[Techtalk] simple reference book on Linux
Lemanski, Lahoma J.
LJLemanski at mail.ifas.ufl.edu
Thu Jan 31 11:12:38 EST 2002
There are several Good O'Reiley books on linux that are very useful for
becoming aquainted with Linux. One you might look into is "Running Linux",
it is good for installing, configuring networking and learning the basics
(commands, basic shell use and scripting) It is a very helpful text. Once
you finish with that you could get O'Reiley's "Linux in a Nutshell".
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From: Telsa Gwynne [mailto:hobbit at aloss.ukuu.org.uk]
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 5:59 AM
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Subject: Re: [Techtalk] simple reference book on Linux
On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 08:42:41PM -0600 or thereabouts, Glenda R. Snodgrass
> Can anyone recommend a simple reference book on Linux? My partner says
> there used to be an Oreilly pocket reference book, he thinks, but I can't
> seem to find it. We have a client experimenting with Linux on the desktop
> at home, but he has no background in *nix at all, and he could really use
> a basic reference book on commands like ls | > cat and stuff like that.
> Any recommendations?
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