Linux Systems Programming
by Jonathan Macey
Publisher: Bournemouth Media School 2005
Number of pages: 124
Contents: Command Line Arguments; Environment Variables; The Standard I/O Library; Executing Processes as a Stream; Showing system Processes; Creating processes in a program (fork); Processes and Threads; Introduction to Inter-process Communication; Semaphores; Shared Memory; Introduction to Unix Socket Programming; etc.
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