free linux ebooks

Few days ago I came across nice site named Free Linux eBooks containing tons of Linux related electronic books for offline reading (mostly in PDF). Here is the list of available ones (please note that site allows to download 10 books per day)…

  • Apache The Definitive Guide
  • Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide
  • Brian and Tom’s Linux Book
  • Bash Guide for Beginners
  • Beyond Linux from Scratch
  • Cool Shell Scripts
  • Debian Desktop Survival Guide
  • Debian Linux Cookbook
  • Easiest Linux Guide Ever
  • Free for All
  • FreeBSD Book
  • Firewall and Proxy Server Howto
  • GTK+/Gnome Application Developement
  • Grokking the Gimp
  • Gui Programming with QT3
  • GNU Emacs Manual
  • Hardware Detection for GNU/Linux
  • Hardare Detection for GNU/Linux
  • Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Integrating Linux and Windows
  • Inside Linux
  • Introduction to Linux
  • Java Application Developement on Linux
  • JDS Linux Desktop
  • Knowing Knoppix
  • Linux Secure and optimised Server
  • Linux Programmers Guide
  • Linux Unwired
  • Linux Transfer for Windows Network Administrators
  • Linux Time Saving Techniques
  • Linux Server Security
  • Linux in a Windows World
  • Linux Device Drivers
  • Linux Phrasebook
  • Linux + Windows Howto
  • Linux + Windows9X + Grub Howto
  • Linux Certification in a Nutshell
  • Linux Installation and Getting Started
  • Linux Configuration and Installation (Slackware)
  • Linux Bible
  • Linux Virtual Memory Manager
  • Linux + Study Guide 3rd Edition
  • Linux Dictionary
  • Linux Samba Howto
  • Linux Filesystem Hierarchy
  • Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide
  • Linux Shell Scripting with Bash
  • Linux Consultants Guide
  • Linux for Non-Geeks
  • Linux Developement Platform
  • Linux Developers Manual
  • Linux Security Quick Reference Guide
  • Linux: Rute User’s Tutorial and Exposition
  • Linux Network Administrator’s Guide
  • Linux System Administrator’s Guide
  • Linux Kernel Internals 2nd Edition
  • Linux Manual
  • Linux Kernel 2.4 Internals
  • Linux Quick Fix Notebook
  • Linux Newbie Administrator Guide
  • Linux Terminal Server Project
  • Maximum RPM
  • Moving from Windows to Linux
  • Migration Guide
  • Managing Linux Systems with Webmin
  • Mandrake Linux 10.1 Starter Guide
  • No Starch Linux Cookbook
  • Open Source Security Tools
  • Optimising Linux Performance
  • O’Reilly Building Secure Servers
  • O’Reilly Linux Security Cookbook
  • O’Reilly LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell
  • O’Reilly Running Linux 4th Edition
  • O’Reilly Running Linux 5th Edition
  • O’Reilly Linux Server Hacks
  • O’Reilly Learning Debian-GNU Linux
  • O’Reilly Linux Network Administrators Guide
  • O’Reilly Learning the Vi editor
  • O’Reilly Linux Command Directory
  • O’Reilly Sendmail Desktop Reference
  • O’Reilly Understanding Linux Network Internals
  • Practical Linux
  • Performance Tuning for Linux
  • Practical Guide to Redhat Linux
  • Programming Linux Games
  • Pocket Linux Guide
  • Redhat Cluster Management
  • Redhat Linux Rhce Study Guide
  • Redhat Linux Rhce Cram Session
  • Redhat Linux Rhce Book
  • Redhat Linux Certified Engineer Study Guide
  • Redhat Linux 8.0 Customisation Guide
  • Redhat Linux 7.3 Reference Guide
  • Redhat Securing and Optimising Linux
  • Samba 3 by Example
  • Step by Step Linux Guide
  • Securing and Optimising Linux the Ultimate Solution
  • SuSE Linux 9.3 Administration Guide
  • SuSE Linux 9.3 User Guide
  • Slackware Linux Essentials
  • Secure Linux Servers
  • Self Service Linux
  • The Official Samba 3 Howto
  • The Official Gnome 2 Developers Guide
  • The Official Ubuntu Book
  • Using Linux 4th Edition
  • Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide
  • Ubuntu Hacks, Tips and Tools
  • Using Linux as a Router
  • User Guide to the Linux Desktop
  • Vim Quick Reference Card
  • Vim Book

 

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  2. November 14, 2007  4:46 am by mahesh Reply

    i canot download the books

  3. November 14, 2007  7:51 am by artiomix Reply

    Hi mahesh,

    Just try to download from http://freebooks.homelinux.org/ as they put restrictions on sites you can click to download books from.

  4. November 14, 2007  11:38 am by dreamguy Reply

    love it, thanks
    Can you provide some other sites about computer ebook for free download?

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  6. October 22, 2008  12:02 pm by priya Reply

    the http://freebooks.homelinux.org/ is not responding.

  7. February 8, 2009  11:17 pm by yo9gjx Reply

    Is another site with a lot of linux books, also you can upload your one
    http://www.scribd.com/

  8. February 18, 2009  4:17 am by rajarammohan Reply

    send pdf manual of linux through mail. awaiting the same

  9. December 14, 2009  3:06 am by Thomas G. Haas Reply

    Thanks to Amazon for shipping my Kindle 2 early! Everyone's doing a great job here talking about the improved features. I'm going to comment on how using the Kindle 2 feels. Amazon has done an amazing job of stripping away the technical annoyances with using electronic gadgets. When you look at it, if you don't focus too hard, the little buttons and controls fade away and all you see is the text. You get such a sense of quiet and comfort from that. No screaming banner ads, no strobing backlit display and no sound! It's really remarkable... both retro and high tech together! It feels very solid in your hand and does not feel flimsy, cheap or insubstantial. It's like a rigid wafer that's heavy enough, but would never be tiresome to hold a while.



    The screen is lovely, with little glare. The fact that when you turn it off, it stays on takes getting used to. I absolutely love the graphics that come up when you turn it off and wonder if there's a way to change them out with my own photos?



    So what the Kindle 2 is - it's a quiet unintrusive device that calls you to. It's not a further distraction in your already distracting world, but it's a calm oasis in your hand. Hmm. Sounds like what a book would be. But this does so much more.



    The experimental web feature is very rough in terms of the elegant simplicity of the rest of the Kindle 2 features. Don't buy this for web surfing!



    In summary, if you like books, you'll love Kindle 2. The technology is seamless and you won't feel like you need technical expertise to use it. It feels like an extension of your hand very quickly. It doesn't flash, scream, strobe, move, etc.... but it does what it does to extremely well. It's quiet in your hand and a pleasure to use. People around you are drawn to it. When using it, you can't help but wish that more of the products you use in your daily life were like this. It is the future. Thanks Amazon!

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