On Fri, Feb 11, 2005 at 09:50:29AM +0000, Frank Murphy wrote:
> What do the admins. here think is a good up2date book on administering
> by command line?.
>> I've Googled but would prefer a reccomendation.
> Preferably Something that doesn't require a degree to read\understand.
years ago there was an o'reilly book called "unix system administration"
or something like that. i think it had a subtitle of "what to do when
your system administrator isn't around." i lived and breathed that book
the first few months i was an admin, and it was a reference for years
afterwards. i lent it out to someone years ago and never got it back.
if there's a recent version of it, i'd recommend it.
kevin lyda on 2/2/04 these democratic senators voted for torture
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