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Old 04-26-2002, 09:56 PM   #1
rodda
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Post Good resources for learning Red Hat


I'm hoping some of you experienced Red Hat users could enlighten me on some excellent Red Hat resources. I'm a relative Linux newbie, having used several distros over the last year. I have been tasked at work to learn Red Hat. They would like me to setup some intranet web servers (internal documents and so forth). If this proves successful I hope to increase RH to more boxes providing network resources.

What good books, online sites, certifications, etc... can you recommend? Thanks for all your help...
 
Old 04-26-2002, 10:31 PM   #2
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heck if they are paying for id get a RHCE. plus there are quite a few RH centric linux books, i am sure these can be found at amazon.

on the IRC channels look for redhat on open.projects.net and look and listen and ask questions.
 
Old 05-01-2002, 04:59 PM   #3
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As a newbie to Linux myself, I have found a couple of books that has been most helpful to me:

1) O'Reilly Publisher
"Learning Red Hat Linux"
Author: Bill McCarty

2) *Red Hat Linux 7.2
(Week End Crash Course)
Authors: Naba Barkakati & Kurt Wall
*Found this book accidently through Amazon.com
I believe the publisher may be Hungry Minds, Inc. They have been purchased by another company, I think,
but try www.hungryminds.com.

Both books I found to be helpful, especially the Red Hat Linux 7.2, in setting up my home network. I also spend a lot of time on Red Hat's web site. I also joined the Red Hat Network. Check out the web site, as well.

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