Books I own 2006

Linux Professional InstituteI can’t seem to pass a book shop or stand without finding some Linux/Open Source book I wish I had. O’Reilly had a stand at LugRadio Live and I spent a g ood 20 minutes drooling at the wide choice available, if it had not been for my daughter dragging me away I would have had to smuggle my purchase in the house probablysecreted up my jumper.So far I am the proud owner of the following;

  1. LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell, Second Edition
  2. Linux Pocket Guide
  3. Linux Annoyances for Geeks
  4. Linux Server Hacks
  5. Linux in a Nutshell
  6. Learning the bash Shell
  7. LPIC I Exam Cram 2
  8. PHP, MySQL and Apache
  9. Red Hat Linux Bible, Fedora and Enterprise Edition
  10. Linux Troubleshooting Bible
  11. RHCT Red Hat Certified Technician Linux Study Guide (Exam RH202& RH302)
  12. MySQL

I do have all the SuSE manuals from Version 8 onwards, you’d think I
could start my own Library! I did see another book the other day;

Linux Bible 2007 Edition: Boot Up to Fedora, KNOPPIX, Debian, SUSE, Ubuntu, and 7 Other Distributions

If anyone wants to buy me a present………..

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