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I just installed suse 10.3.I dont know the abc of linux.Iam also using xp.All I want is a Linux guide in a print form because I am using Dial up GPRS Connection.I could not break my back sitting longer hours at my system.Please suggest me a Book on Suse 10.3.Is any thing available in suse itself like XP help centre.If yes, how to open it?
Suse has on-disk documentation in the form of a system administrators manual and a users manual. By on-disk, I mean on your hard disk. If it isn't installed by default, you can install it from install media. Look in /usr/share/doc/manual.