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This section contains free e-books and guides on Unix and Linux, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

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Survey of Filesystems for Embedded Linux PDF 23P

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Embedded Systems PDF Slides

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FreeBSD Man Pages

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A Comprehensive Guide to FreeBSD

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Linux Administration Made Easy

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The Linux System Administrators Guide

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Slackware Linux Essentials

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Linux Shortcuts and Commands (Stan/Peter Klimas)

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Linux Kernel 2.4 Internals

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Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition

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GNU Make Tutorial

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System and Network Administration

Covered topics:The Unix Filestore, Unix File Processing, Searching and Regular Expressions, Introduction to System Administration, Managing Users, Microsoft Active Directory, Starting UNIX and The UNIX Kernel, TCP/IP Networking.

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UNIX Unleashed, System Admins Edition Mirror

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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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GNU Emacs Manual

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A Tutorial Introduction to GNU Emacs

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O'Reillyreg; Linux Network Administrators Guide, 2nd Edition (O. Kirch T. Dawson)

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O'Reillyreg; Networking CD Bookshelf, Version 2.0

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The Art of Unix Programming by Eric S. Raymond, copy;2003

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Java Application Development on Linux (Carl Albing/Michael Schwarz)

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Network Security Tools

This note covers the following topics: modifying and hacking security tools, writing plugins for nessus, developing dissectors and plugins for the ettercap network sniffer, extending hydra and nmap, writing plugins for the nikto vulnerability scanner, writing modules for the metasploit framework, extending code analysis to the webroot, modifying and hacking security tools, fun with linux kernel modules, developing web assessment tools and scripts, automated exploit tools, writing network sniffers, writing packetinjection tools, colophon.

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Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO (PDF 168P)

This note covers the following topics: background, history of unix, linux, and open source, security principles, why do programmers write insecure code?, is open source good for security?, types of secure programs, paranoia is a virtue, why did i write this document?, sources of design and implementation guidelines, other sources of security information, document conventions, summary of linux and unix security features, processes, files, system v ipc, sockets and network connections, signals, quotas and limits, dynamically linked libraries, audit, pam, specialized security extensions for unix-like systems, security requirements, common criteria introduction, security environment and objectives,validate all input, command line, environment variables, file descriptors, file names, file contents, web-based application inputs (especially cgi scripts), other inputs, human language (locale) selection, character encoding, prevent cross-site malicious content on input, filter html/uris that may be re-presented, remove or forbid some html data, encoding html data, validating html data, validating hypertext links (uris/urls), other html tags, related issues, forbid http get to perform non-queries, counter spam, limit valid input time and load level, avoid buffer overflow, dangers in c/c++, library solutions in c/c++, standard c library solution, static and dynamically allocated buffers, strlcpy and strlcat, libmib, c++ std

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O'Reilly Learning the Korn Shell

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Programming the Unix/Linux Shell (C. Cantin)

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XView Programming and Reference

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GTK+ Reference Manual

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