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Minek Systems Inc. - IT Consulting Vancouver, Canada, Linux Consulting
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250-2639 Viking Way, Richmond, BC, V6V 1N3, Canada

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About the Author
Aliases
Linux on the Road
Arithmetic Expansion
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Bash, versions 2and 3
Introduction to Linux
Bash Command-Line Options
Awk
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Bash Guide for Beginners
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ASCII Table
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Author's Note
Debugging
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External Filters, Programs and Commands
Escaping
Converting DOS Batch Files to Shell Scripts
Exit Codes With Special Meanings
Exit and Exit Status
Contributed Scripts
Assorted Tips
File test operators
Miscellaneous Commands
Functions
Important Files
File and Archiving Commands
History Commands
Globbing
Interactive and non-interactive shells and scripts
Invoking the script
Gotchas
Here Documents
A Detailed Introduction to I/O and I/O Redirection
I/O Redirection
Indirect References
Loops and Branches
List Constructs
Localization
Local Variables
Internal Variables
Loop Control
Download and Mirror Sites
Internal Commands and Builtins
Miscellany
Nested if/then Condition Tests
Nested Loops
Operations and Related Topics
Numerical Constants
Loops
Math Commands
Optimizations
Operator Precedence
Complex Commands
Introduction
Options
Basics
Beyond the Basics
Operators
Special Variable Types
Preliminary Exercises
Advanced Topics
Portability Issues
Parameter Substitution
Quoting
Process Substitution
Commands
Recess Time
Quoting Variables
Recursion Without Local Variables
/proc
A script calling itself (recursion)
Applications
Regular Expressions
Redirecting Code Blocks
Scripting With Style
$RANDOM: generate random integer
Restricted Shells
Analyzing Scripts
A Sed and Awk Micro-Primer
Security Issues
Reference Cards
Revision History
Standard Command-Line Options
A Sample .bashrc File
Analyzing aSystem Script
Starting Off With aSha-Bang
Important System Directories
Terminal Control Commands
Subshells
Manipulating Strings
Tests
Tests and Comparisons: Alternatives
Testing Your Knowledge of Tests
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Tools Used to Produce This Book
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Bash Variables Are Untyped
Introduction to Variables and Parameters
Variables Revisited
Time /Date Commands
System and Administrative Commands
Unofficial Shell Scripting Stylesheet
Variable Assignment
Where to Go For Help
Shell Scripting Under Windows
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Why Shell Programming?
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Using exec
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Ada
Data Structures and Algorithms -Ada ADTs
Sed
A Brief Introduction to Regular Expressions
Job Control Commands
Of Zeros and Nulls
Writing Scripts
Data Structures and Algorithms: Language Notes
Data Structures and Algorithms: Ada exceptions
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Data Structures and Algorithms: Availability
Data Structures and Algorithms: Arrays
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Data Structures and Algorithms: Dynamic Algorithms
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Data Structures and Algorithms: Kruskal's Algorithm
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Data Structures and Algorithms: Experimental Design
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Binary Search Trees
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B-Trees
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Insertion Sort
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External Sorting
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Hash Tables
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Quicksort
Shell Sort
Red-Black Trees
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Skip Lists
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Table of Contents
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Common CCompiler Options
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Using Dec Workstations and Unix
Books
Program Listings
About This Course
Footnotes
Dynamic Memory Allocation and Dynamic Structures
Advanced Pointer Topics
Low Level Operators and Bit Fields
C, UNIX and Standard Libraries
The CPreprocessor
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IPC:Sockets
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Time Functions
C/C++ Program Compilation
Further Threads Programming:Thread Attributes (POSIX)
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Threads: Basic Theory and Libraries
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Writing Larger Programs
Remote Procedure Calls (RPC)
Conditionals
Thread programming examples
Arrays and Strings
Looping and Iteration
C Basics
Why Use CEILIDH ?
Further Data Types
Functions
Introduction
The command line interface (TEXT CEILIDH ONLY)
Conclusions
How Ceilidh works, Ceilidh Course Notes, User Guides etc.
Using Ceilidh as aStudent
References
Buffer Manipulation
Searching and Sorting
String Manipulation
Compiler Options
Time
Character Classification and Conversion
Data Conversion
Directory Manipulation
File Manipulation
Input and Output
Memory Allocation
Process Control
hello.c
ptr_arr.c
Modular Example
static.c
malloc.c
queue.c
bitcount.c
lowio.c
cdir.c
Mathematics
list.c
printf.c
print.c
list_c.c
fork_eg.c
fork.c
signal.c
sig_talk.c
Piping
random.c
time.c
timer.c
swap.c
args.c
Data Structures and Algorithms: Unbalanced Trees
arg.c
average.c
cio.c
factorial
power.c
Course Material and On-line facilities
Exercises -Using XWindows, Editing and UNIX Basics
Interpreted language exercises
Question/answer exercises
Advantages of the command line interface
The course and unit level
General points
Stream 1/0
Low level I/O
The exercise level
main.c
WriteMyString.c
header.h
Makefile
plot.c
plotter.c
externals.h
Protocol Compiling and Lower Level RPC Programming
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: General Information and Concepts
Process Control: ,
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: Advanced Socket Programming
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: Sample Source Code
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: Writing Client Applications (TCP/SOCK_STREAM)
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: Writing UDP/SOCK_DGRAM applications
alarm()
tables in the shell
Directory functions
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: Questions regarding both Clients and Servers (TCP/SOCK_STREAM)
Unix -concurrency -elevator simulation
Programming UNIX Sockets in C- Frequently Asked Questions: Writing Server Applications (TCP/SOCK_STREAM)
Example -exec and pipes
fchange -bash example
Unix -simple fork illustration
simple, slow eliza in bash
sed, awk, quotation marks
Unix -sockets and select()
Unix -race condition example
raw.c -raw mode demonstration
termstuff.c Unix example
signals and stat()
Unix -semaphore example
stat()
sigaction, signal sets, sigprocmask
Regular expressions and commands that use them


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