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    Review: The Official Ubuntu Book

    Date30 Aug 2010
    CategoryBook Reviews
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    Posted ByBenjamin D. Thomas
    If you haven

    Title:Review: Official Ubuntu Book
    Author:Benjamin Mako Hill, Matthew Helmke, Corey Burger
    ISBN:ISBN-13: 978-0137081301
    Reviewer:Dave Wreski <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
    Review Score:4.2 of 5 Penguins
    Publisher:Prentice Hall Professional
    Sample Chapter: Chapter Three: Using Ubuntu on the Desktop

    Available for standard PCs, more advanced and current 64-bit computers, as well as for the ARM platform, typically found in cell phones and smaller devices, and this book details all of them. The first chapter discusses the basic philosophy, design goals, and background on open source and Linux, and the role that it plays with Ubuntu. More experienced users would probably skim or skip entirely these first few pages.

    The second chapter takes the reader through downloading and installation from DVD or USB key. Installation is a breeze, and this book takes the administrator through every step

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