Ext2: Book Review: Linux CompleteNov 30, 1999, 03:23 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Linux Complete is a book. A very big book of a thousand pages, full of interesting information. It is a collection of various HOWTO documents, in a well ordered manner. It was published in Spring 1999, by Sybex. The book was compiled by Grant Taylor, one of the maintainers of the Linux Documentation Project, which did a good job with this project."
"The book covers various subjects on Linux administration, security, networking and even graphical interfaces. I will give the table of contents near the end of this article. It is very good reading, and a great reference book. It has more useful information than many other books I read in the past."
"The book is meant for any kind of Linux user or administrator who wants to know more about his or her operating system. It covers both beginner's topics and some advanced topics. It also comes with a bonus: A summary of common Linux commands, for those who need to use the console from time to time."
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