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Old   July 13, 1999, 07:50
Default Code optimisation for C on LINUX
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Yogesh Talekar
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Can anybody tell me where to get tips to optimise a code written "C" or "c++" on LINUX red-hat 5.2 version Thank you
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Old   July 13, 1999, 17:28
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if linux is like other versions of unix, read the 'man' page and use the compiler options relevant. you may have to play with them a bit but they'll really help. use the 'time' and 'size' command to check your codes runtime and RAM usage respectively
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Old   July 14, 1999, 04:48
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Where can I down load LINUX red-hat 5.2 version ? Thanks
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Old   July 14, 1999, 05:40
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You can download at some of the Linux ftp servers like linux.org or you can just pay for some CD (About 2.5 $) Also there are some BOOKS on LINUX where the CD is geven absolutely FREE!

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Old   July 15, 1999, 01:41
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Nuray Kayakol
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Thanks for your kindness. There are many books. Which one could you recommend for beginners ?
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Old   July 16, 1999, 06:31
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Dear,

A book entitled "LINUX UNLEASHED" will be the most useful book. You can even buy "UNIX UNLEASHED" book if the Linux CD is given free!

There is no harm in buying Unix book as there is not much difference in the two!

I am not a expert in this area nor even i have done any cource in computers. But i can tell you that if you get a CD with Linux 5.2 or higher you can install linux on your own by following the instuctins that appaear on the screen. Otherwise there are many *astard people in software to fool you for nothing!

So good luck

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YOGESH
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