Enhanced Software Technologies, Inc., has announced the release of BRU Personal Edition (BRU-PE), offering the same high data reliability as the commercial version of BRU with lower system overhead. BRU-PE is now shipping for Linux, BSD/OS and Free/BSD, SCO Unix and UnixWare, and SunSoft's Solaris x86. Price: $69.95.
Specialized Systems Consultants, Inc., (SSC) just published Inside Linux: A Look at Operating System Development by Randolph Bentson. Inside Linux looks at the history of operating systems, how they are used, and the details of one operating system—Linux. The contents interweave discussions of history, theory, and practice, allowing the reader to see what happens inside the system.
ISBN: 0-916151-89-1. Price: $22. Contact: Specialized Systems Consultants, PO Box 55549, Seattle, WA 98155-0549. Phone: 1-206-782-7733. Fax: 1-206-782-7191. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . URL: http://www.ssc.com/.
The Hyde Company has released version 3.x of its SPATCH Alphanumeric Paging Software. This version of SPATCH offers two new SPATCH options, SPATCH On Call Scheduling and SPATCH PagePage. SPATCH is software supports sending text messages to alphanumeric pagers from a user, an application program, the operating system or E-mail. SPATCH is supported on many Unix and Unix-like operating systems including SCO, AIX, HP/UX, SUN/OS, Solaris, Linux, Dec Unix, Irix, Dynix, System V, and DG/UX.
Specialized Systems Consultants, Inc., (SSC) has published Effective AWK Programming by Arnold D. Robbins. Effective AWK Programming is a comprehensive user's guide for AWK, a programming language defined in the POSIX Command Language and Utilities standard. Information is presented in a tutorial format with practical tips.
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