> DDowney wrote:
> > Hi
> > I recently installed Ubuntu and am looking for some good email
> > newsletters directed at fairly new linux users. Anything that deals with
> > Ubuntu features, or getting familiar with using Linux. Im subscribed to
> > the excellent GHacks.net newsletter, and am looking for info on Linux
> > similar to what that delivers for Win users.
> > Thanks
> > Dermot
>> Hi Dermot,
>>https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuWeeklyNewsletter>> That might help - you might want to go back in time and look at the
> first few to get a grip on where they were coming from.
>>https://help.ubuntu.com/>> This is somewhat similar to a book.
>>https://help.ubuntu.com/community> Then you might want to look at this.
> Search this wiki for things like BootOptions, for those hard to work out
> how to get your machine to stop falling over issues.
>> If you still have any free time, you might consider reading the output
> of the https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOpenWeek>>> P.
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