Great Linux programming book by Richard Stones and Neil Matthew. Covers most things a C programmer needs to know to start coding in a linux environment (Curses, signals, POSIX threads, dbm, development tools, inter-process communication, semaphores, shared memory, BSD Sockets and even a bit of kernel programming are all covered). In my not so humble opinion the sections on HTML and Perl could be ditched to make room for more essential stuff, but its still a good introduction.

2nd edition Wrox Press, 1999

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