I'm new to Linux, have been fiddling around with ubuntu and fedora for about a month now. I've decided to go with Fedora since it's more industry oriented and since I love Linux
. Just like to ask which book is better that will be good for beginner and have fair amount of details. (Because I like to know "how it's done"rather than just getting things done). I like to know about running linux both for desktop and server.
1. Fedora 10 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible by Christopher Negus
2. Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux: College Edition (4th Ed) by Mark G Sobell
Thanks in advance.