Written in an informal, informative style, this authoritative guide goes way beyond the standard reference manual. It discusses each of the POSIX.4 facilities and what they mean, why and when you would use each of these facilities, and trouble spots you might run into. c.File systems are hard. ... For instance, disk drives generally deal with bad sectors by pointing to a designated alternate sector. ... Always check your drive cables, use high-quality cables, and dona#39;t use cables that are too long. Cables matter.
|Title||:||POSIX.4 Programmers Guide|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 1995|