Best Linux Books

Here is my recommendation of Top Linux Books. Some of these are recommendations based on my personal reading and rest are a result of search on Internet. These books are very helpful for newbies and also for people who want to build expertise in Linux. For a complete selection of best selling books on linux, see best linux books or continue reading the recommendations below.
Linux: The Complete Reference, by Richard Petersen. – This may well be Richard Petersen’s best Linux Reference book to date as it is well written and appeals to the novice as well as the system administrator.
Running Linux, by Matt Welsh, Matthias Kalle Dalheimer, Lar Kaufman and Terry Dawson. [Publisher – O’Reilly & Associates]
Linux Cookbook by Carla Schroder. [Publisher – O’Reilly & Associates]
Linux Quick Fix by Peter Harrison
The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source by Martin Fink
The Book of Postfix: State-of-the-Art Message Transport by Ralf Hildebrandt and Patrick Koetter
Linux Firewalls – [2nd Edition] by Robert Ziegler
Linux in a Nutshell -[Fourth Edition] by Ellen Siever, Aaron Weber and Stephen Figgins [Publisher – O’Reilly & Associates]
Moving to Linux: Kiss the Blue Screen of Death Goodbye! by Marcel Gagne [Publisher – Addison Wesley Professional]
A Practical Guide to Linux: Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming by Mark G. Sobell [Publisher – Prentice Hall PTR]
Building Secure Servers with Linux by Michael D. Bauer. [Publisher – O’Reilly & Associates]
Linux Pocket Guide by Daniel J. Barrett. [Publisher – O’Reilly & Associates]
» If you are specifically looking for books about Redhat linux, I recommend that you first download the redhat manuals available on their website and if those manuals do not help then buy redhat linux books.…