Ubuntu Linux for Non-geeks: A Pain-free, Project-based, Get-things-done Guidebook
This newbie's guide to Ubuntu lets readers learn by doing. Using immersion-learning techniques favored by language courses, step-by-step projects build upon earlier tutorial concepts, stimulating the brain and increasing the reader's understanding. It also covers all the topics likely to be of interest to an average desktop user, such as installing new software via Synpatic; Internet connectivity; working with removable storage devices, printers, and scanners; and handling DVDs, audio files, and even iPods. It also eases readers into the world of commands, thus allowing them to work with Java, Python or other script-based applications; converting RPMs to DEB files; and compiling software from source.
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A good book for the newcomer, arranged in a topical fashion with clear how-to descriptions for the kinds of tasks a new user will be doing. Read full review
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