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  1. Unix in a Nutshell, Fourth Edition by Arnold Robbins, 2005-10-26
  2. Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment, Second Edition (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series) by W. Richard Stevens, Stephen A. Rago, 2005-06-27
  3. UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook (4th Edition) by Evi Nemeth, Garth Snyder, et all 2010-07-24
  4. UNIX for Dummies by John R. Levine, Margaret Levine Young, 2004-01-30
  5. Sams Teach Yourself Unix in 24 Hours (4th Edition) by Dave Taylor, 2005-08-27
  6. Unix Programming Environment (Prentice-Hall Software Series) by Brian W. Kernighan, Rob Pike, 1984-03
  7. Learning the UNIX Operating System, Fifth Edition by Jerry Peek, Grace Todino-Gonguet, et all 2002-01-15
  8. Unix Power Tools, Third Edition by Shelley Powers, Tim O'Reilly, 2002-10-01
  9. Unix and Linux: Visual QuickStart Guide (4th Edition) by Deborah S. Ray, Eric J. Ray, 2009-07-08
  10. Unix Shell Programming (3rd Edition) by Stephen G. Kochan, Patrick Wood, 2003-03-09
  11. MAC OS X UNIX Toolbox: 1000+ Commands for the Mac OS X by Christopher Negus, 2009-03-23
  12. The Art of UNIX Programming by Eric S. Raymond, 2003-10-03
  13. The Design of the UNIX Operating System [Prentice-Hall Software Series] by Maurice J. Bach, 1986-06-06
  14. Unix Network Programming, Volume 1: The Sockets Networking API (3rd Edition) by W. Richard Stevens, Bill Fenner, et all 2003-11-24

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2. The UNIX System, UNIX System
The Open Group holds the unix trademark in trust for the industry, and manages the unix trademark licensing program.
Home About A-Z Index Search ... The UNIX Certification Program You are here: The UNIX System Home Page Signup to the Developer Declaration of Independence UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group
Contacts Legal Members ... News Updated on Tuesday, 1 July 2003 Print this page
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3. UNIX Days Are Over
Author explains why he believes Windows is superior to unix.
Promoting healthy OS competition Common misconceptions about UNIX
Unfair fact treatment by Linux crowd

Real cost of open source ...
Restoring justice in the war of operating systems
Regardless how you come here you are usually a UNIX advocate or user of Microsoft OS and products who appreciates products of Microsoft.
I myself have been using Windows since 3.1 and NT since 3.5 and along with it bunch of related products like SQL, IIS, VB etc.
Through my career I have been also a user of UNIX, UNIX clones so I'm not completely dilettante in UNIX either (I have studied and passed certification for Sun Solaris Certified Admin). I did program CGI in Perl and did run Apache, I did install Linux and Solaris, I do have MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA certifications from Microsoft.
Why this site existent? Because I want my voice to be heard out there between myriad of anti-Microsoft sites that there are actually people who stand by Microsoft products and I intend to give you enough information so you would be able to make decision Windows vs UNIX with some facts in hand. This site is not about whether unix sucks or windows sucks but about giving you choice of making decision on your own about pros and cons of Windows.
I do have to make distinction between reputable UNIX admins and UNIX zealots or fanatics with common hatred for Microsoft and their products. According to recent survey (

4. Unix Guru Universe
Largest unix System Administration Resource site, for beginners and gurus that are looking for unix sites on the internet.

5. The UNIX System -- History And Timeline -- UNIX History
In early 1993, AT T sold it unix System Laboratories to Novell which was looking for In 1995 SCO bought the unix Systems business from Novell, and unix
UNIX System Home The Single UNIX Specification UNIX 03 ... White Papers
History and Timeline
Purchase a License Plate History of the UNIX License Plate The Single UNIX Specification Registered Products The UNIX Brand ... Why This is Different
"...the number of UNIX installations has grown to 10, with more expected..." - Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson, June 1972 "... When BTL withdrew from the project, they needed to rewrite an operating system (OS) in order to play space war on another smaller machine (a DEC PDP-7 [Programmed Data Processor] with 4K memory for user programs). The result was a system which a punning colleague called UNICS (UNiplexed Information and Computing Service)an 'emasculated Multics'; no one recalls whose idea the change to UNIX was" Source: A brief look at the early history Resources Dennis Ritchie's home page Ken Thompson's home page Computer aided design, manufacturing control systems, laboratory simulations, even the Internet itself, all began life with and because of UNIX systems. Today, without UNIX systems, the Internet would come to a screeching halt. Most telephone calls could not be made, electronic commerce would grind to a halt and there would have never been "Jurassic Park"! By the late 1970's, a ripple effect had come into play. By now the under- and post-graduate students whose lab work had pioneered these new applications of technology were attaining management and decision-making positions inside the computer system suppliers and among its customers. And they wanted to continue using UNIX systems.

6. Unix, Linux, Mac OS X Help, Tutorials And Support Pages
Provides support and services for SCO unix.
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Unix and Linux Help, Tutorials, Resources and information for Unix/Linux, Mac OS X and other general computing related topics. Thousands of articles, reviews, consultants listings, skills tests, opinion, how-to's, suggestions and more. New content daily, most of it exclusive to this site, and all of it is indexed and cross-referenced to help you find what you need. This is not yet another mirror of the Linux LDP or someone else's Unix FAQs. If you've never been here before, there's a lot to explore. But it doesn't use telnet!
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7. UNIX Tutorial For Beginners
Introduction to the unix operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of unix.

8. UNIX Tutorial For Beginners
Introduction to the unix operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of unix.
UNIX Tutorial for Beginners
Typographical Conventions
Introduction to The UNIX operating system
Tutorial One
  • Listing files and directories Making Directories Changing to a different Directory The directories . and .. Pathnames More about home directories and pathnames
Tutorial Two
  • Copying Files Moving Files Removing Files and directories Displaying the contents of a file on the screen Searching the contents of a file
Tutorial Three
  • Redirection Redirecting the Output Redirecting the Input Pipes
Tutorial Four
  • Wildcards Filename Conventions Getting Help
Tutorial Five
  • File system security (access rights) Changing access rights Processes and Jobs Listing suspended and background processes Killing a process
Tutorial Six
  • Other Useful UNIX commands
Tutorial Seven
  • Compiling UNIX software packages Download source code Extracting source code Configuring and creating the Makefile Building the package Running the software Stripping unnecessary code
Tutorial Eight
  • UNIX variables Environment variables Shell variables Using and setting variables
This tutorial is available for download in the following formats -

9. Convergence International: The Non-Wintel User Group
The nonWintel user group, supporting Acorn, Amiga, Apple, ARM, Be, NCs, PowerPC, Psion, unix and other alternative operating systems. Services include a non-Wintel news summary.
Index Information News service Support Platform info ... Join CI (free)
Welcome to Convergence International, the user group for non-Wintel platforms. Previous visitors might like to see what's new on the Convergence web site. Information
Convergence's mission FAQs , details of the non-Wintel news service , information by e-mail, member statistics , and credits News service
The Convergence International non-Wintel news service , a summary of non-Wintel news, including the latest news for Acorn Amiga Apple ARM ... Network Computer , and Psion/EPOC platforms. As well as regular member's opinions and an archive of Convergence International newsletters press releases , and other news CIhoo
The non-Wintel search engine from Convergence International. Currently including a large database of Acorn and Psion links, with other platforms to be covered in detail in the future. Either search CIhoo or browse the Acorn or Psion sections in full. Platform information
Detailed information on platforms supported by Convergence, currently covering Amiga CHRP , and Psion (more soon).

10. The UNIX System, UNIX System
The Open Group holds the unix trademark in trust for the industry, and manages the unix trademark licensing program.

Largest unix System Administration Resource site, for beginners and gurus that are looking for unix sites on the internet.
The Official Home Page for Unix System Administrators

12. What Is UNIX ?
unix System Home . The Single unix Specification . unix 03 . . Mailing Lists . White Papers

13. Unix Guru Universe
unix Guru Universe unix Certification UGU IS HERE TO STAY About Add Link Feedback Search Top 10. Copyright © 19942005 unix Guru Universe.

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15. A Basic UNIX Tutorial
A Basic unix Tutorial This tutorial comprises fourteen sections, each of which addresses a fundamental aspect of unix computing.

16. The FreeBSD Project
It is derived from BSD, the version of unix® developed at the University of California, Berkeley. It is developed and maintained by a large team of
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17. The Vmips Project
An open source MIPS R3000 emulator for unix.
About News Documentation Download ... Mailing Lists
The vmips Project Home Page
This is the home page for vmips, a virtual machine simulator based on a MIPS R3000 processor. You can read more about the project here . Feel free to download it and play with it!
What's New?
VMIPS version 1.3.1 is now available. This version works under Cygwin, and also has a few very minor bug fixes. You can check out the full release notes or go download it
Happy new year! We now have Cygwin-based MIPS cross-compiler tools for Windows available for download.
The online version of the VMIPS documentation has been updated to match what was released with VMIPS 1.3. Also, the build status page, which contained only really ancient build information, is history.
There's now a binary package for Debian stable available for VMIPS 1.3 . Enjoy!
VMIPS 1.3 was released, marking the start of a new stable vmips-1_3-branch in CVS. This new release focuses mainly on improvements to existing features (especially interrupts and interrupt-driven I/O); it has also undergone significant code cleanup. You can check out the full release notes or go download it . There are also RPM packages for i386 available, built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 3 ("Taroon Update 2"), thanks to the wonderful bounty of SourceForge's Compile Farm.

18. What Is UNIX?
Section 1 What Is unix? unix is an operating system.

19. Jungo WinDriver For Solaris - Device Driver Development Tools
WinDriver for Solaris is a unix device driver development tool for writing device drivers in Solaris.
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WinDriver for Solaris
Site Map Products Relevant Links Free Resources Testimonials Partners Customer Case Studies ... WinDriver for Solaris automates and simplifies the development of user-mode Solaris device drivers for PCI / CardBus / ISA / ISAPnP / EISA / PMC / PCI-X / PCI-104 and CompactPCI. No OS internals knowledge or kernel level programming required.
Including powerful tools for:
  • Hardware diagnostics
  • Automatic driver code generation
  • Driver debugging
  • Hardware access - using our intuitive API
WinDriver provides a complete solution for creating high performance drivers and custom hardware access applications.
WinDriver enables you to focus on your driver's added-value functionality, instead of on the operating system internals.
WinDriver for Solaris is the only device driver development tool
that offers a graphical user interface (GUI) under Solaris.
System Requirements
  • Solaris 8.0, 9.0.
    For Solaris 8 it is recommended to use update #3 or higher (available from Sun)
  • PCI / CardBus / ISA / ISAPnP / EISA / PMC / PCI-X / PCI-104 or CompactPCI
  • 64-bit or 32-bit kernel on SPARC
    32-bit kernel on x86
  • Any 32-bit or 64-bit development environment supporting C, preferably GCC

20. The Creation Of The UNIX* Operating System
The history of the development of unix at Bell Labs, and how Multics was an important stepping stone.

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