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Hope that you are having a nice day and sorry for any inconvenience, just I'm still New baby in linux world and I hope that I will be a professional linux user within one years from now, I'm sure that with your help I can be a professional linux user so just I want from you to write to me the names of some linux books which you find it can help me in that, so I can buy it from Amazon web site also if you know a good books for C or C++ which may help me please just give me the names of this Books,
This book, "Advanced Linux Programming by Mark Mitchel, Jeffrey Oldham, and Alex Samuel", is a great book for programming. Obviously you won't need it now becuase you are only a newbie but for later use. Also you can try "Comprehensive Linux Textbook by Muayyad Saleh Al-Sadi". These two books might come in handy someday. Just my
Thank you very much for the information, I will start buying this Books from Amazon website as soon as possible, since there is no time to waste with Microsoft after I found my lover " LINUX " it's really a legend especially the shell I love it more than the X