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1.5)  What are some useful Unix or C books?

      Mitch Wright (mitch@cirrus.com) maintains a useful list of Unix
      and C books, with descriptions and some mini-reviews.  There are
      currently 167 titles on his list.

      You can obtain a copy of this list by anonymous ftp from
      ftp.rahul.net (192.160.13.1), where it's "pub/mitch/YABL/yabl".
      Send additions or suggestions to mitch@cirrus.com.

      Samuel Ko (kko@sfu.ca) maintains another list of Unix books.
      This list contains only recommended books, and is therefore
      somewhat shorter.  This list is also a classified list, with
      books grouped into categories, which may be better if you are
      looking for a specific type of book.

      You can obtain a copy of this list by anonymous ftp from
      rtfm.mit.edu, where it's "pub/usenet/news.answers/books/unix".
      Send additions or suggestions to kko@sfu.ca.

      If you can't use anonymous ftp, email the line "help" to
      "ftpmail@decwrl.dec.com" for instructions on retrieving
      things via email.

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