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Help Net Security: Linux System Administration - A User's Guide [Book Review]Oct 06, 2001, 22:06 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Aleksandar Stancin)
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"...The book consists of 26, easy to follow chapters. From the very first chapter, Introduction, to the last, 26th, Performance Monitoring and Tuning, the reader is guided through the ever expanding world of Linux, and system administration. It is written in a quite clear fashion, so no misunderstandings or even worse, no 'mystical' explanations exist in it. What could be worse than a book filled with foggy explanations of this and that? This book is, as expected, quite opposite. But, let me fill you with some tehnical tidbits concerning it, and by the time we reach the end of this review, you'll be able to make some conclusions about the book yourself.
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