CS 180 - Introduction to Operating Systems

"You get the operating system you deserve" -- Mead

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The Linux Programming Interface: A Linux and UNIX System Programming Handbook. It is one of the highest-rated Linux books listed on Amazon. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to understand more about Linux systems programming. Sample chapters:

References

Wine (To run Windows apps directly on Linux) Miscellaneous

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