Books to read on Linux?

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I have been searching around and found these books always looking for better ones if you know of any.
 

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This really isn't a recommendation as much as an observation over the course of my Linux exposure. I've purchased a few Linux books in the past, but at best they were a little-used reference. (much more useful as a dust collector) A majority of the time (easily over 95%+ of the time) I found better answers with a little Internet sleuthing. Many times, books quickly become outdated.

Just food for thought.
 

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if you want instruction in command line then I would suggest this free resource Linux Fu
As far as books go Running Linux by Matthias Kalle Dalheimer, Matt Welsh it's old but still good reference.
 
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I'm starting to learn Linux, and now I found this article lol. thanks for such a set of books, it will be interesting to read
 
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I'm starting to learn Linux, and now I found this article lol. thanks for such a set of books, it will be interesting to read
It becomes an addiction I promise. lol
 
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