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Published Dec 3, 2002 by Peachpit Press. Part of the Visual QuickPro Guide series. Welcome to the Companion Site for Unix for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide. Table of Contents and Introduction (136K PDF) Chapter 1 (176K PDF) Chapter 2 (228K PDF) Chapter 15 (. MB PDF) Appendix A. (92K PDF).

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UNIX for Mac OS X: Visual Quickpro Guide by Matisse Enzer. The Mac OS X Command Line: UNIX Under the Hood by Kirk McElhearn. In any case, let me know what you think and if there are any I have left out that ought to be considered. Visual QuickPro Guide. How to Use This Book. Unix for Mac OS X. 1249 Eighth Street Berkeley, CA 94710 510/524-2178 800/283-9444 510/524-2221 (fax). Unix for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide is designed so that each chapter builds upon the skills and understanding taught in the preceding chapters.

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With Mac OS X, Apple has completely rebuilt the Macintosh operating system from the ground up--and yes, it's Unix that's running this new Mac OS. Mac users can now use the terminal command line to write a Perl script, automate batch commands, run an Apache server, use sendmail, and grep to their heart's delight. And alternately, many experienced Unix programmers are thrilled to be able to write shell scripts on the Mac platform. Unix for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide shows readers how to configure their Unix environment, navigate permissions, directories and files, run handy Unix utilities, configure and run the Apache Web server, and much more. In addition, readers will learn how to protect their files with Unix's security tools, and how to fix their Macs when things go wrong.


Comments: (7)

Fordg
I won't rehash what others have already said because they've put down exactly what this book is for those of us getting our feet wet with Unix on Mac. Suffice it to say that I've purchase my fair share of "landfill" texts in the past only to be frustrated to the point of madness at not only the assumptions the authors place on their audience but also their condescending tone. Would that other authors realize that most people are not wunderkind hammering out texts of pearly wisdom ( or so they think ) only to be read by the initiates of their HOLY writ. When you have to translate the gibberish or inside jargon before you can even dig into the subject then you know it wasn't written for mere mortals. This book brings the burning bush and its laws down to earth where the rest of us live. It has since been updated and I only wish it were updated again so that other people could once again benefit.
MarF
Really good product, absolutely to buy if you really want to understand how your Mac Os X works...interesting for everyone which like Unix-like systems!!

Be careful with the edition since I bought this one valid for mac os x 10.2 instead of the new one, good for version 10.4!
Dancing Lion
Any book's rating must depend on what the reader's background is, and what she or he wants from the book. I use (non-Mac) UNIX intermittently but intensively for developing and debugging using C and gcc. So I am already familiar with the command-line, filesystem, file ownership permissions, access rights and related day-to-day concerns. I am not a qualified UNIX administrator so I have never had to worry about that side of the UNIX environment. With Mac OS X, I just might occasionally need to do that.

I bought this book after browsing the chapter on Security. This chapter alone made it worth reading. I was interested to discover that OS X has a native firewall available, and how and what to look for in system log files if I suspect that someone has been trying to gain unauthorized access to my Mac, and then what to do about it. This, coupled to the Mac OS X-specific differences should make the book very useful. Not to mention that the parts that I've read were enjoyable and interesting. Hopefully it'll keep me out of serious trouble when I need to get under Aqua's hood.
Coiwield
I am a MacAddict and I attended a UNIX based school so when Mac OS X was announced I was very happy. It actually sparked my interest in learning more about Unix. I know a bunch of the "simple" commands and am comfortable with a shell. I bought Mac OS X Unleashed for 10.1 last year and it had a very good section on Unix. I have browsed the 10.2 Unleashed and it is also good. However, it's one big honkin' book. So, I was on the lookout for a MacOSX Unix only book and happened upon this one. As the author states in her "review" it is the most in depth beginner's guide to Unix in the MacOSX realm; even compared to O'Reilly's MacOSX Unix books. It has PeachPit's expected depth at beginner level yet is a QuickPro book so it's even more powerful than a QuickStart title. It combines the right amounts of understandability, book size, and depth of any I've come across so far. You want to dabble in Unix for OS X or take the first steps to being a Unix King? Then this book is a great choice.
deadly claw
I'm on a quest to learn Perl to write CGI scripts and I want to do it all on my Mac using the wonderful tools that come with OS X. One problem, I haven't used Unix in years (since college) and even then I couldn't do much more than navigate around using "ls" on the command line. Suffice it to say that I am very much a "newbie".
I looked at all of the books in this category and chose this one by Matisse Enzer. My instincts were right on -- this is a great book.
It is well written, well organized and very easy to follow. It is both a book that you can sit down and read as well as a useful reference. The logical path that Matisse takes the reader through to learn the essential Unix invocations and other mystical Unix-spellcraft makes learning a pleasure!
In less than a week, I was able to configure my Apache server and the powerful Sendmail program included with OS X. This goes well beyond the basics that are also inluded in the book (there is a lot of great beginner stuff). Matisse helped me to absord the fundamentals quickly so I was able to move onto more advanced subjects without wasting any time.
I am definitely a beginner when it comes to Unix, however, Matisse lays the concepts out so well, I already feel confident taking on more advanced Unix projects.
Get this -- when I did run into a snag, I went to the Apple help forums to get an answer. Guess who answered my post that same day? Thats right, Matisse Enzer. He did everything but autograph my book -- which I am still working on ;)
Buy this book -- you won't be sorry.
UNIX for Mac OS X: Visual QuickPro Guide download epub
Hardware & DIY
Author: Matisse Enzer
ISBN: 0201795353
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Hardware & DIY
Language: English
Publisher: Peachpit Press (December 3, 2002)
Pages: 560 pages