LinuxPlanet: Review: The No BS Guide to Red Hat Linux 6Oct 31, 1999, 06:07 (5 Talkback[s])
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"This book is aimed at beginners to using Linux. However, as it is quite comprehensive, it could be a good resource for someone who already runs Linux, and wants to switch to an up-to-date version of Redhat."
"As an overview of Redhat 6 this book is excellent. It covers everything of interest at a level of detail quite sufficient to get you up and running and doing useful work."
"The only reservations I would have about the book are on little things. The chapter on connecting to the Internet could have had slightly more detail. Hooking up to your ISP is painless for most, but does seem to generate a lot of questions. I wouldn't have explained Perl the way the programming chapter does. But--nothing to get heated about."