Just for Fun : The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary
by Linus Torvalds, David Diamond (Contributor): Hardcover - 288 pages (May 8, 2001)
Linux : Your Visual Blueprint to the Linux Platform
by Michael Bellomo, Ruth Maran: a visual blueprint to the Linux platform, with step-by-step screen shots for over 100 key Linux tasks. The CD-ROMs include GNOME, Netscape, Pine, and a searchable e-version of the text.
Linux for Your Laptop
by Bill Ball: For the intermediate Linux user, this book is geared toward people who are familiar with Linux software because they use it on their desktops, but who are facing the challenge of running it smoothly on their laptop computers
Linux on the IBM Elogo Server Iseries Server: An Implementation Guide
by IBM Redbooks
Linux Toys: 13 Cool Projects for Home, Office and Entertainment
by Christopher Negus, Chuck Wolber, Christopher Negus, Chuck Wolber: lots of ideas for making your machine do cool things
Migration to Linux Guide: Better and Less Expensive It With Free Software
by Bernd Kretschmer, Jay S. Hill: 280 pages
Professional Linux Deployment
by Mark Wilcox, Michael Boerner, Ganesh Prasad, Ian Dickson, Jonathan Kelly, Luan Dang, Craig Guthrie, Richard Ollerenshaw, Geoff Sherlock: aimed at people responsible for enterprise IT systems who are interested in Linux as a serious commercial platform that will support their business. It is also suitable for people in small/medium businesses and the public sector (schools, hospitals, libraries) who want to use Linux, either as their first system or a platform to migrate to
Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution
by Glyn Moody: puts Linux into historical and social contexts. Based largely on interviews with the main players and precise historical data (Linux kernel releases are dated to the second), it traces "free software" from its early '80s origin--with Robert Stallman's founding of the GNU Project--and takes it as far as the end of 2000--with GNU/Linux becoming a worldwide phenomenon that runs handheld PDAs, PCs and Macs, IBM mainframes, and the world's biggest supercomputers
S/390 Partners in Development Efs Systems on a Linux
by Bill Ogden, IBM Redbooks
Sitios Web bajo Linux con CD-ROM
by Hector Facundo Arena, MP Ediciones: Paperback - 304 pages Bk&Cd-Rom editio
Software Licensing Handbook
by Jeffrey I. Gordon: Unlike other guides, the Software Licensing Handbook was designed to lead you through the twists and turns of the language found in almost all software, maintenance and professional services contracts.
The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source
by Martin Fink: The manager's guide to using Linux and open source for competitive advantage.
Windows Fan, Linux Fan: A True Story about a Spiritual Battle Between a Windows Fan and a Linux Fan!
by Fore June: Paperback: In 1996, a Windows fan and a Linux fan each started an Internet company. One used Windows to provide services while the other used Linux systems to serve customers. They competed against each other and ran the businesses with completely different approaches and philosophies.