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Richard Stones, Neil Matthew, Alan Cox , "Beginning Linux Programming (Programmer to Programmer)"
Wrox | 2000 | English | ISBN: 0764543733 | 1008 pages | PDF | 6.2MB
If you've installed Linux, or have access to a version of UNIX, you've probably got used to the environment and it's configuration, but if you want to start programming, most Linux books leave you on your own. This book takes off where they stop, showing you how to make the most of the tools UNIX offers (which are included as standard with any distribution of Linux) and start programming UNIX for real.
We concentrate on C programming, looking at the GNU tools, and the UNIX C libraries, to teach you step by step how to write, build, and debug serious application code. Throughout the book, we'll develop a fully featured CD Database application, allowing you to see the theory of each new topic applied to a real application. As well as handling basic file operations, input and output and dealing with the way UNIX handles data, we'll introduce such advanced topics as inter-process communication, networking, and using CGI scripting to build a web interface - all the elements of client-server programming. We also introduce the GTK+ and show how to build rich graphical user interfaces for X with GNOME. Finally, there's an introduction to device drivers, to give you a window into the way the Linux kernel itself works.
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