Recommend some decent dead tree/eBook Linux books for a tech
I've already got a copy of O'Reilly's Running Linux in the office, but it's 4th edition and 5th isn't much more recent and recommended Daniel Barrett's Linux Pocket Guide (2012), but I'm also after something a bit more recent and in-depth. Project-based without being too basic would be good.
We're running predominantly Ubuntu and a bit of Centos inhouse, so something that starts off on Ubuntu with desktop and then moves up to server build/deploy/administer would be fine, so long as it flags up "other distros may do it differently".
My target audience is willing and able, but hasn't really poked around with Linux beyond a bit logging in and shifting files around via SSH.
So what have you or your PFY bought recently that's good?