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The must-read Linux books of 2010

Just because 2009 is coming to a close doesn't mean Linux system administrators can take a break. There's always more to learn about your favorite open source systems; just take a look at these five books coming in 2010. Get tips and advice on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, using Ubuntu and Eucalyptus in the cloud and other important Linux topics in these must-read Linux masterpieces.

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Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Unleashed: 2010 Edition
By: Andrew Hudson and Paul Hudson
Publish date: April 19, 2010 (Sams)

The 2010 version of this annual discussion on Red Hat's Fedora-based Linux distribution will feature advanced desktop and enterprise administration tips for Fedora 12, Centos 5.3 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.



Beginning Linux Cloud Administration: Using Ubuntu & Eucalyptus

By: Sander van Vugt
Publish date: March 15, 2010 (Apress)

This book aims itself at Linux users looking to hop into cloud computing by offering steps on installing, configuring and managing your Linux cloud.



SUSE Linux 11 Unleashed

By: Michael McCallister
Publish date: January 18, 2010 (Sams)

Get the most out of openSUSE 11.1 and SUSE Enterprise Linux 11 with this book on administering Apache Web servers, SUSE programming tips and the extensive system management enhancements included in SUSE 11.



Linux Kernel Development (3rd Edition)

By: Robert Love
Publish date: June 28, 2010 (Addison-Wesley Professional)

Written for programmers who want to understand the Linux kernel and write and develop kernel code, this book covers all the major subsystems and features of the latest version of the Linux 2.6.xx kernel.



Ubuntu Linux Bible

By: William von Hagen
Publish date: May 17, 2010 (Wiley)

This book delves into the features of Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04, including the synchronization of packages from other distributions, the newest Linux kernel enhancements and the latest release of GNOME.

For more on enterprise Linux books due to publish in 2010, click here.

This was first published in December 2009

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