Solaris Systems Programming

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Addison-Wesley, 2005 - Computers - 1211 pages
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This book is one that any Solaris systems programmer will want on their shelf.

Sun Microsystems' Solaris Operating Environment boasts a significant installed

base, but the intricacies of programming in this UNIX environment have been

previously unaddressed in book format. In this thorough new book, the author

provides context that allows the reader to better understand the subtleties of

the Solaris Operating Environment. He explains not only the "how's" but also

the "why's" of Solaris programming, complete with a brief history of the

operating system. The result is a comprehensive text that Solaris practitioners

will refer to time and again as they face and overcome the significant challenges

of their everyday work.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Utility Functions
59
Basic File IO
123
Copyright

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About the Author

RICH TEER is a UNIX consultant based in Kelowna, BC, Canada. A long-time respected member of the UNIX community, Rich is an acknowledged Solaris system administration and programming expert, holding SCSA, SCNA, and SCSA certifications. He has fourteen years' C programming experience, and more than nine years' experience working with Sun systems, including two years as a technical support consultant for Sun Microsystems, Inc. He was a technical reviewer for W. Richard Stevens' highly acclaimed UNIX Network Programming, 2nd Edition.


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