FreeBSD Questions wrote:
And what about "Absolute FreeBSD"? It's updated for FreeBSD 7, so I
know it's current. Is it a "good book"? Is it worth the read? How
valuable is its content? (I know I'm asking some very subjective
questions, but if I'm going to spend hundreds of $$$ to build my
library in this area, I'd like at least a couple of opinions about the
books I buy.)
Absolute FreeBSD is an excellent book, a must have if you ask me.
Excellent tips, very good explanation of how things work, relaxed and
easy writing style.
You will get a lot out of this book. (Note: it is concentrated on server
tasks, you will not get any "X" tips from it)
Personally, I don't think I'd ever buy "The FreeBSD Handbook". It's a
really good resource, but as long as it's actively updated
electronically it's too dynamic to buy a hardcopy. I'd much rather
read it online where I can get the latest revisions.
True, the handbook is under constant development - and it should be, to
match the system
I have a printed version, and it is outdated in several sections. I find
hardcopies easier to read though.
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