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  • Linux in a Nutshell
    by Ellen Siever, Stephen Figgins, Aaron Weber, Robert Love, Arnold Robbins: Now in its fifth edition, Linux in a Nutshell brings users up-to-date with the current state of Linux. Considered by many to be the most complete and authoritative command reference for Linux available, the book covers all substantial user, programming, administration, and networking commands for the most common Linux distributions. hot
  • Linux : The Complete Reference (Complete Reference)
    the important topics, tools, and utilities of Linux are covered in depth by this second edition. The book has been completely revised to address important changesto Linux, including growth in the number of desktops and windows managers, new X-windows chapters, and new programming tools. The CD-ROM features a full version of OpenLinux Lite by Caldera--the leading vendor of Linux software.
  • Linux Desk Reference
    by Scott Hawkins: explains all the basic concepts you need to understand in order to use the Linux system. Provides practical examples for every command, plus hundreds of invaluable tips and warnings (2nd edition)
  • Linux in a Nutshell 2nd edition
    by Ellen Siever, O'Reilly Staff: This complete reference covers the core commands available on common Linux distributions. It contains all user, programming,administration, and networking commands with options, and also documents a wide range of GNU tools
  • Linux in a Nutshell : A Desktop Quick Reference (Nutshell Handbook)
    by Jessica Perry Hekman: covers the core commands available on common Linux distributions. This isn't a scaled-down quick reference of common commands, but a complete reference containing all user, programming, administration, and networking commands. Also documents a wide range of GNU tools
  • Linux Iptables Pocket Reference
    by Gregor N. Purdy: will help you at those critical moments when someone asks you to open or close a port in a hurry, either to enable some important traffic or to block an attack. The book will keep the subtle syntax straight and help you remember all the values you have to enter in order to be as secure as possible. The listings of all iptables options are divided into those suitable for firewalling, accounting, and NAT
  • Linux Pocket Guide
    by Daniel J. Barrett: It clearly explains how to get up to speed quickly on day-to-day Linux use. Once you're up and running, Linux Pocket Guide provides an easy-to-use reference that you can keep by your keyboard for those times when you want a fast, useful answer, not hours in the man pages.
  • Linux System Commands
    by Volkerding, Reichard, Patrick Volkerding, Kevin Reichard: provide users with a one-stop reference to the main commands of all major distributions of Linux cross-referenced by type, DOS equivalent, and descriptive function
  • Maximum Rpm
    by Ed Bailey: The complete reference for the RPM software package that is the heart of the Red Hat Linux distribution. Designed for both the novice and advanced users, Maximum RPM enables anyone to take full advantage of the benefits of building software packages with the Red Hat Packagemanagement tools to ensure that they install simply and accurately each and every time
  • Practical Linux
    by Bill Ball, William Ball, Drew Streib, Tony Guntharp, Michael Turner: covers all the bases, making use of a systematic approach, while providing numerous cross-references. Topics include working with the KDE and Gnome desktops, using the command line, getting help and maintaining your system, connecting to the Web, using browsers, setting up e-mail, setting up printers and adding peripherals, using graphics and multimedia tools, and networking
  • Special Edition Using Linux
    a one-stop (900 page) comprehensive reference and tutorial for users who want to install and use Linux productively
  • Special Edition Using Linux, Fifth Edition
    by Steven Burnett, Rob Napier, Jeff Tranter, Jack, Jr. Tackett, Jr., Jack Tackett: a complete, comprehensive reference that allows you to get optimum use and productivity from your Linux operating system. This book features three of the top Linux distributions--Caldera, Red Hat, and Debian--but also teaches Linux independent of its included distributions

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