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Wiley Publishing, Inc. Red Hat Linux Bible: Fedora and Enterprise Edition
posted by Glas

A book aimed at users of Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This book has a lot of Fedora and RHEL specific stuff and just as much non RH related info.
4917 None 09-08-2004 02:33 AM No reviews
LormaLinux 5
posted by jeremy

LormaLinux is developed by the MIS Department of Lorma Colleges in the Philippines. It is built on top of Red Hat Linux - recompiled and optimized for the i686 computers, so i ...
19033 None 08-30-2004 08:04 PM No reviews
Pingo linux 2.0
posted by atom

A slovenian flavour of linux based on redhat with breezed packages.
13441 5.00 08-21-2004 01:08 PM 1 reviews
Wiley Publishing Red Hat Fedora Linux 2 for Dummies
posted by LinuxLala

Get up and running with Red Hat's Fedora. Includes a FREE DVD. DVD includes the full Fedora Core distribution with source code and all of the CD content that comes with Fed ...
23830 9.00 07-21-2004 04:30 AM 1 reviews
Red Hat Press Official Fedora Companion
posted by linux-goot

Linux guru Nick Petreley demystifies the most powerful features of Fedora, the new Linux operating system from Red Hat * The book is tailored for new users and people upgrad ...
26611 None 07-15-2004 02:20 PM No reviews
No Starch Press Linux For Non-Geeks
posted by linux-goot

This book is for any home user who has switched or is thinking of switching to Linux. Based on Red Hat's Fedora Core, Linux for Non-Geeks avoids geeky subjects like server and ...
45651 6.50 07-15-2004 02:16 PM 4 reviews
Prentice-Hall A Practical Guide to Red Hat Linux-Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
posted by XavierP

A book aimed at users of Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The majority of the topics are not specific to these distributions and so it can be used by anyone who need ...
34155 7.67 07-05-2004 10:07 AM 3 reviews
Tao Linux 1.0
posted by born4linux

one of the free distros based from the sources of Red Hat Enterprise 3.0. has most of the features found in RHES 3.0 with a good yum hack for updates and other apps.
19312 8.00 06-21-2004 04:04 AM 1 reviews
wrox group Beginning Red Hat Linux 9
posted by Lleb_KCir

If you are comfortable with Microsoft and the way a lot of the books for the MCSE and MSC tests are written, then this is the linux newbie guide for you. This book covers b ...
3145 None 04-03-2004 01:30 AM No reviews
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated Sair Linux and GNU Certification, Level 1: Installation & Configuration
posted by trickykid

The Sair Linux and GNU Certification program, designed and developed by the industry-leading members of Sair, Inc. and its advisory board, provides you with a clear path for i ...
48861 5.00 03-25-2004 08:42 PM 1 reviews
Que Using Linux
posted by trickykid

Using Linux is designed to meet the reader s needs by focusing on the problems and concerns of the beginning to intermediate Linux user. It will help them manage and use their ...
3511 None 03-25-2004 08:34 PM No reviews
Red Hat WS 3 Update 1
posted by refields

Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Version 3 Introduced in September 2003, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, version 3, includes a broad range of new features: * Support for seven archi ...
59346 7.75 03-19-2004 03:33 PM 4 reviews
Wiley Publishing Linux for Dummies - 4th Edition
posted by rberry88

A pretty well laid out book that follows the normal outline as the other * for Dummies books that are out for various topics and subjects. Also includes a 2 disc set of Red Ha ...
18544 7.50 03-19-2004 10:06 AM 2 reviews
Red Hat Enterprise 3.0 ES
posted by mgatny

Red Hat's enterprise-class operating system
25116 6.20 03-17-2004 03:39 PM 5 reviews
O\'Reilly Head First Java
posted by darkCanuck

Some will hate it, some will love it. In my experience with programming books an unsettling trend has emerged: The first few chapters are for users who have never used a co ...
30547 7.67 03-16-2004 11:39 AM 3 reviews




  



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