Interesting that amazon puts these books together.
Ciaran Johnston wrote:
> Hi folks,
> A friend of mine has enquired about suitable books for ridding himself of
> the MS shackles, and has suggested these as ones he is interested in:
>> The Linux Cookbook: Tips and Techniques for Everyday Use - Michael Stutz
Hmm, looking an older version online:
I'd have to say "Unix Power Tools" would be better.
> Debian GNU/Linux Bible - Steve Hunger
Doesn't look great. I'd go for something more general
like "Linux in a Nutshell".
Specifics of distros change and are best documented online.
Searching for "Debian" on http://tldp.org/ gives lots of info for e.g.
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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