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Postby Bernini on Fri May 29, 2009 3:00 pm

ive been looking for a linux manual for quite some time... this seems to be a pretty good one that i found may not answer all of the questions that a person has... but it seems to be a pretty good structure for someone new to linux like myself... thought id post this, in hopes that it might help others at a similar lvl of knowledge as myself...

hope you might find this helpful ... tshell.pdf
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Re: linux manual

Postby RedWagon on Sat May 30, 2009 11:31 am

The OReilly books are awsome, I have about 15 of them at home and have read all of them. IMO the best manuals for anything.
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