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Re: Any suggestion for good linux books?



On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 03:38, Clint Harshaw wrote:
> ashwin kesavan iyengar wrote:
> > Hi,
> >      I have been with linux ( initially with redhat 9, now with
> > Fedora-core 2). I hav fair amount of computer background.(Since my
> > Bachelor degree was in Computer Science engineering). Can somebody
> > suggest good linux books for me. I have tried some but of no success.
> > Either they r too basic or too complex. I now the general concept of
> > OS, Networks, etc. I hav not formally had any leasons in unix or
> > linux. Little knowledge that i gained was through HOWTOs, info. Now i
> > wish to become an EXPERT in linux. I am not inclined to do
> > courses(certifications), want to do my own study. Your suggestions
> > would b great.
> > 
> > Thank you,
> > 
> > with regards,
> > ashwin
> 
> Running Linux, which is in its 4th edition, published by O'Reilly.
> 
> http://www.penguinsolutions.org/books/bookdetail.php?book_id=99
> 
4th? My copy is only the 2nd, good book.  For a big thick one, Osborne
put out Linux the Complete Reference.  It has good examples of setups,
but it's not something to "read", more as a problem solver.

Tim...


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