[TriLUG] Linux intro book recommendation?
cgbullock at cox.net
Thu Oct 16 14:22:29 EDT 2003
There is a good book at Barnes & Nobles about OpenOffice though. I have
not found a "newbie" intro to Linux book though, everything is directed
to the novice/advanced user from what I have seen.
Christopher L Merrill wrote:
> Today my BIL asked me "How hard would it be to get linux running
> on our desktop to replace Win98 and MSOffice."
> I have no problem sending a 'techie' to the right resources to get
> started...but he is not a 'techie'. Stricly an end-user type.
> I told him he needs to get a good book to explain the key differences
> between the OSes and what to expect. I was thinking 'book' because
> a website will not help him when he gets stuck halfway through the
> configuration process :>
> What 'Idiot's Guide to Linux' books do y'all recommend?
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