[lug] Holy Grail Book Recommendations
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,
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
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