Linux Newbie Administrator Guide
by Stan, Peter and Marie Klimas
Number of pages: 184
A complete reference for new Linux users who wish to set up and administer their own Linux home computer, workstation or their home or small office network. The answers are meant to be simple, with just sufficient detail, and always supported with a readily usable example.
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