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Old 08-21-2006, 02:34 PM   #1
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Finding guide map for studying Linux

Once I saw a guide map for studying Linux, published by O'Reilly. Its content is about what books you should read for studying Linux step b y step. I remenber that the first book is 'Running Linux', and the second is 'LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell'. Now I can not find it, even I try google for times. Who have seen the guide map and could show me how to get it?
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O'Reilly website??

Here MY guide:
1. Push buttons--try things
2. Ask specific questions when you get stuck---return to step 1.
3. Read a book--eg Linux in a Nutshell from O'Reilly. When you get tired, return to step 1.
4. Read another book---Linux+ 2005 In Depth (Thomson course technology)
Repeat as required

The point is that you learn by doing--books are useful but are only part of the process.
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