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Linux socket programming by example ARM architecture reference manual Assembly language for x86 processors X Window programming from scratch TCP/IP illustrated Pro C? 2005 and the .NET 2.0 platform Hacking exposed: network security secrets & solutions Deadline scheduling for real-time systems: EDF and related algorithms Fundamentals of X programming: graphical user interfaces and beyond Practical file system design with the BE file system Hacking exposed: network security secrets & solutions A programmer's introduction to C? 2.0 Linux bible: boot up to Ubuntu, Fedora, KNOPPIX, Debian, SUSE, and 11 other distributions Linux file systems Live Linux CDs: building and customizing bootables Digital video and HDTV: algorithms and interfaces

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