LINFO Project Is Vital Starting Point For GNU/Linux Newcomers
Nov 09, 2007, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by D.C. Parris)
[ Thanks to D.C.
Parris for this link. ]
"If you are new to the GNU/Linux world, and need to know where
to begin, you might find the LINFO project very useful.
"I have been using GNU/Linux for a long time--off-and-on since
1997 and exclusively since 2004. And it just so happens that the
LINFO project began in 2004 when the Bellevue Linux Users Group
(BELUG) decided to provide a one-stop shop for newcomers to
discover GNU/Linux. The LINFO project offers numerous articles
ranging from howtos to FAQs and even a dictionary of terminology.
Frankly, although the project could stand to offer some descriptive
information, it's jam-packed with good information essential to
help newcomers learn more about GNU/Linux and FOSS..."