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Re: Best Book for Linux/Unix



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On Sat, Mar 28, 1998 at 10:13:42PM -0600, Mike Acklin wrote:
> 	What is the best book to learn Linux/Unix as for overall basics. I
> am not into programing yet, but would like to learn as much as I can about
> running a system. Like how to set my system for every day use. Editing the
> .bash_profile to make it usable. How to set up at and crontab. Directory
> sturctures, etc, and I know the list could go on.

Take a look at the _Debian_Linux_User's_Guide_ at

    http://www.linuxpress.com/

It is written by Dale Scheetz, a Debian developers.  :-)  The book looks
really interesting.  Besides, you could also view the on-line version for
free.  :-)

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