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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell. A Desktop Quick Reference

Andy Lester, Chris Stone, Chuck Toporek
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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell. A Desktop Quick Reference eBook -- spis treści

  • MAC OS X Tiger in a Nutshell
  • Preface
    • Audience for This Book
    • How This Book Is Organized
    • Conventions Used in This Book
    • Comments and Questions
    • Acknowledgments
      • Acknowledgments for Andy Lester
    • Safari Enabled
  • I. Commands and Shells
    • 1. Introduction
      • 1.1. What Youll Find
      • 1.2. Beginners Guide
        • 1.2.1. Communication
        • 1.2.2. Comparisons
        • 1.2.3. File Management
        • 1.2.4. Printing
        • 1.2.5. Programming
        • 1.2.6. Searching
        • 1.2.7. Shell Programming
        • 1.2.8. Storage
        • 1.2.9. System Status
        • 1.2.10. Text Processing
        • 1.2.11. Miscellaneous
    • 2. Unix Command Reference
      • 2.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
        • ac
        • appleping
        • appletalk
        • appletviewer
        • apply
        • apropos
        • asr
        • at
        • at_cho_prn
        • atlookup
        • atprint
        • atq
        • atrm
        • atstatus
        • automount
        • banner
        • basename
        • batch
        • bc
        • biff
        • bless
        • cal
        • calendar
        • cancel
        • cat
        • CCLEngine
        • certtool
        • chflags
        • chgrp
        • chkpasswd
        • chmod
        • chown
        • cksum
        • clear
        • cmp
        • colcrt
        • colrm
        • column
        • comm
        • compress
        • configd
        • cp
        • cpio
        • CpMac
        • create_nidb
        • crontab
        • curl
        • cut
        • date
        • dc
        • dd
        • defaults
        • df
        • diff
        • diff3
        • dig
        • DirectoryService
        • dirname
        • diskarbitrationd
        • diskutil
        • ditto
        • dmesg
        • dns-sd
        • drutil
        • dscl
        • du
        • dynamic_pager
        • echo
        • egrep
        • enscript
        • env
        • expand
        • expr
        • false
        • fdisk
        • fetchmail
        • fgrep
        • file
        • find
        • FixupResourceForks
        • fmt
        • fold
        • fs_usage
        • fsaclctl
        • fsck
        • fsck_hfs
        • fsck_msdos
        • ftp
        • gcc_select
        • GetFileInfo
        • gnutar
        • grep
        • gunzip
        • gzcat
        • gzip
        • halt
        • hdid
        • hdiutil
        • head
        • host
        • hostinfo
        • hostname
        • hwprefs
        • id
        • ifconfig
        • info
        • install
        • installer
        • ipconfig
        • join
        • jot
        • kdump
        • kdumpd
        • kill
        • killall
        • ktrace
        • languagesetup
        • last
        • launchctl
        • launchd
        • leave
        • less
        • ln
        • locate
        • lock
        • lockfile
        • logger
        • look
        • lp
        • lpc
        • lpq
        • lpr
        • lprm
        • lpstat
        • ls
        • lsbom
        • lsof
        • machine
        • mailq
        • mailstat
        • makekey
        • man
        • md5
        • mDNS
        • mDNSResponder
        • mdcheckschema
        • mdfind
        • mdimport
        • mdls
        • mdutil
        • merge
        • mkbom
        • mkdir
        • more
        • mount
        • mount_afp
        • mount_autofs
        • mount_cd9660
        • mount_cddafs
        • mount_devfs
        • mount_fdesc
        • mount_ftp
        • mount_hfs
        • mount_msdos
        • mount_nfs
        • mount_ntfs
        • mount_smbfs
        • mount_synthfs
        • mount_udf
        • mount_volfs
        • mount_webdav
        • mv
        • MvMac
        • netstat
        • nice
        • nicl
        • nidomain
        • nidump
        • nifind
        • nigrep
        • niload
        • nireport
        • niutil
        • notifyd
        • nslookup
        • ntp-wait
        • ntptimeset
        • nvram
        • od
        • open
        • opendiff
        • open-x11
        • osacompile
        • osalang
        • osascript
        • passwd
        • paste
        • pax
        • pbcopy
        • pbpaste
        • pdisk
        • periodic
        • ping
        • pl
        • plutil
        • pmset
        • pr
        • printenv
        • ps
        • pwd
        • quota
        • rcp
        • reboot
        • register_mach_bootstrap_servers
        • renice
        • rev
        • rlogin
        • rm
        • rmdir
        • rsync
        • say
        • scp
        • screencapture
        • script
        • scselect
        • scutil
        • sdiff
        • sed
        • service
        • SetFile
        • sftp
        • showmount
        • shutdown
        • sips
        • slogin
        • slp_reg
        • softwareupdate
        • sort
        • split
        • SplitForks
        • spray
        • srm
        • ssh
        • strings
        • stty
        • su
        • sudo
        • sw_vers
        • systemkeychain
        • system_profiler
        • SystemStarter
        • tab2space
        • tail
        • talk
        • tar
        • tee
        • telnet
        • test
        • tftp
        • tiff2icns
        • tiffutil
        • time
        • top
        • touch
        • tr
        • traceroute
        • true
        • tset
        • tty
        • umount
        • uname
        • uncompress
        • unexpand
        • uniq
        • units
        • unzip
        • uptime
        • users
        • uudecode
        • uuencode
        • uuidgen
        • vi
        • view
        • visudo
        • vm_stat
        • vmmap
        • vndevice
        • vsdbutil
        • w
        • wall
        • wc
        • whatis
        • whereis
        • which
        • who
        • whoami
        • whois
        • write
        • xargs
        • yes
        • zcat
        • zcmp
        • zdiff
        • zgrep
        • zip
        • zipinfo
        • zmore
        • znew
        • zprint
    • 3. Using the Terminal
      • 3.1. Using the Terminal
        • 3.1.1. Terminal Preferences
          • 3.1.1.1. Setting a default shell
          • 3.1.1.2. The Terminal Inspector
        • 3.1.2. Saving and Loading Terminals
        • 3.1.3. Connect to Server
        • 3.1.4. Secure Keyboard Entry
        • 3.1.5. Split-View Scrollback
      • 3.2. Process Management
        • 3.2.1. Seeing processes
          • 3.2.1.1. Sending signals with kill and killall
        • 3.2.2. Mac OS Xs Console Mode
    • 4. Shell Overview
      • 4.1. Introduction to the Shell
      • 4.2. Shell Flavors
      • 4.3. Common Features
      • 4.4. Differing Features
    • 5. bash: The Bourne-Again Shell
      • 5.1. Invoking the Shell
        • 5.1.1. Options
        • 5.1.2. Arguments
      • 5.2. Syntax
        • 5.2.1. Special Files
        • 5.2.2. Filename Metacharacters
          • 5.2.2.1. Examples
        • 5.2.3. Command-Line Editing
        • 5.2.4. Quoting
          • 5.2.4.1. Examples
        • 5.2.5. Command Forms
          • 5.2.5.1. Examples
        • 5.2.6. Redirection Forms
          • 5.2.6.1. Examples
      • 5.3. Variables
        • 5.3.1. Variable Substitution
        • 5.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
      • 5.4. Arithmetic Expressions
        • 5.4.1. Operators
        • 5.4.2. Examples
      • 5.5. Command History
        • 5.5.1. Line-Edit Mode
        • 5.5.2. The fc Command
          • 5.5.2.1. Examples
        • 5.5.3. Command Substitution
        • 5.5.4. Variables in Prompt
      • 5.6. Job Control
      • 5.7. Built-in Commands
        • #
        • #!
        • :
        • .
        • alias
        • bg
        • bind
        • break
        • builtin
        • case
        • cd
        • command
        • compgen
        • complete
        • continue
        • declare
        • dirs
        • disown
        • echo
        • enable
        • eval
        • exec
        • exit
        • export
        • fc
        • fg
        • for
        • function
        • getopts
        • hash
        • help
        • history
        • if
        • jobs
        • kill
        • let
        • local
        • logout
        • popd
        • printf
        • pushd
        • pwd
        • read
        • readonly
        • return
        • select
        • set
        • shift
        • shopt
        • source
        • suspend
        • test
        • times
        • trap
        • type
        • typeset
        • ulimit
        • umask
        • unalias
        • unset
        • until
        • wait
        • while
  • II. Text Editing and Processing
    • 6. Pattern Matching
      • 6.1. Filenames Versus Patterns
      • 6.2. Metacharacters, Listed by Unix Program
      • 6.3. Metacharacters
      • 6.4. Examples of Searching
        • 6.4.1. Examples of Searching and Replacing
    • 7. The vi Editor
      • 7.1. Review of vi Operations
        • 7.1.1. Command Mode
        • 7.1.2. Insert Mode
        • 7.1.3. Syntax of vi Commands
          • 7.1.3.1. Examples
        • 7.1.4. Status-Line Commands
      • 7.2. vi Command-Line Options
      • 7.3. ex Command-Line Options
      • 7.4. Movement Commands
        • 7.4.1. Character
        • 7.4.2. Text
        • 7.4.3. Lines
        • 7.4.4. Screens
        • 7.4.5. Searches
          • 7.4.5.1. Line numbering
          • 7.4.5.2. Marking position
      • 7.5. Edit Commands
        • 7.5.1. Inserting New Text
        • 7.5.2. Changing and Deleting Text
      • 7.6. Saving and Exiting
      • 7.7. Accessing Multiple Files
      • 7.8. Window Commands
      • 7.9. Interacting with the Shell
      • 7.10. Macros
      • 7.11. Miscellaneous Commands
      • 7.12. Alphabetical List of Keys in Command Mode
      • 7.13. Syntax of ex Commands
        • 7.13.1. Options
        • 7.13.2. Addresses
        • 7.13.3. Address Symbols
      • 7.14. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands
        • abbrev
        • append
        • args
        • cd
        • bdelete
        • buffer
        • buffers
        • center
        • change
        • close
        • copy
        • delete
        • edit
        • exusage
        • file
        • fold
        • foldclose
        • foldopen
        • global
        • help
        • hide
        • insert
        • join
        • jumps
        • k
        • list
        • left
        • map
        • mark
        • marks
        • mkexrc
        • move
        • new
        • next
        • nohlsearch
        • number
        • open
        • preserve
        • previous
        • print
        • put
        • qall
        • quit
        • read
        • read
        • recover
        • redo
        • resize
        • rewind
        • right
        • sbuffer
        • sbnext
        • snext
        • split
        • sprevious
        • script
        • set
        • shell
        • source
        • stop
        • substitute
        • suspend
        • sview
        • t
        • tag
        • tags
        • unabbreviate
        • undo
        • unhide
        • unmap
        • v
        • version
        • vi
        • view
        • visual
        • viusage
        • vsplit
        • wall
        • wnext
        • wq
        • wqall
        • write
        • write
        • X
        • xit
        • yank
        • z
        • !
        • =
        • < >
        • address
        • Return
        • @
        • @@
        • &
        • ~
      • 7.15. vi Configuration
        • 7.15.1. The :set Command
        • 7.15.2. Options Used by :set
        • 7.15.3. Sample ~/.exrc File
    • 8. The Emacs Editor
      • 8.1. Emacs Concepts
        • 8.1.1. Modes
        • 8.1.2. Buffer and Window
        • 8.1.3. Point and Mark
        • 8.1.4. Kill and Yank
      • 8.2. Typical Problems
      • 8.3. Notes on the Tables
        • 8.3.1. Absolutely Essential Commands
      • 8.4. Summary of Commands by Group
        • 8.4.1. File Handling Commands
        • 8.4.2. Cursor Movement Commands
        • 8.4.3. Deletion Commands
        • 8.4.4. Paragraphs and Regions
        • 8.4.5. Stopping and Undoing Commands
        • 8.4.6. Transposition Commands
        • 8.4.7. Capitalization Commands
        • 8.4.8. Incremental Search Commands
        • 8.4.9. Word Abbreviation Commands
        • 8.4.10. Buffer Manipulation Commands
        • 8.4.11. Window Commands
        • 8.4.12. Special Shell Mode Characters
        • 8.4.13. Indentation Commands
        • 8.4.14. Centering Commands
        • 8.4.15. Macro Commands
        • 8.4.16. Detail Information Help Commands
        • 8.4.17. Help Commands
      • 8.5. Summary of Commands by Key
        • 8.5.1. Control-Key Sequences
        • 8.5.2. Meta-Key Sequences
      • 8.6. Summary of Commands by Name
        • 8.6.1. Extending Emacs
        • 8.6.2. The .emacs File
        • 8.6.3. GUI Emacs
  • III. Managing Mac OS X
    • 9. Filesystem Overview
      • 9.1. Mac OS X Filesystems
        • 9.1.1. Differences Between HFS+ and UFS
        • 9.1.2. File Forks
          • 9.1.2.1. Attribute forks
        • 9.1.3. Journaling
        • 9.1.4. Other Supported Filesystem Formats
      • 9.2. Filesystem Organization
        • 9.2.1. Domains
        • 9.2.2. Special Folders
          • 9.2.2.1. User directories
          • 9.2.2.2. The Shared user directory
          • 9.2.2.3. The Library folder
      • 9.3. Hidden Files
        • 9.3.1. Seeing Hidden Files
        • 9.3.2. Dotfiles
        • 9.3.3. Exploring root
          • 9.3.3.1. Hidden Mac OS 9 files
          • 9.3.3.2. Hidden Darwin files
      • 9.4. The File Permissions System
        • 9.4.1. Owners and Groups
        • 9.4.2. Viewing and Modifying File Permissions
    • 10. Directory Services
      • 10.1. Understanding Directory Services
      • 10.2. Programming with Directory Services
        • 10.2.1. Working with Passwords
      • 10.3. Configuring Directory Services
      • 10.4. NetInfo Manager
      • 10.5. Directory Services Utilities
      • 10.6. Managing Groups
        • 10.6.1. Creating a Group with niload
        • 10.6.2. Creating a Group with dscl
        • 10.6.3. Adding Users to a Group
        • 10.6.4. Listing Groups with nidump
        • 10.6.5. Deleting a Group
      • 10.7. Managing Users and Passwords
        • 10.7.1. Creating a User with niload
        • 10.7.2. Creating a User with dscl
        • 10.7.3. Creating a Users Home Directory
        • 10.7.4. Granting Administrative Privileges
        • 10.7.5. Modifying a User
        • 10.7.6. Listing Users with nidump
        • 10.7.7. Deleting a User
      • 10.8. Managing Hostnames and IP Addresses
        • 10.8.1. Creating a Host with niload
      • 10.9. Exporting Directories with NFS
      • 10.10. Flat Files and Their Directory Services Counterparts
      • 10.11. Restoring the Directory Services Database
    • 11. Running Network Services
      • 11.1. Network Services Overview
      • 11.2. Running Services in Mac OS X
        • 11.2.1. Running Services Through the Sharing Pane
      • 11.3. Mail Services
        • 11.3.1. Mail Transport Agents (Postfix)
          • 11.3.1.1. Using Postfix
          • 11.3.1.2. Configuring a local mailer
          • 11.3.1.3. Configuring a mail server
        • 11.3.2. Mail Delivery Agents
      • 11.4. Web Services
        • 11.4.1. Apache Configuration
        • 11.4.2. Apache Modules
      • 11.5. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
        • 11.5.1. Enabling Anonymous FTP
      • 11.6. Remote Login Services
        • 11.6.1. The Secure Shell
        • 11.6.2. Telnet
        • 11.6.3. The Remote Shell
      • 11.7. File Sharing Services
      • 11.8. Daemon Management
        • 11.8.1. Bootstrap Daemons
        • 11.8.2. StartupItems
          • 11.8.2.1. Manually running StartupItems
          • 11.8.2.2. The /etc/hostconfig file
          • 11.8.2.3. StartupParameters.plist
        • 11.8.3. launchd
        • 11.8.4. xinetd
    • 12. The X Window System
      • 12.1. Installing X11
      • 12.2. Running X11
      • 12.3. Customizing X11
        • 12.3.1. Dot-files, Desktops, and Window Managers
        • 12.3.2. X11 Preferences, Application Menu, and Dock Menu
          • 12.3.2.1. Input
          • 12.3.2.2. Output
          • 12.3.2.3. Customizing X11s Applications menu
      • 12.4. X11-based Applications and Libraries
        • 12.4.1. Aqua-X11 Interactions
        • 12.4.2. TKAqua
      • 12.5. Connecting to Other X Window Systems
        • 12.5.1. OSX2X
      • 12.6. Virtual Network Computing
        • 12.6.1. Launching VNC
          • 12.6.1.1. VNC and SSH
        • 12.6.2. Connecting to the Mac OS X VNC Server
    • 13. The Defaults System
      • 13.1. Property Lists
      • 13.2. Viewing and Editing Property Lists
        • 13.2.1. Using the Property List Editor
        • 13.2.2. The defaults Command
          • defaults
  • Index
  • About the Authors
  • Colophon
  • Copyright



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