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by Maurice J. Bach

The Design of the UNIX Operating System download ebook
ISBN:
0132017997
ISBN13:
978-0132017992
Author:
Maurice J. Bach
Publisher:
Prentice Hall; 1st edition (June 6, 1986)
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471 pages
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In this timely new book, Maurice J. Bach traces the popularity of the UNIX system throughout the computer industry.

In this timely new book, Maurice J. Among its key features, the book: Describes the outline of the kernel architecture.

Published 1986 by Prentice-Hall International in London. Bibliography, p454-457. Prentice-Hall software series.

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The leading selling UNIX internals book on the market.

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Programmers on UNIX systems will gain a deeper understanding of how their programs interact with the .

Programmers on UNIX systems will gain a deeper understanding of how their programs interact with the system and can thereby code more efficient programs.

The system description is based on UNIX System V Release 2 supported by AT&T, with some features from Release 3. From the Inside Flap Preface The UNIX system was first described in a 1974 paper in the Communications of the ACM Thompson 74 by Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie. Since that time, it has become increasingly widespread and popular throughout the computer industry where more and more.

In this timely new book, Maurice J. Bach traces the popularity of the UNIX system throughout the computer industry Design of the UNIX Operatin.

Classic description of the internal algorithms and the structures that form the basis of the UNIX operating system and their relationship to programmer interface. The leading selling UNIX internals book on the market.

Reviews:
  • Jusari
This book describes one of the first UNIX versions. It's a classic stuff. The book is simple and elegant as the operating system it describes. But beware, the book is quite old. Before delving into the more modern (and denser) operating system books, you should try this one.
  • Phallozs Dwarfs
If you want to understand Unix or Linux inside out, then you must read (or better, study) this book.

This is the book that made all the free variants of Unix, like Linux (in all its flavors), FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, etc. possible. The book provides a road map to writing your own version of Unix without violating patents, which isn't such a big deal now, but was a huge obstacle at the time the above mentioned free versions of Unix were being created.

I recently ran a search on this book on O'Reilly's Safarionline.com service. Although they don't have this book (!), it was amazing to see how many computer books quote this text or list it as a reference or in a bibliography.

The book is easy to read, and very clear. You only need a basic understanding of the 'C' language (in which *nix is written) to follow along.

This book is one of the true classics from the early Unix books published by Prentice Hall, many of which were connected with Brian Kernighan and his peers at AT&T. Even then it was affectionately referred to as the "Bach Book". Nothing else to date comes close. Please correct me if I'm wrong!

All the basics of the kernel are laid bare, and example 'C' code demonstrates implementation of the algorithems. Compared with reading the actual source code, this book is way better because it communicates the essence without the distracting details of an actual implementation. If after reading the book, you do look at the source code for the kernel, it will be much easier to understand and navigate.
  • Heraly
Excellent book for the Unix/Linux internal working. If you want to know how Unix/Linux work on the inside, get it.
  • Nikojas
good book
  • Delirium
A 'must read' for everybody interested in understanding the basics of the UNIX core.
  • Quinthy
Great book, the best starting-point to learn UNIX
  • Wen
Great, great great - three yeses!
A nice book to more about Unix