Starting to learn Linux.

I would like a web site where I can start to learn more about linux structure. As an operating system.
I don't want to learn how to use it. I want a quick  jump to its depth and details. How it handle memory and processor tasks and standard Input Output I mean from Keyboard to Screen.
Thanks for help.
I have little knowledge of system programming and general programming skills and Operating systems operations.
WaelEgAsked:
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bmk01Commented:
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sackeriCommented:
I think one of the best places to find technical documentation for Linux is at

http://www.linuxdoc.org/

They have a lot of tutorials, but also some really good technical stuff.  There's also an interesting article that I read recently about Linux IPC that might interest you.

http://www.ddj.com/articles/1999/9911/9911b/9911b.htm

Hope this helps,

-sackeri

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WaelEgAuthor Commented:
Thanks Sackeri very much but I think you said like bmk01 and of course as you see he answered tghe question first so I have to reject your answer either to give bmk01 the point or to wait for best answer.
Sorry again and thanks.
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shamahCommented:
Here is a great site I came across - lots of details and examples:

http://members.tripod.com/hakz/linux/

Good luck!
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WaelEgAuthor Commented:
Bmk01 is better. At least he/she is the first to answer.
Bmk01 could you propose your answer.
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bmk01Commented:
Go to www.linuxdoc.org/docs.html

I have found this page very useful.

BMK01 (Mr) :)
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WaelEgAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much.
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