Media praise for Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell
"This is not a book for reading; it is a reference that provides terse entrie that cover shell syntax, over 300 commands, and concise discussions of the OS X command line, Unix text editors, and the variables for Tiger's default Unix shell, bash. It is not a big book (just under 500 pages) but contains more information than one will find in any other single text. Indeed, I suspect that some of the material won't be found in print anywhere else."
-- , Book News
"...provides an overview of OS X Tiger Version 10.4 and focuses on the Unix layer, covering over 300 of Tiger's Unix commands, reviewing basic system and network features and functions...and flawless performance."
-- , Library Bookwatch