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    Books/Resources check this thread if you want tuts/manuals

    Thanks mcangeli for giving us this forum. Anyways as the first topic I think it may be helpful to keep a database of books/resources that people find useful. Heres what I have on my desk

    vi pocketbook
    Linux 3D
    STL Tutorial and Reference
    OpenGL Programmers Guide (the red book)
    College Physics book
    College Calc book
    Game Programming Gems (1 through 4)
    Encyclopedia of Mathematics
    Linux Kernel
    Shellcoders Handbook

    Other books I found/find useful:
    Tcp/IP administration
    Operating Systems Textbook from school


    online resources:
    intels instruction reference
    AoA
    /.*google.*/

    and last but far from least:
    MAN PAGES

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    Nice list. Got links?

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    for the online resources:
    http://www.intel.com <--- there are many resources there
    AoA is at http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AoA/Linux/
    and google.... http://google.com/linux

    Another good source of online documentation is http://www.gnu.org
    and of course: http://www.tldp.org

    The others are books, not web-pages

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    Can't forget The Linux Cookbook!
    http://www.nostarch.com/frameset.php?startat=lcbk2

    When I was learning how to use Linux a few years ago TLC was _invaluable_ to me. I think all newbies that don't have a *nix background should have a copy; there's a minimum of wordy bullshit and a maximum of concise, helpful descriptions and good examples of commands. Man pages are meant to be used as references by people who already more or less know what they're doing; TLC is designed to *teach* people how to use Linux.

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    I also have to recommend Oreilly's perl book (the camel one). Perl comes in extremely handy for automating that redundant task... (ever had to #define about 300-500 constants based on data that you could easily regex out of a txt file if you knew how?... it gets boring ;p)

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