Re: Suggest me some good resources to kick start Linux OS
Posted by pjc123 on 2011/12/13 3:30:20
I highly recommend the "Bible" series of books written by Christopher Negus and published by Wiley, as the very first book to read, which is one of the books that pschaff mentions in the "Where to Find Answers page" section. They will answer your questions and a whole lot more. I started buying those books way back when Red Hat 9 was released, and have the most up to date version as well. They are very well written, easy to understand, and cover quite a lot of material. You may not find a book that matches the exact version of CentOS that you are running, because it may be too new, so just pick the closest "Red Hat Enterprise" book or "Fedora" version of the book and it will be close enough.
Another similarly written book I would recommend is “A Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux” by Mark G. Sobell published by Prentice Hall, another very good author.
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