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The Linux® Programming Bible is the definitive reference for beginning and veteran Linux programmers. Written by John Goerzen, a developer for the Debian GNU/Linux Distribution, this comprehensive guide leads you step by step from simple shell programs to sophisticated CGI applications.

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Overview

The Linux® Programming Bible is the definitive reference for beginning and veteran Linux programmers. Written by John Goerzen, a developer for the Debian GNU/Linux Distribution, this comprehensive guide leads you step by step from simple shell programs to sophisticated CGI applications.

You'll find complete coverage of Linux programming, including:

  • Techniques for C/C++, Perl, CGI, and shell programming
  • Basic tools, such as bash, regular expression, sed, grep, Emacs, and more
  • Communication using semaphores, pipelines, FIFOs, and TCP/IP
  • Practical tips on CVS collaboration security, and performance optimization
  • Linux C tools, including compilers, libraries, and debuggers
Filled with savvy programming advice and clear code examples, the Linux Programming Bible is all you need to take your Linux programming skills to the next level.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764546570
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/22/2000
  • Series: Bible Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.98 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introducing the Linux Programming Environment.

Chapter 2: Introducing Shell Programming.

Chapter 3: Working with Regular Expressions.

Chapter 4: Introducing Emacs.

Chapter 5: Understanding Linux Data Files and Scripts.

Chapter 6: Welcome to gcc.

Chapter 7: Managing Projects with GNU Make.

Chapter 8: Memory Management.

Chapter 9: Libraries and Linking.

Chapter 10: Debugging with gdb.

Chapter 11: Files, Directories, and Devices.

Chapter 12: Processes in Linux.

Chapter 13: Understanding Signals.

Chapter 14: Introducing the Linux I/O System.

Chapter 15: Looking at Terminals.

Chapter 16: Shared Memory and Semaphores.

Chapter 17: Using Pipes and FIFOs.

Chapter 18: Internet Sockets.

Chapter 19: Advanced TCP/IP Sockets.

Chapter 20: Introducing Perl.

Chapter 21: Manipulating Data with Perl.

Chapter 22: CGI Programming.

Chapter 23: SQL Databases with DBI.

Chapter 24: GUIs with Perl/Tk.

Chapter 25: Building GUIs with Gnome.

Chapter 26: Archiving and Collaboration with CVS.

Chapter 27: Understanding Security and Code.

Chapter 28: Optimizing Performance.

Glossary.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2003

    Teaches everything

    This is the single greatest programming book for linux. It won't make you an expert in anything, but you will learn how to do the basics of everything. This is a must have for anyone who wants to program in linux.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2003

    VERY Structured and easy to follow

    This book is worth it for anyone interested in programming in Linux. It starts out with some simple programs in bash, leading at the end of the book into GUI development.

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