I would highly recommend a subscription to Linux Format; www.linuxformat.com
Also, checkout this post: http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=21815
Last edited by KrunchTime (2012-11-14 20:03:49)
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"When you say, 'I wrote a program that crashed Windows,' people just stare at you blankly and say, 'Hey, I got those with the system, for free.' -- Linus Torvalds
There is a lot of useful information available at debian-administration.org/.
just done the same, arch-wux
good learning process, bloody annoying at first,
O'reillys unix power tools, is good, kinda like learning about bicycles to understand motorbikes better.
'Understanding the Linux Kernel' is a book that explains in great detail how the kernel is constructed & operates, heavy going but interesting if you can follow it.
A lighter read is The Debian Administrators Handbook, very good info, quite easy to read.
Then there is 'RUTE', a general guide to Linux & it's commands.