[Wolves] Linux books
kevanf1 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 10:27:25 BST 2005
On 26/09/05, SimonB <SimonB at geek-web.co.uk> wrote:
> > My first book that I used for *nix was an old book on system V. This was
> back in the days of working with HP-UX as an after school job, it taught me
> a lot about concepts, though quite a few thing shave changed from good ole
> system V.
> > I cant remember the author but I'll dig it out possibly if I ever get
> home, gotta go shoppin for bike parts 'again'
> > Cheers,
> > SimonB
> Simon. not 'Introduction to UNIX System V' by Robert A Byers by any
> chance? That one's sitting on my bookshelf just above me as I type
> Indeed it is with ISBN: 0-912677-29-5 / 0912677295, if you want to be
> pedantic, wow it truly is a small word. Though mine is full of mindless
> scribble and notes from wheni really usaed it.
Yep, it's still a useful book. Very easy to read especially for a
newcomer. I was introduced to it by Tony Ravenhill who a few on here
know. Must get round to e-mailing him in the week... :-)
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