Subject:      Re: Newbie wanting to learn
From:         Charles Cosse <>
Date:         1997/11/17
Message-ID:   <>
Newsgroups:   comp.os.linux.setup wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Nov 1997 07:39:17 GMT, (Bryan)
> wrote:
> >Is there a book that I could get that will put me in the right place.
> >
> >Thank you,
> >
> >Bryan
> I am also very new at Linux.  Go to your local library and check out,
> "Running Linux" by Matt Welsh and Lar Kaufman.  I don't know if this
> is the best one to start on but it helped me.  I have installed
> Dieban, Slackware and Red Hat.  I found Red Hat the easiest to get up
> and running.  Good luck.  Everett

This is unsolicited and just because I like the book very 
much after sinking $$into two other compendiums and learning lots of
stuff the hard way: do yourselves a favor and check-out
"A Practical Guide To Linux" by Mark Sobell. (Addison Wesley).
It's the best most accurate, no-BS book. (~$40)