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I was wondering if anybody knew further information on the 5th edition of the UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook. The 4th edition is highly recommended in the community as one of the essential books to read. I'm aware of the sad events of Evi disappearing at Sea, which is a tragedy. I was browsing through Amazon and I noticed a "UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook (5th Edition)" available listed for pre-order with a release date of August 11, 2017. I am curious if there is any news if this is a legit release and it's being done by other authors? Link here: https://www.amazon.com/UNIX-Linux-System-Administration-Handbook/dp/0134277554 I checked Prentice Hall's website but nothing was listed. Anybody have further insight? I was planning on buying the 4th edition, but if the 5th edition is coming out later this year, I may just wait. I'm not sure if they are collaborating with different authors or what. submitted by /u/zirge [link] [comments]

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Hey, I'm planning to build a NAS / Combined home media server and backups. I've read up on FreeNAS for ZFS but it seems a bit limited and I'm used to Ubuntu server so I want ZFS on that. What are some good cheap motherboards that work well on linux server distributions like ubuntu or centos, that also support lots of SATA controllers flawlessly? I might go for a rack-mounted case but don't need enterprise level / server grade equipment. Thanks in advance submitted by /u/Fnorrbart [link] [comments]

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