Introduction to 64 Bit Intel Assembly Language Programming for Linux
The Intel CPU architecture has evolved over 3 decades from a 1 6 bit
CPU with no memory protection, through a period with 32 bit processors
with sophisticated architectures into the current series of processors which
support all the old modes of operation in addition to a greatly expanded
64 bit mode of operation. Assembly... Debugging With GDB: The Gnu Source-Level Debugger The GNU Debugger allows you to see what is going on "inside" a program while it executes - or what a program was doing at the moment it crashed.
GDB supports C, C++, Java, Fortran and Assembly among other languages; it is also designed to work closely with the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC).
The GNU Debugger Program has four...
Mac OS X for Unix Geeks (Leopard)
Once upon a time, Unix came with only a few standard utilities. If you were lucky, it included a C compiler. When setting up a new Unix system, you’d have to crawl the Net looking for important software: Perl, gcc, bison, flex, less, Emacs, and other utilities and languages. That was a lot of software to download through a 28.8-Kbps...
Mac OS X Panther for Unix Geeks With its rep for being the sort of machine that won't intimidate even the most inexperienced users, what's the appeal of the Mac® for hard-core geeks? The Mac has always been an efficient tool, pleasant to use and customize, and eminently hackable. But now with Mac OS® X's BSD core, many a Unix® developer has found it irresistible. The... Tcl and Tk Programming for the Absolute Beginner Tcl/Tk is enjoying a resurgence of popularity and interest in the computing community due to the fact that it is relatively easy to learn, powerful, fast, permits rapid development, and runs on all computing platforms. Until now, there has not been a guide book available that teaches Tcl/Tk to those with little or no programming experience....
Linux System Programming: Talking Directly to the Kernel and C Library This book is about writing software that makes the most effective use of the system you're running on -- code that interfaces directly with the kernel and core system libraries, including the shell, text editor, compiler, debugger, core utilities, and system daemons. The majority of both Unix and Linux code is still written at the system level, and... The Definitive Guide to ARM® Cortex®-M3 and Cortex®-M4 Processors, Third Edition
This new edition has been fully revised and updated to include extensive information on the ARM Cortex-M4 processor, providing a complete up-to-date guide to both Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4 processors, and which enables migration from various processor architectures to the exciting world of the Cortex-M3 and M4.
This book presents the...
Interprocess Communications in Linux®: The Nooks & Crannies
The topic of interprocess communication techniques is broad, challenging and dynamic. All but the most basic operating systems provide methods for processes communication. Early on, UNIX supported a number of rudimentary process communication constructs (such as lock files, signals and pipes). In the early 1980s, facilities such...
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