Brian and Tom's Linux Book
by Brian P. Bilbrey, Tom Syroid
Brian and Tom's Linux Book is written to help every Linux user, from the newbie who's just getting started, to someone who's been around the block once or twice and wants to have a handy broad reference to all the capabilities of this solid distribution. Included in this title are all of the tips, tricks, shortcuts, and hidden features that we've come across in our extensive travels with Linux in general, and especially as they apply to OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4.
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