Subject: Re: A Newbie Question... Sorry.
From: Sam Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 26 1999 - 17:54:25 MDT
If you're using KDE as a desktop environment, you might check out "The
Complete idiot's guide to Linux." I know, the title's obnoxious, but
it's actually pretty good.
Then look at "Running Linux" from O'Reilly, or Mark Sobell's "A
Practical Guide to Linux."
> Dear all,
> I have recently installed YellowDogLinux and was very happy with its ease of
> install compared to LinuxPPC. Now that I finally have Linux installed on my
> Mac, which has been a time consuming process, I feel like I don't know what
> to do. Im not even really sure how to make a second user name so I don't
> take the chance of screwing up my linux system. Can anyone suggest a good
> book, or a course of action to help me learn the basics of linux so that
> when I read most of the posts to this group, I would know what you are
> talking about? I would enjoy nothing more. Thank you for your time.
> Daniel J. Costello
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