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Re: Fedora book

michael, i bought not to long ago a book "the res hat linux bible"
from amazon.com for under $25 i would recommend this book since it
covers fedora and the enterprise edition of red hat. FYI wiley is the

good luck

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 16:50:40 -0400, Mike <mwpowell snappydsl net> wrote:
> On Sun, 2004-06-27 at 16:33, Michael Sullivan wrote:
> > Can anyone recommend to me a Fedora Core or otherwise applicable linux
> > book or book series that would explain from beginner to advanced level
> > how to work with server stuff like sendmail, mailman and such.  I find
> > the documentation to be very confusing and I have a short attention span
> > anyway.  I am disabled, so my network is the only thing I have to offer
> > as an improvement to the world around me, and I'm not even that good at
> > it.
> >
> > -Michael Sullivan-
> >
> I read RedHat Linux 7 put out by SAMS. It was pretty good. I don't know
> if they have a newer version. To help me learn more about Linux in
> general, I got the Linux + book by Sybex, and read that. Then took the
> exam. The Linux + certification was more for having a goal to work
> towards. I tend to accomplish things more efficiently if I have some
> sort of structure or goal in mind.
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- Jake

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