Part I. Getting Around
This part of the book orients you to Mac OS X’s unique way of expressing its Unix personality. You’ll start out with a quick overview of the Terminal application—Mac OS X’s Unix interface—and then go on to learn more about Spotlight and searching, the filesystem, startup processes, and more. You’ll also see how to run Linux on your Mac, as well as how to run Mac OS X on x86 PCs.
Chapters in this part of the book include: