Your UNIX/Linux: The Ultimate Guide ハードカバー – 2012/1/21
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Your UNIX/Linux: The Ultimate Guide, written with both users and programmers in mind, is the ultimate UNIX/Linux text. Both pedagogical tool and exhaustive reference, it is well-suited to any course that includes UNIX or Linux. A strong pedagogical framework sets it apart from similar texts and allows beginning students to gain a firm grasp of fundamental concepts, while chapters on advanced topics inspire the more experienced reader to move beyond the basics. Nearly a thousand exercises and self-test questions provide a way for students to test and reinforce their understanding of the material.
I also like that the author points out the differences between GNU Linux and Unix, the features specified in the POSIX standard, and specific distinctive features of the various shells offered in *nix systems. Overall, I feel this book is the best UNIX/GNU Linux book currently available (as both a learning guide and reference) and would highly recommend it to anyone new to these systems. There is another review here that gives the lack of illustrations as a drawback, but I disagree as all of the example code is well presented and there is no real need for any sort of illustration beyond that.
I do not see how one who is interested in learning Unix/Linux can go wrong by purchasing this book. Well done Mr. Das!
Content is clear and thorough.
You can tell it has been through multiple reviews, as the grammar, etc. are in great shape.
The only downside is the cost. I don't know why something gets termed a "textbook" and then has to cost triple digits.
I'll be keeping this one, even after class is over, so I can refer back to it.