Mac OS X version 10.1 Black book

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Coriolis, Feb 1, 2002 - Computers - 654 pages
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-- Goes beyond the basics with technical references and practical troubleshooting, administrative tools, networking technologies, and more.
-- Gets to the heart of networking issues for systems administrators who want to include Mac OS in Windows or Unix environments.
-- Explores new finder and interface enhancements, preemptive multitasking, and protective memory.
-- Teaches how to automate tasks remotely over TCP/IP using Applescript.
-- Covers support for symmetric multiprocessing and Carbon, a set of Mac APIs that makes it easy for software publishers to recompile their software to work with the new features.
-- Dives into networking and online issues like Internet access and security, publishing on the Web, Internet applications and utilities.

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Contents

Installing Mac OS X
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Copyright

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