On 16 February 2010 16:14, Jimmy Dominguez <dzibilchaltun@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Now that I see I am not the only one who can just spell Ubuntu, can someone
suggest some reading material that would give me an adequate foundation to
begin learning ?
I have loaded Ubuntu 9.10 and can get around the gui, but I know that is
just the tip. Feed me Seymour !!
This should get you started - http://www.ubuntupocketguide.com/index_main.html
It is a little out of date, some of the GUI has changed a bit but the
fundamentals are good.
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