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Mac OS X Panther for Unix Geeks













By Brian Jepson, Ernest E. Rothman

Publisher : O'Reilly
Pub Date : February 2004
ISBN : 0-596-00607-1
Pages : 240


If you find yourself disoriented by the new Mac environment, Mac OS X Panther for Unix Geeks will get you acclimated quickly to the foreign new areas of a familiar Unix landscape. The new edition of this book is your guide to figuring out the BSD Unix system and Panther-specific components that you may find challenging. The book includes a quick manpage-style reference to the "Missing Manual Pages" --commands that come with Mac OS X Panther, although there are no manpages.


Copyright
Preface
Audience for This Book
Organization of This Book
Xcode Tools
Where to Go for More Information
Conventions Used in This Book
Comments and Questions
Acknowledgments from the Previous Edition
Acknowledgments from Brian Jepson
Acknowledgments from Ernest E. Rothman
Part I: Getting Around
Chapter 1. Inside the Terminal
Section 1.1. Mac OS X Shells
Section 1.2. The Terminal and xterm Compared
Section 1.3. Using the Terminal
Section 1.4. Customizing the Terminal
Section 1.5. The Services Menu
Section 1.6. Alternative Terminal Applications
Section 1.7. The open Command
Chapter 2. Startup
Section 2.1. Booting Mac OS X
Section 2.2. Adding Startup Items
Section 2.3. Scheduling Tasks
Chapter 3. Directory Services
Section 3.1. Understanding Directory Services
Section 3.2. Programming with Directory Services
Section 3.3. Configuring Directory Services
Section 3.4. NetInfo Manager
Section 3.5. Directory Services Utilities
Section 3.6. Managing Groups
Section 3.7. Managing Users and Passwords
Section 3.8. Managing Hostnames and IP Addresses
Section 3.9. Exporting Directories with NFS
Section 3.10. Flat Files and Their Directory Services Counterparts
Section 3.11. Restoring the Directory Services Database
Chapter 4. Printing
Section 4.1. Printer Setup Utility
Section 4.2. Common Unix Printing System (CUPS)
Section 4.3. Gimp-Print
Chapter 5. The X Window System
Section 5.1. About Apple's X11
Section 5.2. Installing X11
Section 5.3. Running X11
Section 5.4. Customizing X11
Section 5.5. X11-based Applications and Libraries
Section 5.6. Connecting to Other X Window Systems
Section 5.7. Virtual Network Computer
Chapter 6. Multimedia
Section 6.1. Burning CDs
Section 6.2. Video
Section 6.3. Image Editing
Section 6.4. 3D Modeling
Chapter 7. Third-Party Tools and Applications
Section 7.1. Virtual Desktops and Screens
Section 7.2. The Application Menu
Section 7.3. Exposé
Section 7.4. Virtual Desktops
Section 7.5. SSH GUIs
Section 7.6. RAqua
Part II: Building Applications
Chapter 8. Compiling Source Code
Section 8.1. Compiler Differences
Section 8.2. Compiling Unix Source Code
Section 8.3. Architectural Issues
Section 8.4. X11-Based Applications and Libraries
Chapter 9. Libraries, Headers, and Frameworks
Section 9.1. Header Files
Section 9.2. The System Library: libSystem
Section 9.3. Shared Libraries Versus Loadable Modules
Section 9.4. Library Versions
Section 9.5. Creating and Linking Static Libraries
Section 9.6. Creating Frameworks
Section 9.7. Prebinding
Section 9.8. Performance and Debugging Tools
Section 9.9. CHUD Tools
Section 9.10. Interesting and Impotant Libraries
Section 9.11. Numerical Libraries
Chapter 10. Perl
Section 10.1. Perl for Mac OS X Geeks
Section 10.2. Installing CPAN Modules
Section 10.3. Compiling Your Own Perl
Part III: Working with Packages
Chapter 11. Fink
Section 11.1. Installing Fink
Section 11.2. Using Fink
Section 11.3. FinkCommander
Section 11.4. Installing Binaries
Chapter 12. Creating and Installing Packages
Section 12.1. Using PackageMaker
Section 12.2. Using GNU tar
Section 12.3. Disk Images
Section 12.4. Creating Fink Packages
Part IV: Serving and System Management
Chapter 13. Using Mac OS X as a Server
Section 13.1. Getting Connected
Section 13.2. LDAP
Section 13.3. Postfix
Section 13.4. Built-in Services: The Sharing Panel
Chapter 14. MySQL and PostgreSQL
Section 14.1. MySQL
Section 14.2. PostgreSQL
Section 14.3. PHP and Perl
Chapter 15. System Management Tools
Section 15.1. Diagnostic Utilities
Section 15.2. Kernel Utilities
Section 15.3. System Configuration
Section 15.4. Third-Party Applications
Part V: Appendixes
Appendix A. The Mac OS X Filesystem
Section A.1. Files and Directories
Appendix B. Command-Line Tools: The Missing Manpages
AuthorizationTrampoline
autodiskmount
automount
CCLEngine
cd9660.util
certtool
checkgid
chkpasswd
configd
CpMac
create_nidb
DirectoryService
disktool
fixmount
fixPrecomps
FixupResourceForks
gcc_select
hfs.util
hostinfo
hwprefs
ipconfig
kdumpd
kuncd
languagesetup
makekey
mDNS
mDNSResponder
mount_devfs
mount_ftp
mount_smbfs
mount_synthfs
mount_volfs
msdos.util
notifyd
ntp-wait
ntptimeset
od
opendiff
open-x11
pdisk
pdump
postfix-watch
register_mach_bootstrap_servers
screencapture
scselect
scutil
SecurityServer
service
sips
SplitForks
systemkeychain
udf.util
ufs.util
unzip
vndevice
vsdbutil
zip
Appendix C. Mac OS X's Unix Development Tools
Section C.1. Standard Unix Development Tools
Section C.2. Apple's Command-Line Developer Tools
Section C.3. Macintosh Tools
Section C.4. Java Development Tools
Section C.5. Text Editing and Processing
Section C.6. Scripting and Shell Programming
Section C.7. Working with Files and Directories
Section C.8. File Compression and Storage
Section C.9. Searching and Sorting
Section C.10. Miscellaneous Tools
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