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    Red Hat

    anyone know of a good book to learn ether red hat or linux. preferably red hat
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    red hat is linux...

    how about learning red hat from O'Reilly?

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    I think the Manual that comes with your RedHat OS is almost the only book you'll ever need. It's very comprehensive. If you didn't buy RedHat, you can access the manual online at their web site.
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    Try also Red Hat Bible 7.2 or any of the BIBLE books. They are very informative.

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    Also check out the manual available at www.linuxdoc.org

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    dude, i have the learn redhat book from oreilly, it rocks and it will help ya a lot.

    I just installed red hat 2 days ago, and the book has helped me out a LOT!!!!

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    Rather than buying something, go to

    http://www.linux.org/docs/index.html

    There you will find a lot of very useful information. Manuals, howto guides, etc.

    Then again, the O'Reiley books are great


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