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Re: Books for Debian.

On (29/01/04 10:28), Wendell Cochran wrote:
> Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 20:29:06 -0500
> From: "Randy W. Sims" <RandyS@ThePierianSpring.org>
> [snip]
> > . . . I've never seen "Linux Administration Handbook" 
> recommended . . . .
> Well, the book _is_ big, pricey, & intimidating.  
> But in Nemeth `big' means a _lot_ of useful information.  You don't
> have to pay full retail price (try Bookpool.com).  And you needn't
> be intimidated, for the text is smooth & readable.
> Actually I don't own a copy, but rely on the third edition of the
> UNIX version.  However, bookstore sampling supports what I say
> above.
It is probably the book I refer to most and from which I've learnt the 

A useful reference guide for Linux commands is Linux Desk
Reference by Scott Hawkins - particularly those commands you have used
but can't quite remember the syntax ;)



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