Yesterday after work, we went to the local Borders again, as the only Starbucks in this city could only be found there. Borders is a large bookstore and I normally go there to get magazines, books or coffee. One book caught my eye: It's a textbook on SuseLinux 10.1. The book is almost as large as a Kumar and Clark (Kumar and Clark is a famous medical textbook used by almost all medical students) and costs £25 (OMG, just found out that on Amazon it's only £19!!).
It has a DVD with Suse Linux and as far as I could see from flicking the pages it's easy to read and guides users using Linux all the way from installation to much more expert methods. I'm very intrigued ...
I'm very interested to learn much more on Linux and this book would definitely help. Although it's relatively expensive and my budget for last month's "unnecessary" expenses have been used up (I recently bought the PS2 game: Dragon Quest 8, that'd be in another blog entry;).
Although, I've just got paid again yesterday:)
Readers, should I buy this book?