UNIX System Manager's Manual (SMM)
Reference Manual - Section 8
Section 8 of the UNIX Programmer's Manual contains information related to
system operation, administration, and maintenance.
System Installation and Administration
Installing and Operating 4.3BSD on the VAX
The definitive reference document for those occasions when
you find you need to start over again.
Building 4.3BSD UNIX Systems with Config
In-depth discussions of the use and operation of the config
program, and how to build your very own Unix kernel.
Using ADB to Debug the Kernel
Techniques for figuring out after the fact why the kernel crashed.
Disc Quotas in a UNIX Environment
A light introduction to the techniques
for limiting the use of disc resources.
Fsck - The UNIX File System Check Program
A reference document for using the fsck program during
times of file system distress.
Line Printer Spooler Manual
This document describes the structure and installation procedure
for the line printer spooling system.
Sendmail Installation and Operation Guide
The last word in installing and operating the sendmail program.
Timed Installation and Operation Guide
Describes how to maintain time synchronization between machines
in a local network.
UUCP Implementation Description
Describes the implementation of uucp; for the installer and administrator.
USENET Version B Installation
How to install and maintain the News system.
Name Server Operations Guide
If you have a network this will be of interest.
Bug Fixes and Changes in 4.3BSD
This document summarizes changes visible to the user accustomed to 4.2BSD.
Changes to the Kernel in 4.3BSD
A summary for the hard-core of changes in the kernel from 4.2BSD to 4.3BSD.
A Fast File System for UNIX
A description of the 4.2BSD file system organization, design and implementation.
4.3BSD Networking Implementation Notes
A concise description of the system interfaces used within the
Sendmail - An Internetwork Mail Router
An overview document on the design and implementation of sendmail.
On the Security of UNIX
Hints on how to break UNIX, and how to avoid your system being broken.
Password Security - A Case History
How the bad guys used to be able to break the password algorithm, and why
they cannot now (at least not so easily).
A Tour Through the Portable C Compiler
How the portable C compiler works inside.
Writing NROFF Terminal Descriptions
A description of how to add a printer with new characteristics
to Version 7 nroff.
A Dial-Up Network of UNIX Systems
Describes UUCP, a program for communicating files between UNIX systems.
The Berkeley UNIX Time Synchronization Protocol
The protocols and algorithms used by timed,
the network time synchronization daemon.
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