Free Kindle Books

These best-selling Linux books are free in Kindle format only right now at Amazon.com until Saturday, January 28th, 2023:

NOTE: You do not have to sign up for Kindle Unlimited. For instructions, see below.

Linux for Beginners

Shell Scripting

Linux Administration

Command Line Kung Fu

Docker

Python Programming

Countries Outside of the United States:

If you’re in the UK, then use this link.

If you’re in Canada, use this link.

If you’re in Australia, use this link.

If you’re in India, then use this link.

If you’re elsewhere, there is a chance that it might be available for free in your country’s Amazon store. If it’s not, I sincerely apologize — I don’t have any control over Amazon. Amazon works in mysterious ways. 😉

How to get your book(s) for free:

First, make sure the Kindle price is listed as $0.00. (If it’s not $0.00, then it’s NOT free where you are.)

Next, click “Buy now with 1-click”. (Do NOT click on “Read for Free” as that is for the Kindle Unlimited program.)

Instead of asking for a payment, it will just send you to a “Thank You” page because the price is $0.00.

Free Linux Books On Kindle

I want to be super clear that you do NOT have to sign up for Kindle Unlimited to get the book free forever. When it’s priced at $0.00 and you click on “Buy now with 1-click,” you are sent to a “Thank You” page (no payment required).

Enjoy and share this link with anyone you think would be interested in learning more about Linux.

Jason

P.S. You don’t have to own a Kindle device in order to read this book. Just use the Kindle Cloud Reader or download the Kindle app for your PC, Mac, or mobile device.

P.P.S. I wanted to share this resource in the hopes that you can take advantage of it. However, if you don’t have an Amazon.com account, then you probably won’t be able to download the book. Sorry, there are no other free options available.

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