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comment What is the best book to learn Linux system programming?
While it is not specific to Linux most topics it covers apply to Linux. Some things are different on each flavor of Unix, including Linux. The book is perfect if you want to get into system programming for any type of Unix. The most important thing to learn is the underlying philosophy which is common to all flavors. For some topics you might want to get an additional, flavor-specific book. There is also this thing called Internet I keep hearing about, which might help you with the specific things... ;-)
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comment Several versions of JAVA on one PC
BTW: It's spelled "Java". That is a name, not an abbreviation...
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comment How to overwrite target files with mv?
I already did it with cp/rm (it was urgent). It really took a long time. Gilles script would probably have been a lot quicker, but he was too late too.
Mar
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comment How to overwrite target files with mv?
Well, that's what I didn't want to do, because it will take a long time... Thanks anyway.
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comment How to overwrite target files with mv?
Ofcourse.......
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