[TriLUG] Books for Linux+,
or should I look at something else to quickly learn linux? Or is
Linux+ a waste of time?
c.crider at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 11:32:24 EST 2006
well, i always suggest Running Linux, and Linux In A Nutshell. i dont know
anyone else, but these 2 books were in my backpack forever. perfect material
for a beginner.
On 2/23/06, Chad Thomsen <chad.thomsen at gmail.com> wrote:
> In a few months my schedule is going to free itself up so I figued I would
> try and take the fast track to learning linux. I have a linux box at
> and one here at work. I am slowly incorporating linux based programs in
> Windows/as400 centric network. I have been fumbling with it when I have
> but have not dedicated much time to it lately because free time is at a
> premium right now. I would like to "really" learn linux so I thougth
> Linux+. Is it a waste of time? If its not, what books do you recommend?
> Will it open any doors in the future if I have it on my resume. I figured
> it would not hurt. Any opinions or advice?
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