Linux: A Comprehensive Introduction and Certification Guide
April 26, 2002
Jeffrey Dean has written a book that provides a broad but detailed introduction to the Linux operating system, which is becoming increasingly popular for IT managers and home users. The book covers topics such as the graphical user interface, office applications, and cost savings. With the rise of Linux usage, there is a need for trained administrators, leading to the development of certification programs like LPI (Linux Professional Institute). IBM is one of the companies that has invested heavily in Linux, and many other companies are also using it for various purposes. The book provides a strong overview of Linux and its uses, making it useful not only for those seeking certification but also for anyone looking to make the most of Linux.