Re: any good fedora books out there?

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David Jackson wrote:
-> Message: 9
-> Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 04:41:35 -0500 (EST)
-> From: "Robert P. J. Day" <rpjday@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
-> To: Fedora List <fedora-list@xxxxxxxxxx>
-> Subject: any good fedora books out there?
-> Reply-To: fedora-list@xxxxxxxxxx
-> to go along with a couple fedora courses i've written, i'm curious
-> if there are any worthwhile fedora books that i could consider adding
-> to the student kit.  any recommendations?  (if you've written any
-> yourself, feel free to be self-serving.)
-> rday

Well not yet but this is a good starting point for upcoming releases:

I have read a number of the one's written by Chris Negus and for previous
RedHat versions they were rather good. The RedHat 8.0  Bible was easy to
read, well organized albeit a bit limited in scope, I would have preffered
bit more nitty gritty in terms of configuration but it is a good starting
point. Mind you that the difference between RH 8/9 and FC1 are, in terms

general user and administration terms, so little that you could probably
pick one of these "old" books up for a penny and a scratch and give it a

That an excellent point, I have used Redhat since 7.x? And I don't see much difference.

Keeping in mind that Fedora is Redhat,and Redhat is Linux you could start
with the docs on the Redhat's mainsite, and then move on to Linux Doc
Project at


Came across one of those "24 Hours" books the other day (Brisbane Australia ) very suprised as computer tech books are a month or two behind the world here, it was 'Fedora' with 2 publishers FC1 CD's.Didn't note the publisher.


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