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Want to learn Linux

 
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Hi friends.
I want to learn Linux.Can anyone guide me about books,Links
about Linux.
thanks.
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ketan patel.
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i think the best way to learn linux is to install it on your computer and start using it... i installed Redhat 7.0 last year and i am becomming accustomed to it now.
here is the link for Redhat
i have several books because i have not found 1 that contains everything i need. the best one i have found so far is "Redhat Linux 7 Unleashed" from Sams. of course, if you install Mandrake or Solaris, you will not want this book. i also have "Running Linux" from O'Reilly... it is a good book, but not as detailed as "Unleashed."
 
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The best book for learning Linux:
"A Practical Guide To Linux" by Mark Sobell
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0201895498/qid=996177581/sr=2-2/ref=aps_sr_b_1_2/102-0301101-2800120
 
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just curious...are you from loni ?
 
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Building a Better World in your Backyard by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop
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