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Red Hat Linux Networking and System Administration

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Average Customer Rating: 3.8

Customer Rating: 5
Summary: The Best Linux Networking Book in print today!!!
Comment: I have "Red Hat Unleashed" and "Red Hat the complete reference"...both are helpful books if you already know networking. They are both more like dictionaries or reference journals though. "Red Hat Linux Networking and System Administration " takes you from planning a network all the way through to the end with very specific instructions...a much better text to start your Linux journey into networking. BUY THIS BOOK!!!

Customer Rating: 5
Summary: Prep for the RHCE
Comment: Clear - accurate map of the topics covered in the RHCE certification. This book includes the RHCE topics and skills but most importantly does things the Red Hat way. This book is not designed for Linux newcomers but with about 3-5 months of study you can get up to speed (assuming you know networking). Not only does it provide explanations but also gives examples. I have found in many Linux books that the examples given do not work or minor details are left out (causing major headaches). The examples in this book are real and accurate. For my Linux courses this is one of three core books I reccommend to my students.

Customer Rating: 5
Summary: Well done - a bit outdated in 2003
Comment: It's a great book with very thorough descriptions of things that other books (e.g. RH 8 unleashed) gloss over or don't cover at all - NIS as an example. Doesn't just tell you the commands to use like some ceritifcation books but explains how things are structured from the ground up. It's getting a little outdated although fundamentally it's still ok.