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BOOKS/E-BOOKS - Linux Books

A distinguishing mark of professionals is that they keep up-to-date with the newest ideas, techniques and developments in their field. One way to do this is to read everything you can get your hands on.

We have teamed up with Amazon.co.uk to provide the largest selection of computer books available on the Internet and you will be able to find many Linux books and software at our specialised Amazon shop at Amazon Linux Books and Software.


Some Linux Books Suggestions

Some Linux books that we have read recently and that we can honestly advise to read are the following:

Complete Guide to Linux by Peter Norton. It is a comprehensive, user friendly guide in the acclaimed Norton style. its unique hands on, step by step approach teaches the features of the most popular Linux distributions. You will find Peter's priciples, communications networking, printing, performance and troubleshooting very useful indeed. The book is published by SAMS.

Linux Complete This book has been written by many Linux experts and is very valuable for its broad content and its low price. It contains useful materials for both the Linux beginner who needs essential information to get up and running and for expert administrators who work with Samba or Apache. The book is published by Sybex.

Linux Administration. A beginner's guide One very good book written by Steve Shah that teaches how to install and administer Linux on an individual workstation or an entire network. It contains also many useful comparaisons with Windows approaches and a CD with Red Hat Linux . The book is published by Osborne / McGraw-Hill.

Teach Yourself Samba in 24 hours One good book by Gerals Carter that allows the reader to become familiar with the basics of Samba in just 24 lessons of one hour or less. The book is published by SAMS

The Linux A-Z by Phil Cornes. It is a unique publication that guides the student up to the Linux learning ladder to gain a good understanding of the Operating System. It includes different parts on Basics, Administration, System Programming, Device Drivers and Internals. It is published by Prentice Hall.

Beginning Linux Programming by Neil Matthew and Richard Stones. One very good book that is an achievement in terms of its subjet coverage as well as its surprising depth. Published by - Wrox Press



If you require Linux products (distributions, software, hardware etc.) we advice you to browse The Linux Emporium.

We suggest you to browse also The Linux Training page.




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