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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell, 3d ed.


Mac OS X Tiger; in a nutshell, 3d ed.

Lester, Andy et al.

O'Reilly & Associates Inc


498 pages




Written for Unix users and Unix programmers, as well as anyone who offers direct support to them, this book overviews Mac OS X Tiger and gives hints on how to use it more efficiently. This third edition documents Tiger Version 10.4, focusing on the BSD Unix layer. The presentation is geared mainly toward those who are already familiar with the Unix system, and those who are familiar with some aspects of Unix but not others.

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Date:Mar 1, 2006
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