“UNIX Tutorial for Beginners” is a comprehensive guide to the UNIX operating system, designed specifically for those with little to no experience. This book covers all the basics of UNIX, providing a solid foundation for further learning and exploration.

1- Introduction to UNIX: This section provides an overview of the UNIX operating system, including its history, development, and key features.

2- UNIX Architecture: This section covers the architecture of UNIX, including its kernel, system calls, and shell.

3- File System and Directory Structure: This section explains the UNIX file system and directory structure, including the root directory, subdirectories, and file permissions.

4- Basic Commands: This section covers the basic UNIX commands, including how to navigate the file system, create and edit files, and manipulate directories.

5- The UNIX Shell: This section explains the UNIX shell, including its role, different types of shells, and how to use the shell to execute commands.

6- The UNIX Environment: This section covers the UNIX environment, including environment variables, shell profiles, and the PATH.

7- Advanced Commands: This section covers advanced UNIX commands, including process management, redirection, and pipes.

8- UNIX Scripting: This section introduces UNIX scripting, including shell scripts, variables, and control structures.

9- Conclusion: This section summarizes the key points covered in the book, and provides recommendations for further learning and exploration.

“UNIX Tutorial for Beginners” is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to learn UNIX. Whether you are a student, a beginner programmer, or simply curious about this powerful operating system, this book provides the knowledge and guidance you need to get started.