Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide
By Shah, Steve
"A delight to read. I think this book is well-written enough in explaining what is behind much of Linux." --Harvey Friedman, Linux Journal

DOI: 10.1036/0072131365

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Author Biography

Steve Shah (Riverside, CA) has been a UNIX systems/network administrator since 1992 and a programmer since 1986. Currently, he is responsible for administering five variants of UNIX and three variants of Windows NT. He has been working with Linux since version 1.09 (1994) and has administered Linux workstations since 1996. Steve has contributed as an author of several publications including Unix Unleashed (Editions 1-3), Red Hat Linux Unleased (Editions 2-3), and Using Unix, 2nd Edition. He has a B.S. in Computer Science and Creative Writing and is graduating from the University of California, Riverside with an M.S. in Computer Science in 1999.

Linux Administration: A Beginner's Guide
Author(s): Shah, Steve
ISBN: 0072131365
DOI: 10.1036/0072131365

Format: paperback.
Pub date: 29 Jan 2001
Copyright: 2001
$39.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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