[ILUG] System programming POSIX
bbrelin at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 12:30:14 GMT 2008
The best starting points for this are the books by W. Richard Stevens
(Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment, and
his network programming series).
The kernel is a difficult and confusing place, and I wouldn't suggest going
there until you have a decent
background in the UNIX system calls and library calls.
You can also look at the man pages in sections 2 and 3 of the UNIX manual.
On 1/9/08, james at mccarthyism.net <james at mccarthyism.net> wrote:
> Hi lad's, I'm starting to learn some C Linux system programming (POSIX
> Anyone recommend a good starting resource for this?
> Is the kernel source a good place to start (for looking at this kind of
> code), should I use 2.6 or one of the older (& smaller) kernels like 1.0?
> Regards, James McCarthy.
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