Linux Signals for the Application Programmer

Signals are a fundamental method for interprocess communication ad are used in everything from network servers to media players. Here's how you can use them in your applications.
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What if I want to define my signal

Noman Shaukat's picture

I want to define a signal 'SIGCUST 90'

but when i send this signal using kill it say unspecified signal ......

help required ......

Very good introduction

Raphael's picture

Thanks for the article. This is the shortest (but best) explanation of signals programming I've found.

email address change.

Dr. B. Thangaraju's picture

Hi,
My email address is changed from "balasubramanian.thangaraju@wipro.com" to "balat.raju@wipro.com".

with best regards,
Thangaraju

This change was good idea :)

Anonymous's picture

This change was good idea :)

Re: Linux Signals for the Application Programmer

Anonymous's picture

Dear Author, The article is very interesting and gives a very simple way to understand the tough concept. I am very pleased to see your Physics background with the rich knowledge in Computer Science. Can simply recall the line that Physics is the mother of all Science.

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