This is a new book for people coming from Windows background. This book covers Novell Suse Linux.
The Easiest Linux Guide You'll Ever Read - an introduction to Linux for Windows users. When I was first learning Linux, I got so lost so fast in so many areas, it was hugely overwhelming for me. I was impressed that I was able to download Linux, burn it onto CDs, and get it installed. But once I got that far, I was excited, but my excitement was short-lived. I had no idea what to do next, how to install software, or what software even to install for what I needed. I didn't understand the concept of Open Source software. I didn't know where to go for help. I most assuredly did not know a thing about the command line. 10 years of using Windows was of very little help. I felt that though I was a fairly able computer user, I had stepped into a situation where such experience did me little good.
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