If you're a Linux administrator and you're not familiar with O'Reilly's best selling Linux book, Linux in a Nutshell, or if you just don't own a copy,
you need to buy one. Although it costs about $40, its content is equally weighty and probably provides the most information on Linux per dollar of any
book in print. It's now in its fourth edition, and it's still a must-own book for Linux administrators.
September 16, 2003