Linux Books

Centos 6 Linux Server Cookbook

Centos 6 Linux Server Cookbook
Johnathan Hobson

Centos 6 Linux Server Cookbook is an all-purpose guide to getting you up and going on your CentOS server. It’s really designed for beginners to hit the ground running and get going with their CentOS servers. One of the key benefits of the book is that its structure makes it extremely easy to search and find what you’re looking for.

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Linux Server Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools

Linux Server Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools
Rob Flickenger

A major hole is a lot of technical literature is for the intermediates. Beyond the beginners and the ‘Linux:101’ guides, but still a step below the top tier advanced methodologies and abstract concepts, they tend to fall between the gap. Rob Flickenger’s book Linux Server Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools, published by the acclaimed O’Reilly Media group is perfect for those beyond the basics but not quite admin pro.

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PHP and MySQL Web Development

Automating Linux and Unix System Administration (Expert’s Voice in Linux)
Nathan Campi & Kirk Bauer

A huge part of any system administrator’s job is working out how to make their job faster and easier.

This is book to help you do that.

Automating Linux and Unix System Administration helps system admins program and utilize CFEngine to automate grunt tasks and free up your time to do other more important (and more fun) things.

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