Now that we have revised the structure and Table of Contents for my upcoming three volume book, Using and Administering Linux — Zero to SysAdmin, I have updated the information about it here.
Because of the huge amount of information included in this book, it could only be published as three volumes. These three volumes are related and interconnected and cannot stand alone. You must have all three volumes in order to have the complete course.
In some ways I dislike having it broken up into three volumes. However the limitations imposed upon the “Print On Demand” model used by many publishers these days, including Apress, means that the course needs to be split to accommodate the ecologically sound objective of saving trees. So these books will not be printed unless physical copies are ordered. That is a very good thing.
If you need a self-study course that can help you learn to be a Linux system administrator, please consider this one.