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Moving from Windows to Linux (Charles River Media Networking/Security) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Dezember 2003


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A growing number of computer users are either switching from Windows to Linux or would like the option. Many would like to, but are daunted by learning a new system and applications. This book uses a friendly style to walk users step-by-step through the transition from Windows to Linux.

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Chuck Easttom (McKinney, TX) is the author of several programming books, including Learn JavaScript, Learn VB.NET, C++ Programming Fundamentals, and Moving from Windows to Linux. He is currently the IT manager of a Dallas insurance company, and previously was the Department Chair of the Computer Information Systems department at a private technical college. He has also worked as a professional software engineer. Bryan Hoff (Surrey, BC) is a freelance Web designer, digital artist, and animator whose credits include movie and television effects, online games, 3D corporate animation, and Flash and traditional Web site design. He has written articles for Element K Journals, Linux World Magazine, and InformIT.com. In addition, he has also written ebooks on blogging and Web site creation for beginners and regularly teaches classes for Element K online. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.



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I have been a Linux admin for about 5 years. People are always asking me how to move from Windows to Linux. There are only a few books on the market that do this, and this is simply hands down the best. Every detail you need is explained thoroughly. There are lots of pictures so you can make certain you are doing the right thing. Everything from installation, to running a web server is covered.
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I just finished this book and I have to say I am impressed. This book takes a Windows user step by step into the world of Linux. You are given the basics on the Linux operaring system, history, how to install it, etc. But most importantly, in my opinion, the author then shows you how to do practical things with Linux. He shows you how to use Open Office, GIMP, and several other programs. If you are using Windows, and want to know what Linux is all about, this is simply the best book you can get. I encourage you to get it right now.
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This book covers all a novice will need to know. It takes you through the installation, shows you around the shell, KDE, Gnome, Open Office, Gimp, etc. The end of the book even has advanced topics like Shell Scripting and Samba.
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I found this particular book to be remarkably easy to follow, accurate, informative, and generally a great help. I am not a computer professional by trade, and my only experience has been with Windows. But like many people I have been quite frustrated with Windows and wished to try Linux. With this book I was able to install Linux and to use it to do all the things I had previously done with Windows.
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This book does a good job of doing exactly what the title says it would do. I bought this because at work our company has always lived in a Wintel World. But we acquired another company that was Linux centric and it was clear that us Windows people needed a crash course of Linux. I needed some quick exposure to Linux and a way to cut my learning curve by being able to understand how to transfer tasks in Windows over to Linux. This book shortened my learning curve because as good as the net is about giving information to us for free. Sometimes I just like curling up with a good book.
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