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OpenSolaris bible

OpenSolaris bible / Nicholas A. Solter, Wiley, 2009

Here is a book to help you configure a Solaris server, written by the author of an excellent C++ book that is also in the OPL. If you want a Solaris job, you will get useful experience by running OpenSolaris at home. You may find this book considerably more readable than Sun’s Solaris manuals. 950 pages.

If you want a versatile home *nix, you would probably prefer Ubuntu or SUSE Linux.  But if you want a solid multiprocessor server that does not chase the bleeding edge, then OpenSolaris or FreeBSD is a good choice.

Get it here at OPL     Amazon Review

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