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Review: The Linux Cookbook

timothy posted more than 12 years ago | from the add-penguin-and-stir-till-done dept.

Linux 126

Craig Maloney writes with this review of The Linux Cookbook, a hope-inspiring entrant in the still too-small category of generalized, readable references for non-programmers, as well as the even-smaller category of books with a complete free version online. Craig's found some flaws as well as bright spots, but it still sounds like a good book to check out for users who aren't sure which FM to R, no matter what their level of experience.

Allez Cuisine!

The Linux Cookbook is a collection of "recipes" for doing various tasks with your Linux machine. Where the Cookbook shines, though is the sheer number and variety of these recipes. There are plenty of varied tasks covered in the book, from the simple 'How do I copy a file?' to the more complex 'How do I archive a web site?', Six chapters deal with the various aspects of text: analyzing, searching and replacing, grammar checking, and formatting. There are even chapters dealing with the less-explored topics of customizing X, setting up reminders, and editing sound files.

Recipe Format:

The recipe format is both the book's strongest feature and its weakest point. The recipes make for a well-organized and logical structure to find information. Each point and sub-point is clearly marked, and makes for a very quick and enjoyable read. Unfortunately, topics that could benefit from a different approach are just not covered thoroughly. In the section for listing files, ls is well covered, while Midnight Commander is briefly introduced. This wouldn't bother me as much, except Midnight Commander and Mozilla URLs are given at the beginning of the section. This presentation could also lead people to think the material presented is the only way, or the best way to do these commands. There is only one method mentioned for shutting down a Linux machine; the venerable CTRL-ALT-DEL. No mention is made in the book of the shutdown command. Granted, CTRL-ALT-DEL will get the job done, but I'm not sure I would have presented it as the best, or only way to shut down a Linux machine. [T - Especially when on many distros, CTRL-ALT-DELETE is configured to restart rather than shut down the machine; this behavior, though, is configurable through /etc/inittab.]

Season to taste:

As I've mentioned in the previous section, some of the commands the author chose as his answers are quite curious to me. In the section to find hostnames from IP addresses, the author has chosen to use the command "dig" rather than the command I generally use "nslookup". Granted, "dig" gives other useful information aside from the IP and hostname, but the author doesn't seem to care about the additional information when presenting the output of the command.

This book also concentrates on using GNU and Open Source software for it's solutions. There is no mention of software that is not strictly Open Source. The only package information is for the Debian distribution by providing the apt name for retrieving the package. No other distribution is mentioned as having packages available. The author's reasoning is that Debian is the only "entirely committed to free software by design" distribution. URL's are provided only for packages that are not distributed by default with Debian, which might prove to be a nuisance for people using other distributions. I found myself trying some recipes, only to find my distribution didn't include that command by default.

Linux is a command-line operating system by default, and this book tries to work within those defaults by providing command-line methods rather than GUI methods. This gets around some of the various intricacies of the various distributions, but might prove confusing for the person who boots up the first time and can't find virtual console one because GDM is running. When appropriate, the book will defer to a GUI tool rather than a command-line tool. The GIMP is briefly discussed for several of the recipes, and GUI programs make up less than 10% of the answers to the recipe questions.

So, what's in it for me?:

It's tough for me to fully recommend this book to everyone. For the beginner, I recommend caution when starting off with this book. They may want to make this book their second book along with an installation and getting started tutorial. Beginners will find this book invaluable once they have a firm grasp on their distribution before being able to fully handle this book. For the seasoned Linux user, I recommend reading this book while putting your suppositions aside. There is plenty of good information to be had in these pages, and the author has tried painstakingly to make the answers in it as relevant to every Linux user as he can. The Linux Cookbook is a useful collection for those who don't mind getting comfortable with their shell prompt and a search engine.

There is also an electronic version of this book available at http://dsl.org/cookbook which is a living version of the printed book; for the sake of this review, only the printed book was reviewed.


You can purchase The Linux Cookbook from Fatbrain.

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fp? (-1)

n3r0.m4dski11z (447312) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798735)

sure i got fp but does it matter?

Re:fp? (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798758)

UR A TOOL!

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Iron Chef (2, Funny)

FortKnox (169099) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798746)

'Allez Cuisine' was a nice touch, but you shoulda used more iron chef references in the article... ;-)

mmm roast penguin (5, Funny)

bludstone (103539) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798753)

im sorry, but when i saw "the linux cookbook" along side the pictue of tux, i suddenly had a mental image of the spunky non-threatening linux mascot, baked in its own juices, with an apple in his mouth.. served up with a side of mashed potatos and gravy.

mmm, linux. delicious.

Spunky? (-1)

ringbarer (545020) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798777)

As in full of spunk? Filthy dirty grey glops of manseed squirting up inside his cavity?

I like that thinking, bubba!

The recipie: (5, Funny)

wiredog (43288) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798881)

  • First, catch the penguin.
  • Pluck and clean the bird.
  • Cut up the bird.
  • Since penguins are tough, it will have to be marinated, I recommend overnight in a good strong red wine.
  • Place bird in pot with red wine to cover, some chopped onions, some garlic, the usual herbs.
  • Put pot in preheated 300 degree (Farenheit) oven. Cook for two hours.
  • Strain the sauce, thicken with a roux, spoon over bird bits.

Re:The recipie: (4, Funny)

Waffle Iron (339739) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799033)

Here's an alternate Penguin recipie that I got from a Killer Whale I know:
  • First, catch the penguin.
  • Swallow it whole.
  • Repeat from from step 1 until sated.

More Free Recipes (1)

Tom7 (102298) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799124)

Here are some tasty randomly-generated recipes:

http://snoot.org/factory/recipe/

(Sorry, this is OT but not entirely irrelevant. ;))

What's this (-1)

CmderTaco (533794) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798768)

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nslookup and dig (3, Informative)

bfree (113420) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798774)

Curiously if you install Debian testing/woody (the base has frozen) and try to run nslookup you will be told it is obsolete and that you should use dig. I like nslookup and understand it far better than dig so I do like they say and use the -sil option to get rid of the extra crud it spews to tell me this, but I guess there must be a reason for this so I'll have to learn how to dig properly, anyone know it?

Re:nslookup and dig (1, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798875)

<flame>I thought Linux was about choices? I thought we flamed MS every time they decided an old piece of software was obsolete? I thought we "believed" that once you owned a software package, it should be maintainable/usable forever?</flame>

More seriously, I like the feel and simplicity of nslookup. Is it so hard to maintain? Why annoy us with the deprication message when you can just give us more choices? If I need dig, I use dig. If I need a simple nslookup, well..

Re:nslookup and dig (3, Insightful)

bfree (113420) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798906)

Do you know why they added the message to nslookup? The message they added explains that you can disable the message (and hell this is Debian, so unless you put the non-free stuff into your sources.list you can be sure that you can get the source ot any apps to do what you want). I presume there is a real reason why Debian made this choice. To compare this however to MS is insane, MS would simply have stripped nslookup so you could not use it (unless you installed it from elsewhere) and told everyone how great the replacement is. Debian tell you that they think you should change, but it's up to you. To your more serious comments, I like nslookup too, but I can see ways to improve it (type "next" or something to get it to select one of the eligable next nameserves along the chain to the result you require). If 90% of the planet decides they want to hack on dig, that means dig is probably the way to go, but as they are both GPL you can pick up nslookup and maintain/fork it one it is not "so hard to maintain".

Re:nslookup and dig (1)

cjwatson (224090) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799091)

I don't think this choice was up to Debian (I don't really like it either, but hey). BIND upstream decided they wanted to deprecate nslookup.

Re:nslookup and dig (2, Informative)

Howie (4244) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798930)

dig's output is typically easier to deal with using awk or grep and the manpage for it says as much, but I don't know why you'd want to actively stop using nslookup (I use dig - I just prefer it).

Re:nslookup and dig (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799393)

Um, for the clueless, this has nothing to do with Debian. The change was in ISC BIND. The world doesn't revolve around your pet distribution...

use "host" (3, Informative)

mattdm (1931) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799483)

99% of the time, I find that dig is overkill (and ugly), and instead I use the "host" program (also included with the bind-utils).

Another (-1)

CmderTaco (533794) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798784)

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nlslookup is depricated (2, Informative)

quadcitytj (320706) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798786)

I think this might be the reason that nlslookup is not mentioned:

[tj@pheonix tj]$ nslookup
Note: nslookup is deprecated and may be removed from future releases.
Consider using the `dig' or `host' programs instead. Run nslookup with
the `-sil[ent]' option to prevent this message from appearing.
> exit

dig is much better, IMHO, once you get used to it.

Re:nlslookup is depricated (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799028)

I thought Linux was about choices? I thought we flamed MS every time they decided an old piece of software was obsolete? I thought we "believed" that once you owned a software package, it should be maintainable/usable forever?

More seriously, I like the feel and simplicity of nslookup. Is it so hard to maintain? Why should Debian annoy us with the deprication message when it could just give us more choices? If I need dig, I use dig. If I need a simple nslookup, well...

Re:nlslookup is depricated (4, Informative)

Tet (2721) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799067)

dig is much better

No, dig is an apalling tool. While it may well be far more powerful than nslookup, the interface it presents to the end user is awful. It highlights perfectly everything that is wrong with letting the average geek design a user interface. Remember, it's not just DNS administrators that want to do DNS queries. Plus, of course, not all the world uses BIND any more. Naturally, I firmly believe that I'm the exception -- a geek that can design a user interface for the rest of the world. Perhaps that's the problem, though, and we're all naïve (or is that arrogant?) enough to overestimate our abilities, and believe we can accurately guage (and allow for) the stupidity of the average end user. But for now, I'll continue living in my sheltered world, believing myself superior. I prefer it that way :-)

Re:nlslookup is depricated (2, Insightful)

nagora (177841) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799087)

Nslookup isn't exactly user-friendly either!

Re:nlslookup is depricated (2, Insightful)

Tet (2721) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799115)

Nslookup isn't exactly user-friendly either!

Everything is relative. Compare the output of "nslookup slashdot.org" and "dig slashdot.org"...

Re:nlslookup is depricated (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799379)

Nice. I'm convinced. I don't know what "average users" are and don't really care to know (ignorance being bliss and all ;). But having way too much info that's easily piped through other commands like this (nslookup slashdot.org vs. dig slashdot.org) is way cool, IMHO. Go geek code!

BTW, nslookup appears to have been dep'd for awhile (among various distros). And we can still flame M$ in good conscience because if you don't like alias'ing -sil then you can rewrite the bloody program yourself!

<g>

-Mr. Davies

Re:nlslookup is depricated (2)

A Commentor (459578) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799361)

What they should do is have multiple hardlinks to the same executable...

The program can check the value of 'argv[0]' and determine the format to display the output in. The old ZModem program used to do this to support the older protocols of YModem and XModem.. Thus depending on how it was called 'rz - zmodem, rb - ymodem, or rx - xmodem' the program would know what to default to.

Re:nlslookup is depricated (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799455)

This is discouraged by the GNU Coding Standards.

-Mr. Davies

People who bought this book also bought (-1, Offtopic)

Slashdot Cruiser (227609) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798795)

Chilton's Auto Repair Manual for the Plymouth P/T Cruiser

The Hobbit's Guide to Picking up Elves

Seven Days to Learn Windows XP and Keep You Job

Re:People who bought this book also bought (-1)

The Turd Report (527733) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798834)

Hey. Who won you? Or, did you escape and are now roaming N. America?

Re:People who bought this book also bought (-1, Offtopic)

Slashdot Cruiser (227609) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798877)

Damn sure wasn't one of these humourless moderators.

Re:People who bought this book also bought (-1)

The Turd Report (527733) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798897)

I hope it wasn't a Linux user either. Those guys stink. The one a few cubes down has some serious funk going. I start to tear up when ever he comes and talks to me.

Re:People who bought this book also bought (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799260)

I think the kid in who flew the plane into a building in Tampa was a Linux user.

Do you like my... (-1)

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Wonderful! (2, Informative)

Tyler Eaves (344284) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798804)

Spent the last few minutes browsing the online version, and I must say I'm quite impressed. Real usable docs for the average user, but they still tell the nuts and bolts too. Bravo!

(User runs off to order)

Results of the 2201 Troll Awards! (-1)

The Turd Report (527733) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798814)

Thanks to all who voted in the 2001 Troll Awards. I have added up all the votes and here is what came out:

-Best Troll of 2001: Egg Troll
Other Nominees:
Genghis Troll
The WIPO Troll
TRoLLaXoR
Big_Ass_Spork
The Turd Report
sllort
Klerck
Ralph JewHater Nader

-Worst Troll of 2001: WIPO Troll
Other nominees:
CmderTaco
Big Ass Spork
JonKatz
George WIPO Bush
The Lyrics Guy
Flarners
Frank White
Wil Wheaton
Klerck

-Most Improved Troll: WIPO Troll
Other nominees:
The Turd Report
core10k
Big_Ass_Spork
Archie Bunker
Perdida
BankofAmerica_ATM

-Troll Lifetime Achievement Award: The Turd Report
Other nominees:
WIPO Troll
Sunken Kursk
Egg Troll
OSM
The_Messenger
Shoeboy
Big_Ass_Spork

-Best Troll post of 2001: Egg Troll's GPL Troll
Other nominees:
The mimbleton attack
I DO IT WRONG! post
The Turd Report's reports
The 2001 Troll Awards
Taco Snotting FAQ
Egg Troll's C: A Dead Language? troll
anything by The Messenger

-Best CrapFlood Material: ASCII goatse.cx
Other nominations:
Taco Snotting
I DO IT WRONG! post
Any Adeqacy crapola
All AC posts
Klerck's page widening/lengthening posts

-Most hated Slashdot Janitor: Michael
Other nominees:
JonKatz
Roblimo
Timothy
Cliff
Jamie
CmdrTaco

-Slashdot Janitor Most Likely to Get Fired: Jon Katz
Other nominees:
Michael
Timothy
ChrisD
Cliff
Jamie
All of them

-Troll You Would Want to Drink a Beer With: WIPO Troll
Other nominees:
Genghis Troll
TRoLLaXor
Fort Knox
The Turd Report
euroderf
The Messenger
mackga
Egg Troll
The Lyrics Guy
Big Ass Spork

-Troll That You Would Not Want to Be Trapped in an Elevator With: WIPO Troll
Other nominees:
Ghengis Troll
Frank White
Wil Wheaton
Klerck
Any Spork

-Gayest Slashdot Poster: TIE! Big_Ass_Spork or Anonymous Coward
Other nominees:
rasactive
WIPO Troll
Anyone who has something about ignoring ACs in their sig
Will Wheaton
Wakko Warner
Wntrmute
JonKatz
Michael
CowboyNeal

Re:Results of the 2201 Troll Awards! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799278)

Disappointed the "Get some priorities" guy didn't get a mention.

The truth about hot dogs! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798822)

They are not dogs! Hot dog companies go round chopping off peoples cocks and putting them in tins! Would you eat a cock?

Re:The truth about hot dogs! (-1)

neal n bob (531011) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798963)

you chose the wrong site to ask that on? Kats, michael, Cmdr taco, jamie - all like the dogs. But j0n likes the smaller cocktail weiners - he thinks they came from little boys.

oh please (3, Informative)

Anonymous Pancake (458864) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798823)

What linux user is going to buy a book when there is a free version available online? Probably the same amount of people who actually buy boxed versions of linux.

And we just have to look at how the distro companies are doing to know the answer to that question.

Re:oh please (2, Insightful)

dunstan (97493) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798929)

Er, someone who wants to be able to look through a book rather than stare into a screen, to scribble in the margin, to read in the bath/loo. Or lend it to a friends, or leave it lying on the coffee table, or read it on the train.

A lot of people will buy a boxed GNU/Linux distribution the first time, and then either download or use Cheapbytes from there on, but that's for something which needs to go on the computer anyway. A book, however, can be read away from the computer.

Dunstan

Re:oh please (4, Insightful)

FortKnox (169099) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799070)

Absolutely. Bruce Eckel [bruceeckel.com] is writing "Thinking In Patterns for Java" that is on his webpage, but the day it comes out in print, I'm buying a copy. Its just easier to read in book form, and easier to pick up for reference. Plus I want to put more money in his pocket, cause he writes the best coding books I've ever seen, and deserves the cash...

Re:oh please (2)

peeping_Thomist (66678) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798962)

What linux user is going to buy a book when there is a free version available online?


I bought it a few months ago and have found it very useful. I can consult it when I'm away from a computer.

Re:oh please (2)

pizen (178182) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799166)

"Books are great. They're portable, they're wireless, and they have their own search engine in the back."
- Jim Greenlee, Georgia Tech CS professor on the benefits of the textbook.

Re:oh please (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799395)

I don't know about you but reading paper is easire than watching a screen for hours (like those fools trying to get the first post on slashdot). Besides the book would probably be easier to buy or get out from the library than printing out around 500 pages then trying to keep them together afterwards.

Only Debian? Well yeah... (3, Interesting)

fobbman (131816) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798828)

Quoted from the Introduction:

"For the purposes of this book, I will assume that you are using the Debian GNU/Linux distribution, which, of all the major distributions, is the only one designed and assembled in the same manner that the Linux kernel and most other free software is written -- by individuals."

He gave fair warning in the introduction. Maybe he should have called it The Debian Cookbook, but I think that by sticking with one fully free (speech) distro he's showing the true spirit of open-source software.

Re:Only Debian? Well yeah... (3, Funny)

kigrwik (462930) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798898)

That's because Debian is the only distribution which freezes its releases.

And it is widely known that geeks only 'cook' frozen meals: 3 minutes in the microwave, and eat with a plastic fork.

Re:Only Debian? Well yeah... (3, Funny)

fobbman (131816) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799246)

Microwaves are totally overkill. I left the top two 5¼ drive bays open on my Athlon system so I can slide my frozen dinner in there on a styrofoam tray. Cover the openings and I've got fully-cooked lasagna in about 15 minutes.

Advanced Micro(wave) Devices, indeed.

Re:Only Debian? Well yeah... (2)

abischof (255) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799377)

You're not serious... are you? (Hmm.. Perhaps HHOK [jargonfile.com] or HHOS [jargonfile.com] could have been appended to your post)

Re:Only Debian? Well yeah... (2)

fobbman (131816) | more than 12 years ago | (#2800017)

And that, my friend, is the best part about the joke. Ya just...don't...know.

I like leaving my leftover I brought for lunch out in the car until lunchtime during the summer (hold the mayo) so that it's nice and hot when I get to it. Unfortunately my insurance agent wouldn't let me reinsure my car as a household appliance.

CRAIG MALONEY AS A CHILD (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798835)

the truth is all revealed. horror.

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JonKatz licks dirty @$$h0le$ (-1)

CmderTaco (533794) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798839)

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what does Linux taste like? (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798849)


What does Linux taste like?
Tastes like free crap.

Baked Slashdot (5, Funny)

Bonker (243350) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798868)

Ingredients

1 Cluster of Linux Webservers

1 Instance of Slashcode

1 DB of your choice

3 Intelligent Posters

38 Whiny karma-whores, who post frequently and then complain when their 'me too' style posts are modded down.

493 Moderators who never follow the guidelines, even if they've ever bothered to read them.

roughly 400,000 Trolls, flamers, evangelsits, ASCII artists, Katz-bashers, goat-sex linkers, Taco-haters, Microsoft-5uXX0r's and other assorted losers.

Instructions:

Combine listed ingredients in any given environment, heating with a steady stream of press releases from Apple, Microsoft, VA-Linux, the EFF, or the RIAA/MPAA. You can cull these press releases directly from CNet, Wired, Salon, ZDNet, or CNN if you don't have any. Once brought to a roiling boil, let bake under its own heat for as long as you can stand.

Serve chilled, with white wine and flava beans. Serves 2

More Free+Online Books (5, Informative)

leastsquares (39359) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798876)

I have several freely available online books in my bookmarks. They are a great alternative to carrying huge tomes everywhere I go. I have three of the below books on real paper, but I use the online editions far more frequently:

Numerical Recipies [nr.com] - Numerical Recipes in C, 2nd edition is the numerical methods book.

Autobook [slashdot.org] - GNU Autoconf, Automake and Libtool.

GGAD [developer.org] - GTK+/Gnome Application Development by Havoc Pennington. I'm not sure which is better, the book or the authors name!

WGA [gnome.org] - Writing GNOME Applications by John R. Sheets. Not complete, which is a pity. I'm sure that will change though.

Docbook [docbook.org] - The definitive guide to SGML.

CVS book [red-bean.com] - Open Source Development with CVS by Karl Fogel. It is not quite the complete book, but it is the interesting bits.

FreeBSD Handbook [freebsd.org] - FreeBSD documentation.

Maximum RPM [rpmdp.org] - Documentation for the RedHat package manager.

Based on that list, can anybody suggest further online books that I may be interested in? (Don't bother telling me about the old O'Reilly books, I know about those)

Corrected GGAD address (3, Informative)

twilight30 (84644) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798989)

Should be here [gnome.org] - you reversed the first two parts of the address by mistake.

I think InformIT [informit.com] still do free online books -- they purchased Macmillan Press' old stuff and used to have many titles online.

Re:Corrected GGAD address (1)

nege (263655) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799643)

You might not be interested, but here is an awesome resource on the GIMP. It is called Grokking the GIMP [gimp-savvy.com] GIMP made me a little nervous at first, but now I'm slapping my friends faces on pr0n stars bodies in no time!!

Re:More Free+Online Books (3, Interesting)

c_monster (124327) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799019)

I can't help but make a shameless plug for my own free+online book [globalspin.com] about creating high-performance Web sites with Perl. Wait, I don't have to! My .sig will do it for me. :)

~chris

Re:More Free+Online Books (1)

leastsquares (39359) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799273)

I've just had a quick peek at your book. Nice. New Riders are great aren't they.

I really wonder whether releasing some of their books with a rather generous license harms or benefits the sales figures. I know that when I was looking for a book about GNOME, I bought Havoc's GGAD book in preference to one of the others because I liked the license.

Re:More Free+Online Books (1)

c_monster (124327) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799653)

I really wonder whether releasing some of their books with a rather generous license harms or benefits the sales figures.

I honestly don't know. I've noticed that my Amazon Sales Rank seems to improve when there are more visitors to the site, though. I assume that more people find the book with a Google search than would find it on the bookshelves.

~chris

Re:More Free+Online Books (4, Informative)

bcrowell (177657) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799051)

The Assayer is a site I run for user-submitted book reviews, with an emphasis on reviews of free books. Look here [theassayer.org] for a a database of free books, and here [theassayer.org] is a listing by subject. (The site includes some non-free books as well -- free ones have a bud or flower icon.)

Re:More Free+Online Books (2, Interesting)

delphi125 (544730) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799080)

Michael Abrash's Graphics Programming Black Book is nice and free: http://www.ddj.com/documents/s=865/ddj0165f/ Downloadable as a bunch of .pdf.gz files (1 per chapter)

Numerical Recipes (3, Informative)

KjetilK (186133) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799150)

Numerical Recipes in C, 2nd edition is the numerical methods book.

I can't really agree with that [nasa.gov] .

Re:Numerical Recipes (1)

leastsquares (39359) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799335)

I use NR extensively. I am not a mathematician by trade but release that the presented routines should never be used in a black-box fashion.

Their C code really sucks, but I'd always assummed that the text was basically correct. Your link provides pretty good proof that that is not the case.

(The licensing restrictions for the code appears to conflict with the GPL, so I generally can't/won't use it anyway).

Mad Propz to Klerck (-1)

CmderTaco (533794) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798880)

For the page lengthening post! I will post it with pride!!!

Re:Mad Propz to Klerck (-1)

Klerck (213193) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798913)

Mad propz to you sir!

Back by unpopular demand, more random number crapflooding!

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Mad Libs!!! (0)

Unknown Bovine Group (462144) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798922)

but it still sounds like a good book to check out for users who aren't sure which

F__________ M__________ to
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Re:Mad Libs!!! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799188)

Overrated huh. I hate you fucking brainless humorless moderators.

Another good CLI book... (5, Informative)

Howie (4244) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798947)

Not linux specific (thankfully!), and pretty CLI-oriented, the Unix Power Tools book is something I found really good for learning the neat wrinkles in things like the shell, sed and awk. It's organised as lots of half-page articles which are densely cross-referenced, a little like the Effective C++ series by Scott Meyers or Effective Perl by Joeseph Hall. Published by O'Reilly - it's not an animal book though - it's much bigger. Good for dipping.

Re:Another good CLI book... (2)

booch (4157) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799221)

I agree whole-heartedlt that UNIX Power Tools is an excellent book. It's the only book that I have at work, and serves as an excellent reference to UNIX command-line arcana.

However, it is geared toward a completely different audience. It is a reference manual for seasoned UNIX users, not Linux newbies.

Re:Another good CLI book... (1)

Howie (4244) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799295)

Do you think so?
I got a copy when I got my first Unix account (not machine) at college, and I found it very helpful. I can see that it wouldn't so good if you are supposed to be adminning your own system.

[rant]I miss the days of large shared unix systems. There was a sense of community among the users at a site that isn't there today.[/rant]

??? (-1)

CmderTaco (533794) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798951)

Why is my freaks list getting longer?

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Want a new car for free? (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798958)

Our car-manufacturing company has developed a new revolutionary business model for making cars.

We give away the cars for free and then we sell services for those cars! If you want to we can clean your car, wax it or you can use some of our other services.

We get cash from a couple of VC's, the rest of them simple don't "get it". If we need more we just call "the suits".

WHY (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798960)

R U PPL ST1LL HUNG UP ON LOSERNIX. EVERY1 KNOWZ WINDOWZ IS THE HAX0RS OS. I AM HAX0RING YOUR LINUX BOXEN RIHT N0W F00L!!!!1!!!

B1FF OWNZ J00

dig this... (0, Redundant)

Hooya (518216) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798971)

when you run nslookup, you get this -- "Note: nslookup is deprecated and may be removed from future releases. Consider using the `dig' or `host' programs instead. Run nslookup with the `-sil[ent]' option to prevent this message from appearing." so kudos to the author of the book for using dig instead of nslookup. as far as the details of the output; that's exactly the problem. techies like us want to know each and every symbol that 's output. general folks just want to know a specific piece of info. and i think that the book rightly skips on those details. if that book were to document every option/symbol that's output by dig, and by extension, how to configure your DNS server so that dig displays something different when that server is queried; and then how to compile the server so that those options never even get compiled in -- soon you got yourself a 'recompiling UNIX from scratch' book. you gotta start somewhere. don't bash the book for leaving out some details.

Linux for Dummies (-1, Flamebait)

hadroner (411762) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798972)

Rename the book Linux for Dummies.
...but that is a contradiction? Dumb Linux users? Is there such a thing?

Re:Linux for Dummies (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799075)

Yes, although I'm sure most of them would deny it.

Re:Linux for Dummies (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799161)

There's already a book called linux for Dummies.

Re:Linux for Dummies (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799584)

I'd aruge that there's no other kind of Linux user...but you already knew that, didn't you?

I have it and have found it very useful (4, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2798979)

I own about a dozen Linux books now, but this is the best one for actually doing the basic things you need to do to get familiar with using Unix/Linux. I found the formulas for tarring and zipping and untarring and unzipping to be very nice. Just what I needed to know, nothing more, nothing less.

I highly recommend this book to people who have been dual-booting Linux for awhile but are still having a hard time installing software and configuring the environment - stuff too simple for the guys who know what they are doing to even talk about.

For a good time... (2, Funny)

cr@ckwhore (165454) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798991)

Cookbook for a good time:

1. Edit /etc/inittab
2. Change default runlevel to 6
3. Reboot
4. Reboot
5. Reboot
6. Reboot
7. Reboot
8. ...

It's on andamooka, slash site for annotations (5, Interesting)

CatherineCornelius (543166) | more than 12 years ago | (#2798993)

There is also an electronic version of this book available [here] [dsl.org] which is a living version of the printed book

Another site that carries it is the slashcoded Andamooka [andamooka.org] (with which I am not associated), which has the dual advantage of carrying many more open source books and permitting registered users to enter their own annotations on line.

Sounds like "linux for dummies" (1)

superpulpsicle (533373) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799001)

I remember how that book spent 4 chapters on how to "cd" into directories.

Re:Sounds like "linux for dummies" (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799196)

Books like that are actually useful for linux newbies. I remember when I first installed linux, and how I couldn't figure out how to do anything with the CLI. Every help article I found said stuff like "change to the /dev directory and edit the foo.bar file and your printer will work", but nowhere did it say exactly how. Most of us aren't born with cd, ls, and man burned into our brains, so books like that help a lot.

Re:Sounds like "linux for dummies" (1)

superpulpsicle (533373) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799458)

Except 5 questions into the installations, and you're already stuck with driver problems cause the book doesn't go in anymore details.

"Cookbook" as in "Perl Cookbook"? (2, Informative)

Mozz Alimoz (245834) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799029)

The Perl Cookbook [oreilly.com] published by O'Reilly [oreilly.com] was my most referenced book last year. Very common questions and all the right answers (there is often more than one right way.) I guess O'Reilly doesn't have rights to the "Cookbook" brand. No big deal, but I hope this book follows the same high standard.

PS:The "Programming Perl" was my previous favourite reference book, but the online "perldoc" documentation replaces that now.

Another Cooking Theme Author... (3, Informative)

LeftHanded (160472) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799041)

A regular Linux Journal [linuxjournal.com] columnist, Marcel Gagné writes about system administration using a French Chef theme. He has written a book: Linux System Administration: A User's Guide. Look for it at Barnes and Noble [barnesandnoble.com]

Fuck you! (-1)

Klerck (213193) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799059)

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Re:Fuck you! (-1)

CmderTaco (533794) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799265)

I always thought there should be like a "This space for rent" sign on that picture!

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Which FM to R (1, Troll)

Tom7 (102298) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799105)

> ... users who aren't sure which FM to R,

Actually, newbies, don't let him fool you -- it's rm -f, as in:

rm -f /bin/*

Now you're all set!

Re:Which FM to R (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799417)

No.. I believe its rm -rf /

Hey I know you (2, Funny)

SilentReproach (91511) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799540)

>rm -f /bin/*

I remember playing Quake CTF online and asked how to bind the grapple to a key. I think you must be the guy who advised me to type: "unbindall".

ease of use (2, Insightful)

jmkaza (173878) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799542)

This cookbook demonstrates linux's most fundamental flaw. Seeing on slashdot that this book was both a great reference for users of any experience level and also freely downloadable, I proceeded to dsl.org to get a copy. After downloading, I was able to unzip and untar it, but now have a folder full of 167 files I have no idea what to do with. I presume there's something that needs to be compiled or some install package of sorts, but why all the extra effort. Why can't the linux community pick up on the fact that 'Click here to download Cookbook.pdf or Cookbook.sxg' is what's needed to create a user base capable of putting a dent in Microsoft's market share.

Re:ease of use (1, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2799620)

Click to download Cookbook.PDF [carfield.com.hk]

You must have downloaded the sources. There are a couple HTML versions on the web or try "apt-get linuxcookbook" (for info version on Debian).

Then again, just buy a copy of the book...

dig vs. nslookup (3, Informative)

macdaddy (38372) | more than 12 years ago | (#2799655)

Personally I still use nslookup. I simply haven't taken the time to learn dig or I'd probably use it. IIRC however, the later versions of Bind include a warning at each use that says:
Note: nslookup is deprecated and may be removed from future releases. Consider using the `dig' or `host' programs instead. Run nslookup with the `-sil[ent]' option to prevent this message from appearing.
That said teaching dig instead of nslookup was probably wise. Both should have been thaught though. For the record, I keep an old copy of nslookup in my ~/bin so I don't have to put up with the warning. Yes I know about -sil. It seems like I also ran into something that the new version wouldn't do that the old one would. I think....
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