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*dizzy* Nov. 27th, 2002 01:50 pm
Feeling still more icky and dizzy. Trying to work out if it really *is* the antibiotics causing it, and whether I should stop if so.

That said, I seem to be hitting my low at early afternoon this week.

And completely unrelated: Can anyone recommend a good book on BSD for someone who's familiar with linux admin but it totally new to BSD? (ie, me)

(Note: the BSD server I'm using is FreeBSD, FWIW, but general tomes will be of interest too)

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From: wechsler
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 06:21 am (Link)
Already got that, as it happens - and yes, it's got good stuff on the various OSs.

However it's rather more of a reference book that one you can read straight through for the one OS, which is what I probably need now.
From: kentarokurahone
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 06:13 am (Link)
I would say the cannonical tome is:

Covers most of what you need when admining somthing. A suprising amount of the items covered there also apply to NetBSD.
From: wechsler
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 06:22 am (Link)
Cool... not available in Dead Tree format though, I take it?
From: djm4
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 06:38 am (Link)
If it's FreeBSD you're looking at, I've found FreeBSD Unleashed to be just what I needed. Mind you, I'm a lot less familiar with Linux and sysadmin in general than you are...
From: feanelwa
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 06:32 am (Link)
It might be a completely unrelated flu. Possibly one you caught off me (or i caught off you). Or a few illnesses only make you dizzy when they're going away.
From: kaet
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 06:55 am (Link)
If you're interested in the design of the opertating system kernel, The Design and Implementation of the 4.4BSD Operating System is very good.
From: valkyriekaren
Date: November 27th, 2002 - 09:48 am (Link)
dizziness might just be weird things going on in your inner ear as the infection recedes. Try not to move suddenly or quickly (tricky on a bike, I know) and do lots of nice relaxing stuff like having hot baths. Try ginger for the queasiness - even inhaling the essential oil or putting your head over a bowl of hot water with some grated fresh root in it can help.