Ciaran Johnston wrote:
>A friend of mine has enquired about suitable books for ridding himself of
>the MS shackles, and has suggested these as ones he is interested in:
>>The Linux Cookbook: Tips and Techniques for Everyday Use - Michael Stutz
>Debian GNU/Linux Bible - Steve Hunger
>>>not bad a little dated unfortunately
linux trouble shooting bible also a good read for when your stuck.
Install all the readmes, info pages and don't forget mailing lists
point out the manners needed (not that I have any :)) to prevent flaming
and most of all give some clues on how to research an answer :)
>Has anyone any experience of these books, and any other recommendations
>for a relative beginner in Linux but a long-time computer user?
 why did I have to say that
 there always has to be a second one that is totally pointless :)
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