Running Mac Os X Tiger (Animal Guide)

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Running Mac Os X Tiger (Animal Guide)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 372 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780596009137
  • DDC分類 005.4465

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"Running Mac OS X Tiger" is the ideal resource for power users and system administrators like you who want to tweak Tiger, the new release of Mac OS X, to run faster, better, or just differently. If you are ready to dig deep into your Mac, this book expertly guides you to the core of Mac OS X. It helps you understand the inner workings of the operating system, so you can know how to get the most out of it. And, it gives you countless ideas - and step-by-step instruction - for customizing and revving up Tiger to your specific needs and your liking. Completely revised and updated for Mac OS X Tiger, "Running Mac OS X Tiger" covers all the new features and functionality of Tiger. You can count on authors Jason Deraleau and James Duncan Davidson to give what you need - and not bother with what you don't. They don't spend time on Finder tips and keyboard shortcuts; they focus on showing you what makes a Mac tick and, more importantly, how you can make it tick just the way you want it to.Easy to follow and intuitively organized, "Running Mac OS X Tiger" is divided into three parts: "Getting Started" introduces Mac OS X and explains how it's put together and why it works; "Administration Essentials" gives you the tools you need to examine how your system is running and adjust all the knobs behind its operation; and "Networking and Network Services" covers the ways Mac OS X interfaces with the world around it, including wireless and spontaneous networking. Developer Tools for Mac OS X, including Xcode, are discussed throughout the book as appropriate. For the growing number of intermediate to advanced users who are ready and eager to customize Mac OS X, "Running Mac OS X Tiger" delivers everything you need to become master of your Mac.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Where It All Came From 1 (22)
The Classic Mac OS 1 (2)
System 7 3 (1)
Copland 4 (1)
Nextstep 5 (2)
Rhapsody 7 (1)
Continued Development of the Classic Mac 8 (3)
OS
Mac OS X 10.0 11 (3)
Mac OS X 10.1 14 (1)
Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar 15 (2)
Mac OS X Panther 17 (2)
Mac OS X Tiger 19 (3)
What Does the Future Hold? 22 (1)
Installing the System and Software 23 (27)
Preparing to Install Tiger 23 (4)
Installing Tiger 27 (9)
The Software of Mac OS X 36 (10)
Staying Up-to-Date 46 (3)
Further Explorations 49 (1)
Lay of the Land 50 (18)
The World's Most Advanced Operating System 50 (4)
Filesystem Hierarchy 54 (6)
The Many Roots of the Finder 60 (2)
Filesystem Domains 62 (2)
The Library 64 (2)
Bundles 66 (1)
Further Explorations 66 (2)
The Terminal and Shell 68 (25)
Terminal Overview 68 (10)
Configuring and Using bash 78 (8)
Using Other Shells 86 (2)
Getting Help 88 (2)
Editing Text Files 90 (2)
Further Explorations 92 (1)
System Startup and Login 93 (23)
The Hardware Boot Process 93 (9)
The Operating System Boot Process 102(6)
Logging In 108(5)
Logging Out 113(1)
Shutting Down the System 113(1)
Energy Preferences 114(1)
Further Explorations 114(2)
Users and Groups 116(12)
What Is a User Anyway? 116(2)
Managing Users 118(6)
Nonhuman Users 124(3)
Further Explorations 127(1)
Open Directory 128(31)
Open Directory in Action 129(1)
Directory Services Defined 130(3)
Directory Domains 133(1)
The Local Domain and NetInfo 133(8)
Configuring Shared Domains 141(9)
Kerberos and Single Sign-on 150(1)
Command-Line Open Directory Tools 150(7)
Further Explorations 157(2)
Files and Permissions 159(25)
Finding Files 159(7)
Owners and Access 166(12)
Metadata and File Attributes 178(4)
Further Explorations 182(2)
Disks and Filesystems 184(38)
Filesystems 184(4)
Network-Based Filesystems 188(7)
Disk Utility 195(8)
Erasing and Formatting Disks 203(2)
Partitioning Disks 205(2)
Raid 207(2)
Disk Images 209(12)
Further Explorations 221(1)
Printing 222(21)
Print System Overview 222(1)
Managing Printers 223(3)
Adding and Configuring Printers 226(4)
Anatomy of a Print Job 230(5)
PDF Services 235(1)
Printing from the Command Line 236(3)
Print Sharing 239(2)
Further Explorations 241(2)
Networking 243(34)
The Internet Protocol 243(8)
Configuring IP Addresses 251(1)
Naming and DNS 252(4)
Private Networks and NAT 256(1)
Routing 257(2)
Active Network Connections 259(2)
AppleTalk 261(1)
Locations 262(1)
Using a Dial-Up Connection 262(4)
FireWire Networking 266(2)
Virtual Private Networks 268(2)
Firewalls 270(4)
Internet Connection Sharing 274(2)
Further Explorations 276(1)
Monitoring the System 277(28)
About This Mac 277(1)
System Profiler 277(6)
Monitoring System Activity 283(10)
Monitoring Users 293(1)
Working with Processes 294(5)
Remote Maintenance 299(5)
Further Explorations 304(1)
Automating Tasks 305(32)
The Importance of Time 305(1)
Using iCal to Schedule Tasks 306(1)
cron 307(5)
Automator 312(5)
Scripting 317(19)
Further Explorations 336(1)
Preferences and Defaults 337(14)
Property Lists 337(2)
Where Preferences Are Stored 339(3)
Reading and Writing Preferences 342(6)
Determining Preference Keys 348(2)
Further Explorations 350(1)
Boot Command Keys 351(2)
Other Sources of Information 353(6)
Index 359