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I found only two books dedicated to SSH.

The first one from O'Reilly "SSh, The Secure Shell: The Definitive
Guide, Second Edition"  Published May 2005 ISBN: 0-596-00895-3

The second book is from Apress "Pro OpenSSH" published Oct 2005 ISBN

Did anyone read any of those two books? Any review or comments?  Which
one is best for buying?

Re: books on SSH

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Personally I find the man pages (OPenSSH), and help files (PuTTY) work
pretty well for me and they are free. You can glean a lot of knowledge
from reading this newsgroup too.

Re: books on SSH

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Or (like someone I know) every time you trash your windows box and reinstall
it you could ask your mate to reinstall PuTTY and WinSCP for you.  And then
be upset if he's not available on the evening you choose.

This results in the mate phoning up at 4am and asking "How about now?".

Elvis Notargiacomo  master AT barefaced DOT cheek /
    One of my other 11 computers runs Minix.

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The author of the first one is one of the most active and helpful
posters in this group.   Buy that one.  :-)

Todd H. /

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