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books for redhat linux at the beginning level

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dear all,

is there any website around from which i can download the Free books for red hat linux at beginning level?.

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Hussain
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Don't know about redhat free books... I assume you've looked through http://www.redhat.com ... More general info can eb found at the linux documentation project (http://www.tldp.org) ... Look at the "guides" for free online books about most everything... For specific things, look at the HOWTOs and man-pages.

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Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition

http://www.icon.co.za/~psheer/book/ 

link for downloading the pdf version is there in the above link

not soecific to REDHAT but a good overall book to get started
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Have you looked at the available manuals in pdf format that you can download from here:

https://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/
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Hussain,

If you are looking at using Redhat in a server capacity (for instance, as a web, mail, or ftp server), a great tool for learning to use Redhat Linux is <A HREF="http://www.webmin.com">Webmin</A>.  There is a companion book, <A HREF="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1886411921/104-6966514-0700724?v=glance">The Book of Webmin</A>, that does a great job of breaking down different services and commands, and free documentation on the website.

Since you may wish to eventually learn to use the command line tools directly, I would also recommend turning on the Webmin Logging feature.  This will create a log of each action you take, including the commands used to perform the action.

To install Webmin, from a terminal on a Redhat server as root, enter the following commands:

#wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/webadmin/webmin-1.150-1.noarch.rpm
#rpm -ihv webmin-1.150-1.noarch.rpm

and follow the prompts.

Hope this helps!
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