[lug] Holy Grail Book Recommendations

Chip Atkinson chip at pupman.com
Thu Jan 11 17:16:45 MST 2007

TCP/IP Illustrated, volume 1, by Stevens.  Not linux necessarily, but
after you read it, you know *how* the protocols work which gives you a
tremendous leg up in debugging all sorts of thigns from name servers, web,
dhcp, etc.

The Linux network administrator's guide is kind of old but it worked well
for me when I was using it.  

Overall, I have to say tht the Stevens book is one of the best.  It is
considered the network programming bible by some. :-)


On Thu, 11 Jan 2007, karl horlen wrote:

> I'm wondering if anyone can receommend their favorite
> best overall book for two separate categories, linux
> networking and linux security.
> I know everybody probably has multiple recommendations
> in each category.  If you list more than one book per
> category, highlight the one you would take on a desert
> island.
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