For Linux courses covering programming where students have had exposure to C programming. Linux Programming By Example covers the basics to allow students to start programming working applications in a Linux environment. It assumes students have some knowledge of C, but no experience in Linux. It covers many topics, including using GNU development tools, system programming, file handling, debugging, memory management, network programming, and application programming interfaces. It also teaches students how to use Linux to its fullest potential as an operating system.Biografía del autor:
Kurt Wall has been using UNIX since 1993 and has been hooked on Linux for nearly as long. He currently maintains the Informix on Linux FAQ and is President of the International Informix Users Group's Linux Special Interest Group. He is Vice President of the Salt Lake Linux Users Group, where he recently gave a presentation on Linux and databases. Formerly employed with US West, Kurt now writes and edits full time. He recently completed his first book, Linux Programming Unleashed.
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