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My greetings, dear developers and programmers! Need any systematic knowledge of Linux administration. Any book that page by page without typing every question I need will give me more info about using Linux soft and utilities, about booting process, system configuration, logging, developer's tools, debugging. I have Russian book "Linux. Alphabet of a Kernel" (as I can translate it into English). There is much info about C functions of a kernel. It is a "low-level knowledge", that has no practical application current time for me. Need typographic publication about how to use Linux: most popular applications, environment configuration. As these: bash, find xargs, awk, sed, grep, regular expressions, crontab, grub, boot.conf fdisk, Xorg, desktop environment, kernel, menuconfig, kernel modules, difference between apt-get, yum, aur, emerge, working with network, using of Gentoo, system calls, interrupts, drivers, firmware soft, free developer environment: qt, gtk+, eclipse, python beginnings. The web search take too much time and eyes. Advise a book, please.