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  1. #1
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    Books for sale - php, bsd, perl, and more

    I'm cleaning off the booksheld to make room for some more reading material and these have got to go. All the books are in decent shape though some have seen some more reading time than others. A picture of the books is available at: http://ringnebula.net/books.jpg

    I have my desired price listed next to each book. Expect that shipping will be an extra $1 ~ $3 dollars per book depending on where you are located and how fast you would like to receive the book(s). I am located in California and would really only like to mail books to other folks in the US or Canada.

    Payment by paypal would be prefered but I am open to other methods as well. If you are interested in any of the books please email me - [email protected]

    Books:
    Secure PHP Development includes CD - M. Kabir - $20
    The Complete FreeBSD - Lehey - $8
    Test yourself CCNA - Buchmann - $3
    Dreamweaver MX in 24 hr - Bruce - $10
    Solaris system administrator's guide - Winsor - $2
    Perl Cookbook - Christiansen/Torkington - $15
    Essential System Administration - Frisch - $12
    Apache the definitive guide - Laurie - $8

    Thanks for looking
    Jacob Turner -- Ringnebula Systems
    Managed IT solutions for small business

  2. #2
    You will have more luck selling them on Ebay.com

    Good luck on your sale.

  3. #3
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    Originally posted by Niftex
    You will have more luck selling them on Ebay.com

    Good luck on your sale.
    Oh I know, eBay is next on the list. It's all about exposure.
    Thanks
    Jacob Turner -- Ringnebula Systems
    Managed IT solutions for small business

  4. #4
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    The FreeBSD book - what version of FBSD is that for?

    Also, I see your toe in that picture

  5. #5
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    The FreeBSD book is the third edition. There are many mentions of the 3.x branch but all of the topics are 100% relevant to FreeBSD 4.x and about 75% to 5.x.

    My toes have quite a tendancy to sneek into pictures like that.
    Jacob Turner -- Ringnebula Systems
    Managed IT solutions for small business

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    Thanks for the info. I'm more interested in 5.x books :/ sorry

    good luck though.

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