A Practical Guide to Solaris
Sobell's book combines the strengths of a tutorial and a reference so that beginners and experienced users alike will gain the knowledge and develop the skills to learn and use Solaris―the Sun Microsystems version of the UNIX operating system. An excellent on-going resource for reference, this book requires no programming experience, and is compatible with all releases of Solaris 2.x and both the Intel (x86) and Sparc versions of Solaris.
It quickly becomes apparent that Mark G. Sobell, author of A Practical Guide to Solaris, knows that of which he speaks. The "that" in this case, is Solaris, Sun Microsystems' venerable and well-respected operating system, which now runs on both Intel and Sun hardware. As implied in the title, this book is designed to be used actively. In fact, in the opening pages, Sobell recommends that the reader be seated in front of his or her computer before going any farther.
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