FreeBSD System Programming by Nathan Boeger, Mana Tominaga

FreeBSD System Programming

This book is intended as a resource to system programming on BSDs. The reader should be familiar with basic programming in C or C++. The reader does not need to have system administration knowledge. Although this book focuses on FreeBSD, many of the concepts discussed will apply to other BSDs.

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