Tag Archives: Linux
CompTIA Linux+ certification / Michael Jang, McGraw-Hill, 2008 If you think certification is useful for Linux admins, here is a good book for you. Otherwise, you will find this a good beginner to intermediate guide. 350 pages.
Beginning the Linux command line / Sander van Vugt, Apress, 2009 Some of this is basic, but it gets interesting with yum, zypper, tunneling, samba, kernel modules, and bash scripting. 350 pages.
Beginning Portable Shell Scripting : From Novice to Professional / Peter Seebach, Apress, 2008 Many years ago I learned scripting by reading the boot time scripts in SunOS or System III. Life would have been so much easier with this … Continue reading
Linux all-in-one desk reference for dummies / by Emmett Dulaney, Wiley, 2008 This book will help you install and administer a Linux system. 600 pages. Includes a DVD with the top 4 distros.
Ubuntu Linux secrets / Richard Blum, Wiley 2009 You will like this book if you are new to Linux. However, the folks over at Canonical will not like the wording of this title, after all the good work they have … Continue reading
LPIC-1 : Linux Professional Institute Certification study guide / Roderick W. Smith, Wiley, 2009 This certification may be useful to Linux system admins. In any case, the book is a good summary of Linux admin tasks. 550 pages. The CD … Continue reading
Linux networking cookbook / Carla Schroder, O’Reilly, 2008 Here is a book on system administration for Linux. It is practical and really useful. 1 – Introduction to Linux Networking 2 – Building a Linux Gateway on a Single-Board Computer 3 … Continue reading
Ubuntu 8.10 Linux bible / William von Hagen, Wiley, 2009 Here is a good user manual for Ubuntu Linux. You can spend many hours trying out all the tools discussed here. 1100 pages.
TCP/IP architecture, design and implementation in Linux / Sameer Seth, Wiley, IEEE, 2008 Here is a book that delves into the architecture and code details of networking in Linux. 750 pages, hardcover.