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Jauz
27th January 2004, 12:53 AM
I want to get a reference book for Linux...specifically one regarding RH9, or Fedora (doubtful).

Anyone own this book (Mastering RH9 (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/078214179X) ... Amazon link)...and if so, do you like it?

Are there better books available?

Thanks

jwb
30th January 2004, 11:13 PM
:-)

Try Amazon of B&N. Search for "Fedora"-

Here are some:

Sams Teach Yourself Red Hat Linux Fedora in 24 Hours- ISBN: 0672326302
Red Hat Linux Fedora for Dummies- ISBN: 076454232X
Red Hat Linux Fedora Unleashed- ISBN: 0672326299
Red Hat Linux Bible: Fedora and Enterprise Edition- ISBN: 0764543334

I *highly* reccomend the last one. I have the RH9 version by the same author. The RH/Fedora version of "Bible" is an update. Very good, very thorough, and a good read.

The Dummies book about Fedora is by Jon "maddog" Hall.

I've read a bit of the Sams Teach Yourself book. It was OK, but I thought the "Bible" one was better.