Linux Programming for Dummies (Paperback)
|Author: James Edward Keogh|
|C++, Lisp, Peri, Modula-2, Simula, FORTRAN, Algol, and Basic. As well, he has done time as a system administrator for Solaris, HP-UX, Linux, and Windows NT systems. For the past four years, he has used Linux to teach the UNIX System Administration, course at Boston University's Computer Career Programs. He works full-time developing device drivers for video-conferencing products at PictureTel Corporation, where he is one of the company's resident Linux fanatics.|
He created and maintains the Cryptography subject area of the World Wide Web Virtual Library (at http: //world.std.com/-franl/crypto.html). In 1993, he operated one of the first one thousand Web sites in the world. He can be found answering questions for Linux users in the #linuxhelp chat room on the OpenProjects IRC network.
From the Publisher:
Linux® Programming For Dummies® is the fast and easy way to get up-to speed on designing, developing, and debugging programs on the Linux platform.|
|For a sample from the book go to: www.dummies.com/extras/linuxprog.htmlDemonstrates Linux programming basics, covering input/output, primitives, terminal mangement, process mangement, system calls, shell programming, and software tools for creating, managing, and debugging the Linux system.