Subject: Re: Book recommendations for NetBSD users
To: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 06/26/1998 22:00:42
> Many thanks to all who responded.
> Initial list now up on:
> If anyone has an additions, or in particular comments about why
> they would recommend a given book (or for what area they would
> recommend it), please let me know.
it's a good start, but now that i'm home, i feel a need to "share"
some of my own library. :)
* unix in a nutshell
authors: daniel gilly and the rest of the o'reilly staff
publication: o'reilly, 1992, isbn 1-56592-001-5
(it says svr4 on the cover but a lot of it still applies)
* 4.4bsd user's reference manual, user's supplementary documents, &
system manager's manual
publication: o'reilly, 1994, isbn 1-596592-075-9, 1-56592-076-7, &
(yeah, it's mostly just the man pages, but there's also a lot more
* unix network programming, volume 1, second edition
author: the right honorable w. richard stevens
publication: prentice hall, 1998, isbn 0-13-490012-X
(the first of a three volume rewrite of the first edition by the same
* advanced unix programming
author: marc j. rochkind
publication: prentice hall, 1985, isbn 0-13-011800-1
(all sorts of fun things)
* 4.4bsd programmer's reference manual & programmer's supplementary
publication: o'reilly, 1994, isbn 1-56592-078-3 & 1-56592-079-1
(again yeah, it's mostly just the man pages, but there's also a lot
i'll send more as the list develops and it bcomes pertinent. :)
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