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The Solaris 9 Reference gives every Solaris user fast access to all the information they need to get results quickly. Solaris 9 Reference delivers more than 1800 pages of rock-solid information that's never been delivered with more clarity, or organized for greater accessibility. Award-winning technical writer, Janice Winsor provides a complete, plain English reference guide to Solaris 9. She provides tested examples and clear, easy to understand explanations for the new LDAP-related commands, NCA (Network Cache Accelerator), PERL, Kerebos security commands, RBAC (Role-based Access Control), and RPM commands (for Linux interoperability). In addition, Solaris 9 Reference covers all of the key commands for Communication, File Management, System Status, Archiving, Printing, Text Processing, Shell Programming, etc. But this is much more than a massive reference list. Several pages are devoted to each command in which a clearly written and relatively detailed description of what the command can do for you is provided, and, in some cases, the author even comes forth with workarounds for bugs. The Solaris 9 Operating Environment is currently in the final stages of Beta testing and is scheduled to be released for the Sparc platform in early summer. Sun anticipates a relatively rapid migration from earlier versions of the Solaris OS including 2.6, 7.0, and 8.0.
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An essential resource for sysadmins, developers, and power users.
When you need fast, detailed answers about the Solaris Operating Environment, the man pages aren't enough: you need Solaris 9 Operating Environment Reference. Award-winning technical writer Janice Winsor delivers over 1,600 pages of rock-solid information on 550+ commands, including over 100 new commands for IP networking, remote access, compression, printing, NIS, NFS, and more. Winsor also provides tested examples and clear, easy-to-understand explanations for the new LDAP-related commands, NCA (Network Cache Accelerator), PERL, RBAC (Role-based Access Control), SSH, and Kerebos security commands.You'll find thorough descriptions, practical usage examples, and detailed reference tables—all organized for maximum accessibility and quick problem solving.
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