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Dan Morrill fills in the gap between the simple basics covered in most texts and advanced, specialized topics; his readers gain a genuine mastery of how Linux systems are designed.
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Daniel L. Morrill is a computer scientist working as a researcher at the GE Global Research Center in upstate New York. He holds a master's degree in computer science and has extensive experience with a variety of operating systems in a number of environments. He has worked with many types of UNIX systems, IBM's OS/2, Microsoft's various Windows platforms, and even real-time and embedded operating systems. He has successfully used his knowledge of Linux systems to support real-world projects professionally, and he has used Linux exclusively on all of his personal systems for years.
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