Good Websites/Tutorials on Linux Programming?

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    Question Good Websites/Tutorials on Linux Programming?

    Anyone know any good websites/tutorials on Linux Programming?

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    try getting some books. like the posix ones and the advanced linux programming one(you can get that one on kazaa).

    books make it easier to learn and the internet has great references.



    im sure this is in a couple of places on this site.....

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    Why not get it from its proper home?
    lol! i cant believe i never found that, i thought i found a rare bootleg copy.....

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    slackware 10.0; kernel 2.6.7
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    www.developerweb.net/forum/
    no posts in c!!! just one from a mod. im surprised theres not more decent c boards.

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    Try the MAN pages... I found out more about Linux programming there than from any of the books I have read.

    Online Version of an Incomplete Man Refrence

    For a function's definition use 3 following the command (3 I believe is the page or refrence number or something, all I know is that it leads to whatever info on C it has)
    Ex:
    Code:
    [user@compname ./]$ man 3 rand
    will print the MAN page refrence for the rand() function
    while
    man rand
    will just print the command's man page. Try it out for yourself.

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    ...

    ? Just a second ago I thought you said six... Must've been hallucinating.

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