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Here is a site that has these Linux books to download,

Plus other programming and web books

h++p://rtfm.lecram.sk/

Advanced Linux Programming

An Interactive Introduction to OpenGL Programming

An Introduction to Display Editiong with Vi

Bourne Shell Quick Reference Guide

GIMP User's Manual - The Complete Guide to GIMP

Learning the Korn Shell

Learning the UNIX Operating System

Learning the vi Editor

Linux Administration Made Easy

Linux Complete Command Reference

Linux Device Drivers (2nd Edition)

Linux in Plain English

Linux Installation and Getting Started - Version 3.2

O'Reilly The UNIX CD Bookshelf

OpenGL on Silicon Graphics System

OpenGL Programming Guide

OpenGL Super Bible

Practical UNIX & Internet Security

Sams Teach Yourself Shell Programming in 24 Hours

sed & awk

sendmail

sendmail Desktop Reference

Slackware Linux Unleashed

The Linux Programmer's Guide Version 0.4

The Linux System Administrator's Guide -- Version 0.6.2

The Linux Users Guide

Understanding the Linux Kernel

UNIX Hints & Hacks

UNIX in a Nutshell: System V Edition

Unix is a Four Letter Word... and Vi is a Two Letter Abbreviation

UNIX Power Tools

:lol:

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LeeBoy: Dude you are fscking awesome. The sheer amount of information collected here is...well it almost brings a tear to my eye :P .

One simple request, (no offense) can you please stop using the addition operators when posting links. Sure it's clever and all but then I have to go manually edit the url after copying and pasting.

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Unix is a Four Letter Word... and Vi is a Two Letter Abbreviation

That's pretty funny. I just learned a cool shortcut to transpose characters in vi from an article linked at linuxorbit - "xp". Huh, that's weird...

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I got alot of dead links on that page, anyone else? BTW the site rules anyways :D nothing is better than free information!

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Ya I got some dead links also

And this morning I noticed the site was down

it was kind of slow last night.

I will let you know when the site comes back up

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Damnit he probably took it down :angry:

The sudden influx of traffic must have spooked him (dude had a lot of copyrighted material including every semester of Cisco's Networking Academy).

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shhhh if you want the cisco curriculum I have the 4 semesters of the CCNA

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most of this can be found on p2p

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Buying the book from o'rielly is probably one of the best things to do since their books are so high quality and really worth it. Any of the "in a nutshell" books are so much more useful than "Learn Lunix is 3 hours!!!" kinda stuff.

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And you can get some tyte bookage for cheap if you look in the right places.. besides nothing beats sitting in a easy char, sipping a cold one as you assimulate a 600 page book full of technical info.. :)

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yep, sometimes you need to get away from the on-screen stuff and just read some good old fashioned paper and ink.

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The sites back up and running

so if there are any books you want go and get them :P

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thanks for the heads up ... looks like he deleted all his o'reilly books though

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try going to the OTHER BOOKS link

There are some there.

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ya i just saw that... i'm gonna download them so i have them on my computer jsut incase the site goes down again.

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i downloaded all the oreilly books using httrack so if anyone wants tem i'll zip em or rar em or something and email them to you or something.... contact me on aim d3cifer or icq 12535479 or leave a pm on here for me.

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Nice link, hmmm Guest hehe

Another good place to get your E-books is on irc.bookwarez.net:6667

channels are #bw and #bw-tech

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The O'Reilly books I agree are good info for reading offline. Funny how my

local B&N store always buy these mass amounts of Unix books....Hmm wonder

if that because I call them many times as different ppl asking for them and then

noone buys them. The last time I was there I got the O'Reilly sed &awk, perl,

advance perl, an Unix in a Nutshell as one of the last chance books and they

were all marked down to $5 Sweet B)

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The O'Reilly books I agree are good info for reading offline. Funny how my

local B&N store always buy these mass amounts of Unix books....Hmm wonder

if that because I call them many times as different ppl asking for them and then

noone buys them. The last time I was there I got the O'Reilly sed &awk, perl,

advance perl, an Unix in a Nutshell as one of the last chance books and they

were all marked down to $5 Sweet B)

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