Solaris Systems Programming
&Quot;In the tradition of W. Richard Stevens' Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment, this book offers comprehensive, practical guidance for systems programmers. It covers all versions of the Solaris OS, from 2.5 through 9 and is relevant to both SPARC and x86 platforms. From I/O to IPC, pseudo terminals to localization, and processes to doors, Rich Teer illuminates the unique features and subtleties of this environment as never before."--BOOK JACKET.
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