I'm not that new to computers.
I know hardware terms. I had a taste of Mint, Ubuntu and others.
I'm not a super-newbie, I understand how arguments work and
on which base are they executed. I don't know bash.
But I'd like to learn Linux hands-on. So that when "This Awesome Company"
releases alpha version of their "Awesome Software" for Linux. That I will
know how to install it properly, and if something goes wrong just repair
it myself instead of just crying out for help.
That whenever I'd like operating system to do something, instead of Googling
"how to make Linux yawn", I'll know command to it and execute it.
How do I say it otherwise. Does anybody know a book that would help me
become self-sufficient in usage of Linux (desktop enviroments,
internal functions and terminals)? Something that would allow me after
some time with easy Linux Arch installation, or even creation of own
LSF distro. A book that could lean me some knowledge to the point,
where Linux errors, unclear instructions, advanced operations,
extreme modifications or some really weird hybrid applications
and others would become no problem. Simple way, a book
that would turn Linux newbie, into Linux beginner, and from
there I'll work my way and make my experience.
The way I'm accustomed to Windows right now.
Preferably an e-book, and also free.
But I'm willing to pay a good price, for a good book.