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Re: [SLE] The SuSE Linux Server
  • From: Ricardo Rodriguez <rik73106@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2001 22:12:40 -0700 (PDT)
  • Message-id: <20010820051240.81387.qmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
So did you get any book?

I bougth mine in borders (tampa) and they had some of
the same serie, the have the server, the networking
and some other there.

I think if more books were available for SuSE that
will help SuSE to get even bigger......


--- Curtis Rey <crrey@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Ha, I totally agree. I was just at two book stores
> today, The University of
> Wisconsin-Madison and Borders books. They had a
> fairly comprehensive
> selection. Unfortunately, all but a select few were
> out of date. The most
> recent books were the RH books with RH 7.1. The
> SuSE, KDE, etc were at least
> a year old and two versions back - and an awful lot
> has changed since then.
> This is why novice/intermediate users such as myself
> can get frustrated. The
> only real up-to-date media is the Howto's (that's if
> they're indeed up to
> date) and the man pages. The problem with the man
> pages is if you don't have
> a backgroud is comp-sci or training as an Admin you
> can get lost in
> assumptive jargon. If Linux starts to gain any more
> appreciable market share
> it would be great it books could be published at the
> time of major releases
> like other SF products (e.g. like the plethera of
> those Redmond type
> products). Oh well, one can dream.
>
> Cheers, Curtis
>
>
> On Sunday 19 August 2001 11:45 pm,
> marsaro@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > The green one? Yes, it is decent, but like all
> books, by the time you get
> > them, Linux is way past the version it is based on
> :~( I think the books
> > that come with Pro are good too. BTW, SuSE Press
> is hard to find in
> > stores, I saw a lot in a trip to Texas at a
> Computer shop, including the
> > SAMBA and a couple others.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Jon
> >
> > On Sun, 19 Aug 2001, Ricardo Rodriguez wrote:
> > > I finally found a SuSE book (is easy to find a
> linux
> > > book but not so easy to find a SuSE one).
> > >
> > > The books is from SuSE press and its called "The
> SuSE
> > > Linux Server", had anyone here read it? is it
> good? I
> > > just start reading it and it seem to cover all
> my
> > > inmediate needs so Ill let you know about it.
> > >
> > > Im looking forward to read any comments about
> the book
> > > if someone had a previous experience with it.
> > >
> > > =====
> > > Ricardo A. Rodriguez
> > > www.RicardoRodriguez.net
> > > OKC, OK - USA
> > >
> > >
> > >
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OKC, OK - USA



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