Re: Recommendation for best Linux book
I got a lot out of "Running Linux", but I find that the most useful
Linux book to me now that I've progressed from newbie to post-newbie, is
"Linux in a Nutshell". I have a hideous memory for command syntax,
especially if I don't use the particular command very much, so "Linux in
a Nutshell" is never far from my desk.
Steve Gore wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 26, 1999 at 01:38:03PM -0700, Cliff Draper wrote:
> > I'm looking for a good intro/intermediate Linux book for a friend.
> > Any recommendations? Is the O'Reilly book any good?
> > thanks,
> > -Cliff
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> I've used "Running Linux" and "A Practical Guide to Linux". I think "Guide" is better. It's by Mark G. Sobell>
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