I do not understand why we have a review of DHCP for Windows 2000 in the UKUUG newsletter.
Surely, if we want a review of a book covering DHCP, then we could have a review of a book which concentrated on a UNIX based implementation?
This Windows centric book and review seem quite out of place and it is certainly not why I subscribe to the UKUUG.
There are plenty of books on UNIX/Linux related topics still to be covered.
Dear Steve et al ,
Council did notice a spate of books being reviewed that were not apparently relevant to our members. However, some of the texts are borderline, and if someone thinks `from the cover' that such a book, or their review of it, may be of interest to members, we will at least offer them a copy for review.