Introducing UNIX System V.
McGraw-Hill software series for computer professionals, 1987, 612 pages, index.
Condition: Very Good, 7x9 glossy coated cardstock covers, softcover, prev. owner's initials at upper spine and upper corner front cover and top textblock fore-edge; the binding is sound and secure, and pages are clean and unmarked.
An alternate edition of the bestselling Introducing the Unix System, this easy-to-use reference guide contains detailed coverage of AT&T's new System V, including key concepts behind System V from how to log on, directory structure and file systems to the ideas of standard files and processes; Popular System V utilities, electronic mail, text editors, and document preparation tools; detailed discussion of the shell and software development tools... (from the rear cover).