It needs saying, with any flavor of Linux, you will find tons of reading materials online and printed. These materials will cover the tiniest details and the largest of big-picture views. Some other software offers "here is an on screen button. push it and it changes colors" class publications at a much higher cost that download time.
Most of the paper book publishers also offer Linux topic titles in various e-Book formats as well.
Originally Posted by frankbell
it is sometimes much easier to have both a book and the computer going and switch your eyes back and forth between them than it is to switch between windows on a computer.
It is often impossible to use online docs when you are trying to fix a computer that is down or otherwise
off the network. (grin)
Favorite Error Message:
"Your system has crashed.
Consult help files for detailed explanation."