"1 - Linux Starter Pack
linuxstarterpackIf you want to start using Linux then you could do
a lot worse than start with this guide. Although it is not so much
a book as a PDF version of a magazine supplement produced by Linux
Format, at 130 pages long it is a fantastic way to kickstart your
Linux experience. The guide focuses, as do many others, on the
Ubuntu desktop as the default installation with examples of
performing basic tasks to creating new users, upgrading and
installing new software to customising the desktop. Although
heavily focused on the Ubuntu desktop the Linux Starter Pack
provides more than enough information to get all users started on
"2 - The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read
Published in 2006, The Easiest Linux Guide You'll ever Read, is a
160+ pages of insight into moving from Windows to Linux."
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