Errata for Working with Unix Processes
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#49434: Pages are formatted in landscape instead of portrait and have to be fiddled with for printing. Also, if you click on a Table of Contents element, then that page is displayed flush right on the margins which means that the text on the left side of the page is no longer visible and you have to scroll left or minimize the TOC to read it.--Jon Seidel
#49434: Pages are formatted in landscape instead of portrait and have to be fiddled with for printing. Also, if you click on a Table of Contents eleme...more...Jesse Storimer says: Hi Jon, Thanks for reporting this. I'm not sure what you mean by 'that page is displayed flush right on the margins'. Can you send a screenshot? Jesse
#50834: "There are many different ways to do IPC but I'm going to cover two commonly useful method:"
"Method" needs to be plural.--Michael Trojanek