[ubuntu-us-ma] New Ubuntu Bible

Martin Owens doctormo at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 00:54:26 GMT 2010

Hello Bill,

How does this compare to the Ubuntu Manual project?

And is this a published book to buy or a download? what's the license on
the material, is it re-distributable?

Most of the people in this Local Community are not experts, they're
normal computer users. We have a small selection of professional
computer users but mostly the high handed geeks end up in user groups
like the BLU and programming groups.

Advocacy, education and support has far more needs than just computer
know-how. Although to be fair it does help when it comes to support.


On Sun, 2010-02-14 at 19:09 -0500, Bill Simonds wrote:
> (I realize most readers here are advance computerist whom are beyond
> this guide, but it's worth knowing about if you are installing Ubuntu
> for new Linux users)
> There are a lot of people still stuck with Windows because it’s the
> ‘easier alternative’. Linux is both cheaper and more versatile than
> Microsoft’s operating system, but the learning curve has frightened
> off many people.
> In the past we published A Newbie’s Getting Started Guide to Linux,
> aimed at the making you familiar with the most basic Linux principles.
> With the release of a new Ubuntu (Linux for human beings)
> distribution, Karmic Koala, we felt it was time to go back to the
> roots and beyond.
> We teamed up with Guvnr.com to create the Ubuntu Karmic Koala Bible –
> a guide that’s both great for Linux initiates, and invariably useful
> for Linux intermediates. With over fifty pages of copy-paste
> tutorials, this guide belongs in the virtual library of every Linux
> user!
> http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/the-incredible-guide-to-ubuntu-karmic-koala-linux-pdf/

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