Re: best book on linux?
From: Jimbo (jdwoodard_at_NOSPAMcox.net)
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003 15:37:52 -0600
On Sun, 21 Dec 2003 13:55:22 -0700, Liquid Plummer wrote:
> Anyone that has been on the internet for any length of time has seen the
> letters RTFM. After years of thinking about moving to linux I finally went
> and did it. I like learning by doing and Reading TFM as it were. With
> linux though there a huge selection of books that cover the topic. My
> question is, which one is the closest thing to being the beat-all end-all
> uber-source of knowledge? A linux bible as it were. I want to read the
> manual, but I want it to be the right one. The SuSE book that came with 9
> personal is not adequate. I spent $20 on one book that was okay if you
> wanted a rough idea of basic things that never went further than a
> friendly introduction on each topic . I am still feeling like there is
> something else out there. A maual that covers everything from
> beginner to expert.
> What are your thoughts and recommendations?
RUTE:Rute Users Tutorial and Exposition
Without a doubt the best, don't miss manual for any Linux user.
Why? It's available on line, free, can be read online or downloaded and
it's a living document. This means it's constantly being updated, so it's
Just do a google.com/linux search for RUTE and there you go.