[ubuntu-uk] Beginning Ubuntu Linux, Kier Thomas and Jamie Sicam
lake54 at lake54.com
Sat May 30 08:53:04 BST 2009
I've actually just checked the book I have and it is the third
edition. Starting on page 657 is a bash command index which is very
On 29 May 2009, at 23:39, James Milligan <lake54 at lake54.com> wrote:
> Yep this book does.
> On 29 May 2009, at 22:46, John <jakewc2 at sky.com> wrote:
>> I bought the Ubuntu Linux for Dummies book a while back, sorry cant
>> remember what the price was, but that came from the USA, and arrived
>> within 5 days. I was quite surprised to get it so quickly. It wasnt
>> expensive. Is this book any good, it has helped me a bit, but it is
>> basic. Is this book you mentioned worth getting as well as? I am
>> for something that deals more with the Terminal, and how to use that
>> now. Anybody know of any books that deal with Terminal basics?
>> Thank you.
>> James Milligan wrote:
>>> I can also vouch for this - I have the second edition and helped me
>>> loads gettig started at least with some of the basics (it does have
>>> detailed bits as well)
>>> On 29 May 2009, at 22:20, mike daniels <mikezz1011 at yahoo.com
>>> <mailto:mikezz1011 at yahoo.com>> wrote:
>>>> W.H.Smith Direct (internet) are curenly offering the third edition
>>>> Beginning Ubunto Linux for £23-97, delivered.
>>>> Mine arrived next day, before 12, by TNT.
>>>> Please note, this is the internet price, instore price is more
>>>> The DVD provided has, Kubuntu, Xubuntu,Edubuntu,
>>>> Ubuntu alternate installer,Ubuntux86-64, Ubuntu Power PC and Ubuntu
>>>> main release 8.04.
>>>> Written for first time users and "experts" alike, the book serves
>>>> both an instruction manual and a knowledge base.
>>>> I write this e-mail in the spirit of Ubuntu, helping each other, I
>>>> have no connection with W.H Smith beyond that of being a customer.
>>>> The £23-97 price is the best I have found so far.
>>>> Regards, Michael.D
>>>> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com <mailto:ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com>
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