A good BSD Text Book?

Erich Dollansky oceanare at pacific.net.sg
Fri Jan 23 22:38:08 PST 2004


I have FreeBSD unleashed written by Micheal Urban and Brian 
Tiemann published by SAMS.

I would not say that it goes very deep into it but gives the hints 
you need to be able to dig deeper.

My copy is based on earlier 4.x and 5.0 version of FreeBSD. It 
should be updated meanwhile.

I would not say it is really good, but it was good enough for me 
to start with FreeBSD those days.


HarryH wrote:

> Hi,
> Can anyone recommend a/some really good BSD (4.8) books/manuals, for not only a BSD beginner, but for someone that will really get into detail in a short time?  What I found at Border's was a real beginner's book.  Or, will I end up with a couple of books?  I have the "Unix in a Nutshell" by O'Reilly but would like to zero in on BSD.
> Thanks,
> Harry 
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