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Posted: Sat Aug 20, 2005 6:17 pm
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I am just starting i have installed fedora and want to get into linux more and more just wondering can you recommend any books that i can buy to start off and also does not just show me how to double click and copy and paste files.

Want to go more into the server side of it maby a mediam based book would do can pick up the basics as i go along.

Thanks agian for all the help
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Posted: Sat Aug 20, 2005 6:23 pm
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Have a look at Amazon. You can get used books dirt cheap.
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drewm320 wrote:
Have a look at Amazon. You can get used books dirt cheap.


Can you recommend any individual books or even a make of one?
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Any of the O'Reilly series books are pretty good.
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Help others: Review your books and training products here

drewm320 wrote:
Any of the O'Reilly series books are pretty good.


I will second that.
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