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Boy, do I know what I'm going to quote next time some thoughtless user complains about a lack of Linux documentation!
Seriously, there is a strong argument that you'll learn most by just doing it. And, on the other hand, there is an argument for actually understanding the basics of what you do, so you are not just doing it badly; this seems to imply reading stuff (See above list! But also your local bookshop will allow you to wander around and test drive some books to see which ones you like! And most of the O'Reilly stuff is good if you like 'background' rather than just 'cookbook', although they have 'cookbooks' too. And other publishers exist.)