The make command in Linux is one of the most frequently used commands by the system administrators and the programmers. While it helps administrators in compiling and installing many open source utilities through the command line, programmers use it to manage the compilation of their large and complicated projects. In this article, we will discuss the internal working of the make command along with some practical examples.
In the part-1 of this series on Linux signals, we discussed the fundamentals of signals in Linux. In this article, we will discuss the practical aspects of signal handling in Linux through the signal() function. All the explanations will be accompanied by practical examples.