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Old 07-16-2005, 05:59 AM   #1
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Hi could anyone give me some links to tutorials to useing linux

i have the Ubuntu distro
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I posted a simaler thread here.
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You might also check out the O'Reiley (sp?) line of books. They tend to be very helpful. I have "Running Linux" - very good. And there are others as well. Try to get the latest edition as the computer world truns pretty quickly.
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Rute user is a good read it starts from the ground up and covers things that are mostly universal to linux


edit: and Oreilly does make good books, in fact my favorite linux book is from an affilate of theirs called No Starch Press, the book is The Linux Cookbook 2nd Edition

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