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A flag sent to a process indicating a certain event has occured.


Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Capabilities
Basic Administration -> Terminals -> Terminal Settings
Basic Administration -> System Logging -> Managing System Logs
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Processes -> The Life Cycle of Processes
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Interrupts Exceptions and Traps
The Operating System -> The Kernel -> Linux Data Structures -> Linux Data Structures
The Computer Itself -> The Expansion Bus -> Industry Standard Architecture ISA
The Computer Itself -> The Expansion Bus -> The Small Computer Systems Interface SCSI
The Computer Itself -> Memory -> RAM
The Computer Itself -> CD-ROMS -> CD-ROMS
The Computer Itself -> Serial Ports -> Serial Ports
The Computer Itself -> Parallel Ports -> Parallel Ports
The Computer Itself -> Video Cards and Monitors -> Video Cards and Monitors
The Computer Itself -> Mice -> Mice
The Computer Itself -> HW Diagnostics -> HW Diagnostics
Networking -> TCP-IP -> The Domain Name System -> Configuring the Domain Name System DNS
Networking -> Network Technologies -> ISDN
Networking -> Network Technologies -> Network Hardware
System Monitoring -> What the System Is Doing Now -> Processes

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