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What are good command line HTTP clients?
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts is a very famous quote from Aristotle, a Greek philosopher and scientist. This quote is particularly pertinent to Linux. In my view, one of Linux's biggest strengths is its synergy. The usefulness of Linux doesn't derive only from the huge raft of open source (command line) utilities. Instead, it's the synergy generated by using them together, sometimes in conjunction with larger applications.

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  • Advanced SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Administration
    by Jason Eckert: With Advanced SUSETM Linux Administration (Course 3038 v2.0), you will learn how to perform advanced administration tasks on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9: installation and manual configuration, performance tuning, backup and recovery services, and much more.
  • Beginning SUSE Linux: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition
    Keir Thomas: This book has been updated from the best-selling first edition to reflect the latest changes made within SUSE version 10.1. If you're new to Linux, you'll receive an introduction to the world of Linux and the open source community, followed by a detailed overview of SUSE's installation and configuration process.
  • Install, Configure, and Customize SuSE Linux
    by Keith Pettit, Joe Brokmeier, Tony Ho, Rob Bos, William Schaffer, David Lew, Joe Brockmeier, Andy Harris, Charles Coffing: a guide to installing, configuring and customizing SuSE Linux 6 operating system, teaching how to change BIOS settings, how to partition and format hard drives for optimum performance, and more
  • Installing Suse Linux
    by John Scroggins: covers only the topics necessary to get the OS up and running. By utilizing the information in this text, you will be able to prevent surprises during the installation of SuSE. This product is for experienced Linux enthusiasts or experienced Unix users who would like to purchase the distribution and the documentation required to configure the OS
  • Installing SuSE LINUX: The Authoritative Solution (with CD-ROM)
    by John Scroggins: covers only the topics necessary to get the OS up and running. By utilizing the information in this text, you will be able to prevent surprises during the installation of SuSE. This product is for experienced Linux enthusiasts or experienced Unix users who would like to purchase the distribution and the documentation required to configure the OS
  • openSUSE Linux Unleashed
    by Michael McCallister: The Unleashed series provides an intermediate to advanced level study of the SUSE Linux topic that gives you the quality and scope of information you are looking for to become an expert with the SUSE Linux operating system.
  • SUSE Linux 10 For Dummies
    by Naba Barkakati: This friendly guide will help you install and configure the newest version, then help you work with digital media, build a network, get acquainted with Firefox (the super-secure browser that has everybody excited),explore Skype and Linphone Internet phone services, and much more!
  • SUSE Linux 10.0 Unleashed
    by Mike McCallister: This comprehensive guide to SUSE Linux includes a DVD with the full version of SUSE Linux 10.0 and provides you with intermediate and advanced information to guide you through the installation, management and maintenance of your SUSE Linux 10.0 system.
  • SUSE Linux 9 Bible
    by Justin Davies, Roger Whittaker, William von Hagen: offers unique information not found anywhere else on the latest SUSE editions, including Enterprise Server, Professional (for home users and developers), Standard Server, and Desktop (Enterprise desktop) DVD includes the Fall 2004 release of the SUSE Personal Edition, a $29.95 value
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Administration
    by Jason Eckert: This in-depth, hands-on course covers a variety of topics: installing and configuring SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9, managing users and groups, securing the system and much more.
  • Suse Linux for Dummies
    by Hall, Migliaccio, Jon Maddog Hall: first-ever guide to SuSE Linux leads users, step-by-step, from installation to configuration and includes coverage of the KDE interface. The CD-ROM contains the latest version of SuSE Linux
  • SuSE Linux Installation & Configuration Handbook
    by Nazeeh Amin, Youssef Adnan: a step-by-step, focused tutorial on installing and reliably maintaining a SuSE Linux and the applications that are included in its distribution. Topics include installing the Xfree86 Windows system, creating and formatting file systems, installing kernel source code, using Yast to configure printers, and installing and configuring peripherals
  • Suse Linux Server
    by Paul G. Sery, Mohammed J. Kabir, Roland Dyroff: demonstrates how to: master the ins and outs of Linux installation and configuration; Manage privileged and ordinary users, groups, and disk quotas; Control, monitor, prioritize, and automate programs using various tools; Set up DNS, SMTP, POP3, HTTP, FTP, IRC and SQL servers; Secure your server using firewalls and tools like Satan, Cops, etc.; Design a load-balanced, multi-server Apache-based Web network; Set up Samba and NFS fileserver for your office network
  • SuSE Linux Unleashed
    by Bill Ball, William Ball, Billy Ball, Daniel Robbins (Contributor), Richard R. Morgan (Contributor): shows you how to install, configure, and manage the latest version of SuSE Linux
  • SUSE Linux10 Bible
    by Justin Davies, Roger Whittaker, William von Hagen: Covers the SUSE system, command line programs, implementing online services, and using SUSE business tools in the enterprise setting .
  • The Suse Linux Network
    by Fred Butzen, Christopher S. Hilton: a guide showing readers how to build a SuSE Linux network from scratch. Covers each crucial topic, from e-mail to security issues. The CD-ROMs contain SuSE wireless and networking tools, demo software, and more
  • The SuSE Linux Server (With CD-ROMs)
    by Paul G. Sery, Mohammed J. Kabir: the official guide to maintaining a high-performance SuSE Linux system, offering ways to combat challenges such as installation and configuration problems and security difficulties

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