Debugging Linux Systems
Debugging Linux Systems discusses the main tools available today to debug 2.6 Linux Kernels. We start by exploring the seemingly esoteric operations of the Kernel Debugger (KDB), Kernel GNU DeBugger (KGDB), the plain GNU DeBugger (GDB), and JTAG debuggers. We then investigate Kernel Probes, a feature that lets you intrude into a kernel...
Excel Programming Weekend Crash Course Microsoft Excel is a powerful spreadsheet program; in fact, it’s the most widely used
spreadsheet program worldwide, but Excel is a lot more than just a spreadsheet program.
Unknown to many users, Excel is also a sophisticated platform for development
of custom applications. Lurking behind its mild-mannered spreadsheet disguise...
Gamers at Work: Stories Behind the Games People Play
For nearly four decades, video games have captured the imaginations and drawn the ire of people around the world. Actors play them. Rappers promote them. Politicians want to control them. Even baseball legends make them. Video games are a cultural crossroads where business, entertainment, and technology converge.
Component-Based Software Testing with UML
Component-based software development regards software construction in terms of conventional engineering disciplines where the assembly of systems from readily-available prefabricated parts is the norm. Because both component-based systems themselves and the stakeholders in component-based development projects are different from traditional...
Broadband Crash Course THE DECISION-MAKER'S SURVIVAL GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING--AND PROFITTING FROM--BROADBAND!
GET THE ANSWERS TO HELP YOU MAKE ALL NEEDED DECISIONS: FINANCIAL, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, EQUIPMENT, APPLICATIONS, PROTOCOLS
With savvy from both the technical and business sides of telecom, and a knack for writing in "plainspeak", expert...
FreeBSD Device Drivers: A Guide for the Intrepid
Welcome to FreeBSD Device Drivers! The goal of this book is to help you improve your understanding of device drivers under FreeBSD. By the time you finish this book, you should be able to build, configure, and manage your own FreeBSD device drivers.
This book covers FreeBSD version 8, the version recommended for production...
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