Universal Command Guide: For Operating Systems
- Publish Date: 2002-04-15
- Binding: Hardcover
- Author: Guy Lotgering;Universal Command Guide (UCG) Training Team
The ultimate operating system reference: Over 8,000 commands and 57,000 command options from every major operating system--Windows. UNIX. Linux. NetWare. Macintosh. DOS. If you're a systems professional, chances are you're pretty familiar with commands in at least one of these operating systems. But what happens when you need to get up to speed on an operating system you don't know? This ingenious reference will have you up and running in no time. It describes and illustrates every command in every commonly used operating system, and cross-references each command to the equivalent commands in other operating systems. The Universal Command Guide for Operating Systems bridges the gap between all operating systems by cross-referencing commands between the many different operating systems that exist today.
All major operating systems are covered and fully referenced, including IBM AIX 4.3.3; Sun Solaris 7 and 8; Red Hat Linux 7.0; OpenBSD 2.7; NetWare 3.12, 4.11, 5.1, and 6; DOS 6.22; Windows 95, 98, Me, XP, NT 4 Workstation, NT 4 Server, NT 4 Terminal Server, 2000 Professional, 2000 Server, 2000 Advanced Server; and Mac OS 9.1.
About the CD-ROM:
* The UCG Finder--Finds the command you need for any Operating System
* 2000 additional cross-references for Novell, Microsoft, and UNIX/Linux
* All UNIX/Linux shells and internal shell commands cross-referenced.
* VNC Remote Control software, MySQL and other great software for all operating systems.
About the Author: Guy Lotgering (Soraker, Sweden) has worked for many years as a consultant working on Novell, Microsoft, and UNIX networking systems. Currently, he works for Telecomputing AB in Sweden specializing in SBC (Server Based Computing) and ASP (Application Service Providing) Citrix solutions. The UCG Training Team consists of 19 individuals, each experts in their own fields, with combined experience of over 250 years.