"Professional Linux Deployment is one of the only books
of its kind I'm aware of. As one would assume, the text assembles
information on the many aspects of Linux installation,
configuration, and use related to deployment in a business-class
networked environment. As such, it is a text about Linux
application in a specific context text rather than simply a text
about a given Linux service or program."
"At over 600 pages, this is the weightiest Apache book I've seen
to date, and Professional Apache carries that weight well.
This is the book that many would-be Linux Web administrators have
been waiting for. Generally, when writing a review, one seeks to
uncover the strengths and the weaknesses of a text and to discuss
the situations in which a text will be helpful."
"Beginning Linux Programming is a giant book, at nearly
1,000 pages, and seems to have a fairly ambitious goal: to give the
programmer a reasonable introduction to the tools and environments
associated with programming in Linux using one of several languages
and toolkits, including the shell, Tcl/Tk, perl, C, Gtk. Contexts
include applications, device drivers, and Web programming, among