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This is the perfect book for someone who's installed Linux once or twice, knows his /bin from his /sbin, no longer panics when faced with the commandline, and is hungry to learn more.
Without wasting time holding hands, Roderick W. Smith explains the core concepts behind getting the most out of a Linux system, and describes the tools and commands needed to do so.
If you've dabbled with Tux here and there and want to get serious, this is the book for you.
Product Details: "Linux Power Tools" by Rounan - posted: 03-08-2004 - Rating: 10.00
Last Review by Rounan - posted: 02-10-2004 01:25 PM
A must-read for anyone who's ever wondered what on earth would posess someone to write an operating system.
Linus divulges details of what was going on behind the scenes during crucial stages of Linux development - apparently, a lot of dark closets and dry pasta. Besides his philosophy on the meaning of life, readers are given insights into Linus' family, heritage and ethics.
A fine depictment of the hacker whose creation surprised no one more than himself.
Product Details: "Just for Fun" by jeremy - posted: 02-06-2004 - Rating: 7.75