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Re: [SLE] Reference books?
  • From: Michael Scottaline <mscottaline@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 20:45:22 -0400
  • Message-id: <20020424204522.4b29a906.mscottaline@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wed, 24 Apr 2002 17:36:02 -0700
"Greg Hicks" <ghicks@xxxxxxxxx> scribbled intuitively:

>OK, I have gotten the bottoms of my feet pretty damp with SuSE Linux and
>am getting ready to work myself in up to the ankles. While I do, does
>anyone have a recommendation for a good reference book? I know about man
>and I have the books that came with my SuSE 7.3 Pro purchase, what I am
>looking for is a dictionary style format reference book. Something I can
>use when I come across either something you guys have mentioned here in
>the letters, or I have found in my stumblings with the OS. On
>thescreensavers.com website they recommend a book called Teach Yourself
>Linux by Steve Oualline and Eric Foster-Johnson. Can anyone let me know
>their thoughts on this, along with any other reference type books. Thanks
>for all the great advice you have offered to get this newbie out of his
>pampers.
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Running Linux by Matt Walsh, et. al. (an O'Reilly publication)

Linux in a Nutshell (another O'Reilly work)

Mike


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