J dreadpiratejeff at gmail.com
Tue Feb 16 17:13:56 UTC 2010

On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 11:14, Jimmy Dominguez <dzibilchaltun at gmail.com> wrote:
> Now that I see I am not the only one who can just spell Ubuntu, can someone
> suggest some reading material that would give me an adequate foundation to
> begin learning ?
> I have loaded Ubuntu 9.10 and can get around the gui, but I know that is
> just the tip.  Feed me Seymour !!
> Thanks in advance,
> Jimmy

Meh... online stuff ;-)

There are some great websites and forums and lists (like this one)
that can get you going.  However, if you're a bit old-school, as I am,
you also prefer that warm feeling and heft of a good book ;-)

Ubuntu For Non-Geeks, Third Edition

Ubuntu: Up and Running
A Power User's Desktop Guide (Est. release date, April 2010)

Now, caveat this by saying I have not read these, however, I have a
long love-affair with O'Reilly books when it comes to technical books.
 For me, they've always seemed very well written and make for great
reference material.




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