Linux Quick Fix Notebook
by Peter Harrison
Publisher: Prentice Hall 2005
Number of pages: 696
A well-written guide to designing, installing, and maintaining Linux servers. The author provides a pedagogical guide to learning Linux server administration. In addition, the book includes step-by-step information so that users can quickly take advantage of the best that open source software has to offer today.
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