6 edition of Linux for Non-Geeks found in the catalog.
March 1, 2004
by No Starch Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 4th Edition is just what readers need to get started with Linux. About the Authors Rickford Grant is the author of Linux for Non-Geeks and Linux Made Easy. He has been a computer operating system maniac for more than 20 years, from his Author: Dad of Divas. Rickford Grant's "Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks" was just the book I needed. Since October, I've been a full-time Ubuntu user, having switched over from OS .
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks is a book that simply would not have been possible for the versions of Linux we were playing around with years ago. The concept of anything Linux being accessible to non-geeks largely wasn't a reality until Ubuntu, but there are now plenty of parallel streams of "consumer-grade" Linux in the form of Android and Google. ♥ Book Title: Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 4th Edition ♣ Name Author: Rickford Grant ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: X ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: lNylcIBk1xsC Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Provides information on using the latest Ubuntu release, covering such topics as installation, customizing the GNOME.
Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks (Book Review) by Alan German. This book by Rickford Grant promises a “pain-free, project-based, get-things-done guidebook” to Ubuntu Linux. – that will show you how simple it is to install and use Ubuntu Linux. Rickford Grant, the book’s author, has a clear writing style and an evident sense of humour. Rickford Grant is the author of Linux for Non-Geeks and Linux Made Easy. He has been a computer operating system maniac for more than 20 years, from his early days with an Atari XL to his current Linux machines. Phil Bull is an author of the official Ubuntu documentation, and a member of the GNOME documentation :
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The Ubuntu Linux distribution makes Linux easy, and Ubuntu for Non-Geeks makes it even easier. Full of tips, tricks, and helpful pointers, this pain-free guide is perfect for those interested in—but nervous about—switching to the Linux operating system/5(56). This book is for any home user who has switched or is thinking of switching to Linux.
Based on Red Hat's Fedora Core, Linux for Non-Geeks avoids geeky subjects like server and network setup and concentrates on the subjects of interest to the average home user: Installation, the Internet, playing CDs and audio files, desktop customization, games, downloading software and fonts, USB storage /5(25).
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks: A Pain-Free, Project-Based, Get-Things-Done Guidebook, by Rickford Grant, introduces non-Linux users to the world of Linux and shows them how to be productive in a complete Linux environment. The book’s layout and presentation allow you to easily find the material you’re looking for.
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 4th Edition —New from No Starch Press Revised and expanded edition of best-selling book for new Linux users San Francisco, CA, J —Ubuntu has been hailed as the Linux distribution for newbies, but getting it up and running isn't always a walk in the park.
Linux is different—but the same unique features that. The book shows you, screen by screen, what you’ll encounter. Once the installation is complete, Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks gives you a detailed introduction to the desktop by way of a project: customizing the GNOME panel.
GNOME is the standard desktop environment in Ubuntu, and you can move things around, change colors, and customize menus in. ubuntu linux for non geeks Download ubuntu linux for non geeks or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get ubuntu linux for non geeks book Linux for Non-Geeks book. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 3rd Edition—New from No Starch Press Complete Update to Best-Selling, Project-Based Book for Beginning Linux Users San Francisco, CA—When it comes to the desktop Linux game, Ubuntu is the clear Linux is still Linux.
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 2nd Edition book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Considering myself a Linux-user rather than a power-user or even a Linux-Geek, I thought, I could pick up some tricks from this book.
But to make it short: I was disappointed. At first I thought that maybe I just wasn't part of the target /5. UBUNTU LINUX FOR NON-GEEKS A Pain-Free, Project-Based, Get-Things-Done Guidebook by Rickford Grant San Francisco Ubuntu_book Page iii Friday, J PM Fro Ubuntu Linu or Non-Geeks No Starch Press, Coright 6 b Rickord Grant.
7 DRESSING UP THE BIRD Customizing the Look and Feel of Your System. The title explains exactly how Grant's book is laid out. It's for Windows users, Mac users, and new or inexperienced Linux users who are non-geeks (or wannabe-geeks) and who are itching to take the plunge into Linux without having to wade through a multitude of books aimed at power users, online HOWTOs, weblogs and IRC channels.
This book is for any home user who has switched or is thinking of switching to Linux. Based on Red Hat's Fedora Core, Linux For Non-Geeks avoids geeky subjects like server and network setup and concentrates on the subjects of interest to the average home user: installation, the Internet, playing CDs and audio files, desktop customization, games, downloading software and fonts, USB storage.
"Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks" is one such book. Just think about that for a moment. A person doesn't really need to be an idiot or a moron to be a little intimidated by computers.
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks is the next installment of Rickford Grant's crusade to bring the penguin to those who don't have the geek gene (or at least, don't think they do.) Like Linux Made Easy and Linux for Non-Geeks, this book centers more on the "how to do x,y,z" rather than theory.
It's typical Rickford Grant style, which I've come to love.5/5(5). “Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks” closes with a list of resources you can use to get more knowledge about Linux. They will serve as a valuable reference to.
Book Review: Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks New distributions such as Ubuntu are making Linux a great choice even for folks with less-developed computer skills. This fun and friendly book leads new Author: Brian Tanaka. Linux has yet some ground to cover before there is a Linux user in every office/family.
Till we get there, “Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks” can act as the guide for freedom-lovers world over. The only reason why I hadn’t written about the book for so long was because I thought it improper to “plug” a book when I was the technical reviewer. PRAISE FOR UBUNTU FOR NON-GEEKS "A fast, crystal-clear topical tour of the amazing collective accomplishment embodied in Ubuntu.
I learned something new in every chapter, and ended up with a - Selection from Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 4th Edition [Book]. Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 2nd Edition, by Rickford Grant, is also an excellent Sobell's volume, which is one of those fat, everything and the kitchen-sink computer books, Grant focuses on.
The Library of Congress has cataloged the first edition as follows. Grant, Rickford. Ubuntu Linux for non-geeks: a pain-free, project-based, get-things-done guidebook / Rickford Grant.
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Invoked in discussions of usability for people who are not hackers and geeks; one sees references to the “Aunt Tillie test”. This is about the closest I've seen. Most terms for non geeks are coined by geeks and tend towards derision. This book is for any home user who has switched or is thinking of switching to Linux.
Based on Red Hat's Fedora Core, Linux for Non-Geeks avoids geeky subjects like server and network setup and concentrates on the subjects of interest to the average home user: Installation, the Internet, playing CDs and audio files, desktop customization, games, downloading software and fonts, USB /5(6).