A really simple book on C programming is
"Schaum Outline Series: Programming in C"
Although not specifically about Linux it is easy to follow and cheap at 20.
Padraig Brady <padraig at antefacto.com> wrote:
< nils Olofsson wrote:
< > hi,
< > will be up in the 'big smoke' on saturday,and i wanted to buy a good c
< > linux programming book in the book store near trinity(cannot remember
< > the name)any way i looked on amazon.com and found Begining Linux
< > Programming, I just want a good book to start off with ....
< > any Ideas
< > Nils
< You probably mean waterstones or Hodges Figis.
< Have a browse around:
< Here are my recommendations:
< A Book on C 4ed (Addison Wesley)
< Professional Linux programming (Wrox)
< Linux Application Development (Addison Wesley)
< Advanced programming in the UNIX environment (Addison Wesley)
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