>I second this call for info. I'm in a similar position, except that I'm
>not getting paid for it (i.e., I'm a grad student and I was out of the
>country when this choice assignment was handed out...).
>I have the yellow N.S.S. UNIX admin book, but not the Hunter book. Can
>anyone out there comment on the merits of that tome? Is is
>better/worse/a useful addition to/superfluous when one owns the N.S.S.
H&H has a unique feature throughout the book called "Manager's Corner",
which deals with the managment of UNIX systems/users *and* how-to-deal-with
novice (mainframe?:) UNIX managers. H&H is the only reference I am
aware of that deals with this human-factor issue.
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