Book review: Linux Administration Handbook

Monday, 6 May 2002, 10:42 AM EST

As many of you know, Linux is not an operating system for the masses least not yet. The fact that users have to drop down to the command prompt and the lack of education by employers and the entrenchment by Windows as the de-facto standard in 90% of the market has made Linux introduction beyond the enterprise a hard fact.

As a result, Linux boasts the most dedicated and devoted group of system administrators anywhere. With this also comes a great book on system administration. Linux Administration Handbook is the most complete book on the subject to come to my desk.

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