Hello everyone .
I am looking for advice on what are the best books for a total newb to Linux , i have Mint. I came from Windows world !!!.
Would like to know about how to get things done in the terminal and in general in Linux systems. Looking for a kind of Linux drivers manual and problem solving books please.
I don't know if these are the "best books for a total newb" but they are some books I read as I began my Linux journey.
I found the Linux Cookbook by Michael Stutz to be particularly useful and also Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming by Mark G. Sobell.
I'm sure there are other excellent 'Linux' books out there - these are just the ones I have read.
In no particular order:
Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming - author: Mark G. Sobell
Download practical guide to Linux commands, editors and shell programming pdf
Linux Cookbook 2nd Edition - author: Michael Stutz
(Pdf download can be found with a little searching)
Linux Pocket Guide author: Daniel J. Barrett
Teach Yourself Linux - author: Robert Billing
Even those with no prior knowledge of Linux can learn to make the most of this powerful operating system. With Teach Yourself Linux, read...
Linux Programmer's Reference Second Edition - author Richard Peterson
Moving To Ubuntu Linux - author: Marcel Gagne`
Discover Ubuntu, Today’s Hottest Linux Everyone’s talking about Ubuntu—it’s not just 100% free, it’s the most useful, practical desktop Linux ever! Now, Linux expert Marcel Gagné reveals Ubuntu’s amazing power … - Selection from Moving to Ubuntu Linux® [Book]
SSH Mastery: OpenSSH, PuTTY, Tunnels and Keys - author: Michael W. Lucas