Linux for beginner. Debian


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I'm in Linux chastney a week probably. And I have one bad Technica feature, I know English is disgusting... Anyone advise the best book in Russian, which explains the level of the kettle to the level of a confident user of Debian Linux (or just Linux)

For example (binary files, various ustanovochnyi, special folders, what what), etc... the Issue is not the level of Habra, but still very much I ask to help to choose the really worthwhile literature.

Programming under UNIX system I have found in Russian.

PS. Can advise the literature on QT. (also in Russian)

PS2. I think it's still valuable desire — to patch holes in your education, but first of course your advice would probably be "learn English". By the way the tutorials in English I will gladly take note of.
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Please understand I am absolutely serious.
I recommend as a distro for beginners, and Gentoo.
Why:
1) Excellent Russian documentation
2) Understand how it all works "from the inside"
3) You for 3 months with gentoo learn that debian/redhat are going to teach.
Start, perhaps, with: Тыц1 and Тыц2
Read it, enjoy=)
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I suggest you do not read, put Linux at home, configure Internet, at the slightest shock, but You have to go to Google, and there you will find the solution, I did so, now I feel confident in Debian like systems. I stupidly set myself Ubuntu at work and I had to find solutions as quickly as possible, otherwise the job is worth and the customer doesn't care and the boss don't like it. Such ultimatums have achieved a lightning-fast searches of the necessary solutions. Before Linux was a sign a maximum six months, if not less.
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I can advise to look here or here. And yet, books in General, "cramming" is not necessary. You never know what will face. But for each concrete problem can always find useful info in the forums.
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Set a specific task and to solve them, it is up to you to decide, and not stupidly follow the step by step guidelines. In this case, to You the arrival of understanding and experience. Find the ways of solving specific tasks, is much easier than to abstract the documentation. Find something to read on a particular issue in Russian in the net no problem. There are sites where the same OpenNet, for example.
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Make a list of tasks and time of their execution, in the course of solution, make notes for yourself on a particular issue of notes.
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But the language still to learn, even if at the level of reading technical documentation and communicating in English-speaking forums, even with a dictionary.
It is on English-speaking forums is a bunch of docks.
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I think the most effective training is snezni the old system, to put any user-oriented Linux distro, and work exclusively in it :) So, want or not, and as solving problems (and at the beginning there'll be lots ;-))) ) sort out what's what.
From the literature I can advise is Available for UNIX. Linux, FreeBSD, DragonFlyBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, — in this book the presentation is separate from any distribu, and with a more generalized point of view, unix-like systems.
By the way why Debian? You chose distrib under some specific tasks or what? Just IMHO if there is no purpose to make yourself advanced admin in the shortest possible time, at the beginning as a home system it would be possible to put that thread, like, Ubuntu, Fedora... well, in short, distributors who have the entry threshold slightly smaller than that of Debian.
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To understand how Unix I recommend reading the book Philip Torchinsky "UNIX. A practical guide administrator". For information about Linux I recommend to read the wiki pages of ArchLinux and Gentoo.
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For Qt:
1) Max The Harness. Qt4. Professional programming in C++
2) Jasmine Blanchett, Mark SUMMERFIELD. Qt 4. GUI programming in C++
+ Qt Assistant
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