Peachy Posted April 24, 2003 Share Posted April 24, 2003 I've been reading a wonderful book published by Osborne written by Steven Graham and Steve Shah (ISBN 0-07-222562-9). This is one in their series of Essential Skills - Made Easy! books. I would consider this a good starting point for a Linux newbie. It gives a good overview of using Linux as a server and it highlights the differences and similarities between it and Windows 2000 Server. Even if you're not going to use it as a server OS, the first part of the book gives some easily understood chapters on basic console administration chores. What I really liked about the book is that it manages to give you quite a lot of information without being overly dry and technical about it. The authors have a sense of humour that makes reading the book quite enjoyable. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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