Category Archives: Linux

Linux-For-Dummies 8th edition

Linux-For-Dummies 8th edition, Dee-Ann LeBlanc, Richard Blum Book is entitled “For Dummies”, but this free book really is not for Linux dummies, better to say professionals. New in Linux, check out some other free easier Linux book downloads here. Not … Continue reading

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Linux System Administrator’s Guide

Linux System Administrator’s Guide, Lars Wirzenius, Joanna Oja, Stephen Stafford, Alex WeeksOnline Linux book covers file system, disk uses, memory management, system monitoring, managing users and task automation. Linux book leaves out parts of the system administration, like security and … Continue reading

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The Linux Cookbook, Great book by Michael Stutz

The Linux Cookbook, Great book by Michael Stutz Free book uses open source resource resources to write the book. The book contains some out dated FAQs, inconsistent how to’s. He has put everything in such a way that, user can … Continue reading

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Java Application Development On Linux

Java Application Development On Linux Java programming, in 1999 – 2000 in a Red Hat Linux box, supposed one was mad. No help available on the Internet; but the days are gone; Lots of good books available on the Internet … Continue reading

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The Big Online Book of Linux Ada Programming

The Big Online Book of Linux Ada Programming, Ken O. Burtch Free Linux book reviews the code Ada 95 language along with the Ada bindings with other packages like – Motif, TCL and GTK+. Book download covers, the Predefined language … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference

Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference Looking to delve further into the world of Ubuntu Linux? MacFreda’s pocket guide and reference provides a bevy of useful tools and tips to help you better understand the world’s most popular desktop Linux distribution. … Continue reading

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Producing Open Source Software

Producing Open Source Software – Programmers are a resilient bunch. When it comes to administering a successful open-source project, any and all help is desirable. That’s why Producing Open Source Software gives enterprising programmers the tools and methods necessary to … Continue reading

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The Linux Starter Pack

The Linux Starter Pack – Tired of Windows or OS X? Looking for a change? Interested in the worldwide phenomenon of open-source, free software? Look no further than the Linux Starter Pack download to set you on your way to … Continue reading

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Linux Device Drivers, 2nd Edition

Linux Device Drivers, 2nd Edition – As the popularity of the Linux system continues to grow, the interest in writing Linux device drivers steadily increases. Most of Linux is independent of the hardware it runs on, and most users can … Continue reading

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The Linux Development Platform

The Linux Development Platform – The Linux Development Platform shows how to choose the best open source and GNU development tools for your specific needs, and integrate them into a complete development environment that maximizes your effectiveness in any project. … Continue reading

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The Art of Unix Programming

The Art of Unix Programming – There is a vast difference between knowledge and expertise. Knowledge lets you deduce the right thing to do; expertise makes the right thing a reflex, hardly requiring conscious thought at all. This book has … Continue reading

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Secure Programming for Linux and Unix

Secure Programming for Linux and Unix – This book provides a set of design and implementation guidelines for writing secure programs for Linux and Unix systems. Such programs include application programs used as viewers of remote data, web applications (including … Continue reading

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Advanced Linux Programming

Advanced Linux Programming – If you are a developer for the GNU/Linux system, this book will help you to develop GNU/Linux software that works the way users expect it to, write more sophisticated programs with features such as multiprocessing, multi-threading, … Continue reading

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GNU Autoconf, Automake and Libtool

GNU Autoconf, Automake and Libtool – free book on popular GNU tools Examples from the Book A theme running through the book is the continued development of the `Sic’ project, which is introduced early on and used to show a … Continue reading

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Writing GNOME Applications

Writing GNOME Applications John R Sheets Table of Contents Preface Preface Prerequisites Conventions Resources Acknowledgments 2. The GTK+/GNOME System GLib Simple Data Types Namespaces Logging Containers Other Toys GDK The GTK+ Connection The Thin Wrapper GDK Events Drawing Primitives Reference … Continue reading

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