Karl F. Larsen klarsen1 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 16 19:46:43 UTC 2010

Tero Pesonen wrote, On 02/16/2010 10:04 AM:
> On Tue, 2010-02-16 at 10:14 -0600, Jimmy Dominguez 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 !!
> When I started with Linux, the official boxes you ordered directly from
> Germany used to come with 10 CD's and two or three manuals, each a few
> hundred pages worth of reading. That was with SuSE Linux Professional,
> and that's how I learnt how Linux works, and how to administer my box
> (quite a computer-culture shock after Windows 98.)
> Does Ubuntu publish any official, printed material? 
> There seems to be
> http://ubuntuguide.org/
> but I haven't read it. 
> The most useful aspect of those old SuSE manuals was that they taught
> how to use the console. I suggest you learn it at some point. It is the
> most productive tool you have access to.
> Tero Pesonen
	Hi, you can get from Ubuntu "GNU-Linux-Tools-Summary.pdf, and 
intro-linux.pdf, and sag.pdf , and user-beta-1.pdf.gz.

	The easy way to find these .pdf files is put the name of the 
pdf in Google. I of course have all three and they are easy 

73 Karl


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