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I Want TO master Linux And iam a beginner i am reading unix for DUMMIES can u please refer books from i may accomplish my task.
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PLease answer me soon
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 "Special Edition: Using Linux", 4th edition, from Que books
  "Linux Unleashed", from Sams.Net

  Do a search at www.amazon.com for these two books.
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As i said i am a beginner, will just finish the Unix for dummies
and just want to reconfirm that the book u proposed me to read is the best, after Unix for dummies.
I hope the book is written in easy way.I do want to master linux

Thanking you

Wajid


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