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Distribution: redhat, fedora, mandrake, debian, and my fav. gentoo
i have been messing with linux for the last 3 years and i have a good feel for it as well as a great understanding of it. I believe that i'm pretty far past newbie, i have compilied my kernel, configured boot loaders, fstab, compilied apache with mysql, ssl, and php. and alot more, and right now i kinda feel like i'm stuck in a spot where it comes to learning, does anyone know of a book or site that covers more stuff to learn. (i know that i don't know everything i'm far from it, i just don't know what to do next)
i know it's a weird question that doesn't belong on a help forum, but i couldn't find the answer anywhere else.