Best 5 books to learn Linux for beginners.

Best 5 books to learn Linux for beginners, in this blog I will be sharing some of the best books to learn Linux. Linux is an open-source operating system used by developers and hackers. If you wanted to be an ethical hacker or a black hat hacker then you should know want is Linux, and how to use Linux. All the books that I had listed are suggested by red hate certified professional so you can trust this list. The books are for all kinds of people, whether you are a beginner or advance in Linux. So let’s start with the first book.

How Linux works

The first book on our list is How Linux works. The book is not recommended for people who are new to Linux. In this book, you can learn how Linux boots works, also you can learn from bootloaders to in its implementations and this is really a good thing in this book. It also teaches you how the colonel manages devices work. Moreover, it will also take you into networking in Linux, you will learn about firewalls and how server Works. So if you are familiar with the basics of Linux then it’s the perfect book for you.

The author of the book is Brain Ward, and the publisher is No Starch Press. The book is rated 4 and a half out of 5.

Linux command line

The next book on our list is the Linux command line. This book is for the absolute beginners, as a beginner, you will learn many commands in Linux like creating and deleting files directory and siblings, etc. You will also learn concepts like administering your system, networking package installation, Process Management, and how to use standard input-output redirection. So if you wanted to get started in Linux this book is best for you. The author of the book is Williams E. Shotts and again published by No Starch Press. The rating of the book is 4 and a half out of 5.

Linux for beginners

Basically, the book deals with how to get access to a Linux server. The book will take you from beginner to advance level. It contains many of the basic things like creating, moving, deleting directories, listening, creating editing copying, and deleting files. The author of the book Jason Cannon and the rating of the book is 4 and a half out of 5. The best part about the book is it has a free e-edition. Check it out from the below link

A practice guide to Linux

I personally like this book, I had learned Linux form this book. If you don’t like any of the books then go with this book. In the book, every topic is deeply defined and you will get a deep knowledge of Linux with this book. The book basically deals with the command lines in Linux, you can keep this book as a reference book. The author of the book is Sobell and published by Pearson Education India. The book is rated 4 and a half out of 5.

Linux Fundamentals by Paul

The book deals with Linux history how it is created, distributions and installations, etc. As the name suggests the book will teach you the fundamentals of Linux and hence the book is for beginners. The book will take you to the basic commons that are covered in Linux. Many people also say that this book is the Bible of Linux. I will definitely recommend this book. Additionally, some advanced topics are also covered like using a database in Linux using the web, email, etc. So go and check out this book it has some great content, in general, this book will help you exploring linux kernal. The author of the book is Paul Cobbaut and the book is published by Samurai Media Limited. This book is also rated 4 and a half out of 5.

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After picking a book you need to practice, otherwise, Linux is not a theoretical subject that you will learn for getting marks. You have be consistent in whatever you learn. Make sure to share this blog if you like the Best 5 books to learn Linux for beginners. Also, leave a comment below in the comment box if you have any questions.

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