Re: Good Linux book(s) ???

From  (Omegaman)
Organization   Communique Inc.
Date           Fri, 22 Aug 1997 22:57:15 -0500
Newsgroups     comp.os.linux.x,comp.os.linux.setup,comp.comp.os.linux.networking,os.linux.misc
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On Tue, 19 Aug 1997 12:08:39 +0200, Martin Baedeker <> wrote:
>Hi there,
>I'm searching for a/some good Linux-book(s): it/they should contain a
>comprehensive reference of standard unix commands and be a good
>configuration guide/s to X and standard netprograms such as inetd,
>httpd, ftpd, newsd a.s.o.!

Look for "Running Linux" by Matt Welsh -- pub. by O'Reilly & Associates.

Also look for "A Practical Guide to Linux" by M. Sobell.  Addison-Wesley.
This one is brand new and *very* comprehensive.  I've been looking at it in
the bookstore and it looks to me like the best linux book yet.  Also check
out (I may have the name spelled slightly wrong)

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