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Linux Best Free Books You Will Find !!

Free – you ask? Yes, free. Welcome to the world of Linux where things are free as in free speech !

If you are starting out on your journey towards Linux awesomeness, here are a few free downloadable ebooks to teach yourself Linux that should help you along nicely :

MakeUseOf’s very own Newbie’s Guide to Linux, tells you how to choose a distribution and then teaches you how to perform a basic Linux install. You can then use the guide to familiarize yourself with the Linux desktop and some basic commands.
Stefan did a great job in keeping it simple and to the point, the way beginners want it. Also don’t forget to check out our other MakeUseOf Manuals.

Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide

Takes you from the absolute basics to basics. This hands on guide tells you everything right from logging in, basic file management, backup techniques up to basics of networking. It is what you need if you are having difficulty figuring out how to get to that resume file you saved just now. The guide explains Linux file structure and introduces to basic commands and text editors as well.

GNU/Linux Command line tools Summary

One important aspect of working in Linux is that you have to familiar with the command line. This book shows you how to use the command line in Linux to your advantage. Apart from the ins and outs of the shell, this book also introduces various commands and the situations where you would use them. There are chapters that deal with specific tasks and list various commands you can use to achieve the task. If you can study online, there is another excellent manual you can refer to.

Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference

Ubuntu is one of the most popular distributions, new users look up to when trying out Linux. If it is Ubuntu specific information that you are after then you should definitely check out Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference. The guide takes you from installing and configuring Ubuntu to adding and managing software and securing your system. A must read book if you use Ubuntu.

Rute User’s Tutorial and Exposition

This one is not for the faint hearted! There is enough Linux juice in this book to keep even the intermediate to advanced users interested. The book begins humbly by presenting the basic commands and tools, however before you know it, you are learning everything from regular expressions to shell scripting to C programming to networking.
There is plenty of great material out there if you are trying to learn Linux, similar to these downloadable ebooks to teach yourself everything you ever wanted to know about Linux. If you have read a book or a tutorial that you found particularly useful, feel free to tell us about it in the comments below !

Individuals wanting to learn about the Linux operating system have a large selection of books to choose from. There are many thousands of informative Linux books which are in-print and available to download or buy at reasonable cost. However, as many users are attracted to Linux for the very reason that it is available under a freely distributable license, some will also want this to extend to the documentation they read.
The focus of this article is to select some of the finest Linux books which are available to download for free. The vast majority of the books featured here can also be freely distributed to others.
To cater for all tastes, we have chosen a wide range of books, encompassing general introductions to Linux, books that concentrate on a specific distribution or application, books for programmers, as well as books that have defined the evolution of free software. All of the texts here come with our strongest recommendation. So get reading (and downloading).
1. Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference
Ubuntu Pocket Guide
AuthorKeir Thomas
This book is a concise companion for everyday Ubuntu use. It provides a good grounding in getting to grips with the Ubuntu 8.04 and 8.10 distributions.
Topics covered include:
  • Installing & Configuring Ubuntu
  • Learning how to use the desktop covering logging in, layout, virtual desktops, and useful applications
  • Understanding how user accounts and the filesystem work
  • Getting to grips with the command-line
  • Software management including an overview of Synaptic, working with repositories, and a basic overview of compiling from source code
  • Securing the system, including configuring a firewall, antivirus, and how to encrypt file and folders
2. Two Bits
Two Bits
AuthorChristopher M. Kelty
In Two Bits, the author investigates the history and cultural significance of Free Software, revealing the people and practices that have transformed not only software, but also music, film, science, and education.
The book focuses on three different areas:
  • Geeks, Recursive Publics, Protestant Reformers, Polymaths, and Transhumanists
  • Describes what Free Software is and where it came from, with five chapters detailing the historical narrative of a particular kind of practice: creating a movement, sharing source code, conceptualizing openness or open systems, writing copyright (and copyleft) licenses, and coordinating collaborations
  • Modulations
3. The Linux Starter Pack
The Linux Starter Pack
AuthorFuture Publishing
Here's a complete guide to using Linux, taking you from beginner level to an intermediate user with ease. This book shows users how to install Linux, navigate around the desktop, use common software, add more programs and fix any problems that may be encountered.
It offers sections on:
  • The Linux desktop including Compiz desktop effects
  • Writer, Calc, Impress Base
  • Photo editing
  • Playing games
  • Multimedia including using media codecs, media ripping, disc burning, creating disc inlays
  • Internet: Surfing the web, instant messaging, BitTorrent downloads
  • Adding software
  • Software recommendations
  • Printing documents
  • Account management
  • Security
  • Glossary of technical terms
4. The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read
The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read
AuthorScott Morris
The target audience for this book are individuals who are competent with using Windows, who have never attempted to use Linux but are interested in giving it a try. The overall objective is to give people a bridge from what they already know to the powerful, fascinating world of the Linux operating system.
The book explains:
  • How to get Linux
  • Learn about the Desktop
  • How to install applications
  • The command line
  • Explains where Linux is similar to Windows
  • Explains the key differences between these two operating systems
  • Dispels many myths about Linux
5. Producing Open Source Software
Producing Open Source Software
AuthorKarl Fogel
FormatPDF, XML, Single HTML page, Multiple HTML pages
Producing Open Source Software is a book about the human side of open source development. It describes how successful projects operate, the expectations of users and developers, and the culture of free software.
This book is meant for software developers and managers who are considering starting an open source project, or who have started one and are wondering what to do now.
Topics covered include:
  • General advice on starting a project: Choose a Good Name, Have a Clear Mission Statement, Make it clear the Project is Free, Scope the Project
  • Technical Infrastucture such as Mailing Lists, Version Control, Bug tracking, Web site
  • Social and Political Infrastructure
  • How to bring funding into a free software environment
  • The art of good communications
  • Packaging, Releasing and Daily Development
  • Managing Volunteers
  • Licenses, Copyrights and Patents

6. Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
AuthorMachtelt Garrels
This guide was created as an overview of Linux, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
The book explores a wide range of topics including:
  • Files and the file system, describing the layout of a Linux file system, file management, link types, file permissions, lost and hidden files
  • Processes, learn about multi-user processing, multi-tasking, process types and attributes, how to control and schedule processes
  • I/O redirection - the powerful mechanism of redirecting input, output and errors
  • Using Text editors including a section on Vim
  • /home
  • Printers and printing: Learn how to format documents, preview, documents, print files, check on printer status, choose a good printer, troubleshooting printing problems
  • Backup techniques: Make, query and unpack file archives, write media, make incremental backups, create Java archives, encrype data
  • Networking
  • Multimedia including playing CDs, copying CDs, video and television, and recording sound
7. Bash Guide for Beginners
Bash Guide for Beginners
AuthorMachtelt Garrels
Everybody working on a UNIX or UNIX-like system who wants to make life easier on themselves, power users and sysadmins alike, can benefit from reading this book.
  • Bash scripts
  • Writing and debugging scripts
  • The bash environment: Shell initialization files, Variables, Quoting characters, Shell expansion, aliases
  • Regular expressions
  • sed stream editor
  • awk programming language
  • Conditional statements (if, if/then/else, if/then/elif/else, Nested if statements, Boolean operations)
  • Writing interactive scripts
  • Repetitive tasks
  • Functions
  • Catching signals
8. After the Software Wars
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AuthorKeith Curtis
Given the technology that is already available, we should have cars that drive us around, in absolute safety, while we lounge in the back and sip champagne. All we need is a video camera on the roof, plugged into a PC, right? We have all the necessary hardware, and have had it for years, but do not yet have robot-driven cars because we do not have the software.
This book explains how we can build better software and all get our own high-tech chauffeur. It scrutinises why free software is superior, implications for Google, the Java mess, patents and copyright, Vista, remaining challenges for free software, and many other things.
9. The Cathedral & The Bazaar
The Cathedral & The Bazaar
AuthorEric S. Raymond
FormatPDF, XHTML, XML, Postscript
The Cathedral and the Bazaar is a book on software engineering methods, based on the author's observations of the Linux kernel development process and his experiences managing an open source project, fetchmail.
The book contrasts two different free software development models:
  • The Cathedral model of most of the commercial world
  • The Bazaar model of the Linux world
Over the years, this work has had a profound influence on many existing open source projects adopting a Bazaar-style development model.
10. Free for All: How LINUX and the Free Software Movement Undercut the High-Tech Titans
Free for All: How LINUX and the Free Software Movement Undercut the High-Tech Titans
AuthorPeter Wayner
FormatPDF, Zipped HTML, Palm PDB, HTML, ASCII text, XML
Like Eric Raymond's The Cathedral and the Bazaar, Free for All outlines the arguments for leaving software source code open and free for anyone to tinker with. But Wayner's account delves deeper into the politics of the movement, reading like a high-tech soap opera.

11. Put Yourself in Command
Put Yourself in Command
AuthorFree Software Foundation
FormatPDF, Multi-page HTML
This book was initially written at LibrePlanet, the GNU/Linux conference hosted at the Harvard Science Center, Cambridge, MA, on March 21, 22 2009.
Topics covered include:
  • Basic commands, including sections on permissions, manipulating processes and redirection, Absolute and relative paths
  • Globbing
  • Auto completion
  • Piping commands
  • Command History
  • Command & Parameter Substitution
  • Customizations
  • Installing Software
  • Exploration of text editors including nano, vi, vim, emacs, kedit, kwrite, kate, and gedit
  • Scripting
  • Programming languages including Perl, Awk, Ruby, and Python
  • Command Quick Reference
12. Getting Started with 3.x
Getting Started with 3.x
AuthorOOoAuthors group
FormatPDF, Multi-page HTML
Open Office ( is a freely-distributed, full-featured, multi-platform office suite. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to get up to speed quickly with the latest version 3.x.
The book covers all the software programs of the OpenOffice suite:
  • Writer (word processing)
  • Calc (spreadsheets)
  • Impress (presentations)
  • Draw (vector drawings)
  • Math (equation editor)
  • Base (database)
13. Grokking the GIMP
Grokking the GIMP
AuthorCarey Bunks
This book providers a taster of image theory, working with the independent features of GIMP (layers, selections, masks and colourspaces) before advancing to compositing and rendering, and ending with short reviews of web-based applications of image manipulation.
Topics covered include:
  • Reviews the features of the GIMP Toolbox
  • Reviews Layers covering creation, manipulation, combining, export/import
  • Selection Tools
  • Masks exploring channel & layer masks
  • Colorspaces and Blending modes
  • Touchup and Enhancing images
  • Compositing
  • Rendering Techniques
  • Web-Centric GIMP focusing on web animations, clickable image maps, type effects, tileable backgrounds, web-safe color
14. The Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial
The Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial
AuthorJames Mohr
The Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial (LINKBAT) is a web-based, unified knowledge base and tutorial with the goal of educating users about Linux.
Topics covered include:
  • Linux basics
  • Shells and Utilities
  • Editing files
  • Basic system administration
  • X Windowing system
  • Networking (TCP-IP, DHCP, NFS, Samba, Firewalls, Technologies)
  • System Monitoring
  • Solving Problems
15. Advanced Linux Programming
Advanced Linux Programming
AuthorCodeSourcery LLC
FormatMultiple PDFs
This book takes a tutorial approach, introducing the most important programming concepts and techniques, and providing examples of how to use them. The book is not intended for beginners, and readers are expected to be competent with the C programming lanague and C library functions.
This book is helpful if you want to:
  • Develop Linux software that works the way users expect it to
  • Write more sophisticated programs with features such as multiprocessing, multi-threading, interprocess communication, and interaction with hardware devices
  • Improve programs by making them run faster, more reliably, and more securely
  • Understand the preculiarities of a Linux system, including its limitations, special capabilities, and conventions.

16. Linux 101 & 102 Modular Training Notes
Linux 101 & 102 Modular Training Notes
AuthorLeading Edge Business Solutions
Pages233 (Linux 101), 236 (Linux 102)
The Linux 101 & 102 Modular Training Notes are two separate manuals for individuals who wish to study for the LPI 101 or 102 examinations.
Topics covered include:
  • Covers all of the key core elements of Linux
  • Documentation
  • Network configuration: TCP/IP, DHCP
  • Kernel configuration
  • Printing
  • Device configuration
  • Internet related areas including email, Apache, DNS, Squid, Security
17. Linux Device Drivers, Third Edition
Linux Device Drivers, Third Edition
AuthorJonathan Corbet, Allesandro Rubini, Greg Kroah-Hartman
FormatPDF, HTML, DocBook
This book covers all the significant changes to Version 2.6 of the Linux kernel, which simplifies many activities, and contains subtle new features that can make a driver both more efficient and more flexible.
Readers will find new chapters on important types of drivers not covered previously, such as consoles, USB drivers, and more.
Topics covered include:
  • Building and running modules
  • Char drivers
  • Debugging techniques
  • Concurrency and Race conditions
  • Time, Delays and Deferred Work
  • Allocating Memory
  • PCI & USB Drivers
  • Memory Mapping and DMA
  • Block & Network Drivers
18. LINUX: Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition
LINUX: Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition
AuthorPaul Sheer
Rute is a technical reference and teaching tool for new GNU/Linux users as well as advanced administrators. It provides concise, thorough explanations and practical examples of each aspect of a Linux system.
Topics covered include:
  • Learn how to become a competent Linux user
  • Become familiar with the command line
  • Learn about key utilities like sed and important related skills like C programming, shell scripting, and regular expression creation
  • Coverage of server software including HTTPd, Sendmail, Exim, and PostgreSQL
  • Basic system administration
  • Advanced shell scripting
  • Networking: IP, TCP, UDP, DNS and Name Resolution, NFS
19. Linux Network Administrator's Guide - 2nd Edition
Linux Network Administrator's Guide - 2nd Edition
AuthorOlaf Kirch, Terry Dawson
This book was written to provide a single reference for network administration in a Linux environment. Beginners and experienced users alike should find the information they need to cover nearly all important administration activities required to manage a Linux network configuration.
Topics covered include:
  • Introduction to Networking
  • TCP/IP including Address Resolution, IP Routing, ICMP
  • Configuring the Networking & Serial Hardware
  • Configuring TCP/IP Networking
  • Name Service and Resolver Configuration
  • Firewalls
  • IP Accounting, Masquerading, and Network Address Translation
  • Network Information System, Network Filesystem
  • Email, Netnews. C News, NNTP, Internet News, Newsreader configuration
20. tuXlabs Cookbook
howto tuXlab
AuthorJean Jordaan, The Shuttleworth Foundation
This book is meant for anyone who wants to set up a computer laboratory according to the specifications of the Shuttleworth Foundation.
This kind of laboratory – called a tuXlab after the Linux mascot, Tux the Penguin – uses only free software, is easy to administer, and makes the best use of old or obsolete hardware.

12 More of the Best Free Linux Books

Many computer users have an insatiable appetite to deepen their understanding of computer operating systems and computer software. Linux users are no different in that respect. At the same time as developing a huge range of open source software, the Linux community fortunately has also written a vast range of documentation in the form of books, guides, tutorials, HOWTOs, man pages, and other help to aid the learning process. Some of this documentation is intended specifically for a newcomer to Linux, or those that are seeking to move away from a proprietary world and embrace freedom.
There are literally thousands of Linux books which are available to purchase from any good (online) book shop. However, the focus of this article is to highlight champion Linux books which make an invaluable contribution to learning about Linux, and which are also available to download without charge.
We have tried to select a fairly diverse selection of books in this article so that there should be something of interest here for any type of user whatever their level of computing knowledge. This article should be read in conjunction with our previous article on free Linux books, entitled 20 of the Best Free Linux Books.
1. GNU/Linux Advanced Administration
Ubuntu Pocket Guide
AuthorRemo Suppi Boldrito, Josep Jorba Esteve
We start of this article with a book that is exhaustive in its treatment of system administration. This book examines many different areas involved in administering Linux systems, with each subject being accompanied by a tutorial to act as an aid in the learning process.
Topics covered include:
  • Introduction to Linux
  • Migration and coexistence with non-Linux systems
  • Basic tools for the administrator
  • The kernel
  • Local administration
  • Network administration
  • Server administration
  • Data administration
  • Security administration
  • Configuration, tuning and optimisation
  • Clustering
2. Using Samba
Two Bits
AuthorRobert Eckstein, David Collier-Brown, Peter Kelly
Samba is a suite of tools for sharing resources such as printers and files across a network. Samba uses the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, which is endorsed by Microsoft and IBM, to communicate low-level data between Windows clients and Unix servers on a TCP/IP network.
It is one of the most important software to bridge the open source and closed source worlds.
The book focuses on two different areas:
  • Installation including configuring Windows clients
  • Configuration and optimization exploring areas such as disk shares, browsing and advanced disk shares, set up users, printer and Windows Internet Naming Service setup with Samba, and troubleshooting tips
3. Slackware Linux Basics
The Linux Starter Pack
AuthorDaniël de Kok
FormatPDF, HTML, Single page HTML
Slackware Linux Basics is a book that aims to provide an introduction to Slackware Linux. It targets people who have little or no GNU/Linux experience. It aims to cover the Slackware Linux installation, basic Linux commands and the configuration of Slackware Linux.
Slackware is one of the earliest Linux distributions with development commencing in 1993.
  • Installation including partitioning and custom installation
  • Basic essential information such as the shell, files and directories, text processing, process management, editing and typesetting, and electronic mail
  • System administration covering topics such as user management, printer configuration, X11, package management, building a kernel, system initialization, and security
  • Network administration focusing on network configuration, IPsec, the Internet super server, Apache, and BIND
4. Advanced Bash Scripting Guide
The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read
AuthorMendel Cooper
Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide is an in-depth exploration of the art of scripting. Almost the complete set of commands, utilities, and tools is available for invocation by a shell script.
The book explains:
  • Basics such as special characters, quoting, exit and exit status
  • Beyond the Basics including loops and branches, command substitution, arithmetric expansion, recess time
  • Commands - Internal commands and builtins; External filters, programs and commands; System and Administrative Commands
  • Advanced topics: Regular Expressons, Here Documents, I/O Redirection, Subshells, Restricted Shells, Process Substitution, Functions, Aliases, List Constructs, Arrays, Indirect References, /dev and /proc, Of Zeros and Nulls, Debugging, Options, Gotchas, Scripting with Style

12 More of the Best Free Linux Books - Part 2

5. Test Driving Linux: From Windows to Linux in 60 Seconds
Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
AuthorDavid Brickner
Test Driving Linux: From Windows to Linux in 60 Seconds is a detailed step-by-step guide to Linux and selected popular open source programs. It is a gentle introduction for newcomers to Linux showing them how to perform common activities such as surfing the web, using email, instant message with friends, writing letters, creating spreadsheets, and enhancing digital photos.
The book explores a wide range of topics including:
  • Surfing the web
  • File Management
  • Music and Videos
  • Playing Games
  • Email, Organizers and Instant Messaging
  • Office Suite
  • The Command Line
6. Open Sources 2.0
Bash Guide for Beginners
AuthorChris DiBona, Danese Cooper, Mark Stone
Open Sources 2.0 is a collection of insightful and thought-provoking essays from today's technology leaders that continues painting the evolutionary picture that developed in Open Sources: Voices from the Revolution.
  • Open Source: Competition and Evolution, covering such topics as:
    • Mozilla, Commoditization of software
    • Dual Licensing - provide a single software product under two different licenses
    • Security
    • Open Source Software in India and China
  • Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community
    • The Open Source Paradigm Shift
    • Patterns of Governance in Open Source
7. Linux in a Windows World
After the Software Wars
AuthorRoderick W. Smith
Linux still faces numerous challenges before it can dominate the computing world, much less the world at large. One of these challenges is the huge installed base of Windows systems. Linux must coexist with these systems. Indeed, the challenge of coexisting with Windows can be viewed as an opportunity: Linux can be integrated into a Windows network, providing a reliable and low-cost platform on which to run vital services for Windows systems, or even serving as a workstation on an otherwise Windows-dominated network. This book is dedicated to describing this opportunity for Linux.
Covers topics such as:
  • Samba - an Open Source/Free Software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients
  • OpenLDAP - an implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • BIND - Berkeley Internet Name Domain
  • Kerberos Configuration and Use - Kerberos is a network authentication protocol
  • Remote Login Tools such as VNC
  • Configuring Mail Servers
  • Network Backups
  • How to manage a network
8. Linux From Scratch
Linux From Scratch
AuthorGerard Beekmans, Matthew Burgess, Bruce Dubbs
FormatPDF, HTML, Single page HTML, XML
Linux From Scratch (LFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own customized Linux system entirely from source.
Chapters cover:
  • How to create a new Linux native partition and file system
  • Which packages and patches need to be downloaded to build an LFS system and how to store them on the new file system
  • How to Set up an appropriate working environment
  • Installation of packages, and how to build a toolchain
  • Building a full LFS system

9. Beyond Linux from Scratch
Beyond Linux From Scratch
AuthorBLFS Development Team
FormatPDF, Multi-page HTML, Single-page HTML
Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS) is a project that continues where the Linux From Scratch book finishes. It introduces and guides the reader through additions to the system including networking, graphical interfaces, sound support, and printer and scanner support.
This is a really comprehensive book providing a wealth of information on:
  • Security: OpenSSL, GnuTLS, CrackLib, Linux-PAM etc
  • File systems: ReiserFS, XFS
  • Editors: Vim, Emacs, Bluefish etc
  • Shells: ZSH, ksh, Dash, Tcsh
  • General Libraries and Utilities: PCRE, S-Lang, GLib, and many more
  • Graphics and Font Libraries: libjpeg, libpng, FreeType to name a few covered
  • General Utilities: ImageMagick, ScrollKeeper, Screen, GPerf etc
  • System Utilities: Hdparm, cpio, Apache Ant
  • Programming: GCC, JDK-6, NASM, PHP, Python, Ruby, Tcl ...
  • Networking
  • Mail/News clients
  • Servers
10. Linux 101 Hacks
Linux 101 Hacks
AuthorRamesh Natarajan
Linux 101 Hacks is a 12 chapter, 140 page manual which explains easy to follow Linux commands. Ramesh Natarajan describes how to use these commands, with clear and concise examples.
This ebook has chapters on:
  • Powerful Command Hacks
  • Date Manipulation
  • SSH Client Commands
  • Essential Linux Commands
  • Linux Prompts
  • Colorful Shell Prompt Using PS1
  • Archive and Compression
  • Command Line History
  • System Administration Tasks
  • Apachectl and HTTPD Examples
  • Bash Scripting
  • System Monitoring and Performance
  • Bonus hacks
11. The Linux Command Line
The Linux Command Line
AuthorWilliam D. Shotts, Jnr
This book is a broad overview of 'living' on the Linux command line. Unlike some books that concentrate on just a single program, such as the shell, bash, this book will try to convey how to get along with the command line interface in a larger sense. How does it all work? What can it do? What's the best way to use it?
The book is divided into the following parts:
  • Learning The Shell starts the exploration of the basic language of the command line including such things as the structure of commands, file system navigation, command line editing, and finding help and documentation for commands
  • Configuration And The Environment covers editing configuration files that control the computer's operation from the command line
  • Common Tasks And Essential Tools explores many of the ordinary tasks that are commonly performed from the command line. Unix-like operating systems, such as Linux, contain many 'classic' command line programs that are used to perform powerful operations on data
  • Writing Shell Scripts introduces shell programming, an admittedly rudimentary, but easy to learn, technique for automating many common computing tasks. By learning shell programming, you will become familiar with concepts that can be applied to many other programming languages
    12. Linux Sea
    Linux Sea
    AuthorSven Vermeulen
    FormatPDF, HTML
    Linux Sea offers a gentle yet technical (from end-user perspective) introduction to the Linux operating system, using Gentoo Linux as the example Linux distribution.
    Topics covered include:
    • What is Linux / How does Free Software affect Linux
    • The Role of the Community / Running Linux
    • The Linux File System / Working with Processes
    • Configuring a Linux Kernel / Hardware Support
    • Software Management / User Management
    • Network Management / Service Management / Storage Management / System Management
    • Introducing the Graphical Environment
    • Installing Gentoo

    & in the end thank you for reading & feel free to comment & sugest your own Linx best books list
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