Genre: Home & Office Computing
Paperback: 32 pages
Description: This book answers your basic questions about Linux, and how to get around in the world of Linux.
Unlike most Linux books, this book is targetted at end-users, not programmers or system administrators.
Linux is the hot technology of today. However, few people really know what it's about, much less how to use it. This book gives you a short, simple explanation of what Linux is all about, and general guidelines for using it successfully. It is not comprehensive, but meant to answer your questions and help you find the rest of the information you need.
No other book hits the topics this one does. Most Linux books assume that you know what source code is, or what a Linux distribution is. We know that Linux is a completely different world for many people - yet it is a world that everyone needs to understand. This book will help you bridge the gap that many find hard to cross over.
If you've been looking at Linux from afar, or wondering what all the fuss is about, this book is for you!
If you are the head of a Linux User's Group that needs material to hand out for your installfest, look no further! This is the perfect low-cost way to help new people get accustomed to the world of Linux.