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|Title||SCO Companion: The Essential Guide for Users and System Administrators|
|Publisher||Prentice Hall PTR|
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Reviewer Rob Slade wrote:
Ah, the dream of every support person. Write a book about your system, so that
the users can learn everything they need to know about it, and they will stop
calling with stupid questions. Sorry, Jim, the dumb ones won't read this, and
they'll still keep calling. But the reasonably intelligent ones will rise up
and call you blessed.
This is one terrific UNIX guide. I don't use SCO, but I'm still tempted to
keep it on my shelf anyway. This is for those who both want to understand and
to use the system. It provides a thorough background, not only to SCO UNIX but
also to computers in general. Mohr gives the reasons behind, the how to, and
the likely traps and misunderstandings. The explanations are not only
readable, but leavened with a humour that properly supports the concept or
topic under discussion. If you do use SCO's product, particularly if you are
starting out, this is an unparalleled resource.
(Jimmo, can we interest you in Linux?)
copyright Robert M. Slade, 1996
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