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Book Review: Linux Power Tools


Linux Power Tools does seem to provide a broad swath of Linux and Linux-related application information. I'm not sure I'd pay the $50 though, unless I was a bit more of a newbie.
If you are an experienced Linux user, this book isn't for you. It simply doesn't provide enough depth of information and contains little that experienced users couldn't get from Google searches and reading man pages. If you're new to the Linux community, however, and lack experience with Linux and Unix-type operating systems, this is a good overview of what you can do with Linux.
 read more | mail this link | score:8002 | -Ray, November 7, 2003
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