What is the most detailed Ubuntu book?

Swapnil Jain swapnil at pisces.net.in
Fri Jan 1 17:31:14 UTC 2010

google is best and complete book for anything. if you really want to learn linux or say ubuntu, than the first step would be install it and start using it. if you want to be a linux programmer than you need a shell programming book. you can also have a initial look at


this is a good guide. need any help this forum is there.

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On 01-Jan-2010, at 9:58 PM, mdovell at comcast.net wrote:

> I know that there are short guides sometimes but I was thinking of something mostly complete and current. Or it would it be a bit better to wait for 10.0 since it's a LTR? I think I'm learning more as to how to use Ubuntu but more is always better.
> Would a book on bash shell also be good?
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