DB2 SQL Procedural Language for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

This certification guide offers a complete, start-to-finish coverage of DB2 Universal Database Version 8 administration. With Version 8 key topics such as Performance Enhancements, Manageability Enhan

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Building and Customizing Bootables

Provides information on creating live Linux CDs for gaming, security, presentations, multimedia, firewalls, and clustering.

Linux and the Unix Philosophy

Exploring the "way of thinking that is Unix" this guide explains why Linux is a superior implementation of this highly capable operating system. Every chapter in the book has been updated for the fast

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The Linux Programmer's Toolbox

Master the Linux Tools That Will Make You a More Productive, Effective Programmer The Linux Programmer's Toolbox helps you tap into the vast collection of open source tools available for GNU/Linux. Au

Guide to Linux Installation and Administration

'Guide to Linux Installation and Administration' is a hands-on, practical guide that can be used to master Linux installation and administration. The book begins by discussing the history and culture

Fedora 13 Security-Enhanced Linux User Guide

The Fedora 13 SELinux user guide is for people with minimal or no experience with SELinux. ... This guide provides an introduction to fundamental concepts and practical applications of SELinux. After

A Practical Guide to Red Hat Linux 8

A guide to Linux covers such topics as logging in, compressing files, using the command line, scripting, and security.

Learn Raspberry Pi with Linux

Raspberry Pi is awesome, and it's Linux. And it's awesome because it's Linux. But if you've never used Linux or worked at the Linux command line before, it can be a bit daunting. Learn Raspberry Pi wi

Installing Linux for z Systems on zPDT: A Short Cookbook

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes the basic installation processes of Linux for z SystemsTM on an IBM zPDT® base. It is intended for readers who are not familiar with IBM z Systems or with the

Interprocess Communications in Linux

Interprocess Communications in Linux explains exactly how to use Linux processes and interprocess communications to build robust, high-performance systems. Coverage includes: named/unnamed pipes, mess

Linux in a Nutshell

Everything you need to know about Linux is in this book. Written by Stephen Figgins, Ellen Siever, Robert Love, and Arnold Robbins -- people with years of active participation in the Linux community -