Linux Programming Books

C Clearly – Programming With C In Linux and On Raspberry Pi

This guide attempts to introduce the ‘C’ Programming Language to the novice programmer, using Linux as the host environment. This means you can learn C on a Raspberry Pi or you can use a distribution such as Ubuntu linux installed on a PC or use VirtualBox. You should find the examples easy to digest and you should be …

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A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming (4th Edition)

Linux continues to evolve. Today, it’s the world’s dominant Internet server platform. Google runs on Linux. So does Amazon — including its market-leading EC2 cloud-based platform. It’s no wonder more and more system administrators and web developers need to be fluent in Linux. But fluency means knowing how to operate a Linux system from the command line, not …

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Programmers Guide to Linux System

You lose the fine control you once had by using the pipe() system call, and handling the fork/exec yourself. However, since the Bourne shell is used directly, shell metacharacter expansion (including wildcards) is permissible within the ”command” argument.Pipes which are created with popen() must be closed with pclose(). By now, you have probably realized that popen/pclose share a …

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Linux Shell Scripting Bootcamp

Key FeaturesUnderstand expressions and variables and how to use them practicallyFamiliarize yourself with the various text filtering tools available in LinuxA fast-paced and concise guide that gets you well versed with linux shell scripting.Book DescriptionLinux Shell Scripting Bootcamp is all about learning the essentials of script creation, validating parameters, and checking for the existence of files and other …

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Linux Device Driver Development

Key FeaturesLearn to develop customized Linux device driversLearn core concepts of device drivers such as memory management, kernel caching and so on.Practical experience on embedded side of LinuxBook DescriptionLinux kernel is a complex, portable, modular and widely used piece of software, running on around 80% of servers and embedded systems in more than half of the devices throughout …

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Linux: Programming Beginners Guide

Linux: Programming Beginners GuideLinux, it is an operating system that you can download for free and use on your computer. However, you may find yourself thinking that you need to know more about Linux before you fully commit to downloading it and using it on your computer.One of the best things to know is that you do not …

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C Here – Programming In C in Linux and Raspberry Pi

This guide attempts to introduce the ‘C’ Programming Language to the novice programmer, using Linux as the host environment. This means you can learn C on a Raspberry Pi or you can use a distribution such as Ubuntu linux installed on a PC or you can use something such as VirtualBox. This guide starts with the simplest “hello …

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Mastering Assembly Programming

Key FeaturesUnderstand the Assembly programming concepts and the benefits of examining the AL codes generated from high level languagesLearn to incorporate the assembly language routines in your high level language applicationsUnderstand how a CPU works when programming in high level languagesBook DescriptionThe Assembly language is the lowest level human readable programming language on any platform. Knowing the way …

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Mastering Embedded Linux Programming – Second Edition

Key FeaturesBuild and configure Linux for real-time application efficiently.Explore each component technology in depth using this fully updated edition.Set up your projects and minimize project costs by using open source tools and put your Linux system together using multiple toolsBook DescriptionEmbedded Linux is widely used and there’s a need of selection, organization, and presentation of embedded linux.Mastering Embedded …

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