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Re: [SLE] Reference books?
  • From: neal mcdermott <neamcd@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 18:10:01 -0700
  • Message-id: <200204241810.01745.neamcd@xxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Greg,

I am a beginner as well, and have found a good bash tutorial in the Linux
section at download.com. It's called "Advanced Bash Scripting Guide 1.1"
Also, if you go to IBM.com and find the Linux section, there are all sorts of
tutorials. You have to register, but it is free.

Hope this helps.

Neal

On Wednesday 24 April 2002 17:36, Greg Hicks wrote:
> 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.
>
> Greg Hicks


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