3 Books Giveaway: Hacking Vim, Lighttpd and Xen Virtualization

by Ramesh Natarajan on May 11, 2009

3 Book Giveaway Contest

I’m happy to announce book giveaway contest, where you can win PDF version of one of 3 books mentioned below. All you have to do is leave a comment and let us know your favorite Linux distribution and why you like it. The winners will be announced on May 27th (the first birthday of this blog).

How to enter the contest

All you have to do is leave a comment with one of the following or both:
 

  • What is your favorite Linux distribution AND Why is that your favorite linux distro?
  • What is your favorite Text Editor on Linux AND Why is that your favorite editor?

Contest Prize

Three random winners will be selected from the comments and receive the PDF version of one of the following book. Contest is open to everybody.
 

  • Book for 1st Winner: Hacking Vim (A cookbook to get the most out of the latest Vim editor)
  • Book for 2nd Winner: Lighttpd (Installing, compiling, configuring, optimizing, and securing this lightning-fast web server)
  • Book for 3rd Winner: Xen Virtualization (A concise guide for professionals working with the Xen hypervisor to support multiple operating systems)

 
Contest End Date: Tue, May 26th 2009, Midnight. Winners will be announced on May 27th (First birthday of this blog)
 
Update: Contest is closed now. Three random winners was selected from the comments.


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201 BOYPT June 19, 2009 at 11:41 am

Arch Linux – for it’s flexible of course`

and

vim – i use gvim a lot when coding. though i’m not fully practised with vim skills, i do love powerful vim. I’m thirst to know what’s about in Hacking vim, aha..

I read 101 Hacks before and found that it’s quite a useful book, espacilly for newbies like me , ah

202 Tarun June 28, 2009 at 1:46 pm

Ubuntu- its simple and easy to work with.
vim-just because of its features and openwideness.

203 Ameno July 3, 2009 at 11:16 pm

Debian do whatever you want to do with !
vi do same things, only if you know howto

204 Ioniarimalala RAKOTONIRINA January 18, 2010 at 7:40 am

* What is your favorite Linux distribution AND Why is that your favorite linux distro?
Ubuntu, because they can send the source CD freely.
* What is your favorite Text Editor on Linux AND Why is that your favorite editor?
VI, because it’s included by default in the install package of every distro.

205 Philippe Petrinko July 9, 2012 at 7:11 am

Mine is GVim, then Vim.
What else?

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