Re: Please Recommend Good Linux Books Talking as much and thoroughly as possible
From: Brian (brian_at_noreturn.com)
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2004 08:35:06 +1000
I'm no linux expert, but I've been in heavy training for a few months and
found the "Linux Administration Handbook":
to be very helpful.
For more, just checkout amazon. There's plenty of people there ready to tell
you what to read.
"Iván Filpo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have been using Linux for quite a while and I am trying to learn as much
> as possible by reading books.
> I would like to read complete books not just covering one linux distro but
> common things in all of them that probably were carried over from unix. By
> this I mean not mainly unix but materials that will make be capable of
> dealing with almost any distro.
> I would like the books to include one of the following:
> 1- Linux & Unix Commands(Specially those that are very useful).
> 2- Linux Networking & Firewall(Iptables).
> 3- Backing up.
> 4- Setup Important applications(Samba,Apache,Postfix or any MTA,etc).
> 5- Scripting(Awk, Sed, Perl).
> 6- Kernel Compiling & Hacking.
> 7- Linux Security.
> 8- NFS
> 9- NIS
> 10-SNMP & Network Centralized Managment.
> 11- Anything I missed that helps for the Certification and would prepare
> m to help other persons in these groups.
> I have Running Linux 3rd edition, Linux in a nutshell. I would like to
> hear about the best of the best.
> Thanks for your time,
> Iván C. Filpo