Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Fwd: Linux at Sun: The Big Push
Gack. If it takes more than one book to do the deed,
I'm going to have to keep paying my ISP. That's
the limit of the complexity I'm prepared to deal with! (01)
John Sechrest wrote: (02)
> Eric Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> % Man. You guys are making me salivate.
> % My budget simply won't *allow* another machine. And where
> % would I keep it?
> % BTW:
> % Now that I have a DSL line, and a router, I should set up a system
> % that lets me be my own ISP. Any recommendations on systems
> % or "servers for dummies" books I should read?
> For any of the basic "services" I would recommend getting the
> O'Reilly book on that subject. http://www.ora.com
> For a general system admin book, I use the
> "System administrator handbook by evi nemeth,et al"
> There is an amazing about you can get done by going to
> yahoo and saying
> +servicename +linux +tutorial
> Most of what you need is already done on most of the linux
> configs. And if you put up webmin as part of the tools, you can
> get a gui to manipulate the services.....
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