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The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read

The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read

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An Introduction to Linux for Windows users and content the folowing title:Who should read this book, An introduction before we start, Things to know about Linux, Getting Help and Learning More, How do I get Linux?,Installing SUSE Linux, Introduction to Users and Groups, Get to Know Your Desktop, Installing Applications, So you want to use the command line?, Conclusion
An Introduction to Linux for Windows users and content the folowing title:Who should read this book, An introduction before we start, Things to know about Linux, Getting Help and Learning More, How do I get Linux?,Installing SUSE Linux, Introduction to Users and Groups, Get to Know Your Desktop, Installing Applications, So you want to use the command line?, Conclusion

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The Easiest Linux
Guide You'll Ever
Read

An Introduction to Linux for Windows users
Scott Morris
SUSE Linux 10.1
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The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read
An Introduction to Linux for Windows users
Published by
Scott Morris \u2013 SUSE LINUX Rants
www.suseblog.com

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to other parties. Scott Morris retains all copyrights to this work. Feel free to make as many copies as
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Copyright \u00a9 2006 by SUSE LINUX Rants, Salt Lake City, UT
First Edition, 2006
Published in the United States of America
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About the Author

Scott Morris began using computers over 20 years ago, at the age of 10. He has
used 25 different versions of 5 different operating systems over this time period. Of
those many operating systems, he has experience using MS-DOS, Windows 95,
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Mac OS 9.x \u2013 X. He has enjoyed
using many different distributions of Linux, including Mandrake, Red Hat, Gentoo,
Fedora Core, Debian, and SUSE.

He has worked recently as Editor of the Novell CoolSolutions Linux
communities. During his employment there, Novell, along with many other news
outlets, has published over 110 of his articles. He gets particular enjoyment out of
helping people discover the excitement of the Linux operating system. Articles he
has written can be found on his author page, located at:

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/author/1012.html.

He also has a personal blog, located athttp://www.sus eblog.c om, which he uses for personal enjoyment and to help others. He writes opinions, news, tips, and tricks about the SUSE Linux operating system. This blog is a light-hearted resource for beginning Linux users. The latest version of this book can be found at this website.

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