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Re: [OT] Best of UNIX/Linux Books that you can't stop reading

Deboo ^ wrote:
Can eveyone list the best of UNIX/Linux books. In other words the
books that doesn't let you leave it.

My choices are:
1. Unix Power Tools (I think there's no second to this one and this is
the King of all       Unix/Linux books)

2. The Linux Cookbook: Tips and Techniques for Everyday Use by Michael Stutz

Please add to the list.


To better understand kernel related features (and also an old classic):

  The Design of the Unix Operating System

	Maurice J. Bach, Prentice-Hall 1986

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