LinuxNewbie.org: "Linux Programming White Papers" ReviewedFeb 29, 2000, 17:52 (1 Talkback[s])
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"I've been programming for quite a few years, but only a couple in Linux specifically, so my first impressions of this book, with its formidable size, and the words "Authoritative Technical Documentation" stamped on the cover, was a good one. I was sure that this book would cut to the straight to the chase as far as programming in Linux was concerned, no holds barred if you like. I certainly wasn't wrong."
"The "Linux Programming White Papers" from Coriolis are five out of eight books hosted by the LDP (Linux Documentation Project), and therefore are the produce of a collaborative writing effort. This certainly shows in this book, as there are few noticeable gaps in the factual content."
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