Architechure & liberary

Posted on 2000-03-04
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
  I need architechure details of UNIX 5.0 and about important liberaries it is using.

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Í don't know what you already know but reading man-pages on unix systems often also refer to libraries used.
Else books are cheap, try look at :


Can be useful, but i'd like to know if you are looking for a particular distribution?

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