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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Top 10 Ubuntu eBooks

Ubuntu seems to change the way one thinks about Linux. Ubuntu is one of the fastest growing Linux distributions available.  I won't say it's because Ubuntu is 100% free, there's much more to it. But most of you use just a fraction of its power.  It's one of the most up-to-date and stable operating systems for any average Linux user. Above all, it offers broader focus on usability. Ubuntu allows you to do virtually anything - create spread sheet, discover the world of Linux games, create graphics, write document just to name a few. Well if you don't know how, the tutorials are there to help you out.
Here are the top 10 tutorials that'll help you to do what you have never done with Ubuntu

1. Ubuntu Unleashed By Andrew Hudson, Paul Hudson

It incorporates vital and latest information for intermediate to advanced Linux users. There's lot to learn about installation, configuration, system administration, server operations, and security. Moreover you get the hot topics in Ubuntu Linux like wireless networks, and programming in PHP, Perl and others. This is not all there is whole world of Ubuntu Linux to be explored.

2. Moving to Ubuntu Linux By Marcel Gagné

So you are a Windows buff who is working on Linux. Linux expert Marcel Gagné discloses the secrets of Ubuntu and helps you in a smooth shift from Windows much faster than you could ever think of.

3. Beginning Ubuntu Linux: From Novice to Professional

This one most downloaded ebooks. Designed for beginners, it take teaches you how to become a Ubuntu Linux pro. For more, with it you'll know how to configure every piece of tech hardware like the 3D graphics cards, Bluetooth devices, Internet connection.

4. Ubuntu Hacks By Bill Childers, Jonathan Oxer, Kyle Rankin

This could be the best finding if you're a hacker or one of those power users. It's your key to simplify things in Linux with the help of applications, package manager and  tweaking stuffs. What's most interesting is the 100 quick tips and tricks for all users of all technical levels.

5. The Official Ubuntu Book By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Corey Burger, Jonathan Jesse, Ivan Krstic

Ubuntu is one of the most demanded Linux distribution now. This book teaches how to install and customize Ubuntu for your home or small businesses. This open source power can be deployed in schools, government, or by corporations, and is suitable for both desktop and server use

6.  Hacking Ubuntu by Neal Krawetz

It's where you see the author discussing about the latest released Dapper Drake 6.06 LTS version of Ubuntu.  It also informs about features-usability, security, and support-in one distribution.

7. How to Do Everything: Ubuntu (How to Do Everything)  by Jeffrey T. Orloff

It's a step by step tutorial that takes you through the Ubuntu UNIX interface, the built-in applications, and the impact of instalment printers and another peripherals.

8. Ubuntu Kung Fu: Tips, Tricks, Hints, and Hacks by Keir Thomas

It's award-winning Linux author Keir Thomas attempt to simplify the intricacies of Ubuntu in his 300 concise tips. It your hack to increase the productivity, avoid annoyance and make the most out of Ubuntu.

9. Review: A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux (Versions 8.10 and 8.04) 2nd Ed by Mark G Sobell

It's where you can expect discover just about everything that you can possibly do with Ubuntu. From the very basics of installation to what FOSS is, and the 2.6 Linux kernel it has a lot to teach.

10. Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks by Rickford Grant

As the name suggests it a great gudebook for the newbies. This one's got loads of tricks, tips and helpful pointers to make non-geeks feel at home.

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