Universal Command Guide: For Operating Systems Every Command and Every Option Described and Cross-Referenced Hardcover


Universal Command Guide: For Operating Systems Every Command and Every Option Described and Cross-Referenced Hardcover
Universal Command Guide: For Operating Systems - Hardcover
by Guy Lotgering, Universal Command Guide (UCG) Training Team

Every Command
Every Operating System
Cross-Referenced Together

"Universal Command Guide can significantly reduce the extent of retraining by providing a solid cross-reference between command sets on a wide variety of operating systems."
-- Doc D'Errico, Director, eLab EMC Engineering, EMC Corporation


Windows, UNIX. Linux. NetWare. Macintosh. DOS. If you're a systems professional, chances are you're pretty familiar with commands in at least one of there operating systems. But what happens when you need to get up to speed on an operating system you don't know? This ingenious reference will have you up and running in no time. It describes and illustrates every command in every commonly used operating system -- and cross-reference each command to the equivalent commands in other operating systems.

Every Command and Every Option Described and Cross-Referenced!
- Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP
- Solaris 7, 8
- AIX 4.3.3
- OpenBSD 2.7
- REd Hat Linux 7
- NetWare 3.12, 4.11, 5.1, 6
- Mac OS 9.1
- DOS 6.22

Cross-References and more on CD-ROM
* The UCG Finder -- Find the command you need for any OS
* 2,000 more cross-references for NetWare, Microsoft, and UNIX
* UNIX / Linux shells and internal commands cross referenced
* VNC Remote Control, MySQL, and more great software

Guy Lotering, CNE, MCSE, has worked as a Novell, Microsoft, and UNIX networking consultant for more than a decade in the United States and Europe.

The UGC Training Team consists of 19 subject-area specialists with over 250 years of combined professional experience


- Get a concise description of each command
- Discover the correct syntax at a glance
- Fin a complete description of all command options, including version specific commands.
- See examples of both common and version specific commands
- Use the Quick Command Index to find equivalent commands in other operating systems.

Reader Level: Beginning to Advanced
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