Preventing memory leaks, sockets and threads on Unix - best resources

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    Preventing memory leaks, sockets and threads on Unix - best resources

    I'm looking for some good resources ( tutorial or a chapters from books ) to learn about preventing memory leaks, sockets and threads on Unix.

    So far i've read Prata's C++ Primer, which is a great book, but to general.
    And a few chapters from "Practical C++ Programming 2003".

    All i've read about threads and sockets was from Wrox.Beginning.Linux.Programming.4th.Edition.Nov.2 007, but i didn't like it at all.

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    Wrox.Beginning.Linux.Programming.4th.Edition.Nov.2 007
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    Way to advertise your use of "free programming books"...

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    Using smart pointers and applying the RAII principle goes a long way. Boost.ScopeExit helps a lot, as well.
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