I've currently got "Running Linux" and "Linux in a nutshell". Anyone out there reckon this would be worth picking up as well? I should also mention that I run Linux and am doing the RCHT course in a few weeks. The course will obviously focus on Enterprise edition, we actually run a heavily moded version of 7.3, but I'm just interested in the core admin stuff which will be pretty much common to both.
From: Frank Murphy [mailto:lists2004 at utvinternet.com]
Sent: 21 April 2004 14:36
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] Got My First Linux Book
"Red Hat Linux Bible"
Fedora & Enterprise Edition
After a quick look it contains
a lot of stuff in there,
that should stop me annoying
list members so often.
Included 3 discs of FC1, after me downloading them.
"C'est la vie"
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