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raymond yadao
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Hi guys! Can somebody suggest a good beginner book in linux?
Thanks in advance.


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Peter Rooke
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For which distribution? Most of the major vendors provide very good on-line manuals and help systems. I know this is true for SuSE, I also have been told that RedHat offers a similar high quality manual.


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Mcgill Smith
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Hi guys! Can somebody suggest a good beginner book in linux?

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How Linux Works by Brian Ward


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Peter Rooke
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You may wish to look on the IBM web site, they have some good tutorials:

IBM Linux Tutorial

This is aimed at the basic certification, however it does not get too complicated. Since this is IBM, you will need to register.
Sonny Gill
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And dont forget the The Linux Documentation Project


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