I am a great fan of this site and really happy to tell you all that tutorials given here are of great help to me and much better than any book that I have ever come across, since they are based on real world experinces rather than copies from some where else on the world wide web without much of a thought. I have been trying to learn some basics of the open soruce world on my own like Linux, My SQL, PHP, C, C++ etc. My recent focus is on learning as much as possible about using the Linux OS (Fedora version) by using a few books but I am quite disappointed to see that hardly any of them have so far satisfied me fully. There is always something missing and my money seems to have gone down the bin. But then I came across this totorials on this very site about Linux:
And they are just great. All I would like to request is, please keep posting quality open source tutorials on this site based or ranked on the basis of their relevance, language and simplicity. I am sure people like me who are just starting out will benefit from them a lot. Right now I am reading the book which has been recommended by many people on Amazon, it is called Linux In a Nutshell. Despite the so good reviews, I am not completely happy with it as it raises more questions than it actually answers, and sincerely hoping that someone will write tutorials or a series of tutorials that deal with each chapter of this so called great book. Here are a list of chapters in question.
Thanks a lot guys for the dedication and time shown by you all in terms of helping the community. God bless. Cheers.