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There are many online resources where you can find free Unix books to download in PDF format, including online textbooks, ebooks, lecture notes, and more, covering basic, beginner, and advanced concepts for those looking for an introduction to the subject or a deeper understanding of it.

Unix Guide for Beginners

UNIX is a multi-user operating system; in other words it allows more than one user to have access to a computer at the same time. The users share the computerís various resources amongst them. This PDF covers the following topics related to Unix : Introduction, Directory Structure/Hierarchy, First Commands, Wildcards and a useful feature, Copying and Moving Files, More about more, cat, and piping, Shells, Text editors.

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Introduction to Unix by Rob Funk

This note covers the following topics: basic background in Unix structure, knowledge of getting started, directory navigation and control, file maintenance and display commands, shells, Unix features, text processing.

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Introduction to Unix Lectures

The goals of this note are to enable students to log in to their UNIX accounts from any type of computer and have a basic understanding of the commands and utilities. Topics covered includes: Unix OS Introduction, Unix Editors, Unix Files and Directories, Unix Directories, Unix Number Sytstems, chmod command, Unix Wildcards, Unix Processes, Unix Redirection, Unix shell programming, Additional Commands, Unix Makefiles, unix Advanced Commands, Unix Command breifly, The Makefile.

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Unix Lecture Notes

This note covers the following topics: introduction to unix, computer systems, an introduction to unix, unix session basics, files basic concepts, basic file manipulation, basic file security, contemporary multilevel machines, contemporary multilevel machines part, binary numbers, radix systems conversions negatives and arithmetic, processors, processors and parallelism, primary memory, secondary memory, inputoutput, inputoutput , digital logic design, the digital logic level gates, the sum of products notation, circuit equivalence and boolean algebra, basic logic circuits, logic design, arithmetic circuits, clocks and memories, memories and CPU, Buses, microarchitecture, the microarchitecture level, instructionset architecture, the instuction set architecture level, floatingpoint numbers, IEEE floatingpoint standard, data types instruction formats and addressing, instruction sets, operating systems, operating systems and virtual memory, virtual io instructions, assembly language, introduction to assembly language, macros and pass one of an assembler, linking and loading, introduction to shell scripting, the shell as a programming language, shell scripting control structures.

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Introduction to UNIX

This note covers the following topics: What is an operating system, a brief history of unix, architecture of the linux operating system, logging into and out of unix systems, changing your password, general format of unix commands, the unix filesystem, typical unix directory structure, directory and file handling commands, making hard and soft symbolic links, specifying multiple filenames, file and directory permissions, inspecting file content, finding files, finding text in files, sorting files, file compression and backup, handling removable media, processes, pipes, redirecting input and output, controlling processes associated with the current shell, controlling other processes, connecting to remote machines, network routing utilities, remote file transfer, other internetrelated utilities, user information and communication, printer control, email utilities, advanced text file processing, targetdirected compilation, version control with cvs, cc compilation utilities, manual pages, introduction to vi, basic text input and navigation in vi, moving and copying text in vi, searching for and replacing text in vi, other useful vi commands, quick reference for vi, introduction to emacs, basic text input and navigation in emacs, moving and copying text in emacs, searching for and replacing text in emacs, other useful emacs commands, other unix editors, the superuser root, shutdown and system startup, adding users, controlling user groups, reconfiguring and recompiling the linux kernel, cron jobs, keeping essential system processes alive, shells and shell scripts, shell variables and the environment, simple shell scripting, more advanced shell scripting, startup shell scripts.

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UNIX Tutorial

This note covers the following topics: introduction and history of UNIX, the basics:files, UNIX commands, shells etc, file ownership and permissions, system identity software and UNIX characteristics, shell scripts, system monitoring tools and tasks, more shell scripts and application development tools, installing the OS and software patches, networking hardware installation, daily system administration tasks, security control internet access summary, more on administration and security.

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Frequently Asked Questions about UNiX

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O'Reilly The UNIX CD Bookshelf v2.x

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O'Reilly The UNIX CD Bookshelf

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O'Reilly Unix/Linux Books Chapters

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The Unix Haters Handbook (PDF)

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A Basic UNIX Tutorial

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Beginners Guide to Programming on the SUNs

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Introduction to Unix for Web Developers

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