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Re: Linux programming book

Quoting Cantoni, Mike (mike.cantoni@trane.com):
> I am looking for a book on Linux Programming.  Does anyone have a preference
> between Linux Application Development or Beginning Linux Programming or
> something else.

The Wrox book with this title is very good.

But it depends on the level you want. The books by Richard Stevens are
very good (any book by Richard Stevens is good). E.g. Advanced
programming in the UNIX environment (APUE), Unix network programming,
volume 1: networking APIs: sockets and XTI. With these two, you know
what all the system calls (in any language) are doing.


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