If you are a newbie in Linux system administration, or an experienced Linux power user, who does typical sysadmin tasks by yourself on your system, you’ll definitely find few books from this list helpful to add to your library. UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook, by Evi Nemeth, Garth Snyder, Trent R. Hein, Ben Whaley.
I want to gift a couple of really good books on SEO that are easy to implement in building web sites to a friend of mine who has just started out as a freelance web developer. But I know nothing about the subject, can you please suggest me some really useful books on this very subject of SEO?
I am Murugavel,working as an Embedded Design Engineer in ORBIT CONTROLS and SERVICES.I am new to RTOS so i need to know Which RTOS is easy to learn by self study anyone please suggest any books,
I read about RTlinux installation procedure and source code download and patching the kernel i felt difficult
in this, anyone please suggest full procedural books or articl
I'm thinking of revamping our books section. Usually we only get three books in there, and sometimes only two. I'm thinking of moving the free FSF advert we run somewhere else in the magazine, freeing up both pages, then changing the format so that the pictures are smaller and we have slightly fewer words per book. The end result would be, rather than three books an issue, we have six.
With tablets areound the corner for almost half decades and amazing applications like iBook, Kndle App for reading the books and magzines, where we can zoom, swipe, and even video presentation in the books and magzines. Reading the books in tablets is always convenient compared to physical books.
Why do the publishers don't publish most of the books in these formats?