Unix Power Tools, 3rd edition (en anglais) (Anglais) Broché – 25 novembre 2002
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Pour les autres (dont je fais partie), ce livre ne sera qu'une source incessante de :
- "Waaaa... C'est pas bête, ça !"
- "Waaaa... On peut [même] faire [comme] ça !?"
- "Waaaa... Mais qu'est-ce qu'ils racontent, là !?"
I found almost every thing I want. Recommended for system administartors and experienced Unix/Linux users.
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One of the best features is the organization of the book. The book is organized into clusters of chapters on a general theme such scripting. Each chapter focuses on one aspect of that theme, such as "Bash scripting" or "Perl Scripting." Individual chapters are themselves split into numbered sections (supplied in the footer of every page). The main idea is that you can and should read the sections of interest to you rather reading cover to cover. It's especially brilliant because, like a properly abstracted software design, the text is extensively cross-referenced inline making it easy to jump to the relevant section for more detail on a supporting topic.
The main reason I gave this book a 4 instead of a 5 is that the information is somewhat dated (2001?). For example, the section on GUIs and internet security is really old (although some of that is still relevant as well). However, it still contains valuable information on shell scripting, tools like `sed` and many topics which have have thus far continued to be true. I can't imagine gathering this information as easily through a google search. Plus, the authors are all vetted experts in their fields.
It won't teach you everything you need to know about Unix, but it will give you an in depth grasp on many topics, and it's a fantastic reference for someone like me who struggles to work in a Unix environment already and wants a firmer grasp.
Articles are logically organized in chapters so you can read the book from cover to cover if you wish. However more likely you'll end up reading the book more randomly, following the cross-references. (I have some bad experience with the books organized in this way but this one is a clear exception.)
The book is written for beginners and experts alike, since I'm a Unix newbie I can only confirm that; I hate to say but the life of Unix SA would be much easier if the man pages would be organized in a similar way -- including examples that're almost never there.
I'm waiting for O'Reilly to update their "Unix CD Bookshelf" with third edition of this book because it's a little too heavy for carrying it with me.
Cons: wordy, could be a bit more academically written, "common tasks and ways of doing them" style is not my favorite
Pros: Detailed, contains interesting historical info, multiple authors provide different perspectives, humorous, enjoyable to read, feels like I've got a bunch of gurus sitting next to me at my desk