On Fri, 14 Dec 2007 13:26:19 -0700
Chad Perrin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2007 at 07:01:20AM -0500, Sam I Am wrote:
> > The book announcement says that the book is completely revised.
> > (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/9781593271510/#top)
> > I am interested if this book covers mostly FreeBSD 6 or 7. I also
> > would like to see the table of contents online.
> > Maybe, I will just have to go to Borders or some place like that.
> Assuming we're still talking about Absolute FreeBSD . . .
> A review I found on Amazon indicates that it covers version 6, as
> well as some information about the upcoming version 7 (since 7 isn't
> in stable release yet).
I'm nearly done with this book - to me, I like reading many sources. As
we all have found out, there are many ways to do one thing.
This is what I feel is a benefit to having/reading variations to a
similar topic. Additionally, I always find new things out that I didn't
know before I started reading something on the same subject-matter.
Of course even when the subject-matter covers the things I knew
already, it's still a nice feeling of confirmation.
Just my inflation-version of two cents.
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