M. Kamran Azeem's book published.

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M. Kamran Azeem's book published.

Postby nayyares » Sun Dec 10, 2006 12:28 am

Hello All,

I want to congradulate Sir. Kamran Azeem on getting publish his Linux Pocket Reference Guide for Administrators book, he is the first Pakistani Author who have made this effort.

I have reviewed this book detail is as follow:

Author
Muhammad Kamran Azeem
MCS
RHCE, CCNA, OCP DBA
Manager Technical
Ora-Tech, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Abstract:

Book starts with basic linux commands and move to Admin level command line issues, then author will take you to Linux TCP/IP Networking, that includes setting up hostname, IP address,..., Author has a great approach to explain all the system/network service in context of some domain, in this case, he has configure DNS, with an example domain and after that all services like, FTP,DHCP,NFS,HTTPD(Apache),NIS,SAMBA,SQUID almost all servers are configured with all possible scenarios, as the book is written in a way that no pre-req knowledge is required so any body can get ride of any Linux service within few minutes. An other feature of the book is the Technician level hardware issues, like cabling etc... Author has excellent aproach on IPTABLES which clearly comes into play when he explain IPTABLES.

The best thing about the book is troubleshooting tips that has been provided even with errors no. which clearly shows the research has been done.

Price:

Rs.180/- plus postal charges (if not in Peshawar)

Contact Person:

Sohail Riaz
Emerging Technologies, Peshawar.
sohaileo@gmail.com
Ph: 0092-333-9183920
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thanks
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Postby Abdul Wajid » Sun Dec 10, 2006 1:03 am

Sounds great. I wanna buy his book. I know him when he gave solutions in Monthly Science Digest.
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Re: M. Kamran Azeem's book published.

Postby nomankhn » Mon Dec 11, 2006 10:20 am

nayyares wrote:Hello All,

I want to congradulate Sir. Kamran Azeem on getting publish his Linux Pocket Reference Guide for Administrators book, he is the first Pakistani Author who have made this effort.

I have reviewed this book detail is as follow:

Author
Muhammad Kamran Azeem
MCS
RHCE, CCNA, OCP DBA
Manager Technical
Ora-Tech, Islamabad, Pakistan.

Abstract:

Book starts with basic linux commands and move to Admin level command line issues, then author will take you to Linux TCP/IP Networking, that includes setting up hostname, IP address,..., Author has a great approach to explain all the system/network service in context of some domain, in this case, he has configure DNS, with an example domain and after that all services like, FTP,DHCP,NFS,HTTPD(Apache),NIS,SAMBA,SQUID almost all servers are configured with all possible scenarios, as the book is written in a way that no pre-req knowledge is required so any body can get ride of any Linux service within few minutes. An other feature of the book is the Technician level hardware issues, like cabling etc... Author has excellent aproach on IPTABLES which clearly comes into play when he explain IPTABLES.

The best thing about the book is troubleshooting tips that has been provided even with errors no. which clearly shows the research has been done.

Price:

Rs.180/- plus postal charges (if not in Peshawar)

Contact Person:

Sohail Riaz
Emerging Technologies, Peshawar.
sohaileo@gmail.com
Ph: 0092-333-9183920
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

thanks


Good Luck Kamran Azeem..


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Wel Done

Postby syed » Mon Dec 11, 2006 12:57 pm

AOA 2 ALL,

It is a really good job Mr. Kamran has done. I advice all the learners of Linux who need some reference books of Linux that read this book u will get lot of help from it.

One thing to ask this book is with Red Hat 9.0 or with Fedora configuration because I had chance to read Kamran's linux book which was for Red Hat 9.0. SO kindly inform me please.

Last but not least that make an effort to make this availble this book in all major cities of Pakistan such as Islamabad,Lahore,Karachi, Hyderabad and etc. This will help readers to get this book in their cities.

Once agin great job ! Keep it up...................

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Postby Zaheer » Mon Dec 11, 2006 7:35 pm

Greattttttt !!!!!
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Postby nayyares » Mon Dec 11, 2006 8:40 pm

Hello,

Books has been written for Fedora/RHEL, but the concept and configuration is for all distros, secondly the book is printed in a large number, if you can find some book seller who wants to stock, please contact Mr. Sohail, or give that person Sohail's Number (0333-9183920)

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Postby Zaheer » Tue Dec 12, 2006 12:10 am

I think LP will also sell this book.
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Ok,

Postby syed » Wed Dec 13, 2006 1:32 pm

AOA 2 ALL,

Is there soft copy available for this book ,because some one who has printer facility at home or one who can not afford 180+postal charges then should not miss chance of reading this great book.

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Postby kbukhari » Thu Dec 14, 2006 12:23 pm

can any one tell me a location in lahore fro buying this book ?
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Postby nayyares » Thu Dec 14, 2006 8:06 pm

Hello,

I am really sorry, no book store in lahore has it :( but you can get it by post. i wish if some body from lahore can manage to get some stock and then distribute it.

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Postby kbukhari » Fri Dec 15, 2006 2:31 pm

can i buy through credit card ?
i dont want to pay by post most companions will be fraud
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Postby nayyares » Fri Dec 15, 2006 2:40 pm

hello,

i think Sohail will sort out, if you can just send him email about it, sohaileo@gmail.com thanks
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thats Good

Postby lee » Mon Dec 25, 2006 12:35 pm

salam 2 all

tell me if any one know the location in karachi or any book shop to purchase this book ?
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i need to purchase to sell in karachi please

Postby zaki486 » Tue Apr 17, 2007 12:44 am

Asaalam o alaikum,

if u are not indulging me in a business for LinuX but a step towards linux literacy for karacheans, then i am really interested tell me how much including fares and all in all i will get and sell, but plz personally and also tell me if its my bro Sohail ARK ? is this u ??
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M. Kamran Azeem's book published.

Postby AsadRasheed » Wed Feb 25, 2009 6:07 am

Hmmm books , I prefer some robot who remember all Unix/linux/AIX/Cisco/Juniper/Netapp/Oracle/.................... and all other commands , so i will not type linux commands on windows or Cisco console . people get confused .

We need some interpreter who help us to achieve our goals .

BTW Mr Kamran congrats :) .

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