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How to init/call/run another process from current process

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Hello Experts,

I am writing a process and want to call another process from this current process in Linux user space. Could anyone please let me know, how to achieve this? ? ? Also please suggest some book which can give me detailed knowledge of multi-tasking/multi-threaded programming, thank you...

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Hi there,

What language are you writing your process in?

Have a look at this reference by the developer of Dansguardian about books that helped him:

http://dansguardian.org/?page=howididit
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thanks for the prompt reply ...

> What language are you writing your process in?
   Language: C

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Have a look at the man pages for:

fork
exec
execve
system
seteuid
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