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Linux and the Unix philosophy

by Mike Gancarz

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Published by Digital Press in Amsterdam, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Linux.,
  • UNIX (Computer file),
  • Operating systems (Computers)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMike Gancarz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.O63 G364 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii,220p. ;
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22031931M
    ISBN 101555582737

      The UNIX Philosophy is a book to be read before tackling the highly technical texts on UNIX internals and programming. Written for both the computer layperson and the experienced programmer, this book explores the tenets of the UNIX operating system in detail, dealing with powerful concepts in a comprehensive, straightforward Edition: 1. In particular, this book is about system programming on Linux. Linux is a modern Unix-like system, written from scratch by Linus Torvalds and a loose-knit community of programmers around the globe. Although Linux shares the goals and philosophy of Unix, Linux is not Unix.

    "The concept of Linux and the GNU project, while appearing to be the 'next step' of the Unix Philosophy, is only the return from a wayward path. Everything stated in the Unix Philosophy's first edition is just as true today, perhaps even more so. The first chapter of this book has focused on the traditional history of Unix, Linux, Users Interface, features of Linux, and the various desktop environment. Then you will be getting quickstart documentation on initial setup, login, password, GUI, Command Line Interface, files management, and necessary Linux command.

    Also, when we use the term Unix, we very much also mean Linux! The way that software (particularly, tools) is designed, built, and maintained on Unix slowly evolved into what might even be called a pattern that stuck: the Unix design philosophy. At its heart, here are the pillars of the Unix philosophy, design, and architecture. Mike Gancarz published a little book on this in The UNIX Philosophy. Digital Press, Newton, MA , pp., $, ISBN He has two lists of tenets: 9 main ones and 10 lesser ones. Here are some examples: Small is beautiful. Make each program do one thing well. Build a prototype as soon as possible.


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Every chapter has been thoroughly updated with Linux coverage. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Linux and the Unix philosophy by Mike Gancarz,Digital Press edition, in English Linux and the Unix philosophy ( edition) | Open LibraryWritten: Linux” and why Linux is a superior implementation of this highly capable operating system.

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Book Review: Linux and the Unix Philosophy. Overview. In Linux and the Unix Philosophy, author Mike Gancarz, a member of the team who developed the ubiquitous X Window graphical user interface, distills his personal take on what tenants make up the “Unix Philosophy.”.

Unlike so many books that focus on how to use Linux, Linux and the Unix Philosophy explores the "way of thinking that is Linux" and why Linux is a superior implementation of this highly capable 5/5(1).

Linux and the Unix Philosophy covers the same ground as the first edition, while it also presents bold new ideas about Linux and Open Source. Show less Unlike so many books that focus on how to use Linux, Linux and the Unix Philosophy explores the "way of thinking that is Linux" and why Linux is a superior implementation of this highly capable operating system.

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Unix has a philosophy that underlies the entire operating system and which strongly affects the way in which administrators — and advanced users — interact with it.

This philosophy is the parent of the Linux Philosophy. It is called “The Unix Way.” Whether we know it or not, most of us have some sort of philosophy of life. Linux and the Unix Philosophy falls squarely between the "softer" texts on iterative software design and project management and the "how-to" technical texts.

Thus far, no one has come out with a book that addresses this topic, either in the Unix space or the Linux space/5(8). The Unix philosophy, originated by Ken Thompson, is a set of cultural norms and philosophical approaches to minimalist, modular software is based on the experience of leading developers of the Unix operating Unix developers were important in bringing the concepts of modularity and reusability into software engineering practice, spawning a.

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Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store 5/5(2). The Unix philosophy (like successful folk traditions in other engineering disciplines) is bottom-up, not top-down. It is pragmatic and grounded in experience. It is not to be found in official methods and standards, but rather in the implicit half-reflexive knowledge, the expertise that the Unix culture transmits.

David Both - David Both is an Open Source Software and GNU/Linux advocate, trainer, writer, and speaker who lives in Raleigh North Carolina. He is a strong proponent of and evangelist for the "Linux Philosophy." David has been in the IT industry for nearly 50 years. He has taught RHCE classes for Red Hat and has worked at MCI Worldcom, Cisco, and the State of North.

This book satisfactorily explains how and why the Unix operating system developed as it has; compelling arguments explain why the Unix philosophy allows for good software design and why, in the author's opinion, Unix will become the world's operating system. Linux and the Unix philosophy Item Preview remove-circle Linux., UNIX (Computer file), Operating systems (Computers) Publisher Digital Press Internet Archive Books.

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Now with Linux emerging as the new face of Unix, he has updated his book with the same philosophy .Basics of the Unix Philosophy The ‘Unix philosophy’ originated with Ken Thompson's early meditations on how to design a small but capable operating system with a clean service interface. It grew as the Unix culture learned things about how .