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Good Introductory resources for linux

I'm looking for good book that teaches basics of Linux. I'm not interested (at the moment) about developing stuff, but more generally - what's Linux, how things work (how they are putted together), command line and other useful stuff thats needed to get comfortable with Linux. If we speak about distros, I'm more interested in Debian and Debian-based ones.

Please one book per answer and keep in mind - I'm newbie.

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Linux Bible by Christopher Negus, Wiley Publications.
Great book to take you from beginner to Pro.
ISBN: 0-7645-7949-5

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