A Quarter Century of Unix, by Peter H. Salus, 256
pages published by Addison Wesley, 1994, ISBN 0-201-54777-5. This is
a good review of the history of Unix with many interesting insights.
Well worth a read if you are interested in where Unix came from and
you can find a copy of the book.
The Cathedral and the Bazaar: Musings on Linux and
Open Source by an Accidental Revolutionary, by Eric S. Raymond, 288
pages, published October 1999 by O'Reilly & Associates, ISBN
1565927249. Discusses the free software business model. The author
is an identity in the Open Source movement and here captures a model
of Open Source and Free Software development.
Linux in A Nutshell: A Desktop Quick
Reference, Second Edition, by Ellen Siever, 632 pages, published
February 1999 by O'Reilly & Associates, ISBN 1565925858. An
excellent reference to many standard GNU and Unix tools. An
intermediate resource between this current book which aims to get
you started with the tools and fully fledged manuals.
The Linux Sampler: A Linux Resource
Guide, by Belinda Frazier and Laurie Tucker, 240 pages, published
November 1994 by Specialized Systems Consultants, ISBN
0916151743. Presents an overview of Linux from the point of view of
where, how, and why it is being used, with a little technical help
Linux Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition, by Paul
Sheer, 500 pages, published January 2002 by Prentice Hall, ISBN
0130333514. Presents an excellent guide to many aspects of the Linux
operating system. Also available from
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