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    Books to help the change

    Here is a book that will help break the Windows habit.

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    Re: Books to help the change

    Very nice...I'll add that to the you own the book? How do you like it if you do?

    If you give a man a fire he'll be warm, if you light the man on fire he'll be warm for life.

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    Re: Books to help the change

    The subject matter in the "Linux for Windows Addicts: A Twelve Step Program for Habitual Windows Users" looks to be a good start for the Windows user that would like to experiment with Linux. I haven't purchased this book but I may ask my local public library if they can order it. The gent in the "LA Times" topic may be the best type of user for this book. Maybe he could give the book a review for us.

    I actually just purchased "Linux Administration:A beginner's Guide". I'm a LAN administrator and I need more information on the networking side of Linux (Samba/Apache). I'll let you know how helpfull it is for a Newbie like me.

    Here is a list of Linux books offered by Osborne

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    A Quick Note

    Couldn't find the link on Osbourne, went to Amazon UK and found that the Amazon reviewer (not a customer) really wasn't that impressed with it.


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