out terminal settings with : UNIX Power Tools, 41.3. Find Out Terminal Settings with stty
stty -a command : UNIX Power Tools, 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
stty -g command : UNIX Power Tools, 42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
stty cbreak command : UNIX Power Tools, 41.7. Reading Verrrry Long Lines from the Terminal
stty icanon command : UNIX Power Tools, 41.7. Reading Verrrry Long Lines from the Terminal
stty nostop command : UNIX Power Tools, 12.7. Stop Background Output with stty tostop
stty size command : UNIX Power Tools, 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
stty size command : UNIX Power Tools, 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
su command
UNIX Power Tools, 2.4. Tip for Changing Account Setup: Keep a Shell Ready
UNIX Power Tools, 22.22. The su Command Isn't Just for the Superuser
UNIX Power Tools, 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: su
starting a subshell : UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
su stucklogin : UNIX Power Tools, 5.6. Checklist: Terminal Hangs When I Log In
sub()
sed & awk, 9.2. String Functions
sed & awk, 9.2.3. Substitution Functions
sed & awk, 11.2.3.10. A general substitution function
sub command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: sub
subdirectories : (see directories)
subdirectories : (see directories)
subprocess : (see child processes)
subprocesses : Learning the Korn Shell, 3.5. Customization and Subprocesses
subroutines, dot (.) command compared to : UNIX Power Tools, 44.23. Reading Files with the . and source Commands
SUBSEP variable : sed & awk, 8.5.1. Multidimensional Arrays
subshell operators
UNIX Power Tools, 2.2. Shell Setup Files-Which, Where, and Why
UNIX Power Tools, 13.10. How to tee Several Commands Into One File
subshells
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.1. Shell Scripts and Functions
Learning the Korn Shell, 8. Process Handling
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6. Subshells
UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
( ) operators for : UNIX Power Tools, 13.7. The () Subshell Operators
information passed from parent processes : Learning the Korn Shell, 3.5. Customization and Subprocesses
inheritance of properties from parent shells : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6.1. Subshell Inheritance
levels : UNIX Power Tools, 7.9. Show Subshell Level with $SHLVL
nested
Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6.2. Nested Subshells
Learning the Korn Shell, 9.2.3.6. Limitations
Learning the Korn Shell, A.2. The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
compared to code blocks : Learning the Korn Shell, 8.6.2. Nested Subshells
redirected loops running in : UNIX Power Tools, 45.23. The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
running : UNIX Power Tools, 46.6. Watch Out for Bourne Shell -e Bug
setting command-line parameters : UNIX Power Tools, 44.19. The Bourne Shell set Command
starting : UNIX Power Tools, 2.16. Approved Shells: Using Unapproved Login Shell
su command and : (see su command)
substitute
character (s) : Learning the vi Editor, 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
line (S) : Learning the vi Editor, 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
text (:s) : Learning the vi Editor, 5.1. ex Commands
substitute command (ed, sed) : (see s command (ed); s command (sed))
substitute command (ex)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.4. Useful ex Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 9, Reference: substitute
substituting text (sed)
sed & awk, 2.1. Awk, by Sed and Grep, out of Ed
sed & awk, 5.3. Substitution
(see also s command (sed))
relacement metacharacters : sed & awk, 5.3.1. Replacement Metacharacters
substitution command (:s)
Learning the vi Editor, 2.4. More Ways to Insert Text
Learning the vi Editor, 6. Global Replacement
substitution functions (awk)
sed & awk, 9.2.3. Substitution Functions
sed & awk, 11.2.3.10. A general substitution function
substr()
sed & awk, 9.2. String Functions
sed & awk, 9.2.1. Substrings
sed & awk, 11.2.1.2. Obtaining individual characters
substr command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: substr
substrings : (see strings)
subtraction (-) operator : sed & awk, 7.6. Expressions
suid
Learning the Korn Shell, A.6. Workalikes on PC Platforms
UNIX Power Tools, 1.23. File Access Permissions
UNIX Power Tools, 1.25. Access to Directories
suid shell scripts
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3.2. A System Break-in Scenario
Learning the Korn Shell, 10.3.4. Privileged Mode
sum command : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: sum
SunExpert magazine, article on awk : UNIX Power Tools, 44.14. Putting awk, sed, etc., Inside Shell Scripts
SunOS
Learning the Korn Shell, 1. Korn Shell Basics
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.3. History of UNIX Shells
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.9.5. Control Keys
Learning the Korn Shell, 4.4. Command Substitution
superuser : (see root user)
suppressing output
sed & awk, 2.3.2.2. Suppressing automatic display of input lines
sed & awk, 5.2. Comment
suspend character
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 6.1. Running a Command in the Background
UNIX Power Tools, 5.9. Setting Your Erase, Kill, and Interrupt Characters
suspend command
Learning the UNIX Operating System, 1.4. The Unresponsive Terminal
UNIX Power Tools, 38.4. Subshells
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 4, Reference: suspend
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: suspend
SVR4 (System V Release 4) : UNIX in a Nutshell, 1.1. Merging the Traditions
swapon command : UNIX Power Tools, 50.12. Common UNIX Error Messages
swapping
UNIX Power Tools, 39.3. The csh time variable
UNIX Power Tools, 39.12.2. The Memory Subsystem
UNIX Power Tools, 50.12. Common UNIX Error Messages
switch statements
UNIX Power Tools, 47.6. Quick Reference: C Shell switch Statement
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 5, Reference: switch
symbol cross-references
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: cscope
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: cxref
symbol tables, printing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: nm
symbolic links
UNIX Power Tools, 14.13. Which Directory Am I in, Really?
UNIX Power Tools, 18.4. More About Links
UNIX Power Tools, 24.4. Save Space with a Link
advantages : UNIX Power Tools, 18.3. Files with Two or More Names
between directories : UNIX Power Tools, 18.7. Linking Directories
copying : UNIX Power Tools, 18.15. Copying Directory Trees with cp -r
disk space and : UNIX Power Tools, 14.14. Automatic Setup When You Enter/Exit a Directory
filenames for : UNIX Power Tools, 18.8. Showing the Actual Filenames for Symbolic Links
finding
UNIX Power Tools, 17.13. Searching for Files by Type
UNIX Power Tools, 16.28. oldlinks: Find Unconnected Symbolic Links
relinking : UNIX Power Tools, 18.14. Relinking Multiple Symbolic Links
stale : UNIX Power Tools, 18.5. Creating and Removing Links
symbols
UNIX Power Tools, 44.15.1. With the $@"
(see also under specific symbol names)
in filenames and pathnames : UNIX Power Tools, 44.15.1. With the $@"
reference for : Learning the UNIX Operating System, B.2. Special Symbols
terms for : UNIX Power Tools, 51.8. Type Bang Splat. Don't Forget the Rabbit Ears
sync program : UNIX Power Tools, 1.14. The Kernel and Daemons
syntax
command-line
sed & awk, 2.2. Command-Line Syntax
sed & awk, A.1. Command-Line Syntax
sed commands : sed & awk, 5.1. About the Syntax of sed Commands
"Syntax error" error message : UNIX Power Tools, 46.4. Stop Syntax Errors in Numeric Tests
system
commands, replacing : UNIX Power Tools, 8.7.1. Setting Path in Shell Setup Files
recovering from crash : Learning the vi Editor, 4.2.3. Recovering a Buffer
current system name : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: uname
load, checking : UNIX Power Tools, 39.7. Checking System Load: uptime
overloaded : UNIX Power Tools, 12.5. System Overloaded? Try Stopping Some Jobs
password file contents : UNIX Power Tools, 1.9. Which Shell Am I Running?
performance issues : UNIX Power Tools, 39.12. What Makes Your Computer Slow? How Do You Fix It?
resources, fundamental : UNIX Power Tools, 39.12. What Makes Your Computer Slow? How Do You Fix It?
system time
UNIX Power Tools, 39.2. Timing Programs
UNIX Power Tools, 39.5. Why Is the System So Slow?
sed & awk, 11.2.3.11. Time management for programmers
system-state CPU time : UNIX Power Tools, 39.5. Why Is the System So Slow?
tracing system calls : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: truss
usage information
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: time
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: timex
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: w
logged-in users : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: ruptime
printing : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: uptime
variables (awk) : UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.3. awk System Variables
system() : sed & awk, 10.3. The system() Function
system command (awk)
UNIX Power Tools, 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 11, Reference: system
system dictionary, adding to : UNIX in a Nutshell, Chapter 2, Reference: spell
System III : Learning the Korn Shell, 1.9.5. Control Keys
System V Release 4
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.3.1. The Korn Shell
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.4. Getting the Korn Shell
UNIX in a Nutshell, 1.1. Merging the Traditions
System V UNIX
Learning the Korn Shell, 1.9.5. Control Keys
Learning the Korn Shell, 3.4.2.4. Terminal Types
alternatives for : UNIX Power Tools, 50.8. Which Version Am I Using?
C shell nice command : UNIX Power Tools, 39.9.3. System V C Shell nice
manual page categories : UNIX Power Tools, 50.1. UNIX Online Documentation
printing commands : UNIX Power Tools, 43.2.1. System V Printing Commands
standalone nice command : UNIX Power Tools, 39.9.4. System V Standalone nice
tape archiver (cpio) : UNIX Power Tools, 19.9. A System V Tape Archiver: cpio
which command : UNIX Power Tools, 50.8. Which Version Am I Using?
system variables
sed & awk, 7.7. System Variables
sed & awk, 8.6. System Variables That Are Arrays
sed & awk, B.2.5.5. System variables
awk : UNIX in a Nutshell, 11.4. Awk System Variables
gawk : sed & awk, 11.2.3.8. Additional variables
systime() : sed & awk, 11.2.3.11. Time management for programmers


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