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Book Review: Linux Administration: A Beginners Guide

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A book for the new-to-Linux admin coming from the Windows world...
While the book says it's a “beginners guide”, it is not for the absolute newbie. The authors assume that the reader has some network and server administration experience in the Windows world. In fact, the first chapter is called “Technical Summary of Linux Distributions and Windows 2003” which examines the differences between Linux and Windows .NET Server. Two major points need to be made about the book at this point. First, it is designed to be read by Windows admins and almost continually compares Linux and Windows server systems throughout the book.
 read more | mail this link | score:4018 | -Ray, March 23, 2006
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