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Getting started in System programming


If you are very good at C, try Advanced Programming in the Linux
Environment by Richard Stevens. This should get you started in writing
proper *nix programming. As for kernel hacking is concerned, go to
khg.redhat.com and get yourself a copy of the kernel hackers guide. It
hepls in getting you started in the basics of the Linux kernel.

"Linux: the operating system with a CLUE...
Command Line User Environment".
(seen in a posting in comp.software.testing)

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