SysAdmin: Books: A User's Report (June 2000)Jun 11, 2000, 13:22 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Elizabeth Zinkann)
"The criteria for reviewing books constantly changes. Unlike the classic works of fiction or non-fiction, technical books exist to provide information for their readers. A substantive part of that information has a short time span before it becomes outdated. Depending on an individual's specific interests, some books will always be intriguing. Some of the recent books that I've found valuable, intriguing, or entertaining include: Remote Access 24seven by Paul E. Robichaux (Sybex Network Press); Evil Geniuses in a Nutshell, A User Friendly Guide to World Domination by Illiad (O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.); The Concise Guide to Xfree86 for Linux by Aron Hsiao (Que Books); Linux Programmer's Reference, Second Edition by Richard Petersen (Osborne McGraw-Hill); Solaris Security by Peter H. Gregory, Foreword by Steven M. Bellovin (Sun Microsystems Press, Prentice Hall)."
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