Handy reference documentation for a key variant of the UNIX operating system, including many popular freeware utilities. It covers the final, definitive release of the Berkeley version of UNIX, which has been the basis for many commercial UNIX variants. Useful for Linux, BSDI, and other free UNIX variants.SM may be followed by , B to make small bold letters. A prevailing indent distance is remembered between successive indented paragraphs, and is reset to default value upon reaching a non-indented paragraph. Default units for indents alt; areanbsp;...
|Title||:||4.4bsd User's Reference Manual|
|Author||:||University of California, Berkeley. Computer Systems Research Group|
|Publisher||:||O'Reilly Media - 1994|