Re: [OT] Good book about GNU/Linux structure
I haven't read their book, but I mean to someday...
There is no learning experience like doing...
Nobrin ;-\ wrote:
I would like to read an in depth book about GNU/Linux structure. I
mean, about how the parts works together in the big picture.
I wouldn't like a book about vi, emacs, bash, awk, iptables rules and
so on, because it would just give some hints about these topics (about
them entire books have been written).
After the reading, I would like to be able to say what will work and
what won't removing particular pieces from GNU/Linux (and so, to
understand reasons behind problems).
Michael Z Daryabeygi
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