Linux, Programmer's ReferenceeBook - 2000
A alphabetic guide to Linux commands, syntax, descriptions, and examples covers the BASH, TCSH, and Z shell Linux programming shells
McGraw Hill Global
All the essential information you need--at your fingertips!
Learn all the core features of Linux, including the BASH, TCSH, and Z shells, using this hands-on resource. Paced with precise syntax, Linux Programmer's Reference, Second Edition covers the latest Linux kernel, 2.2, and captures all the nuances of the various shells. You'll get programming examples for each command and expert advice on how, when, and why to use each command, helping you choose the one that best suits your particular task. With this accessible guide on hand, you'll be able to implement quick solutions to all of your programming challenges--in no time.
Use it and you will:
- Learn all about the elements of Linux and exactly how and when to use them
- Master the features of Linux kernel 2.2
- Find essential Linux keywords, commands, and functions quickly
- Learn to develop Gnome and KDE applications