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Can someone suggest a good Linux book

 
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I short while back I posted that I was wishing to learn to develop in a Unix environment. A lot of jobs require programming in a UNIX environment I was passed up the other day for a job because of my lack of experience in regards to UNIX. I was wondering if someone could suggest a good book to pick up. A book like a "Linux for java developers" type of book. Thank you for your time.
 
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There really isn't a java linux book, try Running Linux by Walsh, that's a good book.
 
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Why not!
Check Java Programming on Linux by Nathan Mayers, Wait Group Press.
Good for those who are new to Linux and somewhat familier with Java
[ November 17, 2003: Message edited by: Prabu Swami ]
 
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