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Re: Thanks for responses



On Sat, 11 Sep 1999, Victor Richardson wrote:

> way. Ease of use does not directly translate to knowledge. Can anyone
> recommend a few good Unix books to start with?

O'Reilly and Associates, as someone else mentioned, has a ton of books on
specific tools.  They also have several books on UNIX and UNIX system
administration.  The ones to start with would probably be UNIX In a
Nutshell and Learning the UNIX Operating System. 

A complete list of ORA's UNIX books can be found at http://unix.oreilly.com/
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