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1 22035 03-08-2004
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Description: A book on Linux that goes beyond the basics.
There is no "installation" section - it's assumed you know that much.

Chapters on:
hardware optimization concepts such as device drivers and using hdparm
user tools such as shell scripts and GUI
SysAdmin tools: optimizing X, choosing filesystems, kernel customization, package management
networking tools and configuration
server tools: mail, file, remote login
Keywords: linux hardware software admin network server
Publisher: Sybex
ISBN: 0-7821-4226-5


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Old 03-08-2004, 09:24 PM   #1
Rounan
 
Registered: Jun 2003
Distribution: Ubuntu, Gentoo, Debian
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Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10

Pros: detailed and clear
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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.
 




  



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