just to add, i've found that hoggis figgis
on dawson st. seem to have one of the better computer
books sections about.
bought the unix bible there a while ago which
came with slackware 7.1 (not an effortless install!).
as usual, no affiliations w/ bookstore etc.
--- Michael Conry <michael.conry at ucd.ie> wrote:
> May be of interest to some of you (new folk in
> particular) to know that
> Chapters on Abbey St. have had a new delivery of
> computer books. They have a
> stack each of Debian 2.1 Unleashed, and Slackware 7
> Unleashed. The books are
> priced at 14.99, with CD, which is not bad (saw
> these this afternoon).
> A little dated, I suppose, but the book will still
> be useful even when you
>> Otherwise, selection is pretty mixed, nothing else
> there that grabbed my
>> Also, i do not work for chapters, this is not
> supposed to be spam (really,
> I mean it, not like when spammers say it is not
> spam, 'cause i am not a
> spammer, honestly officer...)
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