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Cisco IOS Release 11.2 Configuration Guides/Command References


        Cisco IOS Release 11.2 Configuration Guides/Command References
            

Configuration Fundamentals Configuration Guide


            1cabout
            Using ClickStart, AutoInstall, and Setup
            Configuring Interfaces
            Access Server and Router Product Overview
            Loading Images and Configuration Files
            Managing the System
            Understanding the User Interface
            

Configuration Fundamentals Command Reference


            About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            ASCII Character Set
            ClickStart, AutoInstall, and Setup Commands
            Interface Commands
            Platform Support
            References and Recommended Reading
            Image and Configuration File Load Commands
            System Management Commands
            User Interface Commands
            

Security Configuration Guide


            Configuring Network Access Security
            About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring Traffic Filters
            Configuring Accounting and Billing
            Configuring Terminal Access Security
            Configuring Network Data Encryption with Router Authentication
            Security Overview
            Controlling Router Access
            

Security Command Reference


            Network Access Security Commands
            About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Traffic Filter Commands
            Accounting and Billing Commands
            Terminal Access Security Commands
            Network Data Encryption and Router Authentication Commands
            Router Access Commands
            

Access Services Configuration Guide


            Configuring TN3270
            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring AppleTalk Remote Access
            Making Connections to Network Devices
            Configuring LAT
            Overview
            Configuring Protocol Translation
            Configuring SLIP and PPP
            Configuring Telnet
            Configuring Terminal Lines and Modem Support
            Configuring XRemote
            

Access Services Command Reference


            TN3270 Commands
            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            X.3 PAD
            Configuring Modem Support and Chat Scripts
            AppleTalk Remote Access Commands
            Connection Commands
            LAT Commands
            Protocol Translation Commands
            Regular Expressions
            SLIP and PPP Commands
            Telnet Commands
            Terminal Line and Modem Support Commands
            XRemote Configuration Commands
            

Wide-Area Networking Configuration Guide


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring ATM
            Configuring DDR
            Configuring Frame Relay
            Configuring ISDN
            Configuring LAN Emulation (LANE)
            WAN Overview
            Configuring PPP for Wide-Area Networking
            Configuring SMDS
            Configuring X.25 and LAPB
            

Wide-Area Networking Command Reference


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            ATM Commands
            DDR Commands
            Frame Relay Commands
            ISDN Commands
            LAN Emulation Commands
            PPP Commands for Wide-Area Networking
            SMDS Commands
            X.25 and LAPB Commands
            X.25 Facility Handling
            

Network Protocols Configuration Guide, Part 1


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring IP
            Configuring IP Routing Protocols
            Overview
            

Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 1


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            IP Commands
            IP Routing Protocols Commands
            

Network Protocols Configuration Guide, Part 2


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring AppleTalk
            Configuring Novell IPX
            Overview
            

Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 2


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            AppleTalk Commands
            Novell IPX Commands
            

Network Protocols Configuration Guide, Part 3


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring Apollo Domain
            Configuring ISO CLNS
            Configuring DECnet
            Network Protocols Overview
            Configuring Banyan VINES
            Configuring XNS
            

Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 3


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Apollo Domain Commands
            ISO CLNS Commands
            DECnet Commands
            Banyan VINES Commands
            XNS Commands
            

Bridging and IBM Networking Configuration Guide


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            Configuring Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking
            Configuring Data-Link Switching Plus
            Configuring DSPU and SNA Service Point Support
            Configuring SNA Frame Relay Access Support
            Configuring IBM Channel Attach
            Configuring IBM Network Media Translation
            Configuring NCIA Client/Server Topologies
            Bridging and IBM Networking Overview
            Configuring Remote Source-Route Bridging
            Configuring LLC2 and SDLC Parameters
            Configuring Source-Route Bridging
            Configuring STUN and BSTUN
            Configuring Transparent Bridging
            

Bridging and IBM Networking Command Reference


            About The Cisco IOS Software Documentation
            APPN Configuration Commands
            DLSw+ Configuration Commands
            DSPU and SNA Service Point Support Commands
            SNA Frame Relay Access Support Commands
            IBM Channel Attach Commands
            IBM Network Media Translation Commands
            NCIA Server Configuration Commands
            Remote Source-Route Bridging Commands
            LLC2 and SDLC Commands
            Source-Route Bridging Commands
            STUN and BSTUN Commands
            Transparent Bridging Commands
            Ethernet Type Codes
        

Cisco IOS Release 12.0


        Cisco IOS Release 12.0
            

Caveats


            

New Feature Documentation


                

New Features in 12.0-Based Limited Lifetime Releases


                    

New Features in Release 12.0 XA


                        

New Features in Release 12.0(1)XA


                        Triple DES for IPSec
                        IOS Firewall Feature Set
                        ISDN BRI Backup on the Cisco MC3810
                        Common Channel Signaling
                        Call Detail Records
                        Cisco MC3810-IGX Interworking
                        ISDN PRI Q.SIG Voice Signaling
                    

New Features in Release 12.0 XB


                        

New Features in Release 12.0(1)XB


                    

New Features in Release 12.0 XC


                        

New Features in Release 12.0(2)XC


                        Modem over BRI for the Cisco 3640 Router
                        Cisco uBR7200 Series Feature Enhancements in Release 12.0
                    

New Features in Release 12.0 XD


                        

New Features in Release 12.0(2)XD


                        Using Cisco 3600/2600 Series Routers as H.323 VoIP Gateways
                        BERT/TDM Enhancements for Cisco AS5300 8PRI/4T Cards
                    

New Features in Release 12.0 XE


                        

New Features in Release 12.0(1)XE


                        

New Features in Release 12.0(2)XE


                

New Features in Release 12.0 T


                System Error Messages for Cisco IOS Release 12.0 T
                    

New Features in Release 12.0(1)T


                    C8510
                    E1 R2 Signaling for Cisco 3620 and 3640
                    Cisco IOS IEEE 802.1Q Support
                    CLI String Search
                    Cisco IOS DHCP Server
                    Cisco IOS Firewall Feature Set
                    IPX Display and Debug Enhancements
                    ISDN MIB RFC2127
                    Layer Two Tunnel Protocol (L2TP)
                    Mobile IP
                    IETF-Compliant PPP over ATM
                    ATM PVC Trap Support
                    IOS STP Enhancement
                    Time-Based Access Lists Using Time Ranges
                    Triggered Extensions to RIP
                    Token Ring VLAN Support on the Route Switch Module
                    

New Features in Release 12.0(2)T


                    Triple DES Encryption for IPSec
                    R1 Signaling for Cisco AS5800 Access Server
                    Airline Product Set
                    ISDN BRI Backup on the Cisco MC3810
                    Common Channel Signaling (CCS)
                    Call Detail Records (CDR)
                    Selecting AAA Servers Using DNIS Numbers
                    Cisco MC3810-IGX Interworking
                    ISDN PRI QSIG Voice Signaling
                    RSVP MIB
                    

New Features in Release 12.0(3)T


                    Large Scale Dialout
            

Configuration Guides and Command References


                

Dial Solutions Configuration Guide


                About This Manual
                Configuring X.25 on ISDN Using AO/DI
                Configuring AppleTalk Remote Access
                Configuring Asynchronous Callback
                Preparing for Asynchronous DDR
                Configuring Asynchronous PPP and SLIP
                Configuring the Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol
                Setting Up ISDN Basic Rate Service
                Configuring PPP Callback for DDR
                Configuring ISDN Caller ID Callback
                Configuring Channelized E1 & T1
                Configuring Dial Backup for Dialer Profiles
                Configuring Dial Backup Using Dialer Watch
                Configuring Dial Backup for Serial Lines
                Configuring Peer-to-Peer DDR with Dialer Profiles
                Configuring DialOut
                Enterprise Dial Scenarios & Configurations
                Configuring Easy IP
                Deciding and Preparing to Configure DDR
                Configuring Legacy DDR Hubs
                Configuring Multichassis Multilink PPP
                Configuring Modem Support & Asynchronous Devices
                Managing Modems
                Configure Support for NASI Clients to Access Network Resources
                Dial Networking Business Applications
                Configuring the Cisco PAD
                Per-User Configuration
                Overview of Interfaces, Controllers, and Lines Used for Dial Ac
                Configuring Media-Independent PPP & Multilink PPP
                Configuring Protocol Translation & Virtual Asynchronous Devices
                Establishing a Reverse Telnet Session to a Modem
                Configuring ISDN Special Signaling
                Configuring Snapshot Routing
                Telco and ISP Dial Scenarios and Configurations
                Configuring Legacy DDR Spokes
                Configuring Synchronous Serial Ports
                Configuring Dial-In Terminal Services
                Configuring Terminal Operating Characteristics for Dial-In Sess
                Configuring V.120 Access
                Configuring Virtual Private Dialup Networks
                Configuring Virtual Profiles
                Configuring Virtual Template Interfaces
                Configuring X.25 on ISDN
                

Dial Solutions Command Reference


                About This Manual
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Dial-In Port Setup


                    ISDN Basic Rate Service Setup Commands
                    Channelized E1 & Channelized T1 Setup Commands
                    Modem Support & Async Device Commands
                    Modem Management Commands
                    Special ISDN Signaling Commands
                    Synchronous Serial Port Setup Commands
                    Terminal Characteristics Commands for Dial Sessions
                    

Dial;-Related Addressing Services


                    Easy IP Commands
                    

Appendixes


                    X.3 Pad Parameters
                    Configure Modem Support & Chat Scripts
                    Regular Expressions
                    

Dial-In Terminal Service & Remote Node Config


                    AppleTalk Remote Access Commands
                    Asynchronous PPP and SLIP Commands
                    PAD and X.25 Connection Setup Commands
                    Media-Independent PPP & Multilink PPP Commands
                    Protocol Translation & Virtual Async Device Commands
                    Dial-In Terminal Service Commands
                    V.120 Access Commands
                    

Dial-on-Demand Routing


                    Asynchronous DDR Preparation Commands
                    Peer-to-Peer DDR with Dialer Profiles Commands
                    DDR Preparation Commands
                    Legacy DDR Hub Commands
                    Legacy DDR Spokes Commands
                    

Dial Backup


                    Dialer Profiles Backup Commands
                    Dial Backup Using Dialer Watch Commands
                    Dial Backup for Serial Lines Commands
                    

Dial-Out Modem Pooling


                    NASI Commands
                    

Large-Scale Dial Solutions


                    Multichassis Multilink PPP Commands
                    Virtual Profiles Commands
                    Virtual Template Interface Commands
                    

Cost-Control Solutions


                    Asynchronous Callback Commands
                    PPP Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol Commands
                    PPP Callback Commands for DDR
                    ISDN Caller ID Callback Commands
                    Snapshot Routing Commands
                    

Virtual Private Dialup Networks


                    Virtual Private Dialup Network Commands
                    

Other Network Traffic on ISDN Channels


                    X.25 on ISDN Using AO/DI Commands
                    X.25 on ISDN Commands
                

Configuration Fundamentals Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Configuration Fundamentals Overview
                    

Cisco IOS User Interfaces


                    

File Management


                    Configuring Additional File Transfer Functions
                    Modifying, Downloading, and Maintaining Configuration Files
                    Using the Cisco IOS File System
                    Loading and Maintaining System Images and Microcode
                    Maintaining Router Memory
                    Rebooting a Router
                    

System Management


                    Performing the Basic System Management
                    Monitoring the Router and Network
                    Configuring a System Controller
                    Troubleshooting the Router
                

Configuration Fundamentals Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Cisco IOS User Interfaces Commands


                    Configuration Tools Commands
                    Connections and System Banners Commands
                    Terminal Operating Characteristics Commands
                    Basic Command Line Interface Commands
                    Cisco IOS Web Browser Commands
                    

File Management Commands


                    Additional File Transfer Function Commands
                    Configuration File Commands
                    Cisco IOS File System Commands
                    System Image and Microcode Commands
                    Router Memory Commands
                    Booting Commands
                    

System Management Commands


                    Basic System Management Commands
                    Router and Network Monitoring Commands
                    System Controller Commands
                    Troubleshooting Commands
                    

Appendixes


                    ASCII Character Set
                    References and Recommended Reading
                

Bridging and IBM Networking Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Bridging and IBM Networking Overview
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Bridging


                    Configuring Source Route Bridging
                    Configuring Transparent Bridging
                    Configuring the Token Ring Inter-Switch Link
                    

IBM Networking


                    Configuring the Airline Product Set
                    Configuing APPN
                    Configuring Cisco Mainframe Channel Connection Adapters
                    Configuring Cisco Database Connection
                    Configuring Data-Link Switching Plus
                    Configuring DSPU and SNA Service Point
                    Configuring SNA Frame Relay Access Support
                    Configuring IBM Network Media Translation
                    Configuring NCIA Client/Server Topologies
                    Configuring Remote Source-Route Bridging
                    Configuring LLC2 and SDLC Parameters
                    Configuring Serial Tunnel and Block Serial Tunnel
                

Bridging and IBM Networking Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Bridging


                    Source-Route Bridging Commands
                    Transparent Bridging Commands
                    Token Ring Inter-Switch Link Commands
                    

IBM Networking


                    Airline Product Set Commands
                    APPN Configuration Commands
                    Cisco Mainframe Channel Connection Commands
                    Cisco Database Connection Commands
                    DLSw+ Commands
                    DSPU and SNA Service Point Commands
                    SNA Frame Relay Access Commands
                    IBM Network Media Translation Commands
                    NCIA Server Configuration Commands
                    Remote Source-Route Bridging Commands
                    LLC2 and SDLC Commands
                    Serial Tunnel and Block Serial Tunnel Commands
                    

Appendix


                    Ethernet Type Codes
                

Cisco IOS Interface Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Configuring LAN Interfaces
                Configuring Logical Interfaces
                Interface Configuartion Overview
                Configuring Serial Interfaces
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                

Cisco IOS Interface Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Interface Commands (access-list - cut-through)
                Interface Commands (delay - ignore-hw local-loopback)
                Interface Commands (interface - loopback remote)
                Interface Commands (mdl - service-module t1 timeslots)
                Interface Commands (show aps - show hub)
                Interface Commands (show interfaces - show inter. vg-anylan)
                Interface Commands (show ip interface - tx-queue-limit)
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                

Network Protocols Configuration Guide, Part 1


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                IP Overview
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

IP Routing Protocols


                    Configuring BGP
                    Configuring IP Enhanced IGRP
                    Configuring IGRP
                    Configuring IP Routing Protocols-Independent Features
                    Configuring Integrated IS-IS
                    Configuring IP Multicast Routing
                    Configuring On-Demand Routing
                    Configuring OSPF
                    Configuring RIP
                    

IP Addressing and Services


                    Configuring IP Services
                    Configuring IP Addressing
                

Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 1


                About the Cisco IOS Documentation
                    

IP Routing Protocols


                    BGP Commands
                    IP Enhanced IGRP Commands
                    IGRP Commands
                    IP Routing Protocol-Independent Protocols
                    Integrated IS-IS Commands
                    IP Multicast Routing Commands
                    On-Demand Routing Commands
                    OSPF Commands
                    RIP Commands
                    

IP Addressing and Services


                    IP Services Commands
                    IP Addressing Commands
                

Network Protocols Configuration Guide, Part 2


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Configuring AppleTalk
                Configuring Novell IPX
                AppleTalk and Novell IPX Overview
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                

Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 2


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                AppleTalk Commands
                Novell IPX Commands
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                

Network Protocols Configuration Guide, Part 3


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Configuring Apollo Domain
                Configuring ISO CLNS
                Configuring DECnet
                Network Protocols Overview
                Using the Cisco IOS Software
                Configuring Banyan VINES
                Configuring XNS
                

Network Protocols Command Reference, Part 3


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Apollo Domain Commands
                ISO CLNS Commands
                DECnet Commands
                Using the Cisco IOS Software
                Banyan Vines Commands
                XNS Commands
                

Quality of Service Solutions Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Introduction: Quality of Service Overview
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Classification


                    Configuring QoS Policy Propagation via BGP
                    Configuring Committed Access Rate
                    Classification Overview
                    Configuring Policy-Based Routing
                    

Congestion Management


                    Congestion Management Overview
                    Configuring Custom Queueing
                    Configuring Priority Queueing
                    Configuring Weighted Fair Queueing
                    

Congestion Avoidance


                    Congestion Avoidance Overview
                    Configuring Weighted Random Early Detection
                    

Policing and Shaping Overview


                    Configuring Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
                    Configuring Generic Traffic Shaping
                    Policing and Shaping Overview
                    

Signalling


                    Configuring RSVP
                    Signalling Overview
                    

Link Efficiency Mechanisms


                    Link Efficiency Mechanisms Overview
                    Configuring Link Fragmentation and Interleaving
                    Configuring RTP Header Compression
                

Quality of Service Solutions Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Documentation
                Quality of Service Commands (a - q)
                Quality of Service Commands (r-z)
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                

Security Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Security Overview
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)


                    AAA Overview
                    Configuring Accounting
                    Configuring Authentication
                    Configuring Authorization
                    

Security Server Protocols


                    Configuring Kerberos
                    Configuring RADIUS
                    Configuring TACACS and Extended TACACS
                    Configuring TACACS+
                    

Traffic Filtering and Firewalls


                    Access Control Lists: Overview and Guidelines
                    Configuring Context-Based Access Control
                    Configuring TCP Intercept (Prevent Denial-of-Service Attacks)
                    Cisco IOS Firewall Overview
                    Configuring Lock-and-Key Security (Dynamic Access Lists)
                    Configuring IP Session Filtering (Reflexive Access Lists)
                    

IP Security and Encyrption


                    IP Security and Encryption Overview
                    Cisco Encryption Technology
                    Configuring Internet Key Exchange Security Protocol
                    Configuring Certification Authority Interoperability
                    Configuring IPSec Network Security
                    

Other Security Features


                    Configuring IP Security Options
                    Configuring Password and Privileges
                    Neighbor Router Authentication: Overview and Guidelines
                    

Appendixes


                    RADIUS Attributes
                    TACACS+ Attribute-Value Pairs
                

Security Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)


                    Accounting Commands
                    Authentication Commands
                    Authorization Commands
                    

Security Server Protocols


                    Kerberos Commands
                    RADIUS Commands
                    TACACS, Extended TACACS, and TACACS+ Commands
                    

Traffic Filtering and Firewalls


                    Context-Based Access Control Commands
                    TCP Intercept Commands
                    Lock-and-Key Commands
                    Reflexive Access Lists Commands
                    

IP Security and Encryption


                    Cisco Encryption Technology Commands
                    Internet Key Exchange Security Protocol Commands
                    Certification Authority Interoperability Commands
                    IPSec Network Security Commands
                    

Other Security Features


                    IP Security Options Command
                    Passwords and Privileges Commands
                

Cisco IOS Switching Services Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Cisco IOS Switching Services Overview
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Cisco IOS Switching Paths


                    Configuring Switching Paths
                    Switching Paths Overview
                    

Cisco Express Forwarding


                    Cisco Express Forwarding Overview
                    Configuring Cisco Express Forwarding
                    

NetFlow Switching


                    Configuring NetFlow Switching
                    NetFlow Switching Overview
                    

Tag Switching


                    Tag Switching Overview
                    Configuring Tag Switching
                    

Multilayer Switching


                    Multilayer Switching Overview
                    Configuring Multilayer Switching
                    

Multicast Distributed Switching


                    Configuring Multicast Distributed Switching
                    

Virtual LANs


                    Configuring Routing between VLANs with IEEE802.10 Encapsulation
                    Configuring Routing between VLANs with ISL Encapsulation
                    Configuring LAN Emulation
                    Configuring MPOA Client
                    MPOA Overview
                    Configuring MPOA Server
                    LAN Emulation Overview
                    Routing between Virtual LANs Overview
                

Cisco IOS Switching Services Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Cisco Express Forwarding Commands
                LAN Emulation Commands
                Multicast Distributed Switching Commands
                Multilayer Switching Commands
                MPOA Commands
                Cisco IOS Switching Commands
                Tag Switching Commands
                

Voice, Video, and Home Applications Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Documentation
                About Voice, Video, and Home Applications
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                    

Voice


                    Configuring Synchronized Clocks on the Cisco MC3810
                    Configuring Frame Relay-ATM Interworking
                    Configuring Voice Ports
                    Configuring Voice over ATM
                    Configuring Voice over Frame Relay
                    Configuring Voice over HDLC
                    Configuring Voice over IP
                    

Video


                    Configuring Video Support
                    

Broadband


                    Configuring Universal Broadband Features
                

Voice, Video, and Home Applications Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Documentation
                Using Cisco IOS Documentation
                    

Voice


                    Voice-Related Commands
                    Voice Port Commands
                    

Video


                    Video-Related Commands
                    

Broadband


                    Universal Broadband Features Commands
                

Wide-Area Networking Configuration Guide


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                Configuring ATM
                Configuring Frame Relay
                Wide-Area Networking Overview
                Configuring SMDS
                Using Cisco IOS Software
                Configuring X.25 and LAPB
                

Wide-Area Networking Command Reference


                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                ATM Commands (abr through atm sonet stm-1)
                ATM Commands (atm txbuff through network-clock-select)
                Frame Relay Commands
                ATM Commands (oam-pvc through show atm traffic)
                ATM Commands (show atm vc through vc-class atm)
                SMDS Commands
                X.25 and LAPB Commands
                X.25 Facility Handling
            

Supporting Documents


                

Cisco IOS Software System Error Messages


                AAAA through APPN
                About the Cisco IOS Software Documentation
                ARAP through C1600
                C2600 through CT3
                CMCC-ADAPTER through CMCC-IPC_DRVR
                CMCC-LOADER through CMCC-XCPA
                DBCONN through FILESYS
                System Failure Error Messages
                FPGA through IPC_RSP_CBUS
                IPFAST through LPD
                M32X through NHRP
                NIC100 through RTT
                System Error Messages Overview
                S4T68360 through SWITCH
                SYS through TI1570
                TIB through XCPA
                

Debug Command Reference


                Debug Commands (debug aaa accounting - debug appn trs)
                About This Manual
                Debug Commands (debug arap - debug channel packets)
                Conditionally Triggered Debugging
                Debug Commands (debug clns esis events - debug dialer events)
                Debug Commands (debug dlsw - debug ip cef)
                Using Debug Commands
                Debug Command (debug ip drp - debug ip packet)
                Debug Commands (debug ip pim - debug ip wccp packets)
                Debug Commands (debug ipx ipxwan - debug kerberos)
                Debug Commands (debug lane client - debug local-ack state)
                Debug Commands (debug modem - debug ppp)
                Debug Commands (debug ppp bap - debug sdllc)
                Debug Commands (debug serial interface - debug tacacs events)
                Debug Commands (debug tag-switching adjacency - debug tag-switc
                Debug Commands (debug tarp events - debug voip ccapi inout)
                Debug Commands (debug vpdn - debug xns routing)
                    

Appendix


                    ISDN Switch Types, Codes, and Values
                    X.25 Cause and Diagnostic Codes
                

Dial Solutions Quick Configuration Guide


                About this Guide
                Routing Across Modem Lines
                IP, IPX, and AppleTalk Dial-Up Environments
                Configuring Access Service Security
                Using Cisco IOS Software
            

Release Notes


                

Cisco 1000 Series Routers


                Cisco 1000 Release Notes for release 12.0(2)T
                

Cisco 1400 Series Routers


                Release Notes for Cisco 1401 for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(2)T
                Release Notes for Cisco 1401 Router for IOS ver. 12.0(1)XA
                

Cisco 1700 Series Routers


                Release Notes for Cisco 1700 for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(2)T
                Rel Notes for 1700 Series Routers for IOS Release 12.0(1)XA
                

Cisco 2500 Series Routers


                Cisco 2500 Release Notes for release 12.0(2)T
                

Cisco 2600 Series Routers


                Cisco 2600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)
                Cisco 2600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)T
                Cisco 2600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XC
                Cisco 2600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XD
                

Cisco 3600 Series Routers


                Cisco 3600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(3)
                Cisco 3600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)T
                Cisco 3640 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XC
                Cisco 3600 Series - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XD
                

Cisco MC3810 Multiservice Access Concentrator


                Release Notes for Cisco MC3810 for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(2)
                Release Notes for Cisco MC3810 for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(2)T
                Release Notes for Cisco MC3810 for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(1)XA
                

Cisco 4000 Series Routers


                Cisco 4000 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(3)
                Cisco 4000 - Release Notes for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(2)T
                

Catalyst 5000 Series Route Switch Module


                

Cisco AS5200 Access Server


                Cisco AS5200 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)
                Cisco AS5200 - Release Notes for Cisco IOS Release 12.0(2)T
                

Cisco AS5300 Access Server


                Cisco AS5300 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)
                Cisco AS5300 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)T
                Cisco AS5300 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XD
                

Cisco AS5800 Access Servers


                Cisco AS5800 - Release Notes for Release 12.0 T
                Cisco AS5800 - Release Notes for Release 12.0
                

Cisco 6400 Universal Access Concentrator


                

Cisco 7000 Family Routers


                Cisco 7000 Family - Release Notes for Cisco Release 12.0(2)XE
                

Cisco 800 Series Routers


                Cisco 800 Release Notes for IOS Release 12.0(1)XB
                

CIP Microcode Release Notes and Upgrade Instructions


                

CPA Microcode Release Notes and Upgrade Instructions


                

Feature Pack Release Notes


                RN for Release 12.0(1)XB Feature Packs, Cisco 800 Series
                RN for Release 12.0(2)T Feature Packs, Cisco 1700 Series
                

Cisco uBR7200 Series Cable Routers


                Cisco uBR7200 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)
                Cisco uBR7200 Series-Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XC
                Cisco uBR7200 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)T
                

Cisco uBR900 Series Cable Modems


                    

Cisco uBR904 - Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XC


                    Cisco uBR904-Release Notes for Release 12.0(2)XC
                

Cross-Platform Release Notes


                Caveats for Cisco IOS Release 12.0
                Related Documentation
                Feature Tables
                New Feature Descriptions
                System Requirements
        help
        

Internetworking Technology Overview


         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         AppleTalk
         DECnet
         Internet Protocols
         Netware Protocols
         ntroduction to Internetworking
         OSI Protocols
         Banyan VINES
         XNS
         Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
         IGRP
         OSPF
         EGP
         BGP
         Маршрутизация OSI
         Transparent Bridging
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Source-Route Bridging
         Mixed-Media Bridging
         SNMP
         IBM Nework Management
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking
         Introduction to Internetworking











    

Sumy Documentation Project


    Sumy Documentation Project
        

Linux Administration Made Easy


        

Linux Administration Made Easy


        Preface
        Backup and Restore Procedures
        Various & Sundry Administrative Tasks
        Upgrading Linux and Other Applications
        Installation and Hardware Configuration
        Enterprise Computing with Linux
        Strategies for Keeping a Secure Server
        Help! Trouble in Paradise!
        Introduction
        Configuring the X Window System
        General System Administration Issues
        Custom Configuration and Administration Issues
        Linux Overview
        Domain Name Server (DNS) Configuration and Administration
        Internet User Authentication with TACACS
        Windows-style File and Print Services with Samba
        Breaking the Myths
        Macintosh-style File and Print Services with Netatalk
        Network File System (NFS) Services
        Configuration from A-Z with Linuxconf
        Server Restore Procedures
        One User's Perspective
        Cisco Router Configuration Backups
        Managing Processes
        Starting and Stopping Processes
        Automating Tasks with Cron and Crontab files
        Installing or Upgrading Without RPM
        Strategies for Keeping an Up-to-date System
        Linux Kernel Upgrades
        Upgrading a Red Hat Stock Kernel
        Building a Custom Kernel
        Copyright Information and Legal Disclaimers
        Moving to the Linux 2.2.x Kernels
        Configuring the Apache Web Server
        Configuring the Squid HTTP Caching Proxy Daemon
        Configuring the Sendmail E-mail Daemon
        High Availability with RAID
        Server Migration and Scalability Issues
        Booting Linux Installation Program
        File System Corruption after Power Outage or System Crash
        Where to Turn for Help
        Pointers to Additional Documentation
        A Plea for Help
        Partitioning Hard Drive(s)
        Setting up Swap Space
        Choosing Partitions to Format
        Choosing Desired Packages to Install
        Choosing a Linux Distribution
        Hardware Configuration
        Booting with LILO
        Downloading and Installing Red Hat Updates
        Using the X Desktop Manager
        Improving Font Appearance Under X
        Choosing a Window Manager for X
        GNOME Installation and Configuration
        KDE Installation and Configuration
        Creating User Accounts
        Changing User Passwords
        Disabling User Accounts
        Removing User Accounts
        Linux Password & Shadow File Formats
        System Shutdown and Restart
        

Debian FAQ.


        

The Linux XFree86 HOWTO


        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Список часто задаваемых вопросов (FAQ).
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Ресурсы и указатели.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: LILO коды ошибок при загрузке.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Пример каталога корневого диска.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Пример каталога сервисного диска.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Введение.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Загрузочные диски и процесс начальной загрузки.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Создание корневой файловой системы.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Выбор ядра.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Помещение их вместе: Создание диска (ов).
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Поиск неисправностей, или Агония Поражения.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Разнообразные темы.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO: Как pros делают это.
        The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO
        CD-Writing HOWTO
        CD-Writing HOWTO: Готовим ваш Linux к записи CD-ROM
        CD-Writing HOWTO: Создание CD
        CD-Writing HOWTO: Dear Winfried,...
        CD-Writing HOWTO: Поиск неисправностей
        CD-Writing HOWTO: Благодарности
        CD-Writing HOWTO
         Configuration HOWTO
         Configuration HOWTO: General System Setup
         Configuration HOWTO: Software Configuration
         Configuration HOWTO: The End
         Configuration HOWTO
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Совместимость
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Библиография
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Полезные ссылки
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Теоретическое обоснование
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Настройка вашего окружения
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Редактирование текста
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Использования кириллицы в программах электронной почты и чтения новостей
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Путешествие по русскому WWW
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: "Русскоязычные" текстовые процессоры
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Вывод на печать and PostScript
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO: Локализация и Интернационализация
        The Linux Cyrillic HOWTO
        DNS HOWTO
        DNS HOWTO: Введение
        DNS HOWTO: Настройка кеширующего сервера имен.
        DNS HOWTO: Простой домен.
        DNS HOWTO: Пример реального домена
        DNS HOWTO: Сопровождение
        DNS HOWTO: Преобразование настроек named из версии 4 в версию 8
        DNS HOWTO: Вопросы и ответы
        DNS HOWTO: Как стать более знающим администратором DNS.
        DNS HOWTO
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Введение
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Сети: Основы
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Немного программирования
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Оставшийся 1% дел
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Конец, пока что
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Благодарности
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Для нетерпеливых
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Встреча с bash
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Файлы и программы
        йЪ DOS/Windows Ч Linux HOWTO
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Гибкие и жесткие диски и тому подобное
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Что насчет Оконной системы?
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO : Настройка системы
        Из DOS/Windows в Linux HOWTO
        Как стать хэкером
        IPX Ч Linux HOWTO
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Настройка вашей Linux машины как сервер NCP.
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Настройка машины под Linux как клиента печати Novell
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Настройка вашей Linux-машины как сервера печати Novell
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Обзор команд пользователя и администрирования ncpfs
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Настройка PPP для поддержки IPX
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Тунелирование IPX через IP
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Коммерческая поддержка IPX для Linux.
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Некоторые часто задаваемые вопросы (FAQ)
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Сообщение об авторских правах
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Разное и благодарности
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Отказ от ответственности
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Относящаяся документация
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Некоторые термины, используемые в этом документе
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Краткое обсуждение топологии сетей IPX
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Файлы в файловой системе /proc, относящиеся к IPX
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: IPX утилиты Greg Pages
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Настройка вашей Linux-машины как маршрутизатора IPX
        IPX в Linux HOWTO: Настройка вашей Linux-машины как клиента NCP
        IPX в Linux HOWTO
        Linux Kernel HOWTO
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Советы и приемы
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Другие HOWTO, которые могут быть полезными
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Разное
        Linux Kernel HOWTO
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Как настраивать ядро
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Компиляция ядра
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Исправление ядра с помощью заплаток
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Дополнительные пакеты
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Некоторые ловушки
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Замечание для обновления до версии 2.0.x, 2.2.x
        Linux Kernel HOWTO: Модули
        Linux Kernel HOWTO
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO: Введение
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO: Ваш первый документ
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO: Настройка Emacs
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO: Ispell
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO: "Грязные" приемы
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO: Функция insert-sgml-header
        LinuxDoc+Emacs+Ispell-HOWTO
        уЕФЕЧБС РПДДЕТЦЛБ Ч мЙОХЛУЕ, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Глоссарий.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Линукс для интернет-провайдера ?
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Благодарности
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Авторские права.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Введение.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Использование этого документа (NET-3-HOWTO-HOWTO ?).
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Общая информация о сетевых средствах Линукса.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Общая информация по настройке сети.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Информация об IP- Ethernet-сетях.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Использование распространенного сетевого оборудования.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Другие сетевые технологии.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.: Разводка кабелей.
        Сетевая поддержка в Линуксе, Linux NET-3-HOWTO.
        NFS HOWTO
        NFS HOWTO: PC-NFS
        NFS HOWTO: README.first
        NFS HOWTO: Установка сервера NFS
        NFS HOWTO: Настройка клиента NFS
        NFS HOWTO: NFS через медленные линии
        NFS HOWTO: Безопасность и NFS
        NFS HOWTO: Контрольный список разрешения проблем монтирования
        NFS HOWTO: Часто Задаваемые Вопросы (FAQ)
        NFS HOWTO: Экспортирование файловых систем
        NFS HOWTO
        рЕЮБФШ Ч Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO)
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Ghostscript
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Как печатать на сетевой принтер
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Принтера предназначенные только для Windows
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Как печатать на факс-машину
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Как генерировать что-то стоящее печати
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Экранный просмотр файлов для печати
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Последовательные принтера под управлением lpd
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Credits
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Как печатать
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Устройства печати в ядре Linux
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Поддерживаемые принтера
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Какое программное обеспечение используется для буферизации печати?
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Как это работает, основы
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Как настроить - основы
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Где взять программное обеспечение для печати
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO) : Решения производителей
        Печать в Linux HOWTO (Linux Printing HOWTO)
        йУРПМШЪПЧБОЙЕ РЕЮБФЙ Ч Linux, HOWTO
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO: Печать под Linux
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO: Печать файлов
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO: Разные заметки
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO: Ответы на Часто Задаваемые Вопросы FAQ
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO: Решение проблем
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO: Ссылки
        Использование печати в Linux, HOWTO
        RPM HOWTO
        RPM HOWTO: Обзор
        RPM HOWTO: Основная информация
        RPM HOWTO: Использование RPM
        RPM HOWTO: Что я могу по-настоящему делать с RPM?
        RPM HOWTO: Построение пакетов RPM
        RPM HOWTO: Построение RPM для нескольких архитектур
        RPM HOWTO: Замечание об авторских правах
        RPM HOWTO
        Linux Security HOWTO
        Linux Security HOWTO: Что делать во время и после взлома?
        Linux Security HOWTO: Источники информации по безопасности
        Linux Security HOWTO: Глоссарий
        Linux Security HOWTO: Часто задаваемые вопросы ЧАВО (FAQ)
        Linux Security HOWTO: Заключение
        Linux Security HOWTO: Благодарности
        Linux Security HOWTO: Обзор
        Linux Security HOWTO: Физическая безопасность
        Linux Security HOWTO: Локальная безопасность
        Linux Security HOWTO: Безопасность файлов и файловой системы
        Linux Security HOWTO: Безопасность паролей & Шифрование
        Linux Security HOWTO: Безопасность ядра
        Linux Security HOWTO: Безопасность сети
        Linux Security HOWTO: Подготовка системы безопасности (до соединения с интернет)
        Linux Security HOWTO
        SMB HOWTO
        SMB HOWTO: Backing Up Windows Machines to a Linux Host
        SMB HOWTO: Авторские права
        SMB HOWTO: Благодарности
        SMB HOWTO: Дополнительная информация
        SMB HOWTO: Установка
        SMB HOWTO: Запуск демонов
        SMB HOWTO: Основная настройка (/etc/smb.conf)
        SMB HOWTO: Организация доступа к дискам Linux для машин под Windows
        SMB HOWTO: Доступ к дискам Windows из Linux
        SMB HOWTO: Доступ к принтеру Linux для Windows-машин
        SMB HOWTO: Доступ к принтеру Windows с машин работающих под Linux
        SMB HOWTO
        ъЧХЛ Ч Linux HOWTO
        Звук в Linux HOWTO: Технология звуковых карт
        Звук в Linux HOWTO: Поддерживаемое оборудование
        Звук в Linux HOWTO: Установка
        Звук в Linux HOWTO: Приложения поддерживающие звук
        Звук в Linux HOWTO: Ответы на часто задаваемые вопросы (FAQ)
        Звук в Linux HOWTO: Ссылки
        Звук в Linux HOWTO
        The Linux Sound Playing HOWTO
        The Linux Sound Playing HOWTO: Проигрывание различных форматов звука
        The Linux Sound Playing HOWTO: Другие полезные утилиты
        The Linux Sound Playing HOWTO: Ссылки
        The Linux Sound Playing HOWTO
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO: Аппаратные требования
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO: Установка XFree86
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO: Настройка XFree86
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO: Запуск XFree86
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO: Переводы
        The Linux XFree86 HOWTO
        

HOWTO in English


        DOS-Win-to-Linux-HOWTO
        ELF-HOWTO
        GCC-HOWTO
        Plug-and-Play-HOWTO
        Printing-HOWTO
        Printing-Usage-HOWTO
        README
        Software-Building-HOWTO
        Software-Release-Practice-HOWTO
        SRM-HOWTO
        User-Group-HOWTO
        UUCP-HOWTO
        VAR-HOWTO
        

Contents


        

Contents


        Before You Begin...
        Contents
        Contents
        Device Drivers
        Acquiring and Freeing Memory: Paging Policy
        The page fault handlers
        Paging
        80386 Memory Mangament
        Paging on the 386
        Segments in the 80386
        Selectors in the 80386
        Segment descriptors
        Macros used in setting up descriptors
        What is a Device Driver?
        Bibliography
        Normal Bibliography
        References
        Annotated Bibliography
        Tour of the kernel source
        Booting the system
        Spinning the wheel
        How the kernel sees a process
        Creating and destroying processes
        Executing programs
        User-space device drivers
        Accessing filesystems
        Quick Anatomy of a Filesystem Type
        The console driver
        How file operations are dispatched to the console
        Writing to the console
        Reading the console
        Keyboard management
        Switching the current console
        The selection mechanism
        ioctl()ling the device
        Example: vgalib
        The GNU General Public License
        Preamble
        Terms and Conditions for Copying, Distribution, and Modification
        Appendix: How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
         About this document ...
        Example: mouse conversion
        Device Driver Basics
        Namespace
        Allocating memory
        Character vs. block devices
        Interrupts vs. Polling
        Typographical Conventions
        The sleep-wakeup mechanism
        More advanced sleeping
        The VFS
        The lseek() function
        The read() and write() functions
        The readdir() function
        The select() function
        The ioctl() function
        The mmap() function
        The open() and release() functions
        Assumptions
        The init() function
        Character Device Drivers
        Initialization
        Interrupts vs. Polling
        TTY drivers
        Block Device Drivers
        Initialization
        The file blk.h
        Recognizing PC standard partitions
        The Buffer Cache
        Hacking Wisdom
        The Strategy Routine
        Example Drivers
        Supporting Functions
        Writing a SCSI Device Driver
        Why You Want to Write a SCSI Driver
        What is SCSI?
        SCSI phases
        SCSI Commands
        Getting Started
        Before You Begin: Gathering Tools
        The SCSI Interface
        The SCSI Interface
        The Scsi_Host Structure
        Variables in the Scsi_Host structure
        Functions in the Scsi_Host Structure
        The Scsi_Cmnd Structure
        Reserved Areas
        Scratch Areas
        Acknowledgements
        Network Device Drivers
        The /proc filesystem
        /proc Directories and Files
        Structure of the /proc filesystem
        Programming the /proc filesystem
        The scheduler
        The code
        How System Calls Work
        What Does the 386 Provide?
        How Uses Interrupts and Exceptions
        How Initializes the system call vectors
        How to Add Your Own System Calls
        Linux Memory Management
        Overview
        Physical memory
        A user process' view of memory
        Memory Management data in the process table
        Memory initialization
        Processes and the Memory Manager
        

LASG - Administravia


        

LASG - Table of contents


        LASG - Network services - CVS
        LASG - Changelog
        LASG - IP Security (IPSec)
        LASG - Virtual private networks
        LASG - Administrative tools
        LASG - Shell servers
        LASG - Limiting and monitoring users
        LASG - Log files and other forms of monitoring
        LASG - Attack detection
        LASG - Scanning / intrusion tools
        LASG - Software
        LASG - Distribution specific information
        LASG - General concepts, server versus workstations
        LASG - Backups
        LASG - The Linux kernel
        LASG - Checklists
        LASG - Appendices
        LASG - Certificate authority software for Linux
        LASG - Network services - DHCP
        LASG - Network services - DNS
        LASG - Network servers
        LASG - Installation of Linux
        LASG - Network servers
        LASG - Firewalling
        LASG - Network services - FTP
        LASG - Linux LDAP servers
        LASG - Network services - NNTP
        LASG - Proxy software
        LASG - SNA connectivity
        LASG - Network services - SNMP
        LASG - Network services - NTP
        LASG - User information
        LASG - System security
        LASG - Network services - HTTP / HTTPS
        LASG - WWW based email readers
        LASG - X Window System
        LASG - Secure Linux distributions
        LASG - Product specific information - Caldera
        LASG - Secure Linux distributions
        LASG - Product specific information - NetMAX
        LASG - Product specific information - Red Hat
        LASG - Product specific information - SuSE
        LASG - Product specific information - TurboLinux
        LASG - Password security
        LASG - File / Filesystem security
        LASG - Encrypting services / data
        LASG - Network security
        LASG - Network servers
        LASG - License and Warranty
        LASG - Network services - lpd
        LASG - Network services - NFS
        LASG - Network services - rsync
        LASG - Network services - SMB
        LASG - Network services - Tftp
        LASG - Vendor contact information
            Teleport Pro Messages
            Teleport Pro Messages
            Teleport Pro Messages
            Teleport Pro Messages
            Teleport Pro Messages
        

LASG - Table of contents


        

LASG - Table of contents


        LASG - License and Warranty
            

LASG - Administrative tools


            

LASG - Administravia


            

LASG - Appendices


            

LASG - Attack detection


            

LASG - Authentication


            

LASG - Backups


            

LASG - Checklists


            

LASG - Distribution specific information


            LASG - Vendor / support contact information
                

LASG - Secure Linux distributions


                

LASG - Product specific information - Caldera


                

LASG - Secure Linux distributions


                

LASG - Product specific information - NetMAX


                

LASG - Product specific information - Red Hat


                

LASG - Product specific information - SuSE


                

LASG - Product specific information - TurboLinux


            

LASG - Encrypting services / data


            

LASG - File / Filesystem security


            

LASG - Firewalling


            

LASG - General concepts, server versus workstations


            

LASG - Installation of Linux


            

LASG - Scanning / intrusion tools


            

LASG - IP Security (IPSec)


            

LASG - The Linux kernel


            

LASG - Log files and other forms of monitoring


            

LASG - Network security


            

Security techniques


            

LASG - Network servers


                

LASG - Network Based Authentication


                

LASG - Certificate authority software for Linux


                

LASG - Network services - DHCP


                

LASG - Network services - DNS


                

LASG - Network servers


                

LASG - Network servers


                LASG - Network file sharing - AFS
                LASG - Network services - CVS
                LASG - Network services - NFS
                LASG - Network services - Printing
                LASG - Network services - rsync
                LASG - Network services - SMB
                LASG - Network services - Tftp
                

LASG - Network services - FTP


                

LASG - Linux LDAP servers


                

LASG - Network services - NNTP


                

LASG - Proxy software


                

LASG - Shell servers


                

LASG - SNA connectivity


                

LASG - Network services - SNMP


                

LASG - Network services - NTP


                

LASG - User information


                

LASG - Network services - HTTP / HTTPS


                

LASG - WWW based email readers


                

LASG - X Window System


            

LASG - Software


            

LASG - System security


            

LASG - Limiting and monitoring users


            

LASG - Viruses


            

LASG - Virtual private networks


        

index


        

index


        

index


        

index


        

Список BBS для Linux


        Генеральная Общедоступная Лицензия GNU
        The GNU General Public License
        Приобретение и инсталляция Linux
        Знакомство с Linux
        Администрирование
        Дополнительные возможности
        Источники информации по Linux
        Список поставщиков Linux
        Учебные материалы по FTP и список серверов
        Список BBS для Linux
        

Linux - Advanced OS for All


        Linux - Advanced OS for All
        

Путь к LINUX


        Введение
        Устанавливаем собственную BBS
        Краткий путеводитель по CD-ROM с Linux
        Начальные сведения о Linux
        Выбор операционной системы
        Установка LINUX
        Установка графической оболочки X-Window
        Загрузка и разгрузка операционной системы
        Права доступа и регистрация в системе
        Подключение принтера
        Установка звуковой платы,Подключение стримеров с FDD-интерфейсом
        Путь к LINUX
        

Операционная система Linux - передовая технология для всех


        Free Software Foundation
        Общие сведения
        Свойства
        Аппаратное обеспечение
        Программное обеспечение
        Совместимость с другими ОС
        Сеть
        Тиражирование и развитие
        Поддержка
        Реалии
        Направление развития системы Linux
        Идеология свободного программного обеспечения и проект GNU: текущее состояние и ближайшие задачи
        Операционная система Linux - передовая технология для всех
        Интересные места в мире Linux
        

Операционная система Linux


        

Операционная система Linux


        Введение в LINUX
        Генеральная Общедоступная Лицензия GNU
        The GNU General Public License
        Приобретение и инсталляция Linux
        Знакомство с Linux
        Администрирование
        Дополнительные возможности
        Источники информации по Linux
        Список поставщиков Linux
        Учебные материалы по FTP и список серверов
        Список BBS для Linux
        

Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide


        Footnotes
        Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide
        Contents
        For version 1.1.0
        Hello, world
        Makefiles for Kernel Modules
        Multiple File Kernel Modules
        Character Device Files
        Multiple Kernel Versions Source Files
        The /proc File System
        Using /proc For Input
        Talking to Device Files (writes and IOCTLs)
        Startup Parameters
        Introduction
        System Calls
        Blocking Processes
        Replacing printk's
        Scheduling Tasks
        Interrupt Handlers
        Keyboards on the Intel Architecture
        Symmetrical Multi-Processing
        Common Pitfalls
        Changes between 2.0 and 2.2
        Where From Here?
        Who Should Read This
        Goods and Services
        Getting this Book in Print
        Showing Your Appreciation
        The GNU General Public License
        Index
        About this document ...
        Note on the Style
        Changes
        New in version 1.0.1
        New in version 1.1.0
        Acknowledgements
        For version 1.0.1
        

Locale "AS IT IS" - Introduction


        

Locale "AS IT IS" - Introduction


         Locale "AS IT IS" - Work
        Locale "AS IT IS" - Chars
         Locale "AS IT IS" - Categ
         Locale "AS IT IS" - Check
        Locale "AS IT IS" - More Info
        Locale "AS IT IS"- Unix i/o
        Locale "AS IT IS" - MIME
         Locale "AS IT IS" - NLS
        Locale "AS IT IS" - On
         Locale "AS IT IS" - Prog
         Locale "AS IT IS" - Std
         Locale "AS IT IS" - Install
         Locale "AS IT IS" - What
        

e


        Footnotes
        e
        Contents
        6.2.1 Basic Concepts
        8.6 Output
        8.6.1 Formatted Output
        8.6.2 Insert Characters/Lines
        8.6.3 Delete Characters/Lines
        8.6.4 Boxes and Lines
        8.6.5 Background Character
        8.7 Input
        8.7.1 Formated Input
        8.8 Options
        Output Options
        6.2.2 Creating Pipes in C
        8.8.1 Input Options
        8.8.2 Terminal Attributes
        8.8.3 Use Options
        8.9 Clear Window and Lines
        8.10 Updating the Terminal
        8.11 Video Attributes and Color
        8.12 Cursor and Window Coordinates
        8.13 Scrolling
        8.14 Pads
        8.15 Soft-labels
        6.2.3 Pipes the Easy Way!
        8.16 Miscellaneous
        8.17 Low-level Access
        8.18 Screen Dump
        8.19 Termcap Emulation
        8.20 Terminfo Functions
        8.21 Debug Function
        8.22 Terminfo Capabilities
        8.22.1 Boolean Capabilities
        8.22.2 Numbers
        8.22.3 Strings
        6.2.4 Atomic Operations with Pipes
        8.23 [N]Curses Function Overview
        9 Programming I/O ports
        9.1 Mouse Programming
        9.2 Modem Programming
        9.3 Printer Programming
        9.4 Joystick Programming
        10 Porting Applications to Linux
        10.1 Introduction
        10.2 Signal handling
        10.2.1 Signals under SVR4, BSD, and POSIX.1
        6.2.5 Notes on half-duplex pipes:
        10.2.2 Linux signal options
        10.2.3 signal under Linux
        10.2.4 Signals supported by Linux
        10.3 Terminal I/O
        10.4 Process information and control
        10.4.1 kvm routines
        10.4.2 ptrace and the /proc filesystem
        10.4.3 Process control under Linux
        10.5 Portable conditional compilation
        10.6 Additional Comments
        6.3 Named Pipes (FIFOs - First In First Out)
        11 Systemcalls in alphabetical order
        12 Abbreviations
         About this document ...
        6.3.1 Basic Concepts
        6.3.2 Creating a FIFO
        6.3.3 FIFO Operations
        6.3.4 Blocking Actions on a FIFO
        1 The Linux operating system
        6.3.5 The Infamous SIGPIPE Signal
        6.4 System V IPC
        6.4.1 Fundamental Concepts
        IPC Identifiers
        IPC Keys
        The ipcs Command
        The ipcrm Command
        6.4.2 Message Queues
        Basic Concepts
        Internal and User Data Structures
        2 The Linux kernel
        Message buffer
        Kernel msg structure
        Kernel msqid_ds structure
        Kernel ipc_perm structure
        SYSTEM CALL: msgget()
        SYSTEM CALL: msgsnd()
        SYSTEM CALL: msgctl()
        msgtool: An interactive message queue manipulator
        Background
        Command Line Syntax
        3 The Linux libc package
        Sending Messages
        Retrieving Messages
        Changing the Permissions (mode)
        Deleting a Queue
        Examples
        The Source
        6.4.3 Semaphores
        Basic Concepts
        Internal Data Structures
        Kernel semid_ds structure
        4 System calls
        Kernel sem structure
        SYSTEM CALL: semget()
        SYSTEM CALL: semop()
        SYSTEM CALL: semctl()
        semtool: An interactive semaphore manipulator
        Background
        Command Line Syntax
        Creating a Semaphore Set
        Locking a Semaphore
        Unlocking a Semaphore
        5 The ``swiss army knife'' ioctl
        Changing the Permissions (mode)
        Deleting a Semaphore Set
        Examples
        The Source
        semstat: A semtool companion program
        6.4.4 Shared Memory
        Basic Concepts
        Internal and User Data Structures
        Kernel shmid_ds structure
        SYSTEM CALL: shmget()
        6 Linux Interprocess Communications
        SYSTEM CALL: shmat()
        SYSTEM CALL: shmctl()
        SYSTEM CALL: shmdt()
        shmtool: An interactive shared memory manipulator
        Background
        Command Line Syntax
        Writing strings to the segment
        Retrieving strings from the segment
        Changing the Permissions (mode)
        Deleting the segment
        6.1 Introduction
        Examples
        The Source
        7 Sound Programming
        7.1 Programming the internal speaker
        7.2 Programming a sound card
        8 Character Cell Graphics
        8.1 I/O Function in libc
        8.1.1 Formatted Output
        8.1.2 Formatted Input
        8.2 The Termcap Library
        6.2 Half-duplex UNIX Pipes
        8.2.1 Introduction
        8.2.2 Find a Terminal Description
        8.2.3 Look at a Terminal Description
        8.2.4 Termcap Capabilities
        Boolean Capabilities
        Numeric Capabilities
        String Capabilities
        8.3 Ncurses - Introduction
        8.4 Initializing
        8.5 Windows
        

Linux General HOW-TO, Part 1


        

Linux General HOW-TO, Part 2


        

Nag short index


        

The Network Administrators' Guide


        Footnotes
        The Network Administrators' Guide
        The Network Administrators' Guide
        Other Types of Hardware
        The get Command
        The print Command
        Variable Names
        The if and goto Commands
        send, wait and sleep
        mode and default
        Running in Server Mode
        The Point-to-Point Protocol
        Untangling the P's
        PPP on
        The Internet Protocol
        Running pppd
        Using Options Files
        Dialing out with chat
        Debugging Your PPP Setup
        IP Configuration Options
        Choosing IP Addresses
        Routing Through a PPP Link
        Link Control Options
        General Security Considerations
        Authentication with PPP
        IP over Serial Lines
        CHAP versus PAP
        The CHAP Secrets File
        The PAP Secrets File
        Configuring a PPP Server
        Various Network Applications
        The inetd Super-Server
        The tcpd access control facility
        The services and protocols Files
        Remote Procedure Call
        Configuring the r Commands
        The Transmission Control Protocol
        The Network Information System
        Getting Acquainted with NIS
        NIS versus NIS+
        The Client Side of NIS
        Running a NIS Server
        Setting up a NIS Client with NYS
        Choosing the Right Maps
        Using the passwd and group Maps
        Using NIS with Shadow Support
        Using the Traditional NIS Code
        The User Datagram Protocol
        The Network File System
        Preparing NFS
        Mounting an NFS Volume
        The NFS Daemons
        The exports File
        The Automounter
        Managing Taylor UUCP
        History
        More Information on UUCP
        Introduction
        More on Ports
        Layout of UUCP Transfers and Remote Execution
        The Inner Workings of uucico
        uucico Command Line Options
        UUCP Configuration Files
        A Gentle Introduction to Taylor UUCP
        What UUCP Needs to Know
        Site Naming
        Taylor Configuration Files
        General Configuration Options-- the config File
        How to Tell UUCP about other Systems-- the sys File
        The Socket Library
        System Name
        Telephone Number
        Port and Speed
        The Login Chat
        Alternates
        Restricting Call Times
        What Devices there are-- the port File
        How to Dial a Number-- the dial File
        UUCP Over TCP
        Using a Direct Connection
         Networking
        The Do's and Dont's of UUCP-- Tuning Permissions
        Command Execution
        File Transfers
        Forwarding
        Setting up your System for Dialing in
        Setting up getty
        Providing UUCP Accounts
        Protecting Yourself Against Swindlers
        Be Paranoid-- Call Sequence Checks
        Anonymous UUCP
        Different Streaks of Development
        UUCP Low-Level Protocols
        Protocol Overview
        Tuning the Transmission Protocol
        Selecting Specific Protocols
        Troubleshooting
        Log Files
        Electronic Mail
        What is a Mail Message?
        How is Mail Delivered?
        Email Addresses
        Where to Get the Code
        How does Mail Routing Work?
        Mail Routing on the Internet
        Mail Routing in the UUCP World
        Mixing UUCP and RFC-822
        Pathalias and Map File Format
        Configuring elm
        Global elm Options
        National Character Sets
        Getting smail Up and Running
        UUCP Setup
        List of Figures
        Maintaining Your System
        Setup for a LAN
        Writing the Configuration Files
        Running smail
        If You Don't Get Through...
        Compiling smail
        Mail Delivery Modes
        Miscellaneous config Options
        Message Routing and Delivery
        Routing Messages
        The paths database
        System Security
        Delivering Messages to Local Addresses
        Local Users
        Forwarding
        Alias Files
        Mailing Lists
        UUCP-based Transports
        SMTP-based Transports
        Hostname Qualification
        Sendmail+IDA
        Introduction to Sendmail+IDA
        Outlook on the Following Chapters
        Configuration Files - Overview
        The sendmail.cf File
        An Example sendmail.m4 File
        Typically Used sendmail.m4 Parameters
        Items that Define Paths
        Defining the Local Mailer
        Dealing with Bounced Mail
        Domain Name Service Related Items
        Defining Names the Local System is Known by
        UUCP-Related Items
        Issues of TCP/IP Networking
        Relay Systems and Mailers
        The Various Configuration Tables
        The Master Sendmail.mc File
        So Which Entries are Really Required?
        A Tour of Sendmail+IDA Tables
        mailertable
        uucpxtable
        pathtable
        domaintable
        aliases
        Networking Interfaces
        Rarely Used Tables
        Installing sendmail
        Extracting the binary distribution
        Building sendmail.cf
        Testing the sendmail.cf file
        Putting it all together - Integration Testing sendmail.cf and the tables
        Administrivia and Stupid Mail Tricks
        Forwarding Mail to a Relay Host
        Forcing Mail into Misconfigured Remote Sites
        Forcing Mail to be Transferred via UUCP
        IP Addresses
        Preventing Mail from Being Delivered via UUCP
        Running the Sendmail Queue on Demand
        Reporting Mail Statistics
        Mixing and Matching Binary Distributions
        Where to Get More Information
        Netnews
        Usenet History
        What is Usenet, Anyway?
        How Does Usenet Handle News?
        C-News
        Address Resolution
        Delivering News
        Installation
        The sys file
        The active file
        Article Batching
        Expiring News
        Miscellaneous Files
        Control Messages
        The cancel Message
        newgroup and rmgroup
        IP Routing
        The checkgroups Message
        sendsys, version, and senduuname
        C-News in an NFS Environment
        Maintenance Tools and Tasks
        A Description of NNTP
        Introduction
        Installing the NNTP server
        Restricting NNTP Access
        NNTP Authorization
        nntpd Interaction with C-News
        IP Networks
        Newsreader Configuration
        tin Configuration
        trn Configuration
        nn Configuration
        A Null Printer Cable for PLIP
        Sample smail Configuration Files
        The GNU General Public License
        Preamble
        Terms and Conditions for Copying, Distribution, and Modification
        Appendix: How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
        Subnetworks
         About this document ...
        Introduction to Networking
        Gateways
        The Routing Table
        Metric Values
        The Internet Control Message Protocol
        The Domain Name System
        Hostname Resolution
        Enter DNS
        Name Lookups with DNS
        Domain Name Servers
        The DNS Database
        History
        Reverse Lookups
        Configuring the Networking Hardware
        Devices, Drivers, and all that
        Kernel Configuration
        Kernel Options in 1.0 and Higher
        Kernel Options in 1.1.14 and Higher
        A Tour of Network Devices
        Ethernet Installation
        Ethernet Cabling
        Supported Boards
        UUCP Networks
        Ethernet Autoprobing
        The PLIP Driver
        The SLIP and PPP Drivers
        Setting up the Serial Hardware
        Communication Software for Modem Links
        Introduction to Serial Devices
        Accessing Serial Devices
        Serial Hardware
        Configuring TCP/IP Networking
        Setting up the proc Filesystem
        How to Use UUCP
        Installing the Binaries
        Another Example
        Setting the Hostname
        Assigning IP-Addresses
        Writing hosts and networks Files
        Interface Configuration for IP
        The Loopback Interface
        Ethernet Interfaces
        Routing through a Gateway
        Configuring a Gateway
        TCP/IP Networks
        The PLIP Interface
        The SLIP and PPP Interface
        The Dummy Interface
        All About ifconfig
        Checking with netstat
        Displaying the Routing Table
        Displaying Interface Statistics
        Displaying Connections
        Checking the ARP Tables
        The Future
        Introduction to TCP/IP-Networks
        Name Service and Resolver Configuraton
        The Resolver Library
        The host.conf File
        Resolver Environment Variables
        Configuring Name Server Lookups-- resolv.conf
        Resolver Robustness
        Running named
        The named.boot File
        The DNS Database Files
        Writing the Master Files
        Ethernets
        Verifying the Name Server Setup
        Other Useful Tools
        Serial Line IP
        General Requirements
        SLIP Operation
        Using dip
        A Sample Script
        A dip Reference
        The Modem Commands
        echo and term
        

The Linux Network Management Pages


        Basic Network Capabilities of Linux
        Linux Network Commands
        Miscellaneous Network Management Tools for Linux
        Network Monitoring with Linux
        SNMP Querying with Linux
        

index


        

Linux-PAM - Pluggable Authentication Modules for Linux


        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Introduction
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Author/acknowledgments
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Bugs/omissions
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Copyright information for this document
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Some comments on the text
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Overview
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: The Linux-PAM configuration file
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Security issues of Linux-PAM
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: A reference guide for available modules
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Files
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: See also
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide: Notes
        The Linux-PAM System Administrators' Guide
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Introduction
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: See also
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Notes
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Author/acknowledgments
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Bugs/omissions
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Copyright information for this document
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Overview
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: The public interface to Linux-PAM
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Security issues of Linux-PAM
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: A library of miscellaneous helper functions
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Porting legacy applications
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Glossary of PAM related terms
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: An example application
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide: Files
        The Linux-PAM Application Developers' Guide
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Introduction
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Author/acknowledgments
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Bugs/omissions
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Copyright information for this document
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: What can be expected by the module
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: What is expected of a module
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Generic optional arguments
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Programming notes
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: An example module file
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Files
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: See also
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide: Notes
        The Linux-PAM Module Writers' Guide
        

The Linux Partition-Rescue mini-HOWTO


        

Contents


        Contents
        The Official Red Hat Linux Getting Started Guide - DOS
        Introduction
        Welcome to Linux
        A Note About Conventions
        The Root of the Matter
        How to Quit
        From Console Mode
        X Marks the Spot
        A Brand New You
        Shutting Down
        Pulling Yourself Up by the Boot
        A Good ``Man'' Is Easy to Find
        What is Rescue Mode?
        You Are Here
        Finding Yourself With
        Getting From Here to There:
        Looking Around With
        A Larger Picture of the Filesystem
        ``Washing'' the Window
        Using
        Using Redirection
        Appending Standard Output
        Redirecting Standard Input
        Pipes
        Stringing Commands Together
        Ownership and Permissions
        Fun with Numbers in
        Managing Files and Directories
        Shell Collecting
        Locating Files and Directories
        Command History and Tab Completion
        Identifying and Working with File Types
        Copying, Moving and Renaming Files and Directories
        What Do I Do Now?
        Getting the Documentation That's Right for You
        The X Window System
        Configuring Your Red Hat Linux System For Sound
        World Wide Web
        Good luck and enjoy!
        doc040
        

Contents


        Contents
        manual-html
        Preface
        Новшества в Red Hat Linux 5.0
        Улучшения, касающиеся установки
        Новые инструменты для пользователя
        Улучшения, касающиеся системного администрирования
        Новые возможности, не вошедшие в предыдущие разделы
        Прежде чем начать
        Получение правильных компонент Red Hat Linux
        То, что вы должны знать
        Способы установки
        Делим диск на разделы
        Где взять документацию
        Замечание про драйвера в ядре
        И еще одно ...
        Starting the Installation
        Интерфейс программы установки
        Starting the Installation Program
        Beginning the Installation
        Selecting an Installation Method
        Продолжаем инсталяцию
        Установка или Upgrade
        Поддержка SCSI
        Создание разделов для Red Hat Linux
        Инициализация Swap
        Форматирование разделов
        Выбор и установка пакетов
        Finishing the Installation
        Configuring a Mouse
        Configuring X Windows
        Configuring Networking
        Configuring the Clock
        Selecting Services for Start on Reboot
        Configuring a Printer
        Setting a Root Password
        Installing LILO
        Finishing Up...
        Post Installation Configuration
        Building a Custom Kernel
        X Window Configuration with XFree86
        X Window Configuration with Metro-X
        Настройка мыши
        Sendmail
        Контролирование доступа к сетевым службам
        Анонимный FTP
        World Wide Web
        NFS Configuration
        Запуск программ при запуске системы
        Настройка Color-ls
        Finding Documentation
        On Line Help
        Help from the Internet Community
        Управление пакетами с помощью RPM
        Задачи RPM
        Использование RPM
        Impressing Your Friends with RPM
        Другие ресурсы RPM
        Контрольная панель
        User and Group Configuration
        File System Configuration
        Printer Configuration
        Настройка сети
        Даты и время
        Настройка демона kerneld
        Glint
        Starting glint
        The Package Display
        Configuration
        Package Manipulation
        System Administration
        Filesystem Structure
        Special Red Hat File Locations
        Users, Groups and User-Private Groups
        User Authentication with PAM
        The Boot Process, Init, and Shutdown
        Rescue Modes
        Getting Technical Support
        An Overview of Our Support Policy
        Getting Support
        Support FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
        Создание инсталяционных дискет
        Создание дискет в MS-DOS
        Создание дискеты в операционной системе типа Linux
        Information Specific to Red Hat Linux/SPARC
        Supported Hardware
        Installation Overview
        Console Commands
        Ramdisk-based Installation Criteria
        Choosing a Boot Method
        Choosing an Installation Method
        Installation Using a Serial Terminal
        Installation: Selecting System Components
        SILO Configuration
        Partitioning
        X Windows
        Information specific to Red Hat Linux/Alpha
        Introduction
        Supported Hardware
        Installation Overview
        Choosing Diskette Images
        Installing
        Alpha Miniloader Howto
        Introduction
        What is MILO?
        Pre-Built Standard MILO Images.
        How To Build MILO
        How To Load MILO
        MILO's User Interface
        Running the Flash Management Utility
        Restrictions.
        Problem Solving.
        Acknowledgements.
        General Parameters
        CD-ROM parameters
        SCSI parameters
        Ethernet parameters
        Metro X
        Special Features
        Metro X Configuration File
        Red Hat Linux Frequently Asked Questions
        Introduction
        General Questions
        Installation Questions
        Using Red Hat Linux
        Copyright Notice
        Red Hat and Freely Distributable Software.
        The Free Software Model
        The Evolution of ``Free Software''
        The GNU Public License
        Will Linux Replace Commercial OSes?
        Red Hat Software, Inc.'s Role in Linux Development
        Further Reading
        Licenses
        The BSD Copyright
        X Copyright
        Gnu Public License
        doc143
    

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    Sumy Documentation Project
        

Установка и использование NetSync


        Некоторые вопросы, связанные с использованием NetSync
        Приступая к использованию NetSync
        Инсталляция NetSync
        Использование меню "Опции" утилиты NetSync
        Поддержка печати в NetSync
        Установка и использование NetSync
        Комментарии пользователя
        Установка и использование NetSync. Как пользоваться этим руководством
        

Сетевые операционные системы


        Сетевые операционные системы
        Введение
        Файловая система
        Управление распределенными ресурсами
        Вызов удаленных процедур (RPC)
        Синхронизация в распределенных системах
        Процессы и нити в распределенных системах
        Распределенные файловые системы
        Проблемы взаимодействия операционных систем в гетерогенных сетях
        Службы именования ресурсов и проблемы прозрачности доступа
        Современные концепции и технологии проектирования операционных систем
        Тенденции в структурном построении ОС
        Эволюция ОС
        Семейство операционных систем UNIX
        Концепции UNIX System V Release 4
        Коммерческие реализации UNIX
        Микроядро Mach
        Введение в Mach
        Управление процессами в Mach
        Управление памятью в Mach
        Коммуникации в ядре Mach
        Эмуляция BSD UNIX в Mach
        Сетевые продукты фирмы Novell
        Классификация ОС
        Версии 4.0, 4.01 и 4.02
        Версия NetWare 4.1
        Концепции построения NetWare
        Основные направления развития NetWare
        Операционные системы рабочих станций фирмы Novell
        Сетевые системные утилиты
        Семейство сетевых ОС компании Microsoft
        История Windows NT
        Версии Windows NT
        Концепции Windows NT
        Сетевые операционные системы
        Средства BackOffice
        Windows 95 и будущее семейства Windows
        Операционная система OS/2
        OS/2 Warp
        LAN Server 4.0
        Обзор сетевых операционных систем
        Управление локальными ресурсами
        Управление процессами
        Управление памятью
        Средства аппаратной поддержки управления памятью и многозадачной среды в микропроцессорах Intel 80386, 80486 и Pentium
        Управление вводом-выводом
    

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    Sumy Documentation Project
        

Клиенты NetWare 4.11


         Инсталляция NetWare Client 32 для DOS и Windows 3.1x
         Инсталляция NetWare Client 32 для Windows 95
         Настройка NetWare Client 32 для DOS и Windows 3.1
         Настройка NetWare Client 32 для Windows 95
         Использование NetWare Client 32 для DOS и Windows 3.1x
         Использование NetWare Client 32 для Windows 95
        Клиенты NetWare 4.11
         Введение в NetWare Client 32 для DOS и Windows 3.1x
         Введение в NetWare Client 32 для Windows 95
        

Практическое руководство Novell по Internet и интрасетям


        Практическое руководство Novell по Internet и интрасетям
        Овладейте возможностями интрасетей и Internet!
         Что такое Internet?
        Что такое интрасеть?
        Что вам дает использование интрасетей и Internet?
        Реализация и применение интрасетей и Internet
        Как работает Internet?
         Соединение вашей сети с Internet и интрасетями
        Решения, предлагаемые лидером в сетевой области
        Глоссарий терминов
        

Об IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса


         Поиск и устранение неполадок
         Поиск и устранение неполадок
         Установка дополнительных лицензий
         Об IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. С чего начать
         Установка пользователей и групп и управление ими
         Установка сетевой печати
         Установка сетевой печати
         Использование процедур регистрации
         Управление сетью и серверами
         Управление сетью и серверами
         Установка сетевой файловой системы и управление ею
         Установка сетевой файловой системы и управление ею
         Установка модемов и доступа к Интернет при помощи NetWare Connect
         Установка модемов и доступа к Интернет при помощи NetWare Connect
         Понятия безопасности сети
         Об IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса
        

IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса


        Ручной Выбор Драйверов Уcтройств
        Создание Установочных Дискет Клиента
        Использование NetWare Application Launcher
        Обновление Personal NetWare
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. С чего начать
        Понятия Сетей и Служб Каталогов Novell
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. Установка Сервера
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. Установка сети
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. Установка оперативной документации
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. Установка рабочих станций клиента
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса. Доступ к сети
        Обновление до IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса
        Обновление до IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса
         IntranetWare для Малого Бизнеса
        

Операционная система NetWare


        Назначение и области применения ОС NetWare
        Структурная схема OC
        Функциональная схема ОС. Модули загрузки NLM
        Диспетчеризация процессов (нитей)
        Распределение и защита основной памяти
        Структура и управление внешней памятью
        Сетевая файловая система
        Сетевая печать
        Основные сетевые возможности
        Протокол NETBIOS
        Протокол NCP
        Возможности, предоставляемые пользователю
        Протокол TLI
        Идентификация услуг. Протокол SAP
        Протоколы маршрутизации RIP и NLSP
        Расширяемость и открытость
        Поддержка рабочих станций разных платформ
        Многопротокольный интерфейс ODI рабочей станции
        Взаимодействие NetWare с другими сетевыми ОС
        Методы доступа и кадры для сетей Ethernet, Token Ring, ARCNet и FDDI
        Обеспечение высокой производительности
        Тотальная буферизация файлового ввода/вывода
        Возможности по администрированию
        Протоколы передачи Packet Burst Protocol и LIP
        Обеспечение надёжности
        Первый уровень защиты SFT-I
        Второй уровень надёжности SFT-II
        Третий уровень надёжности SFT-III
        Поддержка дисковых массивов RAID
        Поддержка многопроцессорности
        Механизмы защиты информации
        Аутентификация пользователей при подключении к сети
        Использование сигнатур для передачи NCP-пакетов
        Возможности, предоставляемые программисту
        Определение эффективных прав пользователей по отношению к каталогам и файлам
        Диалоговые интерфейсы
        Диалоговый интерфейс пользователя
        Интернационализация диалоговых интерфейсов
        Администрирование и оперативное управление в NetWare
        Пользовательская операционная среда файлового сервера
        Администрирование информационной среды
        Ведение системной базы данных сетевых ресурсов
        Сопровождение сетевой файловой системы
        Обзор средств администратора
        Достоинства и недостатки
        Глобальный сетевой каталог NDS
        Манипулирование сетевыми ресурсами
        Процедура однократного подключения пользователя к сети
        Средства миграции с Bindery в NDS
        Оперативное управление
        Управление сетевой печатью
        Разработка приложений для NetWare
        Средства разработки и правила написания приложений рабочих станций
        Организация API-интерфейса и примитивы для разработки программ
        Служба счетов
        Ограниченность ОС и ее сетевых приложений
        Средства интеграции сетей NetWare с Internet/Intranet
        Web-серверы для сетей NetWare
        NetWare Web Server (Novell): установка, настройка, порядок работы
        Создание Web-документов в NetWare Web Server
        Статические HTML-документы Web-сервера
        Динамические HTML-документы Web-сервера
        Организация работы NetWare в режиме Intranet
        Примеры использования ОС
        Примеры приложений на серверах NetWare
         Архитектура современных сетевых ОС NetWare
        

Команды и функции Novell DOS 7.0


        Файл ANSI.SYS
        Команда APPEND
        Команда ASSIGN
        Команда ATTRIB
        Файл AUTOEXEC.BAT
        Команда BREAK
        Команда BUFFERS
        Команда CHAIN
        Команда CHCP
        Команда CHDIR
        Команда CHKDSK
        Команда CLS
        Команда COMMAND
        Команда COMP
        Сравнение возможностей операционных систем
        Файл CONFIG.SYS
        Команда COPY
        Команда COUNTRY
        Файл COUNTRY.SYS
        Команда CPOS
        Команда CREATE
        Команда CTTY
        Команда CURSOR
        Команда DATE
        Файл DBLBUF.SYS
        Команда DEL
        Команда DELPURGE
        Команда DELQ
        Команда DELWATCH
        Команда DEVICE
        Команда DIR
        Команда DISKCOMP
        Команда DISKCOPY
        Команда DISKMAP
        Команда DISKOPT
        Файл DISPLAY.SYS
        Команда DOS
        Команда DOSBOOK
        Команда DOSKEY
        Команда DPMI
        Файл DRIVER.SYS
        Команда DRIVPARM
        Команда ECHO
        Клавиши редактирования командной строки
        Файл EMM386.EXE
        Команда EMM386
        Файл EMMXMA.EXE
        Команда ERAQ
        Команда ERASE (ERA)
        Команда EXE2BIN
        Команда EXIT
        Команда FASTOPEN
        Команда FBX
        Команда FC
        Команда FCBS
        Команда FDISK
        Команда FILELINK
         Команда FILELINK DIRECTORY
        Команда FILELINK DUPLICATE
        Команда FILELINK QUIT
        Команда FILELINK RECEIVE
        Команда FILELINK SETUP
        Команда FILELINK SLAVE
        Команда FILELINK TRANSMIT
        Команда FILES
        Команда FIND
        Команда FORMAT
        Команда GOSUB
        Команда GOTO
        Команда GRAFTABL
        Команда GRAPHICS
        Команда HIDEVICE/DEVICEHIGH
        Команда HIINSTALL/INSTALLHIGH
        Команды HILOAD/LOADHIGH
        Файл HIMEM.EXE
        Команда HISTORY
        Команда INSTALL
        Введение
        Команда JOIN
        Команда KEYB
        Команда LABEL
        Команда LASTDRIVE
        Команда LOCK
        Команда MEM
        Команда MEMMAX
        Команда MKDIR (MD)
        Команда MODE
        Команда MORE
        Команда MOVE
        Файл NET.CFG
        Команда NETWARS
        Команда NET ADMIN
        Команда NET AUDIT
        Команда NET CAPTURE
        Команда NET CONNECT
        Команда NET CONSOLE
        Команда NET CONTEXT
        Команда NET DIAGS
        Команда NET DOWN
        Команда NET HELP
        Команда NET INFO
        Команда NET JOIN
        Команда NET LINK
        Команда NET LOGIN
        Команда NET LOGOUT
         Команда NET MAP
        Команда NET NTIME
        Команда NET PLIST
        Команда NET PRINT
        Команда NET RECEIVE
        Команда NET RIGHTS
        Команда NET SAVE
        Команда NET SEND
        Команда NET SETDOG
        Команда NET SETPASS
        Команда NET SHARE
        Команда NET SLIST
        Команда NET SYNC
        Команда NET TIME
        Команда NET ULIST
        Команда NET VLIST
         Команда NET WAIT
        Команда NET WGFIND
        Команда NET WGLIST
        Команда NET XLIST
        Команда NLSFUNC
        Команда NWCACHE
        Команда PASSWORD
        Команда PATH
        Команда PNWDIAGS
        Команда PREVIEW
        Команда PRINT
        Файл PRINTER.SYS
        Команда PROMPT
        Команда RECOVER
        Команда REM
        Команда RENAME (REN)
        Команда RENDIR
        Команда REPLACE
        Команда RETURN
        Команда RMDIR (RD)
        Команда SCRIPT
        Команда SDRES
        Команда SDSCAN
        Команда SET
        Команда SETVER
        Команда SHARE
        Команда SHELL
        Команда SORT
        Команда STACKER
        Команда STACKS
        Файл STARTNET.BAT
        Команда STARTNET
        Команда SUBST
        Команда SWITCH
        Команда SYS
        Файл TASKID.COM
        Команда TASKID
        Команда TASKMGR
        Файл TBMI2.COM
        Команда TBMI2
        Команда TIME
        Команда TIMEOUT
        Команда TOUCH
        Команда TREE
        Команда TYPE
        Команда UNDELETE
        Команда UNFORMAT
        Команда UNINSTAL
        Команда UNSECURE
        Команда UNSTACK
        Файл VDISK.SYS
        Команда VER
        Команда VERIFY
        Команда VOL
        Команда XCOPY
        Команда XDEL
        Команда XDIR
        Команда :метка
        _quest
        

Справочник Novell Netware 4 (содержание)


        Глава 1. Построение сетей
        Глава 10. Протоколы передачи данных
        Глава 11. Операционная система NetWare for Unix и другие специализированные версии NetWare
        Глава 12. Методы построения сетевого интерфейса и топология сети
        Глава 13. Межсетевое взаимодействие
        Глава 14. Организация глобальных сетей
        Глава 15. Связь с хост-системой и межоперативные средства
        Глава 16. NetWare и эмуляция терминалов
        Глава 17. Передача файлов между NetWare и Unix
        Глава 18. Совместное использование файловых систем и томов
        Глава 19. Печать из NetWare в Unix и из Unix и NetWare
        Глава 2. Архитектура и средства NetWare
        Глава 20. Планирование сети и выбор сервера
        Глава 21. Защита сети
        Глава 22. Установка аппаратуры
        Глава 23. Подготовка к установке NetWare
        Глава 24. Установка NetWare
        Глава 25. Дополнительные процедуры
        Глава 26. Установка рабочих станций
        Глава 27. Установка межсетевой поддержки
        Глава 28. Установка других продуктов
        Глава 29. Действия, выполняемые после установки
        Глава 3. Иерархия и защита NetWare
        Глава 30. Иерархия сети и защита
        Глава 31. Управление памятью в NetWare 4.0
        Глава 32. Утилиты управления NetWare
        Глава 33. Создание объектов NetWare
        Глава 34. Работа с файловой системой NetWare
        Глава 35. Управление томами NetWare
        Глава 36. Управление печатью в NetWare
        Глава 37. Сценарии регистрации и меню
        Глава 38. Система учета и аудиторская система NetWare
        Глава 39. Средства управления сетью NetWare
        Глава 4. Предпосылки интеграции NetWare и Unix
        Глава 40. Команды сервера и настройка производительности
        Глава 41. Получение информации о NetWare
        Глава 5. Совместное использование информации NetWare и Unix
        Глава 6. Средства NetWare 4
        Глава 7. Служба каталогов NetWare (NDS)
        Глава 8. Файловая система NetWare v.4
        Глава 9. Другие продукты и дополнения
        Справочник Novell Netware 4 (содержание)
        Введение
        

NetWare╝ ClientTM для DOS и Windows. Руководство пользователя


        Использование утилиты WSUPDATE
        Основные понятия
        Регистрация рабочей станции-клиента NetWare
        Установка сетевых устройств и управление ими
        Настройка печати на рабочей станции-клиенте
        Интеграция с другими системами
        Установка сетевой поддержки для сред с переключением задач
        Установка интерфейса поддержки ODI NetWare для протоколов NDIS
        Установка модулей NetWare для программ IBM LAN Support
        Установка поддержки протокола NetBIOS
        Установка поддержки исходной маршрутизации для сети Token-Ring
        Установка поддержки протокола Named Pipes
        Изучение сетевого взаимодействия
        Сервис управления
        Установка программного обеспечения агента обслуживания цели (TSA)
        Конфигурирование рабочих станций-клиентов для Desktop SNMP
        Изучение программного обеспечения клиента NetWare
        Изучение утилит клиента
        Инсталляция, регистрация и настройка
        Подготовка к инсталляции или обновлению клиента NetWare
        Инсталляция или обновление клиента NetWare
        Инсталляция или обновление клиента NetWare
        Инсталляция или обновление клиента NetWare
        Установка удаленных рабочих станций-клиентов
        Установка удаленных рабочих станций-клиентов
        Настройка рабочей станции-клиента NetWare для регистрации
        NetWare╝ ClientTM для DOS и Windows. Руководство пользователя
        Как пользоваться этим руководством
        

Руководство по Сетям NetWare 4


        Классы и свойства объектов NDS
        Классы объектов NDS и их свойства
         Описание и использование конечных объектов
        Конечный объект сервиса лицензирования NetWare
        Примеры шаблонов проектной документации
        Дополнительная информация
         Подготовка к проекту
        Разработка стратегии управления приложениями
        Эффективное и логичное размещение приложений в каталогах
        Определение эффективного инструментария управления приложениями
        Определение эффективного инструментария лицензирования и контроля
         Рекомендации по управлению приложениями
        Внедрение
        Разработка стратегии миграции
        Определение метода миграции серверов
        Создание лаборатории
        Создание графика внедрения
        Создание эффективного графика внедрения
        Внедрение сервисов NetWare 4
        Внедрение NDS в сетях различных типов
        Приложения
        Организация и обучение проектной группы
        Определение требований к группе обучения
        Сбор информации и определение масштабов проекта
        Определение масштабов разработки проекта
        Проектирование
        Проектирование структуры дерева Каталога
        Создание документа о стандартах именования
        Планирование структуры дерева Каталога
        Планирование размещения сетевых ресурсов
        Определение стратегии создания разделов и репликации
        Определение эффективной стратегии размещения реплик
        Планирование стратегии синхронизации времени
        Определение источника времени и эффективной конфигурации
        Создание плана доступа
        Определение потребностей в доступе
         Определение эффективного метода управления доступом
        Разработка плана защиты данных
         Обеспечение адекватного разделения и репликации
         Разработка стратегии резервного копирования и восстановления
         Создание плана восстановления и предотвращения катастрофического разрушения сети
        Руководство по сетям NetWare 4. Отказ от обязательств
        Руководство по Сетям NetWare 4
        Комментарии пользователя
        Как пользоваться этим руководством
        Руководство по Сетям NetWare 4. Введение
        

Руководство по сервису печати для NetWare 4.11


        Настройка и обслуживание принтеров
        Подключение принтеров
        Оптимизация производительности сетевой печати
        Устранение проблем печати
        Введение в сервис печати NetWare
        Использование NETUSER, PSC и PUPGRADE
        Планирование и настройка сервиса печати NetWare
        Управление сервисом печати с помощью NetWare Administrator
        Управление сервисом печати с помощью NetWare Administrator
        Управление сервисом печати с помощью NetWare Administrator
        Управление сервисом печати с помощью PCONSOLE
        Управление сервисом печати с помощью PCONSOLE
        Передача заданий в сетевые принтеры с помощью CAPTURE и NPRINT
        Добавление команды CAPTURE в процедуру регистрации
        Настройка и обслуживание серверов печати
        Настройка и обслуживание серверов печати
        Настройка принтеров, подключенных к рабочим станциям или серверам
        Настройка принтеров, подключенных к рабочим станциям или серверам
        Создание и управление конфигурациями заданий на печать
        Работа с определениями печатающих устройств и принтерными формами
        Руководство по сервису печати для NetWare 4.11
        Комментарии пользователя
        Как пользоваться этим руководством. Руководство по сервису печати для NetWare 4.11
        

Справочник по NetWare 4.11


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        Справочник по NetWare 4.11
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        Справочник по NetWare 4.11. Как использовать данное руководство
    

Sumy Documentation Project


    Sumy Documentation Project
        

Руководство по администрированию UNIX System V


        Руководство администратора системы. Введение
        Резервирование и восстановление файлов
         Основные сервисные средства резервирования
         Основные сервисные средства восстановления
        Расширение сервисных средств резервирования
         Расширенные услуги восстановления
         Краткое руководство по услугам резервирования
         Защита данных
         Управление жестким диском
         Настраиваемые параметры
         Настраиваемые параметры системы
         Изменение настраиваемых параметров
         Описание параметров
        Когда настраивать и что настраивать
        Изменение существующего параметра ядра системы
        Использование файловых систем
        Монтирование файловой системы
        Демонтирование файловой системы
         Проверка и исправление файловых систем
         Проверка и исправление файловых систем
        Проверка и исправление файловых систем
        Установка характеристик системы
         Управление портами
         Использование средства быстрой установки терминала
         Управление мониторами портов
         Управление сервисом
         Управление установкой линии терминала
         Использование запасного или дистанционного пульта управления
         Установка конфигурации сети
         Управление с помощью команд shell
        Управление с помощью команд shell
        Планирование автоматических заданий
         Использование принтеров
         Установка принтера
         Поиск неисправностей
         Настройка сервиса принтера
         Управление классами родственных принтеров
         Управление фильтрами
         Выполнение ежедневных операций сервиса принтера
         Конфигурации принтеров для сервиса принтеров
        Присваивание приоритетов в очереди на распечатку пользователям
        Управление действующими запросами на распечатку
         Вывод на экран состояния сервиса принтера
         Создание конфигурации линии связи с удаленными системами
        Добавление и изменение информации пользователя
        Управление запоминающими устройствами
        Обзор работы с запоминающими устройствами
        Добавление нового устройства
        Управление атрибутами устройств
        Управление группами устройств
        Руководство по администрированию UNIX System V
        

Архитектура операционной системы UNIX


        Архитектура операционной системы UNIX
        ПРЕДИСЛОВИЕ
        2.2 ВВЕДЕНИЕ В ОСНОВНЫЕ ПОНЯТИЯ СИСТЕМЫ
        2.3 СТРУКТУРЫ ДАННЫХ ЯДРА
        2.4 УПРАВЛЕНИЕ СИСТЕМОЙ
        2.5 ВЫВОДЫ И ОБЗОР ПОСЛЕДУЮЩИХ ГЛАВ
        2.6 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 3. БУФЕР СВЕРХОПЕРАТИВНОЙ ПАМЯТИ (КЕШ)
        3.1 ЗАГОЛОВКИ БУФЕРА
        3.2 СТРУКТУРА ОБЛАСТИ БУФЕРОВ (БУФЕРНОГО ПУЛА)
        3.3 МЕХАНИЗМ ПОИСКА БУФЕРА
        ГЛАВА 1. ОБЩИЙ ОБЗОР ОСОБЕННОСТЕЙ СИСТЕМЫ
        3.4 ЧТЕНИЕ И ЗАПИСЬ ДИСКОВЫХ БЛОКОВ
        3.5 ПРЕИМУЩЕСТВА И НЕУДОБСТВА БУФЕРНОГО КЕША
        3.6 ВЫВОДЫ
        3.7 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 4. ВНУТРЕННЕЕ ПРЕДСТАВЛЕНИЕ ФАЙЛОВ
        4.1 ИНДЕКСЫ
        4.2 СТРУКТУРА ФАЙЛА ОБЫЧНОГО ТИПА
        4.3 КАТАЛОГИ
        4.4 ПРЕВРАЩЕНИЕ СОСТАВНОГО ИМЕНИ ФАЙЛА (ПУТИ ПОИСКА) В ИДЕНТИФИКАТОР ИНДЕКСА
        4.5 СУПЕРБЛОК
        1.1 ИСТОРИЯ
        4.6 НАЗНАЧЕНИЕ ИНДЕКСА НОВОМУ ФАЙЛУ
        4.7 ВЫДЕЛЕНИЕ ДИСКОВЫХ БЛОКОВ
        4.8 ДРУГИЕ ТИПЫ ФАЙЛОВ
        4.9 ВЫВОДЫ
        4.10 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 5. СИСТЕМНЫЕ ОПЕРАЦИИ ДЛЯ РАБОТЫ С ФАЙЛОВОЙ СИСТЕМОЙ
        5.1 OPEN
        5.2 READ
        5.3 WRIТЕ
        5.4 ЗАХВАТ ФАЙЛА И ЗАПИСИ
        1.2 СТРУКТУРА СИСТЕМЫ
        5.5 УКАЗАНИЕ МЕСТА В ФАЙЛЕ, ГДЕ БУДЕТ ВЫПОЛНЯТЬСЯ ВВОД-ВЫВОД - LSEEК
        5.6 CLOSЕ
        5.7 СОЗДАНИЕ ФАЙЛА
        5.8 СОЗДАНИЕ СПЕЦИАЛЬНЫХ ФАЙЛОВ
         5.9 СМЕНА ТЕКУЩЕГО И КОРНЕВОГО КАТАЛОГА
        5.10 СМЕНА ВЛАДЕЛЬЦА И РЕЖИМА ДОСТУПА К ФАЙЛУ
        5.11 STAT И FSTАТ
        5.12 КАНАЛЫ
        5.13 DUР
        5.14 МОНТИРОВАНИЕ И ДЕМОНТИРОВАНИЕ ФАЙЛОВЫХ СИСТЕМ
        1.3 ОБЗОР С ТОЧКИ ЗРЕНИЯ ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЯ
        5.15 LINК
        5.16 UNLINК
        5.17 АБСТРАКТНЫЕ ОБРАЩЕНИЯ К ФАЙЛОВЫМ СИСТЕМАМ
        5.18 СОПРОВОЖДЕНИЕ ФАЙЛОВОЙ СИСТЕМЫ
        5.19 ВЫВОДЫ
        5.20 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 6. СТРУКТУРА ПРОЦЕССОВ
        6.1 СОСТОЯНИЯ ПРОЦЕССА И ПЕРЕХОДЫ МЕЖДУ НИМИ
        6.2 ФОРМАТ ПАМЯТИ СИСТЕМЫ
        6.3 КОНТЕКСТ ПРОЦЕССА
        1.4 ФУНКЦИИ ОПЕРАЦИОННОЙ СИСТЕМЫ
        6.4 СОХРАНЕНИЕ КОНТЕКСТА ПРОЦЕССА
        6.5 УПРАВЛЕНИЕ АДРЕСНЫМ ПРОСТРАНСТВОМ ПРОЦЕССА
        6.6 ПРИОСТАНОВКА ВЫПОЛНЕНИЯ
        6.7 ВЫВОДЫ
        6.8 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 7. УПРАВЛЕНИЕ ПРОЦЕССАМИ
        7.1 СОЗДАНИЕ ПРОЦЕССА
        7.2 СИГНАЛЫ
        7.3 ЗАВЕРШЕНИЕ ВЫПОЛНЕНИЯ ПРОЦЕССА
        7.4 ОЖИДАНИЕ ЗАВЕРШЕНИЯ ВЫПОЛНЕНИЯ ПРОЦЕССА
        1.5 ПРЕДПОЛАГАЕМАЯ АППАРАТНАЯ СРЕДА
        7.5 ВЫЗОВ ДРУГИХ ПРОГРАММ
        7.6 КОД ИДЕНТИФИКАЦИИ ПОЛЬЗОВАТЕЛЯ ПРОЦЕССА
        7.7 ИЗМЕНЕНИЕ РАЗМЕРА ПРОЦЕССА
        7.8 КОМАНДНЫЙ ПРОЦЕССОР SHELL
        7.9 ЗАГРУЗКА СИСТЕМЫ И НАЧАЛЬНЫЙ ПРОЦЕСС
        7.10 ВЫВОДЫ
        7.11 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 8. ДИСПЕТЧЕРИЗАЦИЯ ПРОЦЕССОВ И ЕЕ ВРЕМЕННЫЕ ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКИ
        8.1 ПЛАНИРОВАНИЕ ВЫПОЛНЕНИЯ ПРОЦЕССОВ
        8.2 СИСТЕМНЫЕ ОПЕРАЦИИ, СВЯЗАННЫЕ СО ВРЕМЕНЕМ
        1.6 ВЫВОДЫ
        8.3 ТАЙМЕР
        8.4 ВЫВОДЫ
        8.5 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 9. АЛГОРИТМЫ УПРАВЛЕНИЯ ПАМЯТЬЮ
        9.1 СВОПИНГ
        9.2 ПОДКАЧКА ПО ЗАПРОСУ
        9.3 СИСТЕМА СМЕШАННОГО ТИПА СО СВОПИНГОМ И ПОДКАЧКОЙ ПО ЗАПРОСУ
        9.4 ВЫВОДЫ
        9.5 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 10. ПОДСИСТЕМА УПРАВЛЕНИЯ ВВОДОМ-ВЫВОДОМ
        ГЛАВА 2. ВВЕДЕНИЕ В АРХИТЕКТУРУ ЯДРА ОПЕРАЦИОННОЙ СИСТЕМЫ
        10.1 ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЕ ДРАЙВЕРОВ С ПРОГРАММНОЙ И АППАРАТНОЙ СРЕДОЙ
        10.2 ДИСКОВЫЕ ДРАЙВЕРЫ
        10.3 ТЕРМИНАЛЬНЫЕ ДРАЙВЕРЫ
        10.4 ПОТОКИ
        10.5 ВЫВОДЫ
        10.6 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 11. ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЕ ПРОЦЕССОВ
        11.1 ТРАССИРОВКА ПРОЦЕССОВ
        11.2 ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЕ ПРОЦЕССОВ В ВЕРСИИ V СИСТЕМЫ
        11.3 ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЕ В СЕТИ
        11.4 ГНЕЗДА
        11.5 ВЫВОДЫ
        11.6 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 12. МНОГОПРОЦЕССОРНЫЕ СИСТЕМЫ
        12.1 ПРОБЛЕМЫ, СВЯЗАННЫЕ С МНОГОПРОЦЕССОРНЫМИ СИСТЕМАМИ
        12.2 ГЛАВНЫЙ И ПОДЧИНЕННЫЙ ПРОЦЕССОРЫ
        12.3 СЕМАФОРЫ
        12.4 СИСТЕМА TUNIS
        12.5 УЗКИЕ МЕСТА В ФУНКЦИОНИРОВАНИИ МНОГОПРОЦЕССОРНЫХ СИСТЕМ
        12.6 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ГЛАВА 13. РАСПРЕДЕЛЕННЫЕ СИСТЕМЫ
        13.1 ПЕРИФЕРИЙНЫЕ ПРОЦЕССОРЫ
        13.2 СВЯЗЬ ТИПА NEWCASTLЕ
        13.3 "ПРОЗРАЧНЫЕ" РАСПРЕДЕЛЕННЫЕ ФАЙЛОВЫЕ СИСТЕМЫ
        13.4 РАСПРЕДЕЛЕННАЯ МОДЕЛЬ БЕЗ ПЕРЕДАТОЧНЫХ ПРОЦЕССОВ
        13.5 ВЫВОДЫ
        13.6 УПРАЖНЕНИЯ
        ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ. СИСТЕМНЫЕ ОПЕРАЦИИ
        БИБЛИОГРАФИЯ
        

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        Содержание дистрибутива FreeBSD.
        FILESYSTEM OPTIONS
        Общие определения.
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        Добавление компонент из дистрибутива "вручную".
        MISCELLANEOUS DEVICES AND OPTIONS
        NETWORKING OPTIONS
         Установка дополнительных программ из "пакетов" (packages).
        Установка "портов" (ports).
        Перегенерация ядра.
        Добавление из дистрибутива с помощью программы sysinstall.
        Администрирование пользователей.
        Что такое "учетная карточка" (user account)?
         Что еще почитать?
        Какие данные хранятся в учетной карточке?
        Для чего используется учетная карточка?
        Где хранятся учетные карточки?
        Как добавить юзера
        Как поменять данные в учетной карточке?
         Как удалить юзера?
        Что может поменять сам юзер в своей учетной карточке?
        Как временно убрать юзера (не удалить, но запретить вход)?
        

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        Подготовка к инсталляции
        До установки с CDROM
        Локализация
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        Locale
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        До установки с лент QIC/SCSI
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        Инсталляция FreeBSD
        Вопросы и ответы для пользователей MS-DOS
        Несколько слов о FreeBSD
        Основы UNIX
        Инсталяция приложений: Коллекция портов
        Зачем нужна коллеция портов?
        Как работает коллекция портов FreeBSD?
         Где взять FreeBSD порт
        Каркасы
        Историческая справка
        Это кажется не работает?!
        Некоторые вопросы и ответы
        Конфигурирование ядра FreeBSD
        Зачем строить ядро отличное от существующего?
        Построение и установка нового ядра
        Цели проекта FreeBSD
        Файл конфигурации
        Обязательные ключевые слова
        Общие опции
        Опции файловой системы
        Основные контроллеры и устройства
        Поддержка SCSII устройств
        Поддержка консоли, шины мыши и X сервера
        Последовательные и параллельные порты
        Сеть
        Звуковые карты
        Модель разработки FreeBSD
        Псевдо-устройства
        Джойстик, колонки, прочее
        Создание узлов устройств
        Если, что-нибудь не получается
        О текущей версии
        Установка FreeBSD
        Требования к системе
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         Advanced Networking
         Backup Programs
         What about backups to floppies?
         Backups
         GNU Info Files
         Unix Basics
         Bibliography
         Additional FreeBSD Contributors
         Contributing to FreeBSD
         The Cutting Edge: FreeBSD-current and FreeBSD-stable
         The FreeBSD Development Model
         Dialout Service
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         Diskless Operation
         Disks
         DMA: What it Is and How it Works
         Donors Gallery
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         A Brief History of FreeBSD
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         Input/Output Devices
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         Storage Devices
         PC Hardware compatibility
         Installing FreeBSD
         The FreeBSD VM System
         FreeBSD Internals
         Introduction
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         Building and Installing a Custom Kernel
         The Configuration File
         Making Device Nodes
         If Something Goes Wrong
         Configuring the FreeBSD Kernel
         Kernel Debugging
         Adding New Kernel Configuration Options
         Localization
         Linux Mode
         Electronic Mail
         FAQ
         Using make world to rebuild your system
         How to Install Mathematica on FreeBSD
         PC Memory Utilization
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         FTP Sites
         Obtaining FreeBSD
         NFS
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         Source Tree Guidelines and Policies
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         Getting a FreeBSD Port
         Skeletons
         What to do when a port does not work.
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         PPP and SLIP
         Setting up Kernel PPP
         Advanced Printer Setup
         Setting Up the Spooling System
         Why You Should Use the Spooler
         Alternatives to the Standard Spooler
         Simple Printer Setup
         Using Printers
         Printing
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         About the Current Release
         Security
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         Setting up a SLIP Server
         Staying Stable with FreeBSD
         The FreeBSD Developers
         The FreeBSD Documentation Project
         Who Is Responsible for What
         FreeBSD Project Staff
         Synchronizing Source Trees over the Internet
         Terminals
         The X Window System
         Some Questions and Answers
         Setting Up the Serial Console
         Configuration
         How to Contribute
         Core Team Alumni
         Derived Software Contributors
         386BSD Patch Kit Patch Contributors
         Contributed Software
         Now What Do I Have to Do for it?
         Debugging a crash dump with DDD
         Post-mortem Analysis of a Dump
         On-line Kernel Debugging Using DDB
         On-line Kernel Debugging Using Remote GDB
         Debugging a Console Driver
         How does the Linux mode work?
         Users' Guides
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         Programmers' Guides
         Operating System Internals
         Security Reference
         Hardware Reference
         UNIX History
         Magazines and Journals
         Core Team members
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         Preparing for the Installation
         Installing FreeBSD
         Acknowledgments
         Using command line utilities
         * Non-traditional Drives
         MS-DOS User's Questions and Answers
         Setting Quota Limits
         Checking Quota Limits and Disk Usage
         * Quotas over NFS
         How Does the Ports Collection Work?
        

Learning the Korn Shell


        [Appendix A] Related Shells
        [Appendix A] A.2 The IEEE 1003.2 POSIX Shell Standard
        [Appendix A] A.3 wksh
        [Appendix A] A.4 pdksh
        [Appendix A] A.5 bash
        [Appendix A] A.6 Workalikes on PC Platforms
        [Appendix A] A.7 The Future of the Korn Shell
        [Appendix B] Reference Lists
        [Appendix B] B.2 Built-in Commands and Keywords
        [Appendix B] B.3 Built-in Shell Variables
        [Appendix B] B.4 Test Operators
        [Appendix B] B.5 Options
        [Appendix B] B.6 Typeset Options
        [Appendix B] B.7 Emacs Mode Commands
        [Appendix B] B.8 Vi Control Mode Commands
        [Appendix C] Obtaining Sample Programs
        [Appendix C] C.2 FTPMAIL
        [Appendix C] C.3 BITFTP
        [Appendix C] C.4 UUCP
        [Chapter 1] Korn Shell Basics
        [Chapter 1] 1.2 Scope of This Book
        [Chapter 1] 1.3 History of UNIX Shells
        [Chapter 1] 1.4 Getting the Korn Shell
        [Chapter 1] 1.5 Interactive Shell Use
        [Chapter 1] 1.6 Files
        [Chapter 1] 1.7 Input and Output
        [Chapter 1] 1.8 Background Jobs
        [Chapter 1] 1.9 Special Characters and Quoting
        [Chapter 2] Command-line Editing
        [Chapter 2] 2.2 The History File
        [Chapter 2] 2.3 Emacs Editing Mode
        [Chapter 2] 2.4 Vi Editing Mode
        [Chapter 2] 2.5 The fc Command
        [Chapter 2] 2.6 Finger Habits
        [Chapter 3] Customizing Your Environment
        [Chapter 3] 3.2 Aliases
        [Chapter 3] 3.3 Options
        [Chapter 3] 3.4 Shell Variables
        [Chapter 3] 3.5 Customization and Subprocesses
        [Chapter 3] 3.6 Customization Hints
        [Chapter 4] Basic Shell Programming
        [Chapter 4] 4.2 Shell Variables
        [Chapter 4] 4.3 String Operators
        [Chapter 4] 4.4 Command Substitution
        [Chapter 4] 4.5 Advanced Examples: pushd and popd
        [Chapter 5] Flow Control
        [Chapter 5] 5.2 for
        [Chapter 5] 5.3 case
        [Chapter 5] 5.4 select
        [Chapter 5] 5.5 while and until
        [Chapter 6] Command-line Options and Typed Variables
        [Chapter 6] 6.2 Integer Variables and Arithmetic
        [Chapter 6] 6.3 Arrays
        [Chapter 7] Input/Output and Command-line Processing
        [Chapter 7] 7.2 String I/O
        [Chapter 7] 7.3 Command-line Processing
        [Chapter 8] Process Handling
        [Chapter 8] 8.2 Job Control
        [Chapter 8] 8.3 Signals
        [Chapter 8] 8.4 trap
        [Chapter 8] 8.5 Coroutines
        [Chapter 8] 8.6 Subshells
        [Chapter 9] Debugging Shell Programs
        [Chapter 9] 9.2 A Korn Shell Debugger
        [Chapter 10] Korn Shell Administration
        [Chapter 10] 10.2 Environment Customization
        [Chapter 10] 10.3 System Security Features
        Learning the Korn Shell
        Preface
        [Preface] Summary of Korn Shell Features
        [Preface] Intended Audience
        [Preface] Code Examples
        [Preface] Chapter Summary
        [Preface] Conventions Used in This Handbook
        [Preface] Acknowledgments
        [Preface] We'd Like to Hear From You
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Learning the Unix Operating System


        [Appendix A] Reading List
        [Appendix A] A.2 Text Processing and Programming
        [Appendix A] A.3 Shells
        [Appendix A] A.4 The X Window System
        [Appendix B] Reference
        [Appendix B] B.2 Special Symbols
        [Chapter 1] Getting Started
        [Chapter 1] 1.2 Syntax of UNIX Command Lines
        [Chapter 1] 1.3 Types of Commands
        [Chapter 1] 1.4 The Unresponsive Terminal
        [Chapter 2] Using Window Systems
        [Chapter 2] 2.2 Starting X
        [Chapter 2] 2.3 Running Programs
        [Chapter 2] 2.4 Working with a Mouse
        [Chapter 2] 2.5 Working with Windows
        [Chapter 2] 2.6 Other X Clients
        [Chapter 2] 2.7 Quitting
        [Chapter 3] Your UNIX Account
        [Chapter 3] 3.2 Looking Inside Files
        [Chapter 3] 3.3 Protecting and Sharing Files
        [Chapter 3] 3.4 Electronic Mail
        [Chapter 3] 3.5 Changing Your Password
        [Chapter 3] 3.6 Customizing Your Account
        [Chapter 4] File Management
        [Chapter 4] 4.2 File and Directory Names
        [Chapter 4] 4.3 File and Directory Wildcards
        [Chapter 4] 4.4 Managing Your Files
        [Chapter 4] 4.5 Printing Files
        [Chapter 5] Redirecting I/O
        [Chapter 5] 5.2 Pipes and Filters
        [Chapter 6] Multitasking
        [Chapter 6] 6.2 Checking on a Process
        [Chapter 6] 6.3 Cancelling a Process
        [Chapter 7] Where to Go from Here
        [Chapter 7] 7.2 Shell Aliases and Functions
        [Chapter 7] 7.3 Programming
        Learning the Unix Operating System
        Preface
        [Preface ] Versions of UNIX
        [Preface ] What This Handbook Covers
        [Preface ] What's New in the Fourth Edition
        [Preface ] Format
        [Preface ] Acknowledgments
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        ABORT(3C)
        ABS(3C)
        ACCEPT(1M)
        ACCESS(2)
         ACCESS(3)
        ACCT(1M)
        ACCTCMS(1M)
        ACCTCOM(1)
        ACCTCON(1M)
        ACCTMERG(1M)
        ACCTOM(8)
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        ACCTPRC(1M)
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        ACCT(4)
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        TRIG(3M)
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        ADD(1M)
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        ADFMT(8)
        ADMIN(1)
        ALARM(2)
         ALARM(3)
        ALIASES(7)
        ALIASHASH(5)
        ALIASHASH(8)
        ALTTRACK(4)
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        CHDIR(2)
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        CHGRP(1)
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        CHMOD(2)
        CHOWN(1)
        CHOWN(2)
        CHROOT(1M)
        CHROOT(2)
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         CHSIZE(3)
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        CO(1)
        COFFCONV(7)
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        COLRM(1)
        COMB(1)
        COMM(1)
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        CONFIGURE(8)
        CONFIG(8)
        CONSOLE(7)
        CONSOLEPRINT(8)
        CONV(1)
        MAPKEY(7)
        CONV(3C)
        COPALL(1M)
        COPY(1)
        CORE(4)
        TRIG(3M)
        TRIG(3M)
        SINH(3M)
        SINH(3M)
        CP(1)
        CPIO(1)
        CPIO(4)
        CPP(1)
        CRASH(1M)
        CRASH(8)
        CREAT(2)
         CREATSEM(3)
        CRON(1M)
        CRONTAB(1)
        CRYPT(3C)
        CRYPT(3X)
        CSH(1)
        CSPLIT(1)
        CT(1C)
        CTAGS(1)
        CTERMID(3S)
        CTIME(3C)
        CTRACE(1)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CU(1C)
        statmon, current, backup, state
        CURSES(3X)
        CUSERID(3S)
        CUSTOM(8)
        CUT(1)
        CXREF(1)
        DAEMON.MN(7)
        DATE(1)
         DBM(3)
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         DBM(3)
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
         dbminit, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey
        DC(1)
        DCOPY(1M)
        DD(1)
        ASSIGN(1)
        DEFAULT(5)
         DEFOPEN(3)
         DEFOPEN(3)
         DBM(3)
        DELTA(1)
        CRYPT(3C)
        CRYPT(3C)
        DEVNM(1M)
        DF(1)
        DFILE(4)
        DIAL(8)
        DIAL(3C)
        DIFF(1)
        DIFF3(1)
        DIFFMK(1)
        CTIME(3C)
        DIR(4)
        DIRCMP(1)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
        DIRENT(4)
        DIRENT(3)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
        DIRNAME(1)
        DIS(1)
        DISABLE(1)
        DISKCP(1)
        DISKCP(1)
        DISKUSG(1M)
        DIVVY(8)
        DMESG(8)
        DOC(1)
        DOMAINNAME(1)
        DOS(1)
        UNIX2DOS(1)
        DOSCP(1)
        DOWN(8)
        DOWNLOAD(1M)
        DPARAM(8)
        DRAND48(3C)
        DTYPE(1)
        DU(1)
        DUMP(1)
        DUMPDIR(1)
        DUMP(5)
        DUP(2)
        DUP2(3C)
        ECHO(1)
        ECVT(3C)
        ED(1)
        END(3C)
        EFL(1)
        EGREP(1)
        ENABLE(1)
        CRYPT(3C)
        END(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        GETUT(3C)
        ENV(1)
        ENVIRON(5)
        ENVIRON(7)
        DRAND48(3C)
        ERF(3M)
        ERF(3M)
        ERRDEAD(1M)
        ERRDEMON(1M)
        ERRFILE(4)
        PERROR(3C)
        ERROR(7)
        ERRPT(1M)
        ERRSTOP(1M)
        END(3C)
        EX(1)
        EXEC(2)
         EXEC(3)
         EXEC(3)
         EXEC(3)
         EXECSEG(3)
         EXEC(3)
         EXEC(3)
         EXEC(3)
         EXEC(3)
         EXEC(3)
        EXIT(2)
         EXIT(3)
        EXP(3M)
        EXPORT(1)
        exports
        EXPR(1)
        F77(1)
        FLOOR(3M)
        FLOOR(3M)
        FACTOR(1)
        FALSE(1)
        FCLOSE(3S)
        FCNTL(2)
        FCNTL(5)
        ECVT(3C)
        FD(HW)
        FDISK(1)
        FDISK(8)
        FOPEN(3S)
        FDSWAP(8)
        FERROR(3S)
        FERROR(3S)
         DBM(3)
        FF(1M)
        FCLOSE(3S)
        GETC(3S)
        GETGRENT(3C)
        FSEEK(3S)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        GETS(3S)
        FGREP(1)
        FILE(1)
        FILE2C(1)
        FILEHDR(4)
        FERROR(3S)
        FILESYS(5)
        FILESYSTEM(5)
        FINC(1M)
        FIND(1)
        FINGER(1)
        FINITO(1M)
         DBM(3)
        FIXHDR(1)
        CAPINFO(1)
        FIXPERM(8)
        FLEX(1)
        FLOFF(1)
        FLON(1)
        FLOOR(3M)
        FLOOR(3M)
        FLOOR(3M)
        FLOOR(3M)
        FOLD(1)
        FOPEN(3S)
        FORK(2)
        FORMAT(1M)
        FORMATFLOP(1M)
        FPGETROUND(3C)
        FPGETROUND(3C)
        FPGETROUND(3C)
        PRINTF(3S)
        FPGETROUND(3C)
        FPGETROUND(3C)
        FPGETROUND(3C)
        FCLOSE(3S)
        PUTC(3S)
        PUTS(3S)
        FREAD(3S)
        FREC(1M)
        MALLOC(3C)
        FOPEN(3S)
        FREXP(3C)
        FROM(1)
        UNIX2DOS(1)
        FS(4)
        FSAVE(8)
        SCANF(3S)
        FSCK(1M)
        FSCK(8)
        FSCV(1M)
        FSDB(1M)
        FSDB(8)
        FSEEK(3S)
        FSEEK(3S)
        fsirand
        FSNAME(5)
        FSPEC(4)
        FSPHOTO(8)
        FSPLIT(1)
        FSSTAT(1M)
        FSTAB(4)
        FSTYP(1M)
        FSEEK(3S)
        STDIPC(3C)
        FTP(1) FreeBSD Reference Manual
        ftpcount(1)
        ftpwho(1)
        FTW(3C)
        FUSAGE(1M)
        FUSER(1M)
        FREAD(3S)
        FWTMP(1M)
         XLIST(3)
        GAMMA(3M)
        GAMMA(3M)
        ECVT(3C)
        GDEV(1G)
        GED(1G)
        GET(1)
        GETC(3S)
        GETC(3S)
        GETCWD(3C)
        GETDENTS(2)
         GETDOMAINNAME(3)
        GETENV(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
         GETHOSTBYADDR(3)
         GETHOSTENT(3)
         GETHOSTBYNAME(3)
        GETLOGIN(3C)
        GETMSG(2)
        GETOPT(1)
        GETOPTS(1)
        GETOPT(3C)
        GETPASS(3C)
        GETPID(2)
        GETPW(3C)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        GETPWENT(3C)
         GETRPCBYNAME(3)
         GETRPCENT(3)
         GETRPCPORT(3)
        GETRPCBYNUMBER(3)
         GETS(1) XENIX System V (21 июня 1987)
        GETS(3S)
        GETTY(1M)
        GETTYDEFS(4)
        GETTY(7)
        GETTY(7)
        GETUID(2)
        GETUT(3C)
        GETUT(3C)
        GETUT(3C)
        GETUT(3C)
        GETC(3S)
        GETCWD(3C)
        GLOSSARY(1)
        CTIME(3C)
        GPS(4)
        GRAPH(1G)
        GRAPHICS(1G)
        GREP(1)
        GROUP(4)
        GROUPS(1)
        GROUP(5)
        GRPCHECK(1)
        SSIGNAL(3C)
        GUTIL(1G)
        GZEXE(1)
        H2PH(1)
        HALTSYS(ADM)
        HASHCHECK(1)
        HASHMAKE(1)
        HSEARCH(3C)
        HD(1)
        HSEARCH(3C)
        HDINSTALL(8)
        HDR(1) XENIX System V (21 июня 1987)
        HD(HW)
        HEAD(1)
        QSORT(3C)
        HELP(1)
        HELPADM(1M)
         GETHOSTENT(3)
        HOSTNAME(1)
        HP(1)
        HPT(1)
        HSEARCH(3C)
        HWCONFIG(1)
        HYPOT(3M)
        HYPOT(3M)
        ID(1)
        IDENT(1)
        IDLEOUT(8)
        IMACCT(1)
        IMAGEN(7)
        IMPRINT(1)
        INFOCMP(1M)
        INIT(1M)
        INITTAB(4)
        INIT(7)
        INNCONFVAL(1)
        INODE(4)
        INSTALL(1M)
        INSTALL(8)
        INTRO(1)
        INTRO(1M)
        INTRO(2)
        INTRO(4)
        INTRO(5)
        INTRO(7)
        INTRO(8)
        INTRO(HW)
        INTRO(3)
        IO(4)
        IOCTL(2)
        IOS(7)
        IPCRM(1)
        IPCRM(8)
        IPCS(1)
        IPCS(8)
        IPR(1)
         IPRINT(1)
        IPS(8)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        TTYNAME(3C)
        IPS(8)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        ISNAN(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        ISNAN(3C)
        ISNAN(3C)
        ISNAN(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        IPS(8)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        ISSUE(4)
        CTYPE(3C)
        CTYPE(3C)
        BESSEL(3M)
        BESSEL(3M)
        BESSEL(3M)
        JOIN(1)
        DRAND48(3C)
        KBMODE(ADM)
         KCLT_CREATE
        KEYBOARD(HW)
        KILL(1)
        KILLALL(1M)
        KILL(2)
        L3TOL(3C)
         A64L(3)
        LABELIT(1M)
        LAST(1)
        LASTCOMM(1)
        LBP(1)
        lckclnt
        DRAND48(3C)
        LD(1)
        LDCLOSE(3X)
        LDAHREAD(3X)
        LDOPEN(3X)
        LDCLOSE(3X)
        LDD(1)
        FREXP(3C)
        LDFCN(4)
        LDFHREAD(3X)
        LDGETNAME(3X)
        LDLREAD(3X)
        LDLREAD(3X)
        LDLREAD(3X)
        LDLSEEK(3X)
        LDLSEEK(3X)
        LDRSEEK(3X)
        LDSHREAD(3X)
        LDSSEEK(3X)
        LDOHSEEK(3X)
        LDOPEN(3X)
        LDRSEEK(3X)
        LDSHREAD(3X)
        LDSSEEK(3X)
        LDTBINDEX(3X)
        LDTBREAD(3X)
        LDTBSEEK(3X)
        LD(7)
        LEAVE(1)
        LEX(1)
        LSEARCH(3C)
        GAMMA(3M)
        GAMMA(3M)
        LIMITS(4)
        LINE(1)
        LINENUM(4)
        LINK(1M)
        LINK(2)
        LINT(1)
        LISTALIAS(1L)
        LN(1)
        CTIME(3C)
        LOCATE(1)
        LOCK(1)
        lockd
        LOCKF(3C)
         LOCKING(3)
         LOCK(3)
        LOG(7)
        EXP(3M)
        LOGIN(1)
        LOGNAME(1)
        LOGNAME(3X)
        EXP(3M)
        SETJMP(3C)
        LORDER(1)
        LP(1)
        LPADMIN(1M)
        LPADMIN(8)
        LPINIT(8)
        LPSCHED(8)
        LPR(1)
        LPRINT(1)
        LPSCHED(1M)
        LPSCHED(8)
        LPSCHED(8)
        LPSTAT(1)
        LPX(1)
        LP(HW)
        DRAND48(3C)
        LS(1)
        LSEARCH(3C)
        LSEEK(2)
        LSVFS(1)
        L3TOL(3C)
        M4(1)
        M68K(1)
        MACHID(1)
        MACHINE(HW)
        MAIL(1)
        MAILQ(1)
        MAILX(1)
        MAKE(1)
        MAKEKEY(1)
        MAKEKEY(7)
        MAKEKEY(8)
        MALLOC(3X)
        MALLOC(3X)
        MALLOC(3X)
        MALLOC(3X)
        MAPCHAN(5)
        MAPCHAN(7)
        MAPKEY(7)
        MAPKEY(7)
        MAPKEY(7)
        MASM(1)
        MASTER(4)
        MATH(5)
        MATHERR(3M)
        MATTRIB(1)
        MBADBLOCKS(1)
        MCD(1)
        MCS(1)
        MDEL(1)
        MDIR(1)
        MEM(7)
        MEMORY(3C)
        MEMORY(3C)
        MEMORY(3C)
        MEMORY(3C)
        MEMORY(3C)
        MEMORY(3C)
        MERGE(1)
        QSORT(3C)
        MESG(1)
        MESSAGES(1L)
        MESSAGES(7)
        MICNET(7)
        MKBOOT(8)
        MKDEV(8)
        MKDIR(1)
        MKDIR(2)
        MKFIFO(1)
        MKFS(1M)
        MKFS(8)
        MKMINI(1M)
        MKMODULES(1)
        MKNOD(1M)
        MKNOD(2)
        MKSHLIB(1)
         MKSTR(1)
        MKTEMP(3C)
        CTIME(3C)
        MKUSER(8)
        MKUTS(8)
        MLABEL(1)
        MMD(1)
        MMOUNT(1)
        MREN(1)
         mnt, umnt
        MNTTAB(4)
        mnttab
        FREXP(3C)
        MONITOR(3C)
        MORE(1)
        MOUNT(1M)
        MOUNTALL(1M)
        mountd
        MOUNT(2)
        MOUNT(8)
        MOUSE(HW)
        MPCC(7)
        DRAND48(3C)
        MRD(1)
        MREAD(1)
        MREN(1)
        MSCREEN(7)
        MSGCTL(2) MSGCTL(2)
        MSGGET(2)
         MSGGET(3)
        MSGOP(2)
        MTEST(1)
        MTOUT(1M)
        MTYPE(1)
        MULTISCREEN(7)
        MV(1)
        MVDIR(8)
        MVDIR(1M)
        MWRITE(1)
         NAP(3)
         WAITSEM(3)
         ncftp
        NCHECK(8)
        NCHECK(1M)
        NETUTIL(8)
        NEWALIASES(1)
        NEWFORM(1)
        NEWGRP(1)
        NEWS(1)
         DBM(3)
        nfs
        nfsclnt
        nfsd, biod
        NFSSTAT(1)
        nfs_svc, async_daemon
         NFS_GETFH
        NICE(2)
        NICE(1)
        NL(1)
        NLIST(3C)
        NM(1)
        nmountall, numountall
        NOHUP(1)
        DRAND48(3C)
        NROFF(1)
        NULL(7)
        nmountall, numountall
        NUSER(1M)
        OD(1)
        IPR(1)
        OPEN(2)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
         OPENSEM(3)
        OPERATOR(7)
        PACK(1)
        PAGESIZE(1)
        PARALLEL(HW)
        passmgmt
        PASSWD(4)
        PASSWD(5)
        PASSWD(1)
        PASTE(1)
        PAUSE(2)
        PCAT(1)
        POPEN(3S)
        pcnfsd
        PDP11(1)
        PERROR(3C)
        PFBTOPS(1)
        PG(1)
        PIPE(2)
        PLOCK(2)
        PLOT(4)
        PLOT(3X)
        PNCH(4)
        POLL(2)
        POPEN(3S)
        portmap
        EXP(3M)
        PR(1)
        PRF(7)
        ENV(1)
        PRINTF(3S)
        PRINTMAIL(1L)
         PROCTL(3)
        PROF(5)
        PROFIL(2)
        PROFILE(4)
        PROFILER(1M)
        PROFILE(7)
        PROF(1)
        PRS(1)
        PS(1)
        PSTAT(1)
        PTRACE(2)
        PTX(1)
        PUTC(3S)
        PUTC(3S)
        PUTENV(3C)
        PUTMSG(2)
        PUTPWENT(3C)
        PUTS(3S)
        GETUT(3C)
        PUTC(3S)
        PWADMIN(8)
        PWCHECK(1)
        PWCK(1M)
        PWD(1)
        QSORT(3C)
        QUOT(1)
        QUOTA(1)
        RAMDISK(HW)
        RAND(3C)
        RANDOM(1)
        RANLIB(1)
        RATFOR(1)
        RC0(1M)
        RC2(1M)
        RCMD(1)
        RCP(1)
        RCS(1)
        RCSCLEAN(1)
        RCSDIFF(1)
        RCSFILE(5)
        RCSFREEZE(1)
        RCSINTRO(1)
        RCSMERGE(1)
         RDCHK(3)
        READ(2)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
        MALLOC(3C)
        HALTSYS(ADM)
        RED(1)
        REGCMP(1)
        REGCMP(3X)
         REGEXP(3)
         REGEXP(3)
        REGCMP(3X)
         REGEXP(3)
        REGEXP(5)
         REGEXP(3)
         REGEXP(3)
        ACCEPT(1M)
        REMOTE(1)
        RENICE(1)
        RESTALL(1)
        RESTORE(1)
        REV(1)
        FSEEK(3S)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
         REX
        rexd
        RLOG(1)
        RM(1)
        RMAIL(1)
        RMDEL(1)
        RMDIR(2)
        RMDIR(1)
        rmtab
        RMUSER(8)
        rpc
         rpcgen
        rpcinfo
        RSH(1)
        RUNACCT(1M)
        RUNBIG(8)
        RWALL(1)
        RWHO(1)
        SACT(1)
        SAG(1G)
        SAR(1)
        SAR(1M)
        SAVETO(1M)
        SBNO(1)
        SBRK(3)
        SCANF(3S)
        SCC(1)
        SCCSDIFF(1)
        SCCSFILE(4)
        SCHEDULE(8)
        SCNHDR(4)
        SCREEN(HW)
        SCR_DUMP(4)
        SCSI(7)
        SCSI(HW)
        SDB(1)
        SDDATE(1)
         SDENTER(3)
         SDGET(3)
         SDGET(3)
         SDGETV(3)
        SDIFF(1)
         SDENTER(3)
         SDGETV(3)
        SED(1)
        DRAND48(3C)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
        SEMCTL(2)
        SEMGET(2)
        SEMOP(2)
        SERIAL(HW)
        SET(1)
        SETBUF(3S)
        SETBUF(3S)
        SETCLOCK(8)
        SETCOLOR(1)
         SETDOMAINNAME(3)
        GETENV(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
        GETGRENT(3C)
         SETHOSTENT(3)
        SETJMP(3C)
        SETKEY(1)
        CRYPT(3C)
        SETBUF(3S)
        SETMNT(8)
        SETMNT(1M)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        SETPGRP(2)
        SETPGRP(1)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        GETPWENT(3C)
        SETTIME(8)
         SETTIME(1)
        SHL(1)
        GETUT(3C)
        SETBUF(3S)
         SPUTL(3)
        SH(1)
        SHL(1)
        SHMCTL(2)
        SHMGET(2)
        SHMOP(2)
        showmount
         SHUTDN(3)
        SHUTDOWN(8)
        SHUTDOWN(1M)
        SIGNAL(2)
         SIGSEM(3)
        SIGSET(2)
        TRIG(3M)
        TRIG(3M)
        SINH(3M)
        SINH(3M)
        SIO(7)
        SIZE(1)
        SLEEP(1)
        SLEEP(3C)
        SNO(1)
        PRINTF(3S)
        SORT(1)
        SPLINE(1G)
        SPLIT(1)
        PRINTF(3S)
         SPUTL(3)
        EXP(3M)
        EXP(3M)
        RAND(3C)
        DRAND48(3C)
        SCANF(3S)
        SSIGNAL(3C)
        STARTER(1)
        STAT(2)
        statd
        statmon, current, backup, state
        STATFS(2)
        statmon, current, backup, state
        STAT(5)
        STAT(1G)
        STDIO(3S)
        STDIPC(3C)
        STIME(2)
         DBM(3)
        STRACE(1M)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRCLEAN(1M)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STREAMIO(7)
        STRERR(1M)
        STRING(3C)
        STRIP(1)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRTOD(3C)
        STRING(3C)
        STRTOL(3C)
        STTY(HW)
        STTY(1)
        SU(1)
        SUM(1)
        SVS(1)
        SWAB(3C)
        SWAP(1M)
        SWAPADD(2)
        SWAPCTL(1)
        SXT(7)
        SYMS(4)
        SYNC(2)
        SYNC(8)
        SYNC(1M)
        SYSADM(1M)
        SYSADMIN(8)
        SYSADMSH(8)
        SYSFS(2)
        SYSM68K(2)
        SYSTEM(3S)
        SYSTEMID(5)
        SYSTTY(7)
        PERROR(3C)
        PERROR(3C)
        TABS(1)
        TAIL(1)
        TALK(1)
        TRIG(3M)
        TRIG(3M)
        SINH(3M)
        SINH(3M)
        TAPE(HW)
        TAPEDUMP(1)
        TAPE(1)
        TAR(1)
        TSEARCH(3C)
        TEE(1)
        TELINIT(8)
        DIRECTORY(3X)
        TMPNAM(3S)
        TERM(4)
        TERMCAP(7)
         TERMCAP(3)
        TERMINAL(HW)
        TERMINFO(4)
        TERMINALS(7)
        TERMINFO(5)
        TERMIO(7)
        TERM(5)
        TEST(1)
        TSEARCH(3C)
         TERMCAP(3)
         TERMCAP(3)
         TERMCAP(3)
         TERMCAP(3)
         TERMCAP(3)
        TIC(1M)
        TID(1)
        TIME(2)
        TIMES(2)
        TIMEX(1)
        TIMEZONE(4)
        TIME(1)
        TIMOD(7)
        CU(1C)
        TIRDWR(7)
        TM(1)
        TMPFILE(3S)
        TMPNAM(3S)
        CONV(3C)
        TOC(1G)
        UNIX2DOS(1)
        CONV(3C)
        TOP(7)
         TOP(7)
        TOUCH(1)
        CONV(3C)
         TERMCAP(3)
        TPLOT(1G)
        TPUT(1)
         TERMCAP(3)
        TR(1)
        TRANSLATE(1)
        TRAP(1)
        TRCHAN(7)
        TRIG(3M)
        TRUE(1)
        TSEARCH(3C)
        TSET(1)
        TSORT(1)
        TSTMODE(1M)
        TTY(5)
        TTYCP(1)
        TTYNAME(3C)
        TTYS(5)
        TTYSLOT(3C)
        TTYTYPE(4)
        TTY(7)
        TTY(1)
        TSEARCH(3C)
        TYPES(5)
        TZ(5)
        CTIME(3C)
        CTIME(3C)
        U3B(1)
        UADMIN(2)
        UADMIN(1M)
        ULIMIT(2)
        ULIMIT(1)
        UMASK(2)
        UMASK(1)
         MNT, UMNT
        UMOUNT(2)
        UMOUNT(8)
        UNAME(2)
        UNAME(1)
        COMPRESS()
        UNGET(1)
        UNGETC(3S)
        UNGETTY(5)
        UNIQ(1)
        UNISTD(4)
        UNITS(1)
        UNIX2DOS(1)
        UNLINK(2)
        UNPACK(1)
        GETENV(3C)
        UNVIS(1)
        UPTIME(1)
        USAGE(1)
        USEMOUSE(1)
        USERS(1)
        USTAT(2)
        UTIME(2)
        UTMP(4)
        GETUT(3C)
        UTMP(5)
        uu-daily(8)
        DIAL(8)
        UUCHECK(8)
        UUCHECK(1M)
        UUCICO(8)
        UUCICO(1M)
        UUCLEAN(8)
        UUCLEANUP(1М)
        uucp-files(5)
        UUCP(1C)
        UUENCODE(1)
        UUENCODE(1)
        UUGETTY(1M)
        UUINSTALL(8)
        UULOG(1C)
        UUNAME(1C)
        UUPICK(1C)
        uupoll(8)
        uuq(8)
        UUSCHED(8)
        UUSCHED(1M)
        UUSTAT(1C)
        UUSUB(1M)
        UUTO(1C)
        UUTRY(8)
        UUTRY(1M)
        UUX(1C)
        UUXQT(8)
        UUXQT(1M)
        VAL(1)
        VALUES(5)
        VARARGS(5)
         VARARGS(3)
        PRINTF(3S)
        VAX(1)
        VC(1)
        VCP(1)
        VI(1)
        VPRINTF(3S)
        SCANF(3S)
        VI(1)
        VIDI(1)
        VI(1)
        VMSTAT(1)
        VOLCOPY(1M)
        VOLUME(1M)
        VPRINTF(3S)
        SCANF(3S)
        VSH(1)
        PRINTF(3S)
        VSPLIT(1M)
        VPRINTF(3S)
        SCANF(3S)
        VTTEST(1)
        W(1)
        WAIT(2)
         WAITSEM(3)
        WAIT(1)
        WALL(8)
        WALL(1M)
        WC(1)
        WHAT(1)
        apropos(1)
        WHEREIS(1)
        WHICH(1)
        WHO(1)
        WHODO(1M)
        WHOIS(1)
        WRITE(2)
        WRITE(1)
        WTMP(5)
        XARGS(1)
         XLIST(3)
         XREF(1)
         XSTR(1)
        BESSEL(3M)
        BESSEL(3M)
        YACC(1)
        YES(1)
        BESSEL(3M)
        YPCAT(1)
        YPMATCH(1)
        PASSWD(1)
        COMPRESS()
        ZDIFF(1)
        ZDIFF(1)
        ZFORCE(1)
        ZGREP(1)
        ZIPGREP(1)
        ZNEW(1)
         EXIT(3)
         TERMCAP(3)
        CONV(3C)
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Приемы профессиональной работы в UNIX


         Приемы профессиональной работы в UNIX. Введение
         ГЛАВА 1. Среда системы UNIX
         ГЛАВА 10. Смешанные приемы
         ГЛАВА 10. Смешанные приемы
         ГЛАВА 1. Среда системы UNIX
         ГЛАВА 2. Доступ к файлам
         ГЛАВА 2. Доступ к файлам
         ГЛАВА 2. Доступ к файлам
         ГЛАВА 3. Поддержка файловой системы
         ГЛАВА 3. Поддержка файловой системы
         ГЛАВА 3. Поддержка файловой системы
         ГЛАВА 4. Управление программной документацией
         ГЛАВА 4. Управление программной документацией
         ГЛАВА 5. Управление личной информацией I
         ГЛАВА 5. Управление личной информацией I
         ГЛАВА 5. Управление личной информацией I
         ГЛАВА 6. Управление личной информацией II
         ГЛАВА 6. Управление личной информацией II
         ГЛАВА 7. Устройства и файловые системы
         ГЛАВА 7. Устройства и файловые системы
         ГЛАВА 7. Устройства и файловые системы
         ГЛАВА 8. Коммуникации в системе UNIX
         ГЛАВА 8. Коммуникации в системе UNIX
         ГЛАВА 8. Коммуникации в системе UNIX
         ГЛАВА 9. Администрирование и безопасность
         ГЛАВА 9. Администрирование и безопасность
         Приемы профессиональной работы в UNIX
         Приемы профессиональной работы в UNIX. ПРИЛОЖЕНИЯ
        

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UNIX Unleashed, System Administrator's Edition


        Ch 1 -- The UNIX Operating System
        Ch 2 -- Getting Started: Basic Tutorial
        Ch 3 -- Additional UNIX Resources
        Ch 4 -- The UNIX File System
        Ch 5 -- General Commands
        Ch 6 -- Getting Around the Network
        Ch 7 -- Communicating with Others
        Ch 8 -- What Is a Shell?
        Ch 9 -- Bourne Shell
        Ch 10 -- The Bourne Again Shell
        Ch 11 -- Korn Shell
        Ch 12 -- The C Shell
        Ch 13 -- Which Shell Is Right for You? Shell Comparison
        Ch 14 -- What Is System Administration?
        Ch 15 -- UNIX Installation Basics
        Ch 16 -- Startup and Shutdown
        Ch 17 -- User Administration
        Ch 18 -- File System and Disk Administration
        Ch 19 -- Kernel Basics and Configuration
        Ch 20 -- Networking
        Ch 21 -- UNIX System Accounting
        Ch 22 -- Performance Monitoring
        Ch 23 -- Device Administration
        Ch 24 -- Mail Administration
        Ch 25 -- News Administration
        Ch 26 -- Backing up and Restoring Your System
        Ch 27 -- Administering FTP Services
        Ch 28 -- Backing up and Restoring Your System
        Ch 29 -- Glossary
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UNIX Unleashed, Internet Edition


        App A -- The GNU General Public License
        Ch 1 -- Graphical User Interfaces for End Users
        Ch 2 -- Graphical User Interfaces for Programmers
        Ch 3 -- Text Editing with vi and Emacs
        Ch 4 -- Awk
        Ch 5 -- Perl
        Ch 6 -- The C and C++ Programming Languages
        Ch 7 -- The make Utility
        Ch 8 -- Basic Formatting with troff/nroff
        Ch 9 -- Formatting with Macro Packages
        Ch 10 -- Writing Your Own Macros
        Ch 11 -- Tools for Writers
        Ch 12 -- UNIX Security Risks
        Ch 13 -- Security Technologies
        Ch 14 -- Security Organizations
        Ch 15 -- HTML--A Brief Overview
        Ch 16 -- MIME--Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
        Ch 17 --
        Ch 18 -- Developing CGIs with Shells
        Ch 19 --
        Ch 20 -- Developing CGIs with C and C++
        Ch 21 -- Introducing HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
        Ch 22 -- Monitoring Web Server Activity
        Ch 23 -- Introduction to Revision Control
        Ch 24 -- Introduction to RCS
        Ch 25 -- Introduction to CVS
        Ch 26 -- Introduction to SCCS
        Ch 27 -- AIX
        Ch 28 -- The BSD FAQ
        Ch 29 -- HP-UX FAQs
        Ch 30 -- Linux FAQ
        Ch 31 -- Solaris Frequently Asked Questions
        Ch 32 --
        Ch 33 -- IRIX FAQs
        Ch 34 -- Glossary
        -- Copyright --
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Операционная система UNIX


        Операционная система UNIX
        Основание и история
        Основные понятия ОС UNIX и базовые системные вызовы
        Основные понятия
        Ядро ОС UNIX
        Файловая система
        Разновидности файлов
        Принципы защиты
        Управление устройствами
        Базовые механизмы сетевых взаимодействий
        Распределенные файловые системы
        Основные функции и компоненты ядра ОС UNIX
        Проект операционной системы Multics: неудача с положительными последствиями
        Управление памятью
        Управление процессами и нитями
        Управление вводом/выводом
        Взаимодействие процессов
        Мобильное программирование в среде ОС UNIX
        Стандартные библиотеки
        Мобильность на уровне исходных текстов
        Бинарная совместимость
        Традиционные средства интерактивного интерфейса пользователей
        Командные языки и командные интерпретаторы
        Возникновение и первая редакция ОС UNIX
        Команды и утилиты
        Средства графического интерфейса пользователей
        Оконная система X как базовое средство графических интерфейсов в среде ОС UNIX
        Средства разработки графических интерфейсов
        Современное состояние ОС UNIX
        UNIX System V Release 4 и UnixWare
        Системы, основанные на System V Release 4
        Свободно распространяемые и коммерческие варианты ОС UNIX семейства BSD
        Другие свободно распространяемые варианты ОС UNIX
        Стандарты ОС UNIX
        Исследовательский UNIX
        Перспективные ОС, поддерживающие среду ОС UNIX
        Понятие микроядра
        Микроядро Mach университета Карнеги-Меллон
        Микроядро Chorus компании Chorus Systems
        Примеры микроядерных реализаций ОС UNIX
        Первый перенос ОС UNIX
        Седьмая редакция
        Возникновение группы университета г. Беркли (BSD)
        UNIX System III и первые коммерческие версии системы
        AT&T System V Release 2 и Release 3
        

Операционная система Unix. Инсталляция


        Состав программного обеспечения System V версии 4.0
        Требования к техническим средствам
        Общие сведения о процедуре инсталляции
        Новая инсталляция
         Оверлейная инсталляция
        Восстановление пакетов с ленты
        Восстановление пакетов с дискеты
        Установка базовой системы
        Операционная система Unix. Инсталляция
        Описание пакетов
        Выбор дополнительных логических дисков
        Общий перечень вопросов
        Использование утилиты PKGADD
        Копирование дискет
        

Операционная система UNIX (руководство пользователя)


         awk - язык сканирования и обработки текста
         Комбинация шаблонов
         Действие
         Строки и строковые функции
         Поле переменных
         Номер или строка
         Операторы управления потоком
         Массивы
         Функции, определенные пользователем
        Печать форматированного файла
         Вывод
         Ввод
        Многострочные записи. Функция getline. Аргументы командной строки
        Использование awk с другими командами и с shell
         Примеры использования
         Итоговое краткое описание awk
         Простые шаблоны
         Простые действия
        Примеры некоторых полезных программ
         Сообщения об ошибках
         Шаблоны
        Выражения отношения
        Регулярные выражения
        Общие сведения о системе Unix
        Команды
         Файловая система
         Расположение системы
        Принятые соглашения
        Основные сведения для пользователей Unix
         Использование символов управления
        Получение регистрационного имени
         Связь с системой UNIX
        Процедура регистрации
         Возможные проблемы при регистрации
        Простые команды
        Требуемые для установки терминальные характеристики
         Характеристики клавиатуры
        Соглашения по вводу
        Исправление ошибок ввода
         Использование специальных символов как буквенных
        Скорость. Останов команд.
         Файловая система
        Основные команды
         Команда cp - сделать копию файла
         Команда mv - переименование файла
         Команда rm - удалить файл
         Команда wc - подсчет строк, слов и символов
         Команда chmod - изменить статус файла
        Дополнительные команды
        Ваш собственный справочник
        Имя пути
         Правила именования справочников и файлов
         Организация справочника
        Команда ls - напечатать содержимое справочника
         Команда cd - изменить текущий справочник
         Команда rmdir - удалить справочник
         Обзор программных средств
        Редактирования текста
         Как работает текстовый редактор
         Режимы. Построчный редактор
         Экранный редактор
        Использование shell
         Окружение компьютера
         Программирование в shell
         Электронная связь
        Руководство по командной среде FACE
         Введение
        Структура экрана FACE
         Что вы увидите после регистрации
         Альтернативные последовательности
         Как использовать меню
        Как работать с формой
         Перемещение от окна к окну
         Управление внешним видом вашего оффиса
        Командное меню
        Получение помощи
        Выход из FACE
         Редактор текстов ed
         Команда замены (s)
        Команда поиска контекста
         Команда вставки строк (i)
         Работа со строками
        Работа с файлами
        Специальные символы
         Дополнительные возможности
        Сообщения редактора
        Краткий обзор команд
         Вызов редактора
         Запись файла. Выход из редактора
         Чтение файла
         Печать текста
        Просмотр файла
        Команда удаления строк (d)
        Команда отмены редакции (u)
         Экранный редактор vi
         Поиск символов по шаблону: команды / и ?
         Создание текста
        Удаление текста
        Команды удаления в командном режиме
        Модификация текста
         Извлечение и присоединение текста
        Копирование и перемещение текста с использованием регистров
         Специальные команды
        Использование команд построчного редактора
        Начальные установки
        Завершение работы с редактором vi
        Специальные опции для vi
        Режимы редактора
        Редактирование текста в командном режиме
         Завершение работы c vi
        Перемещение курсора по экрану
        Позиционирование курсора на неотображаемом тексте
        Переход на указанную строку
         Shell - интерпретатор командного языка
         Специальные символы
        Перенаправление ввода и вывода
        Выполнение, останов и повторный запуск процессов
         Средства программирования shell
         Переменные
        Конструкции языка программирования shell
         Отладка программы
        Использование shell переменных
        Операционная система UNIX (руководство пользователя)
        Приложения
        

UNIX in a Nutshell: System V Edition


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        Reference: apropos
        Reference: ar
        Reference: as
        Reference: at
        Reference: atq
        Reference: atrm
        Reference: awk
        Reference: banner
        Reference: basename
        Reference: batch
        Reference: bc
        Reference: bdiff
        Reference: bfs
        Reference: cal
        Reference: calendar
        Reference: cancel
        Reference: cat
        Reference: cb
        Reference: cc
        Reference: cd
        Reference: cdc
        Reference: cflow
        Reference: chgrp
        Reference: chkey
        Reference: chmod
        Reference: chown
        Reference: clear
        Reference: cmp
        Reference: cof2elf
        Reference: col
        Reference: comb
        Reference: comm
        Reference: compress
        Reference: cp
        Reference: cpio
        Reference: crontab
        Reference: crypt
        Reference: cscope
        Reference: csh
        Reference: csplit
        Reference: ctags
        Reference: ctrace
        Reference: cu
        Reference: cut
        Reference: cxref
        Reference: date
        Reference: dbx
        Reference: dc
        Reference: dd
        Reference: delta
        Reference: deroff
        Reference: df
        Reference: diff
        Reference: diff3
        Reference: diffmk
        Reference: dircmp
        Reference: dirname
        Reference: dis
        Reference: download
        Reference: dpost
        Reference: du
        Reference: echo
        Reference: ed
        Reference: edit
        Reference: egrep
        Reference: env
        Reference: eqn
        Reference: ex
        Reference: expr
        Reference: exstr
        Reference: face
        Reference: factor
        Reference: false
        Reference: fgrep
        Reference: file
        Reference: find
        Reference: finger
        Reference: fmli
        Reference: fmt
        Reference: fmtmsg
        Reference: fold
        Reference: ftp
        Reference: gcore
        Reference: gencat
        Reference: get
        Reference: getopts
        Reference: gettxt
        Reference: gprof
        Reference: grep
        Reference: groups
        Reference: head
        Reference: help
        Reference: hostid
        Reference: hostname
        Reference: iconv
        Reference: id
        Reference: install
        Reference: ipcrm
        Reference: ipcs
        Reference: ismpx
        Reference: join
        Reference: jsh
        Reference: jterm
        Reference: jwin
        Reference: keylogin
        Reference: keylogout
        Reference: kill
        Reference: ksh
        Reference: layers
        Reference: ld
        Reference: ldd
        Reference: lex
        Reference: line
        Reference: lint
        Reference: ln
        Reference: login
        Reference: logname
        Reference: lorder
        Reference: lp
        Reference: lpq
        Reference: lpr
        Reference: lprm
        Reference: lprof
        Reference: lpstat
        Reference: lptest
        Reference: ls
        Reference: m4
        Reference: m4
        Reference: mail
        Reference: mailalias
        Reference: mailx
        Reference: make
        Reference: makekey
        Reference: man
        Reference: mcs
        Reference: mesg
        Reference: mkdir
        Reference: mkmsgs
        Reference: more
        Reference: mv
        Reference: nawk
        Reference: newform
        Reference: newgrp
        Reference: news
        Reference: nice
        Reference: nl
        Reference: nm
        Reference: nohup
        Reference: notify
        Reference: nroff
        Reference: od
        Reference: openwin
        Reference: pack
        Reference: page
        Reference: passwd
        Reference: paste
        Reference: pcat
        Reference: pg
        Reference: pic
        Reference: pr
        Reference: printenv
        Reference: printf
        Reference: prof
        Reference: prs
        Reference: ps
        Reference: ptx
        Reference: pwd
        Reference: rcp
        Reference: red
        Reference: regcmp
        Reference: relogin
        Reference: reset
        Reference: rksh
        Reference: rlogin
        Reference: rm
        Reference: rmdel
        Reference: rmdir
        Reference: rsh
        Reference: rsh
        Reference: ruptime
        Reference: rwho
        Reference: sact
        Reference: sccs
        Reference: sccsdiff
        Reference: script
        Reference: sdb
        Reference: sdiff
        Reference: sed
        Reference: sh
        Reference: shl
        Reference: shutdown
        Reference: size
        Reference: sleep
        Reference: soelim
        Reference: sort
        Reference: spell
        Reference: split
        Reference: srchtxt
        Reference: strings
        Reference: strip
        Reference: stty
        Reference: su
        Reference: sum
        Reference: tabs
        Reference: tail
        Reference: talk
        Reference: tar
        Reference: tbl
        Reference: tee
        Reference: telnet
        Reference: test
        Reference: time
        Reference: timex
        Reference: touch
        Reference: tput
        Reference: tr
        Reference: troff
        Reference: true
        Reference: truss
        Reference: tset
        Reference: tsort
        Reference: tty
        Reference: umask
        Reference: uname
        Reference: uncompress
        Reference: unget
        Reference: uniq
        Reference: units
        Reference: unpack
        Reference: uptime
        Reference: users
        Reference: uucp
        Reference: uudecode
        Reference: uuencode
        Reference: uuglist
        Reference: uulog
        Reference: uuname
        Reference: uustat
        Reference: uuto
        Reference: uux
        Reference: vacation
        Reference: val
        Reference: vc
        Reference: vedit
        Reference: vi
        Reference: view
        Reference: w
        Reference: wait
        Reference: wall
        Reference: wc
        Reference: what
        Reference: whatis
        Reference: which
        Reference: who
        Reference: whois
        Reference: write
        Reference: xargs
        Reference: yacc
        Reference: zcat
        Reference: #
        Reference: #!shell
        Reference: :
        Reference: .
        Reference: [[ ]]
        Reference: name
        Reference: alias
        Reference: autoload
        Reference: bg
        Reference: break
        Reference: case
        Reference: cd
        Reference: continue
        Reference: do
        Reference: done
        Reference: echo
        Reference: esac
        Reference: eval
        Reference: exec
        Reference: exit
        Reference: export
        Reference: false
        Reference: fc
        Reference: fg
        Reference: fi
        Reference: for
        Reference: function
        Reference: getopts
        Reference: hash
        Reference: hash
        Reference: history
        Reference: if
        Reference: integer
        Reference: jobs
        Reference: kill
        Reference: let
        Reference: newgrp
        Reference: nohup
        Reference: print
        Reference: pwd
        Reference: r
        Reference: read
        Reference: read
        Reference: readonly
        Reference: return
        Reference: select
        Reference: set
        Reference: shift
        Reference: stop
        Reference: suspend
        Reference: test
        Reference: time
        Reference: times
        Reference: trap
        Reference: type
        Reference: typeset
        Reference: ulimit
        Reference: umask
        Reference: unalias
        Reference: wait
        Reference: whence
        Reference: while
        Reference: filename
        Reference: #
        Reference: #!
        Reference: :
        Reference: alias
        Reference: bg
        Reference: break
        Reference: breaksw
        Reference: case
        Reference: cd
        Reference: chdir
        Reference: continue
        Reference: default
        Reference: dirs
        Reference: echo
        Reference: end
        Reference: endif
        Reference: eval
        Reference: exec
        Reference: exit
        Reference: fg
        Reference: foreach
        Reference: glob
        Reference: goto
        Reference: hashstat
        Reference: history
        Reference: if
        Reference: jobs
        Reference: kill
        Reference: limit
        Reference: login
        Reference: logout
        Reference: nice
        Reference: nohup
        Reference: notify
        Reference: onintr
        Reference: popd
        Reference: pushd
        Reference: rehash
        Reference: repeat
        Reference: set
        Reference: setenv
        Reference: shift
        Reference: source
        Reference: stop
        Reference: suspend
        Reference: switch
        Reference: time
        Reference: umask
        Reference: unalias
        Reference: unhash
        Reference: wait
        Reference: while
        Reference: @
        Reference: abbrev
        Reference: append
        Reference: args
        Reference: change
        Reference: copy
        Reference: delete
        Reference: edit
        Reference: file
        Reference: global
        Reference: insert
        Reference: join
        Reference: k
        Reference: list
        Reference: map
        Reference: mark
        Reference: move
        Reference: next
        Reference: number
        Reference: open
        Reference: preserve
        Reference: print
        Reference: put
        Reference: quit
        Reference: read
        Reference: read
        Reference: recover
        Reference: rewind
        Reference: set
        Reference: shell
        Reference: source
        Reference: substitute
        Reference: t
        Reference: tag
        Reference: unabbreviate
        Reference: undo
        Reference: visual
        Reference: write
        Reference: write
        Reference: wq
        Reference: xit
        Reference: yank
        Reference: z
        Reference: !
        Reference: =
        Reference: < >
        Reference: address
        Reference: RETURN
        Reference: &
        Reference: ~
        Reference: #
        Reference: :
        Reference: =
        Reference: a
        Reference: b
        Reference: c
        Reference: d
        Reference: D
        Reference: g
        Reference: G
        Reference: h
        Reference: H
        Reference: i
        Reference: l
        Reference: n
        Reference: N
        Reference: p
        Reference: P
        Reference: q
        Reference: r
        Reference: s
        Reference: t
        Reference: x
        Reference: y
        Reference: atan2
        Reference: break
        Reference: close
        Reference: continue
        Reference: cos
        Reference: delete
        Reference: do
        Reference: exit
        Reference: exp
        Reference: for
        Reference: for
        Reference: function
        Reference: getline
        Reference: gsub
        Reference: if
        Reference: index
        Reference: int
        Reference: length
        Reference: log
        Reference: match
        Reference: next
        Reference: print
        Reference: printf
        Reference: rand
        Reference: return
        Reference: sin
        Reference: split
        Reference: sprintf
        Reference: sqrt
        Reference: srand
        Reference: sub
        Reference: substr
        Reference: system
        Reference: tolower
        Reference: toupper
        Reference: while
        Reference: .ab
        Reference: .ad
        Reference: .af
        Reference: .am
        Reference: .as
        Reference: .bd
        Reference: .bp
        Reference: .br
        Reference: .c2
        Reference: .cc
        Reference: .ce
        Reference: .cf
        Reference: .ch
        Reference: .cs
        Reference: .cu
        Reference: .da
        Reference: .de
        Reference: .di
        Reference: .ds
        Reference: .dt
        Reference: .ec
        Reference: .el
        Reference: .em
        Reference: .eo
        Reference: .ev
        Reference: .ex
        Reference: .fc
        Reference: .fi
        Reference: .fl
        Reference: .fp
        Reference: .ft
        Reference: .hc
        Reference: .hw
        Reference: .hy
        Reference: .ie
        Reference: .if
        Reference: .ig
        Reference: .in
        Reference: .it
        Reference: .lc
        Reference: .lg
        Reference: .ll
        Reference: .ls
        Reference: .lt
        Reference: .mc
        Reference: .mk
        Reference: .na
        Reference: .ne
        Reference: .nf
        Reference: .nh
        Reference: .nm
        Reference: .nn
        Reference: .nr
        Reference: .ns
        Reference: .nx
        Reference: .os
        Reference: .pc
        Reference: .pi
        Reference: .pl
        Reference: .pm
        Reference: .pn
        Reference: .po
        Reference: .ps
        Reference: .rd
        Reference: .rm
        Reference: .rn
        Reference: .rr
        Reference: .rs
        Reference: .rt
        Reference: .so
        Reference: .sp
        Reference: .ss
        Reference: .sv
        Reference: .sy
        Reference: .ta
        Reference: .tc
        Reference: .ti
        Reference: .tl
        Reference: .tm
        Reference: .tr
        Reference: .uf
        Reference: .ul
        Reference: .vs
        Reference: .wh
        Reference: .1C
        Reference: .2C
        Reference: .AE
        Reference: .AF
        Reference: .AL
        Reference: .AS
        Reference: .AT
        Reference: .AU
        Reference: .AV
        Reference: .B
        Reference: .BE
        Reference: .BI
        Reference: .BL
        Reference: .BR
        Reference: .BS
        Reference: .CS
        Reference: .DE
        Reference: .DF
        Reference: .DL
        Reference: .DS
        Reference: .EC
        Reference: .EF
        Reference: .EH
        Reference: .EN
        Reference: .EQ
        Reference: .EX
        Reference: .FC
        Reference: .FD
        Reference: FE
        Reference: .FG
        Reference: .FS
        Reference: .H
        Reference: .HC
        Reference: .HM
        Reference: .HU
        Reference: .HX
        Reference: .HY
        Reference: .HZ
        Reference: .I
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        Reference: .IE
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        Reference: .LB
        Reference: .LC
        Reference: .LE
        Reference: .LI
        Reference: .LO
        Reference: .LT
        Reference: .ML
        Reference: .MT
        Reference: .ND
        Reference: .NE
        Reference: .nP
        Reference: .NS
        Reference: .OF
        Reference: .OH
        Reference: .OK
        Reference: .OP
        Reference: .P
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        Reference: .PM
        Reference: .PX
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        Reference: .RD
        Reference: .RF
        Reference: .RI
        Reference: .RL
        Reference: .RP
        Reference: .RS
        Reference: .S
        Reference: .SA
        Reference: .SG
        Reference: .SK
        Reference: .SM
        Reference: .SP
        Reference: .TB
        Reference: .TC
        Reference: .TE
        Reference: .TH
        Reference: .TL
        Reference: .TM
        Reference: .TP
        Reference: .TS
        Reference: .TX
        Reference: .TY
        Reference: .VL
        Reference: .VM
        Reference: .WA
        Reference: .WE
        Reference: .WC
        Reference: .1C
        Reference: .2C
        Reference: .AB
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        Reference: .AI
        Reference: .AU
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        Reference: .B1
        Reference: .B2
        Reference: .BD
        Reference: .BR
        Reference: .BX
        Reference: .CD
        Reference: .DA
        Reference: .DE
        Reference: .DS
        Reference: .EN
        Reference: .EQ
        Reference: .FS
        Reference: .FE
        Reference: .GO
        Reference: .I
        Reference: .ID
        Reference: .IP
        Reference: .KE
        Reference: .KF
        Reference: .KS
        Reference: .LD
        Reference: .LG
        Reference: .LP
        Reference: .MC
        Reference: .ND
        Reference: .NH
        Reference: .NL
        Reference: .PP
        Reference: .QE
        Reference: .QP
        Reference: .QS
        Reference: .R
        Reference: .RE
        Reference: .RP
        Reference: .RS
        Reference: .SB
        Reference: .SG
        Reference: .SH
        Reference: .SM
        Reference: .SU
        Reference: .TE
        Reference: .TH
        Reference: .TL
        Reference: .TS
        Reference: .UL
        Reference: .1c
        Reference: .2c
        Reference: .ar
        Reference: .b
        Reference: .(b
        Reference: .)b
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        Reference: .bi
        Reference: .bl
        Reference: .bu
        Reference: .bx
        Reference: .+c
        Reference: .$c
        Reference: .$C
        Reference: .(c
        Reference: .)c
        Reference: .(d
        Reference: .)d
        Reference: .ef
        Reference: .eh
        Reference: .EN
        Reference: .ep
        Reference: .EQ
        Reference: .$f
        Reference: .(f
        Reference: .)f
        Reference: .fo
        Reference: .$H
        Reference: .$h
        Reference: .he
        Reference: .hl
        Reference: .hx
        Reference: .i
        Reference: .ip
        Reference: .ix
        Reference: .(l
        Reference: .)l
        Reference: .ll
        Reference: .lo
        Reference: .lp
        Reference: .m1
        Reference: .m2
        Reference: .m3
        Reference: .m4
        Reference: .n1
        Reference: .n2
        Reference: .np
        Reference: .of
        Reference: .oh
        Reference: .$p
        Reference: .$0
        Reference: .$n
        Reference: .pa
        Reference: .pd
        Reference: .pp
        Reference: .q
        Reference: .(q
        Reference: .)q
        Reference: .r
        Reference: .rb
        Reference: .re
        Reference: .ro
        Reference: .$s
        Reference: .sh
        Reference: .sk
        Reference: .sx
        Reference: .sz
        Reference: .TE
        Reference: .TH
        Reference: .th
        Reference: .tp
        Reference: .TS
        Reference: .u
        Reference: .uh
        Reference: .(x
        Reference: .)x
        Reference: .)x_
        Reference: .x1
        Reference: .xp
        Reference: .(z
        Reference: .)z
        Reference: .++
        Reference: admin
        Reference: cdc
        Reference: comb
        Reference: delta
        Reference: get
        Reference: help
        Reference: prs
        Reference: rmdel
        Reference: sact
        Reference: sccsdiff
        Reference: unget
        Reference: what
        Reference: ci
        Reference: co
        Reference: ident
        Reference: merge
        Reference: rcs
        Reference: rcsclean
        Reference: rcsdiff
        Reference: rcsfreeze
        Reference: rcsmerge
        Reference: rlog
        Reference: alias
        Reference: assign
        Reference: call
        Reference: catch
        Reference: cd
        Reference: clear
        Reference: cont
        Reference: CTRL-C
        Reference: dbxenv
        Reference: debug
        Reference: delete
        Reference: detach
        Reference: display
        Reference: down
        Reference: dump
        Reference: edit
        Reference: file
        Reference: func
        Reference: help
        Reference: history
        Reference: ignore
        Reference: kill
        Reference: language
        Reference: list
        Reference: make
        Reference: modules
        Reference: next
        Reference: nexti
        Reference: print
        Reference: pwd
        Reference: quit
        Reference: replay
        Reference: rerun
        Reference: restore
        Reference: return
        Reference: run
        Reference: save
        Reference: set
        Reference: setenv
        Reference: sh
        Reference: source
        Reference: status
        Reference: step
        Reference: step
        Reference: stepi
        Reference: stop
        Reference: stopi
        Reference: trace
        Reference: tracei
        Reference: unalias
        Reference: undisplay
        Reference: whatis
        Reference: when
        Reference: where
        Reference: whereis
        Reference: which
        Reference: search
        Reference: addr1/
        Reference: address
        [Chapter 1] Introduction
        [Chapter 1] 1.2 Bundling
        [Chapter 1] 1.3 What's in the Quick Ref
        [Chapter 1] 1.4 Beginner's Guide
        [Chapter 1] 1.5 Guide for Users of BSD-derived Systems
        [Chapter 2] UNIX Commands
        [Chapter 3] The UNIX Shell: An Overview
        [Chapter 3] 3.2 Purpose of the Shell
        [Chapter 3] 3.3 Shell Flavors
        [Chapter 3] 3.4 Common Features
        [Chapter 3] 3.5 Differing Features
        [Chapter 4] The Bourne Shell and Korn Shell
        [Chapter 4] 4.2 Syntax
        [Chapter 4] 4.3 Variables
        [Chapter 4] 4.4 Arithmetic Expressions
        [Chapter 4] 4.5 Command History
        [Chapter 4] 4.6 Built-in Commands (Bourne and Korn Shell)
        [Chapter 4] 4.7 Job Control
        [Chapter 4] 4.8 Invoking the Shell
        [Chapter 4] 4.9 Restricted Shells
        [Chapter 5] The C Shell
        [Chapter 5] 5.2 Syntax
        [Chapter 5] 5.3 Variables
        [Chapter 5] 5.4 Expressions
        [Chapter 5] 5.5 Command History csh shell
        [Chapter 5] 5.6 Built-in C Shell Commands
        [Chapter 5] 5.7 Job Control
        [Chapter 5] 5.8 Invoking the Shell
        [Chapter 6] Pattern Matching
        [Chapter 6] 6.2 Metacharacters, Listed by UNIX Program
        [Chapter 6] 6.3 Metacharacters
        [Chapter 6] 6.4 Examples of Searching
        [Chapter 7] The Emacs Editor
        [Chapter 7] 7.2 Summary of Commands by Group
        [Chapter 7] 7.3 Summary of Commands by Key
        [Chapter 7] 7.4 Summary of Commands by Name
        [Chapter 8] The Vi Editor
        [Chapter 8] 8.2 Movement Commands
        [Chapter 8] 8.3 Edit Commands
        [Chapter 8] 8.4 Saving and Exiting
        [Chapter 8] 8.5 Accessing Multiple Files
        [Chapter 8] 8.6 Interacting with UNIX
        [Chapter 8] 8.7 Macros
        [Chapter 8] 8.8 Miscellaneous Commands
        [Chapter 8] 8.9 Alphabetical List of Keys
        [Chapter 8] 8.10 Setting Up Vi
        [Chapter 9] The Ex Editor
        [Chapter 9] 9.2 Alphabetical Summary of Ex Commands
        [Chapter 10] The Sed Editor
        [Chapter 10] 10.2 Conceptual Overview
        [Chapter 10] 10.3 Syntax of Sed Commands
        [Chapter 10] 10.4 Group Summary of Sed Commands
        [Chapter 10] 10.5 Alphabetical Summary of Sed Commands
        [Chapter 11] The Awk Scripting Language
        [Chapter 11] 11.2 Conceptual Overview
        [Chapter 11] 11.3 Patterns and Procedures
        [Chapter 11] 11.4 Awk System Variables
        [Chapter 11] 11.5 Operators
        [Chapter 11] 11.6 Variables and Array Assignments
        [Chapter 11] 11.7 Group Listing of Awk Commands
        [Chapter 11] 11.8 Alphabetical Summary of Commands
        [Chapter 12] Nroff and Troff
        [Chapter 12] 12.2 Command-line Invocation
        [Chapter 12] 12.3 Using the Requests: An Overview
        [Chapter 12] 12.4 Default Operation of Requests
        [Chapter 12] 12.5 Group Summary of Requests
        [Chapter 12] 12.6 Alphabetical Summary of Requests
        [Chapter 12] 12.7 Escape Sequences
        [Chapter 12] 12.8 Predefined Number Registers
        [Chapter 12] 12.9 Special Characters
        [Chapter 13] mm Macros
        [Chapter 13] 13.2 Predefined String Names
        [Chapter 13] 13.3 Number Registers Used in mm
        [Chapter 13] 13.4 Other Reserved Macro and String Names
        [Chapter 14] ms Macros
        [Chapter 14] 14.2 Number Registers for Page Layout
        [Chapter 14] 14.3 Reserved Macro and String Names
        [Chapter 14] 14.4 Reserved Number Register Names
        [Chapter 15] me Macros
        [Chapter 15] 15.2 Predefined Strings
        [Chapter 16] Preprocessors
        [Chapter 16] 16.2 Eqn
        [Chapter 16] 16.3 Pic
        [Chapter 17] The SCCS Utility
        [Chapter 17] 17.2 Basic Operation
        [Chapter 17] 17.3 Identification Keywords
        [Chapter 17] 17.4 Data Keywords
        [Chapter 17] 17.5 Alphabetical Summary of SCCS Commands
        [Chapter 17] 17.6 sccs and Pseudo-commands
        [Chapter 18] The RCS Utility
        [Chapter 18] 18.2 Basic Operation
        [Chapter 18] 18.3 General RCS Specifications
        [Chapter 18] 18.4 Conversion Guide for SCCS Users
        [Chapter 18] 18.5 Alphabetical Summary of Commands
        [Chapter 19] The make Utility
        [Chapter 19] 19.2 Description File Lines
        [Chapter 19] 19.3 Macros
        [Chapter 19] 19.4 Special Target Names
        [Chapter 19] 19.5 Sample Default Macros, Suffixes, and Rules
        [Chapter 20] Program Debugging
        [Chapter 20] 20.2 The Dbx Debugger
        [Chapter 21] ASCII Character Set
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        [Preface] Scope of This Book
        [Preface] Conventions
        [Preface] Acknowledgments
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UNIX Unleashed, System Administrator's Edition


        Ch 1 -- The UNIX Operating System
        Ch 2 -- Getting Started: Basic Tutorial
        Ch 3 -- Additional UNIX Resources
        Ch 4 -- The UNIX File System
        Ch 5 -- General Commands
        Ch 6 -- Getting Around the Network
        Ch 7 -- Communicating with Others
        Ch 8 -- What Is a Shell?
        Ch 9 -- Bourne Shell
        Ch 10 -- The Bourne Again Shell
        Ch 11 -- Korn Shell
        Ch 12 -- The C Shell
        Ch 13 -- Which Shell Is Right for You? Shell Comparison
        Ch 14 -- What Is System Administration?
        Ch 15 -- UNIX Installation Basics
        Ch 16 -- Startup and Shutdown
        Ch 17 -- User Administration
        Ch 18 -- File System and Disk Administration
        Ch 19 -- Kernel Basics and Configuration
        Ch 20 -- Networking
        Ch 21 -- UNIX System Accounting
        Ch 22 -- Performance Monitoring
        Ch 23 -- Device Administration
        Ch 24 -- Mail Administration
        Ch 25 -- News Administration
        Ch 26 -- UUCP Administration
        Ch 27 -- Administering FTP Services
        Ch 28 -- Backing up and Restoring Your System
        Ch 29 -- Glossary
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UNIX Power Tools


        [Chapter 1] Introduction
        [Chapter 1] 1.2 Who Listens to What You Type?
        [Chapter 1] 1.3 Programs Are Designed to Work Together
        [Chapter 1] 1.4 Using Pipes to Create a New Tool
        [Chapter 1] 1.5 Anyone Can Program the Shell
        [Chapter 1] 1.6 Power Tools for Editing
        [Chapter 1] 1.7 Power Grows on You
        [Chapter 1] 1.8 There Are Many Shells
        [Chapter 1] 1.9 Which Shell Am I Running?
        [Chapter 1] 1.10 Internal and External Commands
        [Chapter 1] 1.11 How the Shell Executes Other Commands
        [Chapter 1] 1.12 What Makes a Shell Script?
        [Chapter 1] 1.13 Why Fundamentals Are Important
        [Chapter 1] 1.14 The Kernel and Daemons
        [Chapter 1] 1.15 Filenames
        [Chapter 1] 1.16 Wildcards
        [Chapter 1] 1.17 Filename Extensions
        [Chapter 1] 1.18 Who Handles Wildcards?
        [Chapter 1] 1.19 The Tree Structure of the Filesystem
        [Chapter 1] 1.20 Your Home Directory
        [Chapter 1] 1.21 Making Pathnames
        [Chapter 1] 1.22 How UNIX Keeps Track of Files: Inodes
        [Chapter 1] 1.23 File Access Permissions
        [Chapter 1] 1.24 The Superuser (Root)
        [Chapter 1] 1.25 Access to Directories
        [Chapter 1] 1.26 What a Multiuser System Can Do for You
        [Chapter 1] 1.27 How Background Processing Works
        [Chapter 1] 1.28 Some Gotchas with Background Processing
        [Chapter 1] 1.29 When Is a File Not a File?
        [Chapter 1] 1.30 Redirecting Input and Output
        [Chapter 1] 1.31 The X Window System
        [Chapter 1] 1.32 One Big Hole
        [Chapter 1] 1.33 UNIX Networking and Communications
        [Chapter 1] 1.34 What's Wrong with UNIX
        [Chapter 2] Logging In
        [Chapter 2] 2.2 Shell Setup Files-Which, Where, and Why
        [Chapter 2] 2.3 What Goes in Shell Setup Files?
        [Chapter 2] 2.4 Tip for Changing Account Setup: Keep a Shell Ready
        [Chapter 2] 2.5 Tips for Speeding up Slow Logins
        [Chapter 2] 2.6 Use Absolute Pathnames in Shell Setup Files
        [Chapter 2] 2.7 C Shell Setup Files Aren't Read When You Want Them to Be?
        [Chapter 2] 2.8 Identifying Login Shells
        [Chapter 2] 2.9 Speeding Up Your C Shell with set prompt Test
        [Chapter 2] 2.10 Gotchas in set prompt Test
        [Chapter 2] 2.11 Faster ksh and bash Startup with $- Test
        [Chapter 2] 2.12 Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
        [Chapter 2] 2.13 A .cshrc.$HOST File for Per Host Setup
        [Chapter 2] 2.14 motd.diff: Show New Lines in Login Messages
        [Chapter 2] 2.15 Unclutter Logins: Show Login Messages Just Once
        [Chapter 2] 2.16 Approved Shells: Using Unapproved Login Shell
        [Chapter 3] Logging Out
        [Chapter 3] 3.2 Running Commands at Bourne/Korn Shell Logout
        [Chapter 3] 3.3 Electronic Fortune Cookies
        [Chapter 3] 3.4 Automatic File Cleanup
        [Chapter 3] 3.5 Stop Accidental C Shell Logouts
        [Chapter 3] 3.6 Stop Accidental Bourne Shell Logouts
        [Chapter 3] 3.7 Detaching a Session with screen
        [Chapter 3] 3.8 What tty Am I On?
        [Chapter 4] Organizing Your Home Directory
        [Chapter 4] 4.2 A bin Directory for Your Programs and Scripts
        [Chapter 4] 4.3 Organizing Nonexecutable Scripts
        [Chapter 4] 4.4 Directories for Emacs Hacks
        [Chapter 4] 4.5 Private (Personal) Directories
        [Chapter 4] 4.6 Naming Files
        [Chapter 4] 4.7 Make More Directories!
        [Chapter 4] 4.8 Making Directories Made Easier
        [Chapter 4] 4.9 Setting Up vi with the .exrc File
        [Chapter 4] 4.10 Find All Command Versions with whereiz
        [Chapter 5] Setting Up Your Terminal
        [Chapter 5] 5.2 The Idea of a Terminal Database
        [Chapter 5] 5.3 Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
        [Chapter 5] 5.4 Setting the TERMCAP Variable with tset
        [Chapter 5] 5.5 Querying Your Terminal Type: qterm
        [Chapter 5] 5.6 Checklist: Terminal Hangs When I Log In
        [Chapter 5] 5.7 What termcap and terminfo Do and Don't Control
        [Chapter 5] 5.8 Terminal Escape Sequences
        [Chapter 5] 5.9 Setting Your Erase, Kill, and Interrupt Characters
        [Chapter 5] 5.10 Finding What Terminal Names You Can Use
        [Chapter 5] 5.11 Initializing the Terminal with tset
        [Chapter 5] 5.12 Initializing the Terminal with tput
        [Chapter 6] Shell and Environment Variables
        [Chapter 6] 6.2 Parent-Child Relationships
        [Chapter 6] 6.3 Predefined Environment Variables
        [Chapter 6] 6.4 The PATH Environment Variable
        [Chapter 6] 6.5 PATH and path
        [Chapter 6] 6.6 The TZ Environment Variable
        [Chapter 6] 6.7 What Time Is It in Japan?
        [Chapter 6] 6.8 Shell Variables
        [Chapter 6] 6.9 Special C Shell Variables
        [Chapter 6] 6.10 Running a Command with a Temporarily Different Environment
        [Chapter 7] Setting Your Shell Prompt
        [Chapter 7] 7.2 Basics of Setting the Prompt
        [Chapter 7] 7.3 C Shell Prompt Causes Problems in vi, rsh, etc.
        [Chapter 7] 7.4 Faster Prompt Setting with Built-Ins
        [Chapter 7] 7.5 Multiline Shell Prompts
        [Chapter 7] 7.6 Session Information in Your Terminal's Status Line
        [Chapter 7] 7.7 A "Menu Prompt" for Naive Users
        [Chapter 7] 7.8 Highlighting in Shell Prompts
        [Chapter 7] 7.9 Show Subshell Level with $SHLVL
        [Chapter 7] 7.10 What Good Is a Blank Shell Prompt?
        [Chapter 7] 7.11 dirs in Your Prompt: Better than $cwd
        [Chapter 7] 7.12 External Commands Send Signals to Set Variables
        [Chapter 7] 7.13 Pre-Prompt Commands in bash
        [Chapter 8] How the Shell Interprets What You Type
        [Chapter 8] 8.2 Introduction to bash
        [Chapter 8] 8.3 Introduction to tcsh
        [Chapter 8] 8.4 Command Evaluation and Accidentally Overwriting Files
        [Chapter 8] 8.5 Command-Line Evaluation
        [Chapter 8] 8.6 Output Command-Line Arguments
        [Chapter 8] 8.7 Setting Your Search Path
        [Chapter 8] 8.8 A Directory for Commands You Shouldn't Run
        [Chapter 8] 8.9 Wildcards Inside of Aliases
        [Chapter 8] 8.10 eval: When You Need Another Chance
        [Chapter 8] 8.11 Which One Will bash Use?
        [Chapter 8] 8.12 Which One Will the C Shell Use?
        [Chapter 8] 8.13 Is It "2>&1 file" or "> file 2>&1"? Why?
        [Chapter 8] 8.14 Bourne Shell Quoting
        [Chapter 8] 8.15 Differences Between Bourne and C Shell Quoting
        [Chapter 8] 8.16 Quoting Handles Special Characters in Filenames
        [Chapter 8] 8.17 verbose and echo Variables Show Quoting
        [Chapter 8] 8.18 Here Documents
        [Chapter 8] 8.19 "Special" Characters and Operators
        [Chapter 8] 8.20 How Many Backslashes?
        [Chapter 9] Saving Time on the Command Line
        [Chapter 9] 9.2 Fix a Line Faster with Line-Kill and Word-Erase
        [Chapter 9] 9.3 Reprinting Your Command Line with CTRL-r
        [Chapter 9] 9.4 Use Wildcards to Create Files?
        [Chapter 9] 9.5 Build Strings with { }
        [Chapter 9] 9.6 String Editing (Colon) Operators
        [Chapter 9] 9.7 String Editing in ksh and bash
        [Chapter 9] 9.8 Filename Completion: Faster Filename Typing
        [Chapter 9] 9.9 Don't Match Useless Files in Filename Completion
        [Chapter 9] 9.10 Filename Completion Isn't Always the Answer
        [Chapter 9] 9.11 Repeating a Command with a foreach Loop
        [Chapter 9] 9.12 The Bourne Shell for Loop
        [Chapter 9] 9.13 Multiline Commands, Secondary Prompts
        [Chapter 9] 9.14 Using Here Documents for Form Letters, etc.
        [Chapter 9] 9.15 Throwaway Scripts for Complicated Commands
        [Chapter 9] 9.16 Command Substitution
        [Chapter 9] 9.17 Handling Lots of Text with Temporary Files
        [Chapter 9] 9.18 Process Substitution
        [Chapter 9] 9.19 For the Impatient: Type-Ahead
        [Chapter 9] 9.20 Too Many Files for the Command Line
        [Chapter 9] 9.21 Handle Too-Long Command Lines with xargs
        [Chapter 9] 9.22 xargs: Problems with Spaces and Newlines
        [Chapter 9] 9.23 Workaround for "Arguments too long" Error
        [Chapter 9] 9.24 Get File List by Editing Output of ls -l, grep, etc.
        [Chapter 9] 9.25 The C Shell repeat Command
        [Chapter 9] 9.26 Expect
        [Chapter 10] Aliases
        [Chapter 10] 10.2 Aliases for Common Commands
        [Chapter 10] 10.3 C Shell Aliases with Command-Line Arguments
        [Chapter 10] 10.4 Aliases in ksh and bash
        [Chapter 10] 10.5 Sourceable Scripts
        [Chapter 10] 10.6 Avoiding C Shell Alias Loops
        [Chapter 10] 10.7 How to Put if-then-else in a C Shell Alias
        [Chapter 10] 10.8 Fix Quoting in csh Aliases with makealias and quote
        [Chapter 10] 10.9 Shell Functions
        [Chapter 10] 10.10 Simulated Bourne Shell Functions and Aliases
        [Chapter 11] The Lessons of History
        [Chapter 11] 11.2 History in a Nutshell
        [Chapter 11] 11.3 My Favorite Is !$
        [Chapter 11] 11.4 My Favorite Is !:n*
        [Chapter 11] 11.5 My Favorite Is ^^
        [Chapter 11] 11.6 Using !$ for Safety with Wildcards
        [Chapter 11] 11.7 History Substitutions
        [Chapter 11] 11.8 Repeating a Cycle of Commands
        [Chapter 11] 11.9 Running a Series of Commands on a File
        [Chapter 11] 11.10 Check Your History First with :p
        [Chapter 11] 11.11 Picking Up Where You Left Off
        [Chapter 11] 11.12 Pass History to Another Shell
        [Chapter 11] 11.13 Shell Command-Line Editing
        [Chapter 11] 11.14 More Ways to Do Interactive History Editing
        [Chapter 11] 11.15 Changing C Shell History Characters with histchars
        [Chapter 11] 11.16 Instead of Changing History Characters
        [Chapter 12] Job Control
        [Chapter 12] 12.2 Other Ways to Refer to Jobs
        [Chapter 12] 12.3 The "Current Job" Isn't Always What You Expect
        [Chapter 12] 12.4 Job Control and autowrite: Real Time Savers!
        [Chapter 12] 12.5 System Overloaded? Try Stopping Some Jobs
        [Chapter 12] 12.6 Notification When Jobs Change State
        [Chapter 12] 12.7 Stop Background Output with stty tostop
        [Chapter 12] 12.8 Job Control in a Nutshell
        [Chapter 12] 12.9 Running Multiple Shell Sessions with screen
        [Chapter 13] Redirecting Input and Output
        [Chapter 13] 13.2 One Argument with a cat Isn't Enough
        [Chapter 13] 13.3 Send (only) Standard Error Down a Pipe
        [Chapter 13] 13.4 Problems Piping to a Pager
        [Chapter 13] 13.5 Redirection in C Shell: Capture Errors, Too?
        [Chapter 13] 13.6 Safe I/O Redirection with noclobber
        [Chapter 13] 13.7 The () Subshell Operators
        [Chapter 13] 13.8 Using {list} to Group Bourne Shell Commands
        [Chapter 13] 13.9 Send Output Two or More Places with tee
        [Chapter 13] 13.10 How to tee Several Commands Into One File
        [Chapter 13] 13.11 tpipe-Redirecting stdout to More than One Place
        [Chapter 13] 13.12 Writing to Multiple Terminals for Demonstrations
        [Chapter 13] 13.13 The "Filename" -
        [Chapter 13] 13.14 What Can You Do with an Empty File?
        [Chapter 13] 13.15 What to Do with a Full Bit Bucket :-)
        [Chapter 13] 13.16 Store and Show Errors with logerrs
        [Chapter 14] Moving Around in a Hurry
        [Chapter 14] 14.2 Using Relative and Absolute Pathnames
        [Chapter 14] 14.3 What Good Is a Current Directory?
        [Chapter 14] 14.4 How Does UNIX Find Your Current Directory?
        [Chapter 14] 14.5 Saving Time When You Change Directories: cdpath
        [Chapter 14] 14.6 The Shells' pushd and popd Commands
        [Chapter 14] 14.7 Nice Aliases for pushd
        [Chapter 14] 14.8 Quick cds with Aliases
        [Chapter 14] 14.9 cd by Directory Initials
        [Chapter 14] 14.10 Variables Help You Find Directories and Files
        [Chapter 14] 14.11 Finding (Anyone's) Home Directory, Quickly
        [Chapter 14] 14.12 Marking Your Place with a Shell Variable
        [Chapter 14] 14.13 Which Directory Am I in, Really?
        [Chapter 14] 14.14 Automatic Setup When You Enter/Exit a Directory
        [Chapter 15] Wildcards
        [Chapter 15] 15.2 Filename Wildcards in a Nutshell
        [Chapter 15] 15.3 Adding { } Operators to Korn (and Bourne) Shells
        [Chapter 15] 15.4 What if a Wildcard Doesn't Match?
        [Chapter 15] 15.5 Matching All "Dot Files" with Wildcards
        [Chapter 15] 15.6 Maybe You Shouldn't Use Wildcards in Pathnames
        [Chapter 15] 15.7 Getting a List of Matching Files with grep -l
        [Chapter 15] 15.8 Getting a List of Non-Matching Files with grep -c
        [Chapter 15] 15.9 nom: List Files that Don't Match a Wildcard
        [Chapter 15] 15.10 Wildcards that Match Only Directories
        [Chapter 16] Where Did I Put That?
        [Chapter 16] 16.2 Finding Oldest or Newest Files with ls -t and ls -u
        [Chapter 16] 16.3 Reordering ls Listings
        [Chapter 16] 16.4 List All Subdirectories with ls -R
        [Chapter 16] 16.5 The Three UNIX File Times
        [Chapter 16] 16.6 clf, cls: "Compressed" ls Listings
        [Chapter 16] 16.7 ls Shortcuts: ll, lf, lg, etc.
        [Chapter 16] 16.8 The ls -d Option
        [Chapter 16] 16.9 An Alias to List Recently Changed Files
        [Chapter 16] 16.10 findcmd: Find a Command in Your Search Path
        [Chapter 16] 16.11 Showing Hidden Files with ls -A and -a
        [Chapter 16] 16.12 Useful ls Aliases
        [Chapter 16] 16.13 Can't Access a File? Look for Spaces in the Name
        [Chapter 16] 16.14 Showing Non-Printable Characters in Filenames
        [Chapter 16] 16.15 Script with a :-) for UNIX Converts: dir, ..., ...
        [Chapter 16] 16.16 Picking a Unique Filename Automatically
        [Chapter 16] 16.17 Getting Directory Name from a File's Pathname
        [Chapter 16] 16.18 Listing Files You've Created/Edited Today
        [Chapter 16] 16.19 stree: Simple Directory Tree
        [Chapter 16] 16.20 The vtree Visual Directory Tree Programs
        [Chapter 16] 16.21 Finding All Directories with the Same Name
        [Chapter 16] 16.22 Comparing Two Directory Trees with dircmp
        [Chapter 16] 16.23 Comparing Filenames in Two Directory Trees
        [Chapter 16] 16.24 Counting Files by Types
        [Chapter 16] 16.25 Listing Files by Age and Size
        [Chapter 16] 16.26 Finding Text Files with findtext
        [Chapter 16] 16.27 newer: Print the Name of the Newest File
        [Chapter 16] 16.28 oldlinks: Find Unconnected Symbolic Links
        [Chapter 16] 16.29 sls: Super ls with Format You Can Choose
        [Chapter 17] Finding Files with find
        [Chapter 17] 17.2 Delving Through a Deep Directory Tree
        [Chapter 17] 17.3 Don't Forget -print
        [Chapter 17] 17.4 Looking for Files with Particular Names
        [Chapter 17] 17.5 Searching for Old Files
        [Chapter 17] 17.6 Be an Expert on find Search Operators
        [Chapter 17] 17.7 The Times that find Finds
        [Chapter 17] 17.8 Exact File Time Comparisons
        [Chapter 17] 17.9 Problems with -newer
        [Chapter 17] 17.10 Running Commands on What You Find
        [Chapter 17] 17.11 Using -exec to Create Custom Tests
        [Chapter 17] 17.12 Finding Many Things with One Command
        [Chapter 17] 17.13 Searching for Files by Type
        [Chapter 17] 17.14 Searching for Files by Size
        [Chapter 17] 17.15 Searching for Files by Permission
        [Chapter 17] 17.16 Searching by Owner and Group
        [Chapter 17] 17.17 Duplicating a Directory Tree (No Pathnames with find {} Operator)
        [Chapter 17] 17.18 Using "Fast find"
        [Chapter 17] 17.19 Finding Files (Much) Faster with a find Database
        [Chapter 17] 17.20 grepping a Directory Tree (and a Gotcha)
        [Chapter 17] 17.21 lookfor: Which File Has that Word?
        [Chapter 17] 17.22 Finding the Links to a File
        [Chapter 17] 17.23 Finding Files with -prune
        [Chapter 17] 17.24 Skipping Some Parts of a Tree in find (A More Selective -prune)
        [Chapter 17] 17.25 Keeping find From Searching Networked Filesystems
        [Chapter 18] Linking, Renaming, and Copying Files
        [Chapter 18] 18.2 What's Really in a Directory
        [Chapter 18] 18.3 Files with Two or More Names
        [Chapter 18] 18.4 More About Links
        [Chapter 18] 18.5 Creating and Removing Links
        [Chapter 18] 18.6 Stale Symbolic Links
        [Chapter 18] 18.7 Linking Directories
        [Chapter 18] 18.8 Showing the Actual Filenames for Symbolic Links
        [Chapter 18] 18.9 Renaming, Copying, or Comparing a Set of Files
        [Chapter 18] 18.10 There's More than One Way to Do It
        [Chapter 18] 18.11 Renaming Files with ren
        [Chapter 18] 18.12 Renaming a List of Files Interactively
        [Chapter 18] 18.13 One More Way to Do It
        [Chapter 18] 18.14 Relinking Multiple Symbolic Links
        [Chapter 18] 18.15 Copying Directory Trees with cp -r
        [Chapter 18] 18.16 Copying Directory Trees with (tar | tar)
        [Chapter 19] Creating and Reading Archives
        [Chapter 19] 19.2 Introduction to Shell Archives
        [Chapter 19] 19.3 unshar: Unarchive a Shell Archive
        [Chapter 19] 19.4 A Simple Version of unshar
        [Chapter 19] 19.5 Using tar to Create and Unpack Archives
        [Chapter 19] 19.6 GNU tar Sampler
        [Chapter 19] 19.7 Extracting Files from a Compressed Archive
        [Chapter 19] 19.8 Problems with Verbose tar
        [Chapter 19] 19.9 A System V Tape Archiver: cpio
        [Chapter 20] Backing Up Files
        [Chapter 20] 20.2 Make Your Own Backups
        [Chapter 20] 20.3 How to Make Backups with a Local Tape Drive
        [Chapter 20] 20.4 Restoring Files from Tape with tar
        [Chapter 20] 20.5 Using tar to a Remote Tape Drive
        [Chapter 20] 20.6 Writing a Tape Drive on a Remote Machine
        [Chapter 20] 20.7 Creating a Timestamp File for Selective Backups
        [Chapter 20] 20.8 Telling tar Which Files to Exclude or Include
        [Chapter 20] 20.9 When a Program Doesn't Understand Wildcards
        [Chapter 20] 20.10 Avoid Absolute Paths with tar
        [Chapter 20] 20.11 Getting tar's Arguments in the Right Order
        [Chapter 20] 20.12 Protecting Files with SCCS or RCS
        [Chapter 20] 20.13 SCCS Basics
        [Chapter 20] 20.14 RCS Basics
        [Chapter 20] 20.15 List RCS Revision Numbers with rcsrevs
        [Chapter 21] More About Managing Files
        [Chapter 21] 21.2 A Better Place for Temporary Files: /tmp
        [Chapter 21] 21.3 Unique Names for Temporary Files
        [Chapter 21] 21.4 Why Both /tmp and /usr/tmp?
        [Chapter 21] 21.5 What Good Is a File's Last Access Time?
        [Chapter 21] 21.6 A File's Inode Change (not "Creation"!) Time
        [Chapter 21] 21.7 Setting File Modification Time with touch
        [Chapter 21] 21.8 The MAILCHECK and mail Variables Check More than Mail
        [Chapter 21] 21.9 Keep File Printouts Up-to-Date Automatically with make
        [Chapter 21] 21.10 Keep a Directory Listing at Top of the Screen: dirtop
        [Chapter 21] 21.11 Safer Removing, Moving, and Copying
        [Chapter 21] 21.12 Copying Files to a Directory
        [Chapter 21] 21.13 Read an Inode with stat
        [Chapter 21] 21.14 Automatically Appending the Date to a Filename
        [Chapter 22] File Security, Ownership, and Sharing
        [Chapter 22] 22.2 Tutorial on File and Directory Permissions
        [Chapter 22] 22.3 Who Will Own a New File?
        [Chapter 22] 22.4 Setting an Exact umask
        [Chapter 22] 22.5 Group Permissions in a Directory with the setgid Bit
        [Chapter 22] 22.6 Protecting Files with the Sticky Bit
        [Chapter 22] 22.7 Using chmod to Change File Permission
        [Chapter 22] 22.8 The Handy chmod = Operator
        [Chapter 22] 22.9 Protect Important Files: Make Them Unwritable
        [Chapter 22] 22.10 cx, cw, c-w: Quick File Permission Changes
        [Chapter 22] 22.11 A Loophole: Modifying Files Without Write Access
        [Chapter 22] 22.12 A Directory that People Can Access but Can't List
        [Chapter 22] 22.13 Groups and Group Ownership
        [Chapter 22] 22.14 Add Users to a Group to Deny Permission
        [Chapter 22] 22.15 Juggling Permissions
        [Chapter 22] 22.16 Copying Permissions with cpmod
        [Chapter 22] 22.17 Ways of Improving the Security of crypt
        [Chapter 22] 22.18 Clear Your Terminal for Security, to Stop Burn-in
        [Chapter 22] 22.19 Shell Scripts Must be Readable and (Usually) Executable
        [Chapter 22] 22.20 Why Can't You Change File Ownership Under BSD UNIX?
        [Chapter 22] 22.21 How to Change File Ownership Without chown
        [Chapter 22] 22.22 The su Command Isn't Just for the Superuser
        [Chapter 23] Removing Files
        [Chapter 23] 23.2 rm and Its Dangers
        [Chapter 23] 23.3 Tricks for Making rm Safer
        [Chapter 23] 23.4 Answer "Yes" or "No" Forever with yes
        [Chapter 23] 23.5 Remove Some, Leave Some
        [Chapter 23] 23.6 A Faster Way to Remove Files Interactively
        [Chapter 23] 23.7 Safer File Deletion in Some Directories
        [Chapter 23] 23.8 Safe Delete: Pros and Cons
        [Chapter 23] 23.9 delete: Protecting Files from Accidental Deletion
        [Chapter 23] 23.10 Deletion with Prejudice: rm -f
        [Chapter 23] 23.11 Deleting Files with Odd Names
        [Chapter 23] 23.12 Using Wildcards to Delete Files with Strange Names
        [Chapter 23] 23.13 Deleting Files with the Null Name
        [Chapter 23] 23.14 Handling a Filename Starting with a Dash (-)
        [Chapter 23] 23.15 Using unlink to Remove a File with a Strange Name
        [Chapter 23] 23.16 Removing a Strange File by its I-number
        [Chapter 23] 23.17 Problems Deleting Directories
        [Chapter 23] 23.18 How Making and Deleting Directories Works
        [Chapter 23] 23.19 Deleting (BSD) Manual Pages that Aren't Read
        [Chapter 23] 23.20 Deleting Stale Files
        [Chapter 23] 23.21 Removing Every File but One
        [Chapter 23] 23.22 Using find to Clear Out Unneeded Files
        [Chapter 24] Other Ways to Get Disk Space
        [Chapter 24] 24.2 Save Space with Bit Bucket Log Files and Mailboxes
        [Chapter 24] 24.3 Unlinking Open Files Isn't a Good Idea
        [Chapter 24] 24.4 Save Space with a Link
        [Chapter 24] 24.5 Limiting File Sizes
        [Chapter 24] 24.6 Save Space with Tab Characters
        [Chapter 24] 24.7 Compressing Files to Save Space
        [Chapter 24] 24.8 Save Space: tar and compress a Directory Tree
        [Chapter 24] 24.9 How Much Disk Space?
        [Chapter 24] 24.10 zloop: Run a Command on Compressed Files
        [Chapter 24] 24.11 Edit Compressed Files with zvi, zex, and zed
        [Chapter 24] 24.12 Compressing a Directory Tree: Fine-Tuning
        [Chapter 24] 24.13 Save Space in Executable Files with strip
        [Chapter 24] 24.14 Don't Use strip Carelessly
        [Chapter 24] 24.15 Trimming a Directory
        [Chapter 24] 24.16 Trimming a Huge Directory
        [Chapter 24] 24.17 Disk Quotas
        [Chapter 24] 24.18 Huge Files Might Not Take a Lot of Disk Space
        [Chapter 25] Showing What's in a File
        [Chapter 25] 25.2 Four Ways to Skin a cat
        [Chapter 25] 25.3 Using more to Page Through Files
        [Chapter 25] 25.4 The "less" Pager: More than "more"
        [Chapter 25] 25.5 Page Through Compressed, RCS, Unprintable Files
        [Chapter 25] 25.6 What's in That White Space?
        [Chapter 25] 25.7 Show Non-Printing Characters with cat -v or od -c
        [Chapter 25] 25.8 Finding File Types
        [Chapter 25] 25.9 Adding and Deleting White Space
        [Chapter 25] 25.10 Squash Extra Blank Lines
        [Chapter 25] 25.11 crush: A cat that Skips all Blank Lines
        [Chapter 25] 25.12 Double Space, Triple Space ...
        [Chapter 25] 25.13 pushin: Squeeze Out Extra White Space
        [Chapter 25] 25.14 How to Look at the End of a File: tail
        [Chapter 25] 25.15 Finer Control on tail
        [Chapter 25] 25.16 How to Look at a File as It Grows
        [Chapter 25] 25.17 An Alias in Case You Don't Have tail
        [Chapter 25] 25.18 Watching Several Files Grow
        [Chapter 25] 25.19 Reverse Lines in Long Files with flip
        [Chapter 25] 25.20 Printing the Top of a File
        [Chapter 25] 25.21 Numbering Lines
        [Chapter 26] Regular Expressions (Pattern Matching)
        [Chapter 26] 26.2 Don't Confuse Regular Expressions with Wildcards
        [Chapter 26] 26.3 Understanding Expressions
        [Chapter 26] 26.4 Using Metacharacters in Regular Expressions
        [Chapter 26] 26.5 Getting Regular Expressions Right
        [Chapter 26] 26.6 Just What Does a Regular Expression Match?
        [Chapter 26] 26.7 Limiting the Extent of a Match
        [Chapter 26] 26.8 I Never Meta Character I Didn't Like
        [Chapter 26] 26.9 Valid Metacharacters for Different UNIX Programs
        [Chapter 26] 26.10 Pattern Matching Quick Reference with Examples
        [Chapter 27] Searching Through Files
        [Chapter 27] 27.2 Searching for Text with grep
        [Chapter 27] 27.3 Finding Text That Doesn't Match
        [Chapter 27] 27.4 Finding a Pattern Only When It's a Word
        [Chapter 27] 27.5 Extended Searching for Text with egrep
        [Chapter 27] 27.6 Fast grep Isn't
        [Chapter 27] 27.7 grepping for a List of Patterns
        [Chapter 27] 27.8 glimpse and agrep
        [Chapter 27] 27.9 New greps Are Much Faster
        [Chapter 27] 27.10 Search RCS Files with rcsgrep
        [Chapter 27] 27.11 A Multiline Context grep Using sed
        [Chapter 27] 27.12 Make Custom grep Commands (etc.) with perl
        [Chapter 27] 27.13 More grep-like Programs Written in Perl
        [Chapter 27] 27.14 Compound Searches
        [Chapter 27] 27.15 Narrowing a Search Quickly
        [Chapter 27] 27.16 Faking Case-Insensitive Searches
        [Chapter 27] 27.17 Finding a Character in a Column
        [Chapter 27] 27.18 Fast Searches and Spelling Checks with "look"
        [Chapter 27] 27.19 Finding Words Inside Binary Files
        [Chapter 27] 27.20 A Highlighting grep
        [Chapter 28] Comparing Files
        [Chapter 28] 28.2 Comparing Three Different Versions with diff3
        [Chapter 28] 28.3 Context diffs
        [Chapter 28] 28.4 Side-by-Side diffs: sdiff
        [Chapter 28] 28.5 Comparing Files Alongside One Another
        [Chapter 28] 28.6 Choosing Sides with sdiff
        [Chapter 28] 28.7 diff for Very Long Files: bdiff
        [Chapter 28] 28.8 More Friendly diff Output
        [Chapter 28] 28.9 ex Scripts Built by diff
        [Chapter 28] 28.10 Problems with diff and Tabstops
        [Chapter 28] 28.11 cmp and diff
        [Chapter 28] 28.12 Comparing Two Files with comm
        [Chapter 28] 28.13 make Isn't Just for Programmers!
        [Chapter 28] 28.14 Even More Uses for make
        [Chapter 28] 28.15 Show Changes in a troff File with diffmk
        [Chapter 29] Spell Checking, Word Counting, and Textual Analysis
        [Chapter 29] 29.2 Check Spelling Interactively with ispell
        [Chapter 29] 29.3 How Do I Spell That Word?
        [Chapter 29] 29.4 Inside spell
        [Chapter 29] 29.5 Adding Words to ispell's Dictionary
        [Chapter 29] 29.6 Counting Lines, Words, and Characters: wc
        [Chapter 29] 29.7 Count How Many Times Each Word Is Used
        [Chapter 29] 29.8 Find a a Doubled Word
        [Chapter 29] 29.9 Looking for Closure
        [Chapter 29] 29.10 Just the Words, Please
        [Chapter 30] vi Tips and Tricks
        [Chapter 30] 30.2 What We Cover
        [Chapter 30] 30.3 Mice vs. vi
        [Chapter 30] 30.4 Editing Multiple Files with vi
        [Chapter 30] 30.5 Edits Between Files
        [Chapter 30] 30.6 Local Settings for vi and ex
        [Chapter 30] 30.7 Using Buffers to Move or Copy Text
        [Chapter 30] 30.8 Get Back What You Deleted with Numbered Buffers
        [Chapter 30] 30.9 Using Search Patterns and Global Commands
        [Chapter 30] 30.10 Confirming Substitutions in ex and vi
        [Chapter 30] 30.11 Keep Your Original File, Write to a New File
        [Chapter 30] 30.12 Saving Part of a File
        [Chapter 30] 30.13 Appending to an Existing File
        [Chapter 30] 30.14 Moving Blocks of Text by Patterns
        [Chapter 30] 30.15 Useful Global Commands (with Pattern Matches)
        [Chapter 30] 30.16 Counting Occurrences; Stopping Search Wraps
        [Chapter 30] 30.17 Capitalizing Every Word on a Line
        [Chapter 30] 30.18 Setting vi Options Automatically for Individual Files
        [Chapter 30] 30.19 Modelines: Bug or Feature?
        [Chapter 30] 30.20 Multiple Editor Setup Files; Starting with a Search
        [Chapter 30] 30.21 Per File Setups in Separate Files
        [Chapter 30] 30.22 Filtering Text Through a UNIX Command
        [Chapter 30] 30.23 Safer vi Filter-Throughs
        [Chapter 30] 30.24 vi/ex File Recovery vs. Networked Filesystems
        [Chapter 30] 30.25 vi -r May not Write Recovered Buffer When You Exit
        [Chapter 30] 30.26 Shell Escapes: Running One UNIX Command While Using Another
        [Chapter 30] 30.27 vi Compound Searches
        [Chapter 30] 30.28 Keep Track of Functions and Included Files with ctags and tags
        [Chapter 30] 30.29 Setting Multiple tags Files
        [Chapter 30] 30.30 vi Outsmarts Dual-Function Function Keys
        [Chapter 30] 30.31 vi Word Abbreviation
        [Chapter 30] 30.32 Using vi Abbreviations as Commands (Cut and Paste Between vi's)
        [Chapter 30] 30.33 Fixing Typos with vi Abbreviations
        [Chapter 30] 30.34 vi Line Commands vs. Character Commands
        [Chapter 30] 30.35 Out of Temporary Space? Use Another Directory
        [Chapter 30] 30.36 The ex Open Mode Can Be Handy
        [Chapter 30] 30.37 Neatening Lines
        [Chapter 30] 30.38 Finding Your Place with Undo
        [Chapter 31] Creating Custom Commands in vi
        [Chapter 31] 31.2 Save Time and Typing with the vi map Commands
        [Chapter 31] 31.3 What You Lose When You Use map!
        [Chapter 31] 31.4 vi @-Functions
        [Chapter 31] 31.5 Keymaps for Pasting into a Window Running vi
        [Chapter 31] 31.6 Protecting Keys from Interpretation by ex
        [Chapter 31] 31.7 Maps for Repeated Edits
        [Chapter 31] 31.8 More Examples of Mapping Keys in vi
        [Chapter 31] 31.9 Good Stuff for Your .exrc File
        [Chapter 31] 31.10 Repeating a vi Keymap
        [Chapter 31] 31.11 Typing in Uppercase Without CAPS LOCK
        [Chapter 31] 31.12 Text-Input Mode Cursor Motion with No Arrow Keys
        [Chapter 31] 31.13 Making Cursor Keys Work in vi Text-input Mode
        [Chapter 31] 31.14 Don't Lose Important Functions with vi Maps: Use noremap
        [Chapter 31] 31.15 Fooling vi into Allowing Complex Macros
        [Chapter 31] 31.16 vi Macro for Splitting Long Lines
        [Chapter 32] GNU Emacs
        [Chapter 32] 32.2 Emacs Features: A Laundry List
        [Chapter 32] 32.3 Customizations and How to Avoid Them
        [Chapter 32] 32.4 Backup and Auto-Save Files
        [Chapter 32] 32.5 Putting Emacs in Overwrite Mode
        [Chapter 32] 32.6 Command Completion
        [Chapter 32] 32.7 Mike's Favorite Time Savers
        [Chapter 32] 32.8 Rational Searches
        [Chapter 32] 32.9 Unset PWD Before Using Emacs
        [Chapter 32] 32.10 Inserting Binary Characters into Files
        [Chapter 32] 32.11 Using Word Abbreviation Mode
        [Chapter 32] 32.12 Getting Around Emacs Flow Control Problems
        [Chapter 32] 32.13 An Absurd Amusement
        [Chapter 33] Batch Editing
        [Chapter 33] 33.2 Writing Editing Scripts
        [Chapter 33] 33.3 Line Addressing
        [Chapter 33] 33.4 Useful ex Commands
        [Chapter 33] 33.5 Running Editing Scripts Within vi
        [Chapter 33] 33.6 Change Many Files by Editing Just One
        [Chapter 33] 33.7 ed/ex Batch Edits: Avoid Errors When No Match
        [Chapter 33] 33.8 Batch Editing Gotcha: Editors Bomb on Big Files
        [Chapter 33] 33.9 patch: Generalized Updating of Files that Differ
        [Chapter 33] 33.10 Quick Globals from the Command Line with qsubst
        [Chapter 33] 33.11 Quick Reference: awk
        [Chapter 33] 33.12 Versions of awk
        [Chapter 34] The sed Stream Editor
        [Chapter 34] 34.2 Invoking sed
        [Chapter 34] 34.3 Testing and Using a sed Script: checksed, runsed
        [Chapter 34] 34.4 sed Addressing Basics
        [Chapter 34] 34.5 Order of Commands in a Script
        [Chapter 34] 34.6 One Thing at a Time
        [Chapter 34] 34.7 Delimiting a Regular Expression
        [Chapter 34] 34.8 Newlines in a sed Replacement
        [Chapter 34] 34.9 Referencing the Search String in a Replacement
        [Chapter 34] 34.10 Referencing Portions of a Search String
        [Chapter 34] 34.11 Search & Replacement: One Match Among Many
        [Chapter 34] 34.12 Transformations on Text
        [Chapter 34] 34.13 Hold Space: The Set-Aside Buffer
        [Chapter 34] 34.14 Transforming Part of a Line
        [Chapter 34] 34.15 Making Edits Across Line Boundaries
        [Chapter 34] 34.16 The Deliberate Scrivener
        [Chapter 34] 34.17 Searching for Patterns Split Across Lines
        [Chapter 34] 34.18 Multiline Delete
        [Chapter 34] 34.19 Making Edits Everywhere Except...
        [Chapter 34] 34.20 The sed Test Command
        [Chapter 34] 34.21 Uses of the sed Quit Command
        [Chapter 34] 34.22 Dangers of the sed Quit Command
        [Chapter 34] 34.23 sed Newlines, Quoting, and Backslashes in a Shell Script
        [Chapter 34] 34.24 Quick Reference: sed
        [Chapter 35] You Can't Quite Call This Editing
        [Chapter 35] 35.2 Neatening Text with fmt
        [Chapter 35] 35.3 Alternatives to fmt
        [Chapter 35] 35.4 recomment: Clean Up Program Comment Blocks
        [Chapter 35] 35.5 Remove Mail/News Headers with behead
        [Chapter 35] 35.6 Low-Level File Butchery with dd
        [Chapter 35] 35.7 offset: Indent Text
        [Chapter 35] 35.8 Centering Lines in a File
        [Chapter 35] 35.9 Splitting Files at Fixed Points: split
        [Chapter 35] 35.10 Splitting Files by Context: csplit
        [Chapter 35] 35.11 Hacking on Characters with tr
        [Chapter 35] 35.12 Converting Between ASCII and EBCDIC
        [Chapter 35] 35.13 Other Conversions with dd
        [Chapter 35] 35.14 Cutting Columns or Fields with cut
        [Chapter 35] 35.15 Cutting Columns with colrm
        [Chapter 35] 35.16 Make Columns Automatically with cols
        [Chapter 35] 35.17 Making Text in Columns with pr
        [Chapter 35] 35.18 Pasting Things in Columns
        [Chapter 35] 35.19 Joining Lines with join
        [Chapter 35] 35.20 Quick Reference: uniq
        [Chapter 35] 35.21 Using IFS to Split Strings
        [Chapter 35] 35.22 Straightening Jagged Columns
        [Chapter 35] 35.23 Rotating Text
        [Chapter 36] Sorting
        [Chapter 36] 36.2 Sort Fields: How sort Sorts
        [Chapter 36] 36.3 Changing the Field Delimiter
        [Chapter 36] 36.4 Confusion with White Space Field Delimiters
        [Chapter 36] 36.5 Alphabetic and Numeric Sorting
        [Chapter 36] 36.6 Miscellaneous sort Hints
        [Chapter 36] 36.7 Sorting Multiline Entries
        [Chapter 36] 36.8 lensort: Sort Lines by Length
        [Chapter 36] 36.9 Sorting a List of People by Last Name
        [Chapter 37] Perl, a Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister
        [Chapter 37] 37.2 Why Learn Perl? #1
        [Chapter 37] 37.3 Three Great Virtues of a Programmer
        [Chapter 37] 37.4 Why Learn Perl? #2
        [Chapter 37] 37.5 And Now, Perl 5
        [Chapter 38] Starting, Stopping, and Killing Processes
        [Chapter 38] 38.2 fork and exec
        [Chapter 38] 38.3 Managing Processes: Overall Concepts
        [Chapter 38] 38.4 Subshells
        [Chapter 38] 38.5 The ps Command
        [Chapter 38] 38.6 The Controlling Terminal
        [Chapter 38] 38.7 Why ps Prints Some Commands in Parentheses
        [Chapter 38] 38.8 What Are Signals?
        [Chapter 38] 38.9 Killing Foreground Jobs
        [Chapter 38] 38.10 Destroying Processes with kill
        [Chapter 38] 38.11 Printer Queue Watcher: A Restartable Daemon Shell Script
        [Chapter 38] 38.12 Killing All Your Processes
        [Chapter 38] 38.13 Interactively Kill Processes Matching a Pattern
        [Chapter 38] 38.14 Processes Out of Control? Just STOP Them
        [Chapter 38] 38.15 Cleaning Up an Unkillable Process
        [Chapter 38] 38.16 Why You Can't Kill a Zombie
        [Chapter 38] 38.17 Automatically Kill Background Processes on Logout in csh
        [Chapter 38] 38.18 nohup
        [Chapter 39] Time and Performance
        [Chapter 39] 39.2 Timing Programs
        [Chapter 39] 39.3 The csh time variable
        [Chapter 39] 39.4 Average Command Runtimes with runtime
        [Chapter 39] 39.5 Why Is the System So Slow?
        [Chapter 39] 39.6 lastcomm: What Commands Are Running and How Long Do They Take?
        [Chapter 39] 39.7 Checking System Load: uptime
        [Chapter 39] 39.8 A Big Environment Can Slow You Down
        [Chapter 39] 39.9 Know When to Be "nice" to OTher Users...and WhenNot to
        [Chapter 39] 39.10 A nice Gotcha
        [Chapter 39] 39.11 Changing a Job's Priority Under BSD UNIX
        [Chapter 39] 39.12 What Makes Your Computer Slow? How Do You Fix It?
        [Chapter 40] Delayed Execution
        [Chapter 40] 40.2 Waiting a Little While: sleep
        [Chapter 40] 40.3 The at Command
        [Chapter 40] 40.4 Choosing the Shell Run (We Hope) by at
        [Chapter 40] 40.5 Avoiding Other at and cron Jobs
        [Chapter 40] 40.6 System V.4 Batch Queues
        [Chapter 40] 40.7 Making Your at Jobs Quiet
        [Chapter 40] 40.8 Automatically Restarting at Jobs
        [Chapter 40] 40.9 Checking and Removing Jobs
        [Chapter 40] 40.10 nextday, nextweekday: Tomorrow or Next Weekday
        [Chapter 40] 40.11 Send Yourself Reminder Mail
        [Chapter 40] 40.12 Periodic Program Execution: The cron Facility
        [Chapter 40] 40.13 Adding crontab Entries
        [Chapter 40] 40.14 Including Standard Input Within a cron Entry
        [Chapter 40] 40.15 crontab Script Makes crontab Editing Easier/Safer
        [Chapter 41] Terminal and Serial Line Settings
        [Chapter 41] 41.2 stty and All That Stuff
        [Chapter 41] 41.3 Find Out Terminal Settings with stty
        [Chapter 41] 41.4 How UNIX Handles TAB Characters
        [Chapter 41] 41.5 Why Some Systems Backspace over Prompts
        [Chapter 41] 41.6 Using sleep to Keep Port Settings
        [Chapter 41] 41.7 Reading Verrrry Long Lines from the Terminal
        [Chapter 41] 41.8 ptys and Window Systems
        [Chapter 41] 41.9 Commands to Adjust Your Terminal
        [Chapter 41] 41.10 Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
        [Chapter 41] 41.11 How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
        [Chapter 41] 41.12 Finding Out What Characters Your Terminal's Special Keys Send
        [Chapter 42] Problems with Terminals
        [Chapter 42] 42.2 Fixing a Hung Terminal or Job
        [Chapter 42] 42.3 Why Changing TERM Sometimes Doesn't Work
        [Chapter 42] 42.4 Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
        [Chapter 42] 42.5 Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
        [Chapter 42] 42.6 Screen Size Testing Files
        [Chapter 42] 42.7 termtest: Send Repeated Characters to Terminal
        [Chapter 42] 42.8 Errors Erased Too Soon? Try These Workarounds
        [Chapter 43] Printing
        [Chapter 43] 43.2 Introduction to Printing on UNIX
        [Chapter 43] 43.3 Printer Control with lpc
        [Chapter 43] 43.4 Using Different Printers
        [Chapter 43] 43.5 Using Symbolic Links for Spooling
        [Chapter 43] 43.6 Printing to a Terminal Printer
        [Chapter 43] 43.7 Quick-and-Dirty Formatting Before Printing
        [Chapter 43] 43.8 Fixing Margins with pr and fold
        [Chapter 43] 43.9 Indenting Text for Printing
        [Chapter 43] 43.10 Filename Headers Above Files Without pr
        [Chapter 43] 43.11 Big Letters: banner
        [Chapter 43] 43.12 Typesetting Overview
        [Chapter 43] 43.13 The Text Formatters nroff, troff, ditroff, ...
        [Chapter 43] 43.14 nroff/troff and Macro Packages
        [Chapter 43] 43.15 From a Source File to the Printer
        [Chapter 43] 43.16 groff
        [Chapter 43] 43.17 Don't Have nroff? Try gnroff or awf
        [Chapter 43] 43.18 How nroff Makes Bold and Underline; How to Remove It
        [Chapter 43] 43.19 Removing Leading Tabs and Other Trivia
        [Chapter 43] 43.20 Displaying a troff Macro Definition
        [Chapter 43] 43.21 Preprocessing troff Input with sed
        [Chapter 43] 43.22 Converting Text Files to PostScript
        [Chapter 43] 43.23 psselect: Print Some Pages from a PostScript file
        [Chapter 43] 43.24 Other PostScript Utilities
        [Chapter 43] 43.25 The Portable Bitmap Package
        [Chapter 44] Shell Programming for the Uninitiated
        [Chapter 44] 44.2 Writing a Simple Shell Program
        [Chapter 44] 44.3 What's a Shell, Anyway?
        [Chapter 44] 44.4 Testing How Your System Executes Files
        [Chapter 44] 44.5 Test String Values with Bourne Shell case
        [Chapter 44] 44.6 Pattern Matching in case Statements
        [Chapter 44] 44.7 Exit Status of UNIX Processes
        [Chapter 44] 44.8 Test Exit Status with the if Statement
        [Chapter 44] 44.9 Testing Your Success
        [Chapter 44] 44.10 Loops That Test Exit Status
        [Chapter 44] 44.11 Set Exit Status of a Shell (Script)
        [Chapter 44] 44.12 Trapping Exits Caused by Interrupts
        [Chapter 44] 44.13 read: Reading from the Keyboard
        [Chapter 44] 44.14 Putting awk, sed, etc., Inside Shell Scripts
        [Chapter 44] 44.15 Handling Command-Line Arguments in Shell Scripts
        [Chapter 44] 44.16 Handling Command-Line Arguments with a for Loop
        [Chapter 44] 44.17 Handling Arguments with while and shift
        [Chapter 44] 44.18 Standard Command-Line Parsing
        [Chapter 44] 44.19 The Bourne Shell set Command
        [Chapter 44] 44.20 test: Testing Files and Strings
        [Chapter 44] 44.21 Picking a Name for a New Command
        [Chapter 44] 44.22 Finding a Program Name; Multiple Program Names
        [Chapter 44] 44.23 Reading Files with the . and source Commands
        [Chapter 45] Shell Programming for the Initiated
        [Chapter 45] 45.2 The Story of : # #!
        [Chapter 45] 45.3 Don't Need a Shell for Your Script? Don't Use One
        [Chapter 45] 45.4 Fun with #!
        [Chapter 45] 45.5 A File That Shows Itself... and What #! Does
        [Chapter 45] 45.6 Making Sure Your Script Runs with Bourne Shell, Without #!
        [Chapter 45] 45.7 The exec Command
        [Chapter 45] 45.8 Handling Signals to Child Processes
        [Chapter 45] 45.9 The Unappreciated Bourne Shell ":" Operator
        [Chapter 45] 45.10 Removing a File Once It's Opened - for Security and Easy Cleanup
        [Chapter 45] 45.11 The Multipurpose jot Command
        [Chapter 45] 45.12 Parameter Substitution
        [Chapter 45] 45.13 Save Disk Space and Programming: Multiple Names for a Program
        [Chapter 45] 45.14 Finding the Last Command-Line Argument
        [Chapter 45] 45.15 How to Unset all Command-Line Parameters
        [Chapter 45] 45.16 Standard Input to a for Loop
        [Chapter 45] 45.17 Making a for Loop with Multiple Variables
        [Chapter 45] 45.18 Using basename and dirname
        [Chapter 45] 45.19 A while Loop with Several Loop Control Commands
        [Chapter 45] 45.20 Overview: Open Files and File Descriptors
        [Chapter 45] 45.21 n>&m: Swap Standard Output and Standard Error
        [Chapter 45] 45.22 Handling Files Line-by-Line
        [Chapter 45] 45.23 The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
        [Chapter 45] 45.24 A Shell Can Read a Script from its Standard Input, But...
        [Chapter 45] 45.25 Shell Scripts On-the-Fly from Standard Input
        [Chapter 45] 45.26 Quoted hereis Document Terminators: sh vs. csh
        [Chapter 45] 45.27 Turn Off echo for "Secret" Answers
        [Chapter 45] 45.28 Quick Reference: expr
        [Chapter 45] 45.29 Testing Characters in a String with expr
        [Chapter 45] 45.30 Grabbing Parts of a String
        [Chapter 45] 45.31 Nested Command Substitution
        [Chapter 45] 45.32 A Better read Command: grabchars
        [Chapter 45] 45.33 Testing Two Strings with One case Statement
        [Chapter 45] 45.34 Arrays in the Bourne Shell
        [Chapter 45] 45.35 Using a Control Character in a Script
        [Chapter 45] 45.36 Shell Lockfile
        [Chapter 46] Shell Script Debugging and Gotchas
        [Chapter 46] 46.2 Quoting Trouble? Think, Then Use echo
        [Chapter 46] 46.3 Bourne Shell Debugger Shows a Shell Variable
        [Chapter 46] 46.4 Stop Syntax Errors in Numeric Tests
        [Chapter 46] 46.5 Stop Syntax Errors in String Tests
        [Chapter 46] 46.6 Watch Out for Bourne Shell -e Bug
        [Chapter 46] 46.7 Quoting and Command-Line Parameters
        [Chapter 46] 46.8 Test Built-In Commands for Failure
        [Chapter 46] 46.9 If Command Doesn't Return a Status, Test the Error Messages
        [Chapter 46] 46.10 A Portable echo Command
        [Chapter 47] C Shell Programming...NOT
        [Chapter 47] 47.2 C Shell Programming Considered Harmful
        [Chapter 47] 47.3 Conditional Statements with if
        [Chapter 47] 47.4 C Shell Variable Operators and Expressions
        [Chapter 47] 47.5 Using C Shell Arrays
        [Chapter 47] 47.6 Quick Reference: C Shell switch Statement
        [Chapter 48] Office Automation
        [Chapter 48] 48.2 Online Phone and Address Lists
        [Chapter 48] 48.3 A Scratchpad on Your Screen
        [Chapter 48] 48.4 Automatic Reminders and More: calendar
        [Chapter 48] 48.5 leave: A Maddening Aid to Quitting on Time
        [Chapter 48] 48.6 Get Calendar for Any Month or Year: cal
        [Chapter 48] 48.7 cal That Marks Today's Date
        [Chapter 48] 48.8 Calendar for 132-Column Terminals or Printers
        [Chapter 48] 48.9 PostScript Calendars with pcal
        [Chapter 48] 48.10 Working with Names and Addresses
        [Chapter 48] 48.11 The index Database Program
        [Chapter 48] 48.12 Using index with a Filter
        [Chapter 49] Working with Numbers
        [Chapter 49] 49.2 bc: Hexadecimal or Binary Conversion
        [Chapter 49] 49.3 Gotchas in Base Conversion
        [Chapter 49] 49.4 bc's Sine and Cosine Are in Radians
        [Chapter 49] 49.5 Base Conversion Using cvtbase
        [Chapter 49] 49.6 Quick Arithmetic with expr
        [Chapter 49] 49.7 Total a Column with addup
        [Chapter 49] 49.8 It's Great to Have a Spreadsheet
        [Chapter 49] 49.9 Business Graphics with ipl
        [Chapter 50] Help--Online Documentation, etc.
        [Chapter 50] 50.2 The apropos Command
        [Chapter 50] 50.3 apropos on Systems Without apropos
        [Chapter 50] 50.4 whatis: One-Line Command Summaries
        [Chapter 50] 50.5 whereis: Finding Where a Command Is Located
        [Chapter 50] 50.6 Searching Online Manual Pages
        [Chapter 50] 50.7 How UNIX Systems Remember Their Name
        [Chapter 50] 50.8 Which Version Am I Using?
        [Chapter 50] 50.9 Reading a Permuted Index
        [Chapter 50] 50.10 Make Your Own Man Pages Without Learning troff
        [Chapter 50] 50.11 Writing a Simple Man Page with the -man Macros
        [Chapter 50] 50.12 Common UNIX Error Messages
        [Chapter 51] Miscellaneous Useful Programs and Curiosities
        [Chapter 51] 51.2 How UNIX Keeps Time
        [Chapter 51] 51.3 ASCII Characters: Listing and Getting Values
        [Chapter 51] 51.4 Who's On?
        [Chapter 51] 51.5 Copy What You Do with script
        [Chapter 51] 51.6 Cleaning script Files
        [Chapter 51] 51.7 When You Get Impatient
        [Chapter 51] 51.8 Type Bang Splat. Don't Forget the Rabbit Ears
        [Chapter 51] 51.9 Making a "Login" Shell
        [Chapter 51] 51.10 The date Command
        [Chapter 51] 51.11 Making an Arbitrary-Size File for Testing
        [Chapter 51] 51.12 You Don't Have Enough Smileys?
        [Chapter 52] What's on the Disc
        [Chapter 52] 52.2 Where Does Free Software End and UNIX Begin?
        [Chapter 52] 52.3 Shrink-Wrapped Software for UNIX
        [Chapter 52] 52.4 Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
        [Chapter 52] 52.5 Using the Power Tools CD-ROM
        [Chapter 52] 52.6 Don't Have a CD-ROM Drive?
        [Chapter 52] 52.7 Other Ways to Get the Software
        [Chapter 52] 52.8 Building Programs from Source Code
        [Chapter 52] 52.9 Software Support from RTR
        Glossary
        UNIX Power Tools
        [Part I] Making Yourself at Home
        [Part II] Let the Computer Do the Dirty Work
        [Part III] Working with the Filesystem
        [Part IV] Looking Inside Files
        [Part V] Text Editing
        [Part VI] Managing Processes
        [Part VII] Terminals and Printers
        [Part VIII] Shell Programming
        [Part IX] Miscellaneous
        Preface
        [Preface] Like an Almanac
        [Preface] Like a News Magazine
        [Preface] Like a Hypertext Database
        [Preface] Programs on the CD-ROM
        [Preface] About UNIX Versions
        [Preface] Cross-References
        [Preface] What's New in the Second Edition
        [Preface] Typefaces and Other Conventions
        [Preface] The Authors
        [Preface] The Fine Print
        [Preface] Request for Comments
        [Preface] Acknowledgments
        [Preface] Acknowledgments for the Second Edition
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Введение в UNIX


        

Unix для начинающих


    

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Руководство по BIND 4.9.5


        Предисловие. Руководство по BIND 4.9.5
        Руководство по BIND 4.9.5
        Сервис имен
        Безопасность
        Типы зон
        Типы серверов
        Файлы
        Файлы
        Настройка своего собственного домена
        Управление доменом
        Построение системы с сервером имен
        Руководство по BIND 4.9.5
        

Введение в CVS


        

Domain Name System


        

DOSEmu


        DOSEmu
        DOSEmu: Using X
        DOSEmu: Running Windows under DOSEmu
        DOSEmu: Mouse Garrot
        DOSEmu: Running a DOS-application directly from Unix shell
        DOSEmu: Setting HogThreshold
        DOSEmu: Commands & Utilities
        DOSEmu: Keymaps
        DOSEmu: Networking using DOSEmu
        DOSEmu: Using Windows and Winsock
        DOSEmu: Runtime Configuration Options
        DOSEmu: Security
        DOSEmu: Directly executable DOS applications using dosemu (DEXE)
        DOSEmu: Sound
        DOSEmu: Using Lredir
        DOSEmu: Running dosemu as a normal user
        DOSEmu: Using CDROMS
        DOSEmu: Logging from DOSEmu
        DOSEmu
        

Small FAQ по настройке fido под Unix(Linux).


        

GNOME User's Guide


        

GNOME User's Guide


        About This Guide
        Amusements
        Multimedia
        Monitors
        Network
        Utility
        Window Managers and GNOME
        Making a New Appointment
        Setting Up the GNOME Calendar
        Using the GNOME Calendar
        Global Panel Properties
        Configuring the Panel
        This Panel Properties
        The GNOME Desktop
        Desktop Areas
        Other Desktop Menus
        Using the Desktop
        A Drag and Drop Tour of GNOME
        Enlightenment Menus
        The Enlightenment Window Manager
        The Enlightenment Configuration Tool
        The GNOME Calendar
        The GNOME Control Center
        Desktop Capplets
        GNOME Edit Properties
        GNOME Mime Types
        Multimedia Capplets
        Peripherals
        Session Manager
        The GNOME File Manager
        Copying and Moving Files
        File Properties and Actions
         Launching Applications From the GNOME File Manager
        Menu Guide to the GNOME File Manager
        Moving Around the GNOME File Manager
        Changing Your Preferences in The File Manager
        Renaming Files
        Selecting Files
        Using the GNOME CD Player
        GNOME CD Player
        An Introduction to GNOME
        ln25
        Logging Out of GNOME
        Editing the Main Menu
        Adding Applications and Applets to the Panel
        Panel Applets
        The Basics
        Moving and Adding Panels
        Using the GNOME Panel
        GNOME Quick Start
        Resetting the GNOME Session
        Running Applications
        A Word About Session Management
        Changing Window Managers
        

Руководство пользователя GNOME


        

Руководство пользователя GNOME


        Об этом руководстве
        Диспетчеры окон и GNOME
        Глобальные свойства панели.
        Настройка панели
        Настройка этой панели
        Рабочий стол GNOME
        Части рабочего стола
        Меню рабочего стола
        Использование рабочего стола
        Перетаскивание объектов в GNOME
        Центр управления GNOME
        Капплеты настройки рабочего стола
        Настройка редактора GNOME
        GNOME типы Mime
        Мультимедиа капплеты
        Внешние устройства
        Диспетчер сеансов
        Настройка графического интерфейса
        Диспетчер файлов GNOME
        Копирование и перемещение файлов
        Свойства и операции с файлом
         Запуск приложений из диспетчера файлов
        Меню диспетчера файлов
        Навигация в диспетчере файлов GNOME
        Настройка диспетчера файлов.
        Переименование файлов
        Выделение файлов
        Введение
        ln25
        Завершение работы
        Настройка главного меню
        Добавление приложений и апплетов к панели
        Основы
        Перемещение и добавление панелей
        Панель GNOME
        Краткий обзор
        "Чистый сеанс"
        Запуск приложений
        Несколько слов о сеансах работы
        Смена диспетчеров окон
        

The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO


        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: Introduction
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How does my computer store things in memory?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How does my computer store things on disk?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How do computer languages work?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How does the Internet work?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: What's new
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: Basic anatomy of your computer
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: What happens when you switch on a computer?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: What happens when you log in?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: What happens when you run programs from the shell?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How do input devices and interrupts work?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How does my computer do several things at once?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO: How does my computer keep processes from stepping on each other?
        The Unix and Internet Fundamentals HOWTO
            Teleport Pro Messages
        

Применение GNU make


        

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sed и awk


        

Организация и администрирование почтовых и файловых серверов Internet


        Организация и администрирование почтовых и файловых серверов Internet . Введение
        Электронная почта в Internet
        Принципы организации
        Протокол SMTP
         Протокол POP3
        Формат почтового сообщения (RFC-822)
        Спецификация MIME
        Программное обеспечение почтового обмена
        Программа Sendmail
        Доступ к ресурсам Internet через электронную почту
        Настройка программы sendmail
        Тестирование обслуживания по протоколу SMTP
        Тестирование по протоколу POP3
        Протокол IMAP
        Тестирование отправки почты программой Sendmail - флаг "-v"
        Тестирование правил преобразования адресов
        Доступ к ресурсам архивов FTP
        Поиск ресурсов посредством Archie
        Файловые архивы Internet
        Протокол FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
        Режимы обмена данными
        Программное обеспечение доступа к FTP-архивам
        Сервер протокола - программа ftpd
        Программа обмена файлами - ftp
        Поиск в FTP-архивах - программа Archie
        Организация и администрирование почтовых и файловых серверов Internet
        Приложения
        

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Интерпретатор командного языка shell


         Интерпретатор командного языка shell. Основные понятия языка shell
         Интерпретатор командного языка shell. Синтаксис языка shell
         Интерпретатор командного языка shell. Управляющие конструкции
         Интерпретатор командного языка shell. Выполнение shell-программ
         Интерпретатор командного языка shell
        

SQUID Часто задаваемые вопросы


        

StarOffice on Red Hat Linux Russian FAQ


        

TTF for Linux mini HOWTO


        

X Keyboard Extension


        Новый тип для клавиши Enter.
        Добавляем новую "старую" раскладку клавиатуры.
        "Вариации на тему" переключатели "рус/лат" (и еще раз - "рус").
        Еще несколько "переключателей".
        Примеры изменения конфигурации XKB.
         Описание "действий".
        Общие замечания о языке файлов конфигурации XKB
        Файл, типа xkb_compat.
        Общее строение файлов конфигурации XKB.
        Файл типа xkb_keycodes.
        Файл типа xkb_symbols.
        Файл типа xkb_types.
        Немного о "внутренностях" XKB.
        Почему руссификация через XKB не работает?
        Почему руссификация через XKB не работает? (часть вторая)
        Программы, имеющие отношение к XKB.
        Настройка XKB.
    

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Работа с MS-Access'97


        left menu
        От составителя
        left menu
        Microsoft Access, первое знакомство
        Инструкции для визажистов
        Таблицы бывают большими...
        Как задать умный вопрос?
        Руки и только руки...
        Применение запросов-действий, или три молодца из ларца
        Импортно-экспортные операции. Часть первая, экспорт
        Часть вторая, импорт
        Оборотная сторона Microsoft Access
        Чтоб красиво все оформить
        page2
        Первые шаги в формообразовании
        Ручная работа
        Набор инструментов для мастера
        Учет и контроль
        Формообразование. Уверенная поступь
        page3
        Microsoft Access, шаг третий
        Проектирование базы данных
        Зачем таблице нужен ключ
        Зачем нужны связи
        Коррективы по ходу дела
        Про деление и размножение
        left menu
        

Русские документы: Как проводить вычисления в Microsoft Excel


        

Обзор команд и драйверов MS-DOS 6.2


         Команда BREAK
         Команда MOVE
         Команда MSAV
         Программа MSBACKUP
         Команда MSCDEX
         Команда MSD
         Команда NLSFUNC
         Команда NUMLOCK
         Команда PATH
         Команда PAUSE
         Команда POWER
         Установка скорости повтора символа
         Команда PRINT
         Команда PROMPT
         Команда QBASIC
         Команда REM
         Команда RENAME (REN)
         Команда REPLACE
         Команда RESTORE
         Команда RMDIR (RD)
         Команда SCANDISK
         Команда SET
         Команда CALL
         Команда SETVER
         Команда SHARE
         Команда SHELL
         Команда SHIFT
         Команда SMARTDRV
         Команда SORT
         Команда STACKS
         Команда SUBMENU
         Команда SUBST
         Команда SWITCHES
         Команда CHCP
         Команда SYS
         Команда TIME
         Команда TREE
         Команда TYPE
         Команда UNDELETE
         Команда UNFORMAT
         Команда VER
         Команда VERIFY
         Команда VOL
         Команда VSAFE
         Команда CHDIR (CD)
   &n