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Where can I get hold of a comlete set of Unix/Linux manuals?
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There is a book, called `Linux man'. It contains all the man pages for most utilities, library functions, etc.
For more information on programming, system administration, and so on, there are many different book. Try http://www.linuxmall.com/ for a start.
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