Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Learn Ubuntu Linux with freely available e-book - Lifehacker

At LifeHacker I found the following post:
Tech-book aggregator eBookSpyder has the complete text of the Ubuntu Linux Bible available for download as a PDF.

As you might expect from the title, the 931-page book covers everything you need to know about installing, configuring and using Ubuntu. It teaches you groups, graphics, gaming, spreadsheets, e-mail and much more. It's an impressively comprehensive guide--highly recommended for anyone interested in Ubuntu. Indeed, if you find the e-book useful, why not support the author and buy the hardcopy version? Either way, you'll need a password to unlock the PDF: It's 'ebookspyder.net' (without the apostrophes, of course). — Rick Broida
Ubuntu Linux Bible [eBookSpyder]
Learn Ubuntu Linux with freely available e-book - Lifehacker

1 comment:

  1. It turned out that they had no right to post this book and had to pull the offer. It is a decent book and well worth your while. I recommend it. I have had my copy for several days now and like it a lot. (BTW; I bought my copy as much out of guilt for having the free download as any other reason. Still, it is worth the money I paid and then some.)



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