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Linux Appliance Design by Bob Smith, et al.

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Linux Appliance Design
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Publisher: No Starch Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1593271409
Number of pages: 388

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The book shows how to use librta to build a Linux appliance. Topics include appliance architecture, security, and how to build simple, yet responsive user interfaces. The book shows how to build five different user interfaces including a web interface, a command line interface, a front panel interface, an SNMP agent, and a framebuffer interface with an IR remote control.

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