Linux Installation and Getting Started
by Matt Welsh, at al.
Publisher: SSC 1998
Getting started with your own Linux system does not require a great deal of UNIX background. This is a worthwhile learning experience, but it can be frustrating. Once you are ready to delve into the more complex tasks of running Linux, having background knowledge in UNIX is necessary. However, simply by running your own Linux system you will learn the essentials of UNIX. This book helps you get started.
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by Scott Morris - SUSE LINUX Rants
The book for Windows users who want to take a look at Linux. It will give you a gentle introduction into using Linux, and help you ease into it. The only technical skills you should have include browsing the Internet and downloading files.
by David Brickner - O'Reilly Media, Inc.
A detailed step-by-step guide to the Linux operating system and several popular open source programs. With this guide you can quickly learn how to use Linux to surf the web, send and receive email, instant message with friends, write letters, etc.
by Paul Hudson - Future Publishing Ltd
The complete 130-page guide to get to grips with Linux in hours rather than weeks or months. The book shows you how to install Linux onto your PC, navigate around the desktop, master the most popular programs and fix any problems that may arise.
by Brandon Chisham
This book is intended as a practical guide to the Linux operating system for those with a moderate amount of technical experience. The author's intention is to make this book as friendly to the beginning user as possible.