I have been using Linux for sometime now but i feel that i don't even know the basics yet. I've been browsing the internet and have been reading a lot of howtos lately apart from posting my questions in this forum. Many of those howtos however are outdated considering the fact that the major distributions have a release cycle of about 6 months. I know that many of you think that the best way to learn Linux is using the OS daily and doing a lot of search in the internet.
What i want to ask is that if you know a good book that was published recently (i tried amazon.com and returned 3000 books which i don't know which one is the best) that can teach a new user some basic things about Linux. I tried some Linux books for dummies and Sams teach yourelf linux in 24 hours but like the title says are for dummies. I mean i am a new user but i don't want a book that covers in 50 pages the installation process as if i am a retard. I know how to install Linux and i know how to start an application in gnome and kde.
What i want is a book that goes a step further but not getting into very deep in linux explaining things and terms that only linux gurus understand.
I want a book that teaches the basic aspects of linux and that a home user can use in order to maintain a linux box at home.