[CALUG] Kernel commands

Jim Sansing jjsansing at comcast.net
Tue Oct 25 19:33:45 CDT 2005

I have found "Beginning Linux Programming" by Richard Stones and Neil
to be helpful.  Even though it has 'Beginning' in the title, it goes
into pretty much
detail.  I was able to get a handle on semaphores using it, where web
searches and
man pages just left me scratching my head.  I have the 2nd edition from
1999, and
it has a chapter on threads.  I expect that a more recent edition would
be even better.

Later . . .   Jim

ps. I haven't heard back from Novell on the LUG assistance.  If I don't
get something
this week, I'll try again.

Russ wrote:
>I am in an OS class at UMUC.  I am working  on a project using threads and
>context switching of threads during processes.  Can anyone direct me to a
>good source for learning Linux kernel commands?  Man pages I presume, but
>does anyone know of a good a website decribing their use.  I am currently
>working on a project that runs on UNIX/Sloaris.  I would like to try and
>get it to work on Liinux.
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