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I'm looking for a good how-to website for Fedora. I've seen the one at linux.org but that's pretty basic. I'm looking for a good tutorial on things like peripheral setup, CD-burning, photo printing, etc. Basically the things I do on Windows beyond email, browsing, and office apps (which I already know how to do in Linux) so I can get to a point of switching to Linux completely.
"I'm looking for a good tutorial on things like peripheral setup, CD-burning, photo printing, etc"
Fedora is still enough like Red Hat that you can use Red Hat documentation. I am in the process of leisurely switching from SuSE to Fedora and I checked out a library book called "Red Hat Linux All-In-One Desk Reference for Dummies" by Naba Barkakati from the public library. This book has the answers to your questions.