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Book review: Beginning Ubuntu Linux…

FreeSoftwareMagazine have posted a review of “Beginning Ubuntu Linux: From Novice to Professional”
It is found here

Quote:

Pros
So you want to migrate or you know people that do—get this book and that’s really all you’ll need. I can’t stress enough how comprehesive and easy to use this book is.

Cons
As I said, this book isn’t for GNU/Linux geeks. If you are a geek with no idea about the Ubuntu distro and want to have a quick look, this book could certainly help you, but if you are a geek the pace of the book might seem frustratingly slow. One point I will make is that the CD included with the book contains version 5.10, and the Ubuntu developers are now up to version 6.06 (Dapper Drake). So bear in mind that there are more recent versions available (for free, obviously).

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