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Re: Any tutorials/fundamentals, advice needed



Hi,
 better choose a flavour of linux, say as RedHat/ SUSE/ Turbo......
 if it is going to RedHat, better try http://www.redhat.com
you would most of the documents from their own site......
 for general links tutorials, better go for:
 linuxlinks.com <http://linuxlinks.com>
linux.ittoolbox.com <http://linux.ittoolbox.com>
 ...
 better to learn from the basics.... to understand the best of linux


 On 10/4/05, Bharadwaj <bharadwaj_chdj dataone in> wrote:
>
> Good Evening Every body,
>
> 1) I am working as QA Engineer,I want to leran Linux , Can anybody tell
> any
> best practices to learn Linux..
> Any Good websites / tutorials/ ebooks/ mailing lists.
>
> 2) Daily If I spent 2 hours do u think I can learn linux with in 6 months.
> let us say a level of (4 out 10)
>
> 3) Initiatly what are all areas are most importent for linux
> professional.?
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>
> Thankxs in advance.
> Bharadwaj.
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