Re: (OT) Beginner's Linux book recommendation
Look at 'Linux administration and beginner's guide' (2nd
Edition), S. Shah, McGraw-Hill is a good starter.
On Mon, 31 Oct 2005, Antony Gelberg wrote:
> John Purser wrote:
> > One thing I've found to be very helpful is to get a distribution
> > specific or at least friendly manual to begin with. Trying to use a
> > RedHat focused manual on Debian was a pain at first. When you're just
> > learning your way around it's important for things to be where they're
> > supposed to be especially configuration files.
> I couldn't agree more. Too many users fail to take advantage of
> infrastructure provided by distros.
> > Another good tip is to join the appropriate mailing list. Lots of
> > friendly penguinistas out there eager to help.
> Not to mention IRC.
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