Learning Old School Linux
by Ed Hartnett
Publisher: Smashwords 2014
Number of pages: 148
Linux has long been regarded by engineers as the superior operating system. Whether or not you should trust their opinions is still up for debate. However, if you are looking for a simple, basic overview of everything Linux-related, look no further than this compilation of articles written for ComputorEdge magazine from 2003-2010.
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by Alistair Ross - linuxnewbieguide.org
This guide can help both beginners and seasoned computer users alike learn all the important parts of choosing, using and installing Linux, a great free operating system for your computer and help you remove dependency on non-free software.
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 Michael Stutz - No Starch Press
A guide to getting the most out of Linux. Organized by general task, each section contains a series of step-by-step recipes that help you to get your work done quickly and efficiently. Perfect as an introduction to Linux, or as a desktop reference.
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.