Tag Archives: Linux
The Linux Symposium is fast approaching, July 11 to 13. Jon Masters, the SCSI expert, will be giving the “Definitive” Kernel Update. Jon “Maddog” Hall, the well spoken Linux promoter from way back, will be talking about the benefits of FOSS … Continue reading
LPI Linux Certification in A Nutshell 3rd edition, Adam Haeder, O’Reilly, 2010 This certification may be useful to Linux system admins. Too bad they have left out virtualization, which most job reqs will include. It will appear in a ‘level … Continue reading
A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux, Mark G. Sobell, ( 2011) You will find this useful if you are using any Linux Distro, not just Ubuntu. 1200 pages, with a DVD.
CompTIA Linux+ Complete Study Guide Exams LX0-101 and LX0-102, Roderick W. Smith, (- 2010) If you want to get certified, this will help.
Linux bible : boot up to Ubuntu, Fedora, KNOPPIX, Debian, SUSE, and 13 other distributions / Christopher Negus, Wiley 2011 Here is an updated version of the user and admin manual for Linux. You can enjoy many hours of poking … Continue reading
The Linux Programming Interface – A Linux and UNIX System Programming Handbook, Michael Kerrisk, No Starch, 2010 This book is for programmers of C and C++ applications on Linux or Unix. Written in a precise style, it explains all the … Continue reading
Ubuntu on A Dime – The Path to Low-cost Computing, James Floyd Kelly, 2009 If you want a cheap but powerful computer, this book will help. It has 30 pages discussing hardware selection for Linux, then 200 pages introducing you … Continue reading
Linux for Dummies, Richard Blum, Wiley, 2009 A gentle intro to Linux, and almost everything can be done without using the command line! A DVD is included which will make it simple to install Ubuntu or Fedora. 400 pages.
Fedora 11 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux bible / Christopher Negus, Eric Foster-Johnson, Wiley, 2009. Here are 1000 pages for the Fedora admin. The book will be useful at the beginner and intermediate level. Most of it applies to any … Continue reading