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Caldera OpenLinux Installation & Configuration

It's almost a shame that the title of this has "Caldera" in it, because I think this is the best general Linux book I've read yet. In fact, there's really very little in here that is Caldera specific; most of the book is fully applicable to most any Linux version. And this is a comprehensive book- at almost 700 pages, it doesn't leave much ground uncovered, from first installation to configuring Apache, a firewall, sendmail: it's all here.

More importantly, it's all very well done. I read it through three times (hey, I was on vacation for three weeks!) and I can't recall anything I could complain about. If you are considering Caldera, you definitely want this book, and it's certainly not a waste of money if you are running something else.

Amazon Order (or just read more about) Caldera Open Linux Installation & Configuration- Gary Wilson

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