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 Ė 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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