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Web book review: Linux Newbie Administrator Guide

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The book is online here. Click [read more] below for the review.
I was impressed by the sheer quantity of content included in this guide. It's a complete manual, online, and is suitable for someone with no command-line experience. This guide really walks you through it step by step, with helpful additions like "notes for the clueless," and it's obvious that having once been there themselves, the authors cast no aspersions on those lacking a full share of wisdom. And while the quantity is vast, it is quality quantity; intelligently written and simply conveyed to maximize benefit to new converts.
 read more | mail this link | score:4163 | -Ray, July 11, 2001 (Updated: August 22, 2003)
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