[nSLUG] Book recommendation?

Jeff Warnica jeff at coherentnetworksolutions.com
Mon May 29 17:19:36 ADT 2006

An online Safari 5 slot bookshelf is $10us/month. In addition to
O'Reilly stuff, of course, it includes tech books from other publishers
as well including Addison-Wesley, Sams, Que, and more then a few vendors
self published titles; Cisco, Adobe, HP, Sun.

Myself, I just need to con/vince 4 coworkers and I think Ill be getting
a corporate account...

On Fri, 2006-05-26 at 16:43 -0300, Stephanie Mayfield wrote:
> I am primarily a Windows user, however I find myself in charge of a
> network which includes several varieties of unix (RH, CentOS).
> I'm thinking my pocket Unix for Dummies isn't going to enough to get
> me through until a replacement net admin is hired.  Can anyone
> recommend a decent book primarily centered around troubleshooting -
> something along the "hacks" or "cookbook" line of thinking. 
> Thanks!
> Steph
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