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Book review – "Beginning Ubuntu Linux"

Slashdot have had a read-through of “Beginning Ubuntu Linux – From Novice to Professional” and find it a good book targeted at neophytes in Linux who wish to install and use Ubuntu on their machines.
The review is found here

Quote:

Having said that, even though at first glance, a person who is well versed in Linux might be tempted to pass it on as a book for newbies; on close scrutiny, one will find interesting nuggets and tips which even an expert would not have known. One example of this is the part where the author explains how one can configure Ubuntu to communicate and transfer data with one's bluetooth enabled cell phone. And it is to the authors credit that all these technical topics are explained in clear and simple language. The book is interspersed with images and screen shots making it easier to visualize the steps being explained. All in all a good book which is both informative and entertaining at the same time, and which would appeal to anybody interested in installing and using Ubuntu Linux on ones machine.

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