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Re: Gettin' Up to Speed with Linux

Doug Black > wrote:
> If you had just $300 to spend on Linux self-study materials, what would
> you buy? What if the limit was $100?
>
> (This is assuming you already know enough about Linux to be dangerous,
> but are far from an expert.)
>
>
> TIA
>
>

Pick up an RHCE study guide. I have one published by Osborne. They
really do start out pretty basic, so you can use as much of it as you want.
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Re: Gettin' Up to Speed with Linux

Lee Garner,
>>

> Pick up an RHCE study guide. I have one published by Osborne. They
> really do start out pretty basic, so you can use as much of it as you want.


I picked one up on Amazon Marketplace for $8, shipping included. I may
also get one of the other recommendations since this one was so cheap.

Thanks to all who provided suggestions. If I play my cards right I
won't have to swallow the blue pill...




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