The Official Ubuntu Book (9th Edition) by Matthew Helmke

The Official Ubuntu Book (9th Edition) by Matthew Helmke, Elizabeth K. Joseph, Jose Antonio Rey
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 9.9 MB
Overview: The free Ubuntu operating system has won the hearts and minds of millions of users worldwide. It combines a strong technical platform, impressive quality, and an enthusiastic global community of users who relentlessly support, document, and test it.
The Official Ubuntu Book, Ninth Edition, has been extensively updated with a single goal: to make running today’s Ubuntu even more pleasant and productive for you. It’s the ideal one-stop knowledge source for Ubuntu novices, those upgrading from older versions or other Linux distributions, and anyone moving toward power-user status.
Its expert authors focus on what you need to know most about installation, applications, media, administration, software applications, and much more. You’ll discover powerful Unity desktop improvements that make Ubuntu even friendlier and more convenient. You’ll also connect with the amazing Ubuntu community and the incredible resources it offers you.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Beginning Ubuntu Linux by Keir Thomas, Andy Channelle

Beginning Ubuntu Linux by Keir Thomas, Andy Channelle
Requirements: .PDF reader, 13.4 Mb
Overview: Beginning Ubuntu Linux, Fourth Edition is the update to the bestselling book on Ubuntu, today’s hottest Linux distribution. Targeting newcomers to Linux and to the Ubuntu distribution alike, readers are presented with an introduction to the world of Linux and open source community, followed by a detailed overview of Ubuntu’s installation and configuration process. From there readers learn how to wield total control over their newly installed operating system, and are guided through common tasks such as writing documents, listening to audio CDs and MP3s, watching movies, using VoIP and chat, and of course general system maintenance matters.
Additionally, there’s a series of comprehensive tutorials on Linux internals and the command-line prompt-essential for any Linux user-and the book includes special sections on optimization, security, and system maintenance.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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