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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell. A Desktop Quick Reference - Helion

Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell. A Desktop Quick Reference
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Autor: Andy Lester, Chris Stone, Chuck Toporek
ISBN: 978-1-4493-7908-7
stron: 528, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 2005-11-10
Księgarnia: Helion

Cena książki: 109,65 zł (poprzednio: 127,50 zł)
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Dodaj do koszyka Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell. A Desktop Quick Reference

Following the common-sense O'Reilly style, Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell cuts through the chaff and gives you practical details you can use every day. Everything you need to know about the Unix side of Mac OS X has been systematically documented in this book.

Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell offers a complete overview of Mac OS X Tiger (Version 10.4), focusing on the BSD Unix layer. This book familiarizes you with over 300 of Tiger's Unix commands, the Terminal application, file management, system and network administration issues, and more.

Completely revised for Mac OS X Tiger, this book offers:

  • The most complete and thorough coverage of Mac OS X's Unix commands you'll find anywhere (even in the system)
  • An overview of basic system and network administration features, including coverage of NetInfo and Directory Services
  • An introduction to using Mac OS X's Unix command-line interface, the Terminal application
  • An overview of Mac OS X's Unix text editors, including vi and Emacs
  • Information on shell syntax variables for Tiger's default Unix shell, bash

Each command and option in this book's Unix Command Reference has been painstakingly tested and checked against Tiger; even the manpages that ship with Mac OS X can't compete in accuracy. Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell is the most comprehensive quick reference on the market and is a must for any serious Mac user.

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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell. A Desktop Quick Reference eBook -- spis treści

  • MAC OS X Tiger in a Nutshell
  • Preface
    • Audience for This Book
    • How This Book Is Organized
    • Conventions Used in This Book
    • Comments and Questions
    • Acknowledgments
      • Acknowledgments for Andy Lester
    • Safari Enabled
  • I. Commands and Shells
    • 1. Introduction
      • 1.1. What Youll Find
      • 1.2. Beginners Guide
        • 1.2.1. Communication
        • 1.2.2. Comparisons
        • 1.2.3. File Management
        • 1.2.4. Printing
        • 1.2.5. Programming
        • 1.2.6. Searching
        • 1.2.7. Shell Programming
        • 1.2.8. Storage
        • 1.2.9. System Status
        • 1.2.10. Text Processing
        • 1.2.11. Miscellaneous
    • 2. Unix Command Reference
      • 2.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
        • ac
        • appleping
        • appletalk
        • appletviewer
        • apply
        • apropos
        • asr
        • at
        • at_cho_prn
        • atlookup
        • atprint
        • atq
        • atrm
        • atstatus
        • automount
        • banner
        • basename
        • batch
        • bc
        • biff
        • bless
        • cal
        • calendar
        • cancel
        • cat
        • CCLEngine
        • certtool
        • chflags
        • chgrp
        • chkpasswd
        • chmod
        • chown
        • cksum
        • clear
        • cmp
        • colcrt
        • colrm
        • column
        • comm
        • compress
        • configd
        • cp
        • cpio
        • CpMac
        • create_nidb
        • crontab
        • curl
        • cut
        • date
        • dc
        • dd
        • defaults
        • df
        • diff
        • diff3
        • dig
        • DirectoryService
        • dirname
        • diskarbitrationd
        • diskutil
        • ditto
        • dmesg
        • dns-sd
        • drutil
        • dscl
        • du
        • dynamic_pager
        • echo
        • egrep
        • enscript
        • env
        • expand
        • expr
        • false
        • fdisk
        • fetchmail
        • fgrep
        • file
        • find
        • FixupResourceForks
        • fmt
        • fold
        • fs_usage
        • fsaclctl
        • fsck
        • fsck_hfs
        • fsck_msdos
        • ftp
        • gcc_select
        • GetFileInfo
        • gnutar
        • grep
        • gunzip
        • gzcat
        • gzip
        • halt
        • hdid
        • hdiutil
        • head
        • host
        • hostinfo
        • hostname
        • hwprefs
        • id
        • ifconfig
        • info
        • install
        • installer
        • ipconfig
        • join
        • jot
        • kdump
        • kdumpd
        • kill
        • killall
        • ktrace
        • languagesetup
        • last
        • launchctl
        • launchd
        • leave
        • less
        • ln
        • locate
        • lock
        • lockfile
        • logger
        • look
        • lp
        • lpc
        • lpq
        • lpr
        • lprm
        • lpstat
        • ls
        • lsbom
        • lsof
        • machine
        • mailq
        • mailstat
        • makekey
        • man
        • md5
        • mDNS
        • mDNSResponder
        • mdcheckschema
        • mdfind
        • mdimport
        • mdls
        • mdutil
        • merge
        • mkbom
        • mkdir
        • more
        • mount
        • mount_afp
        • mount_autofs
        • mount_cd9660
        • mount_cddafs
        • mount_devfs
        • mount_fdesc
        • mount_ftp
        • mount_hfs
        • mount_msdos
        • mount_nfs
        • mount_ntfs
        • mount_smbfs
        • mount_synthfs
        • mount_udf
        • mount_volfs
        • mount_webdav
        • mv
        • MvMac
        • netstat
        • nice
        • nicl
        • nidomain
        • nidump
        • nifind
        • nigrep
        • niload
        • nireport
        • niutil
        • notifyd
        • nslookup
        • ntp-wait
        • ntptimeset
        • nvram
        • od
        • open
        • opendiff
        • open-x11
        • osacompile
        • osalang
        • osascript
        • passwd
        • paste
        • pax
        • pbcopy
        • pbpaste
        • pdisk
        • periodic
        • ping
        • pl
        • plutil
        • pmset
        • pr
        • printenv
        • ps
        • pwd
        • quota
        • rcp
        • reboot
        • register_mach_bootstrap_servers
        • renice
        • rev
        • rlogin
        • rm
        • rmdir
        • rsync
        • say
        • scp
        • screencapture
        • script
        • scselect
        • scutil
        • sdiff
        • sed
        • service
        • SetFile
        • sftp
        • showmount
        • shutdown
        • sips
        • slogin
        • slp_reg
        • softwareupdate
        • sort
        • split
        • SplitForks
        • spray
        • srm
        • ssh
        • strings
        • stty
        • su
        • sudo
        • sw_vers
        • systemkeychain
        • system_profiler
        • SystemStarter
        • tab2space
        • tail
        • talk
        • tar
        • tee
        • telnet
        • test
        • tftp
        • tiff2icns
        • tiffutil
        • time
        • top
        • touch
        • tr
        • traceroute
        • true
        • tset
        • tty
        • umount
        • uname
        • uncompress
        • unexpand
        • uniq
        • units
        • unzip
        • uptime
        • users
        • uudecode
        • uuencode
        • uuidgen
        • vi
        • view
        • visudo
        • vm_stat
        • vmmap
        • vndevice
        • vsdbutil
        • w
        • wall
        • wc
        • whatis
        • whereis
        • which
        • who
        • whoami
        • whois
        • write
        • xargs
        • yes
        • zcat
        • zcmp
        • zdiff
        • zgrep
        • zip
        • zipinfo
        • zmore
        • znew
        • zprint
    • 3. Using the Terminal
      • 3.1. Using the Terminal
        • 3.1.1. Terminal Preferences
          • 3.1.1.1. Setting a default shell
          • 3.1.1.2. The Terminal Inspector
        • 3.1.2. Saving and Loading Terminals
        • 3.1.3. Connect to Server
        • 3.1.4. Secure Keyboard Entry
        • 3.1.5. Split-View Scrollback
      • 3.2. Process Management
        • 3.2.1. Seeing processes
          • 3.2.1.1. Sending signals with kill and killall
        • 3.2.2. Mac OS Xs Console Mode
    • 4. Shell Overview
      • 4.1. Introduction to the Shell
      • 4.2. Shell Flavors
      • 4.3. Common Features
      • 4.4. Differing Features
    • 5. bash: The Bourne-Again Shell
      • 5.1. Invoking the Shell
        • 5.1.1. Options
        • 5.1.2. Arguments
      • 5.2. Syntax
        • 5.2.1. Special Files
        • 5.2.2. Filename Metacharacters
          • 5.2.2.1. Examples
        • 5.2.3. Command-Line Editing
        • 5.2.4. Quoting
          • 5.2.4.1. Examples
        • 5.2.5. Command Forms
          • 5.2.5.1. Examples
        • 5.2.6. Redirection Forms
          • 5.2.6.1. Examples
      • 5.3. Variables
        • 5.3.1. Variable Substitution
        • 5.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
      • 5.4. Arithmetic Expressions
        • 5.4.1. Operators
        • 5.4.2. Examples
      • 5.5. Command History
        • 5.5.1. Line-Edit Mode
        • 5.5.2. The fc Command
          • 5.5.2.1. Examples
        • 5.5.3. Command Substitution
        • 5.5.4. Variables in Prompt
      • 5.6. Job Control
      • 5.7. Built-in Commands
        • #
        • #!
        • :
        • .
        • alias
        • bg
        • bind
        • break
        • builtin
        • case
        • cd
        • command
        • compgen
        • complete
        • continue
        • declare
        • dirs
        • disown
        • echo
        • enable
        • eval
        • exec
        • exit
        • export
        • fc
        • fg
        • for
        • function
        • getopts
        • hash
        • help
        • history
        • if
        • jobs
        • kill
        • let
        • local
        • logout
        • popd
        • printf
        • pushd
        • pwd
        • read
        • readonly
        • return
        • select
        • set
        • shift
        • shopt
        • source
        • suspend
        • test
        • times
        • trap
        • type
        • typeset
        • ulimit
        • umask
        • unalias
        • unset
        • until
        • wait
        • while
  • II. Text Editing and Processing
    • 6. Pattern Matching
      • 6.1. Filenames Versus Patterns
      • 6.2. Metacharacters, Listed by Unix Program
      • 6.3. Metacharacters
      • 6.4. Examples of Searching
        • 6.4.1. Examples of Searching and Replacing
    • 7. The vi Editor
      • 7.1. Review of vi Operations
        • 7.1.1. Command Mode
        • 7.1.2. Insert Mode
        • 7.1.3. Syntax of vi Commands
          • 7.1.3.1. Examples
        • 7.1.4. Status-Line Commands
      • 7.2. vi Command-Line Options
      • 7.3. ex Command-Line Options
      • 7.4. Movement Commands
        • 7.4.1. Character
        • 7.4.2. Text
        • 7.4.3. Lines
        • 7.4.4. Screens
        • 7.4.5. Searches
          • 7.4.5.1. Line numbering
          • 7.4.5.2. Marking position
      • 7.5. Edit Commands
        • 7.5.1. Inserting New Text
        • 7.5.2. Changing and Deleting Text
      • 7.6. Saving and Exiting
      • 7.7. Accessing Multiple Files
      • 7.8. Window Commands
      • 7.9. Interacting with the Shell
      • 7.10. Macros
      • 7.11. Miscellaneous Commands
      • 7.12. Alphabetical List of Keys in Command Mode
      • 7.13. Syntax of ex Commands
        • 7.13.1. Options
        • 7.13.2. Addresses
        • 7.13.3. Address Symbols
      • 7.14. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands
        • abbrev
        • append
        • args
        • cd
        • bdelete
        • buffer
        • buffers
        • center
        • change
        • close
        • copy
        • delete
        • edit
        • exusage
        • file
        • fold
        • foldclose
        • foldopen
        • global
        • help
        • hide
        • insert
        • join
        • jumps
        • k
        • list
        • left
        • map
        • mark
        • marks
        • mkexrc
        • move
        • new
        • next
        • nohlsearch
        • number
        • open
        • preserve
        • previous
        • print
        • put
        • qall
        • quit
        • read
        • read
        • recover
        • redo
        • resize
        • rewind
        • right
        • sbuffer
        • sbnext
        • snext
        • split
        • sprevious
        • script
        • set
        • shell
        • source
        • stop
        • substitute
        • suspend
        • sview
        • t
        • tag
        • tags
        • unabbreviate
        • undo
        • unhide
        • unmap
        • v
        • version
        • vi
        • view
        • visual
        • viusage
        • vsplit
        • wall
        • wnext
        • wq
        • wqall
        • write
        • write
        • X
        • xit
        • yank
        • z
        • !
        • =
        • < >
        • address
        • Return
        • @
        • @@
        • &
        • ~
      • 7.15. vi Configuration
        • 7.15.1. The :set Command
        • 7.15.2. Options Used by :set
        • 7.15.3. Sample ~/.exrc File
    • 8. The Emacs Editor
      • 8.1. Emacs Concepts
        • 8.1.1. Modes
        • 8.1.2. Buffer and Window
        • 8.1.3. Point and Mark
        • 8.1.4. Kill and Yank
      • 8.2. Typical Problems
      • 8.3. Notes on the Tables
        • 8.3.1. Absolutely Essential Commands
      • 8.4. Summary of Commands by Group
        • 8.4.1. File Handling Commands
        • 8.4.2. Cursor Movement Commands
        • 8.4.3. Deletion Commands
        • 8.4.4. Paragraphs and Regions
        • 8.4.5. Stopping and Undoing Commands
        • 8.4.6. Transposition Commands
        • 8.4.7. Capitalization Commands
        • 8.4.8. Incremental Search Commands
        • 8.4.9. Word Abbreviation Commands
        • 8.4.10. Buffer Manipulation Commands
        • 8.4.11. Window Commands
        • 8.4.12. Special Shell Mode Characters
        • 8.4.13. Indentation Commands
        • 8.4.14. Centering Commands
        • 8.4.15. Macro Commands
        • 8.4.16. Detail Information Help Commands
        • 8.4.17. Help Commands
      • 8.5. Summary of Commands by Key
        • 8.5.1. Control-Key Sequences
        • 8.5.2. Meta-Key Sequences
      • 8.6. Summary of Commands by Name
        • 8.6.1. Extending Emacs
        • 8.6.2. The .emacs File
        • 8.6.3. GUI Emacs
  • III. Managing Mac OS X
    • 9. Filesystem Overview
      • 9.1. Mac OS X Filesystems
        • 9.1.1. Differences Between HFS+ and UFS
        • 9.1.2. File Forks
          • 9.1.2.1. Attribute forks
        • 9.1.3. Journaling
        • 9.1.4. Other Supported Filesystem Formats
      • 9.2. Filesystem Organization
        • 9.2.1. Domains
        • 9.2.2. Special Folders
          • 9.2.2.1. User directories
          • 9.2.2.2. The Shared user directory
          • 9.2.2.3. The Library folder
      • 9.3. Hidden Files
        • 9.3.1. Seeing Hidden Files
        • 9.3.2. Dotfiles
        • 9.3.3. Exploring root
          • 9.3.3.1. Hidden Mac OS 9 files
          • 9.3.3.2. Hidden Darwin files
      • 9.4. The File Permissions System
        • 9.4.1. Owners and Groups
        • 9.4.2. Viewing and Modifying File Permissions
    • 10. Directory Services
      • 10.1. Understanding Directory Services
      • 10.2. Programming with Directory Services
        • 10.2.1. Working with Passwords
      • 10.3. Configuring Directory Services
      • 10.4. NetInfo Manager
      • 10.5. Directory Services Utilities
      • 10.6. Managing Groups
        • 10.6.1. Creating a Group with niload
        • 10.6.2. Creating a Group with dscl
        • 10.6.3. Adding Users to a Group
        • 10.6.4. Listing Groups with nidump
        • 10.6.5. Deleting a Group
      • 10.7. Managing Users and Passwords
        • 10.7.1. Creating a User with niload
        • 10.7.2. Creating a User with dscl
        • 10.7.3. Creating a Users Home Directory
        • 10.7.4. Granting Administrative Privileges
        • 10.7.5. Modifying a User
        • 10.7.6. Listing Users with nidump
        • 10.7.7. Deleting a User
      • 10.8. Managing Hostnames and IP Addresses
        • 10.8.1. Creating a Host with niload
      • 10.9. Exporting Directories with NFS
      • 10.10. Flat Files and Their Directory Services Counterparts
      • 10.11. Restoring the Directory Services Database
    • 11. Running Network Services
      • 11.1. Network Services Overview
      • 11.2. Running Services in Mac OS X
        • 11.2.1. Running Services Through the Sharing Pane
      • 11.3. Mail Services
        • 11.3.1. Mail Transport Agents (Postfix)
          • 11.3.1.1. Using Postfix
          • 11.3.1.2. Configuring a local mailer
          • 11.3.1.3. Configuring a mail server
        • 11.3.2. Mail Delivery Agents
      • 11.4. Web Services
        • 11.4.1. Apache Configuration
        • 11.4.2. Apache Modules
      • 11.5. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
        • 11.5.1. Enabling Anonymous FTP
      • 11.6. Remote Login Services
        • 11.6.1. The Secure Shell
        • 11.6.2. Telnet
        • 11.6.3. The Remote Shell
      • 11.7. File Sharing Services
      • 11.8. Daemon Management
        • 11.8.1. Bootstrap Daemons
        • 11.8.2. StartupItems
          • 11.8.2.1. Manually running StartupItems
          • 11.8.2.2. The /etc/hostconfig file
          • 11.8.2.3. StartupParameters.plist
        • 11.8.3. launchd
        • 11.8.4. xinetd
    • 12. The X Window System
      • 12.1. Installing X11
      • 12.2. Running X11
      • 12.3. Customizing X11
        • 12.3.1. Dot-files, Desktops, and Window Managers
        • 12.3.2. X11 Preferences, Application Menu, and Dock Menu
          • 12.3.2.1. Input
          • 12.3.2.2. Output
          • 12.3.2.3. Customizing X11s Applications menu
      • 12.4. X11-based Applications and Libraries
        • 12.4.1. Aqua-X11 Interactions
        • 12.4.2. TKAqua
      • 12.5. Connecting to Other X Window Systems
        • 12.5.1. OSX2X
      • 12.6. Virtual Network Computing
        • 12.6.1. Launching VNC
          • 12.6.1.1. VNC and SSH
        • 12.6.2. Connecting to the Mac OS X VNC Server
    • 13. The Defaults System
      • 13.1. Property Lists
      • 13.2. Viewing and Editing Property Lists
        • 13.2.1. Using the Property List Editor
        • 13.2.2. The defaults Command
          • defaults
  • Index
  • About the Authors
  • Colophon
  • Copyright

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