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Linux: Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition
Most IT books have to be rushed to keep up to date with the rapidly evolving trends in software. As technical books, they are usually of a low quality. Rute, on the other hand, was carefully mastered over three years to be a complete reference of Unix -- Unix itself has not changed fundamentally in many decades. The GNU project also tends toward enduring standards that evolve very slowly. On the other hand, there is much evolving with respect to RedHat, Debian, and Mandrake, so these peculiarities where written into the book as those distributions evolved. I believe there is here the best combination of reference and practical, current information. On another level, my working environment necessitated field experience that was ideal for a book like this. From rebuilding old 486 mail servers (while sitting on the floor in dusty filing rooms); to the creation of custom desktops and thin clients for word processing environments; to nation-wide WAN networks. My company's daring escapades tested human ingenuity and Linux dexterity in every conceivable environment. So quite simply, there is a lot more in Rute than you will find anywhere else.
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