|A practical Guide to Red Hat Linux|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 22 February 2007|
This book is very good at introduction a user to Red Hat Linux. It focuses on the basics of installation from the DVD to learning and configuring the most popular services requested. The reviews at the end of each chapter are helpful too.
It is a little light on the depth of coverage for each service which keeps the page count to a reasonable amount.
From the back of the book... This edition contains extensive coverage, including full chapters on using Linux from the command line and GUI; even more thorough system administration and security guidance; and up-to-the-minute, step-by-step "hows" and the "whys." Mark Sobell knows every Linux nook and cranny,has taught hundreds of thousands of readers, and never forgets what it's like to be new to Linux. Whether you are a user, and administrator, or a programmer; this book gives you all you need---and more.
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 February 2007 )|
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