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    I started with an excellent book called Running Linux. Unfortunately I can't remember the author but it was pitched at just the right level for someone who knew nothing about Linux at the time. I really think "Bible"-type books are for more experienced users.
    "I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
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    Ive read Unix Power Tools, Running Linux and a few others from o'reilly but mainly use them to read when board or to find some cool tips :P

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    Have to agree with Hazel - Running Linux (put out by o'reilly) is an excellent Linux book for anyone trying to gain some quick Linux knowledge.

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    "QUE SE Using Red Hat linux 6" later on moved to internet documents.

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    what?

    If you read Learn Linux in 24 hrs, then that will only work for 24 hours only. Get some large.
    check out : http://www.maththinking.com/boat/computerbooks.html
    and find some books for you.

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