Book Review

Book: iPhone Hacks

by on April 7, 2009 · 1 comment

iPhone Hacks

The iPhone is an internet-connected multimedia smartphone. Chances are if you own an iPhone (or iPod) , you long to discover its hackability. And a new book from O’Reilly iPhone Hacks can help you do just that. This book covers over 100 tips & tools for unlocking the power of your iPhone / iPod touch. With this book you can pushing the iPhone and iPod touch beyond their limits.

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In a few short years, the Linux operating system has gone from a hobbyist’s power tool to a highly usable, mainstream choice. The most popular version of Linux these days is called Ubuntu. Ubuntu’s rise to power has been rapid, historic and well-deserved. It’s the best Linux distribution ever, still most people only use a fraction of its power.

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The convenience and reliability that monitoring programs offer system administrators is astounding. Whether at home, commuting, or on vacation, admins can continuously monitor their networks, learning of issues long before they become catastrophes.

Nagios, the most popular open source solution for system and network monitoring, is extremely robust, but it’s also intensely complex.

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Mac OS X is the successor to the original Mac OS, which had been Apple’s primary operating system since 1984. Unlike its predecessors, Mac OS X is a Unix-based operating system built on technology that had been developed at NeXT through the second half of the 1980s until Apple purchased the company in early 1996.

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Debugging, the demanding process of finding and fixing programming errors, is fundamental to successful software development. But even many experienced programmers find debugging a challenge.

The Art of Debugging with GDB, DDD, and Eclipse from No Starch Press teaches readers how to effectively use the three most popular open source debugging tools: GDB, DDD, and Eclipse.

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The guides are designed to give instructions and recommendations for securing Mac OS X and for maintaining a ultra secure computer system.

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Linux networking cookbook is a book for a seasoned Linux network administrator. The book attempts to describe day-to-day networking administration, maintenance and advanced issues commonly faced by us. Book covers wild verity of topics or so called recipes for Linux networking such as: => Building Custom Gateways using Soekris 4521 embedded board => Linux Firewall […]

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