Can you explain UNIX Red books? Why they are so popular?
IBM UNIX and Linux Redbooks are technical books developed and published by IBM's International Technical Support Organization, the ITSO. Most sys admin finds Redbooks quite useful for solving the problems and getting most out of UNIX (AIX) and Linux operating systems. You will find Redbooks for Solaris, AIX, IRIX, FreeBSD, Tru64, OSF, HP-UX, and FreeBSD operating systems. They often include sample code and other support materials that are also available as downloads. They are available as hardcopy books, in IBM Redbooks CD-ROM collections, and on the Internet. See the official website to download RedBooks for your usage.
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