Originally Posted by kona0197
So if you have read a book on Linux what was it?
What do you recommend?
I'm reading Linux For Dummies 7th Edition. The author is very partial to Fedora.
That's not surprising. A lot of books out there are partial to Fedora and especially Red Hat - they're typically geared at sysadmins, and sysadmins like their Red Hat, Fedora, and CentOS.
My Christmas gifts included a copy of the Fedora 8 Bible. From a bit of skimming, I was impressed by the scope of it, and hope to delve into it some. But it's a big book - a lot to tackle!
Also got a copy of the Cathedral and the Bazaar.