[linux-elitists] What are the better GNU/Linux resources for folks unfamiliar with GNU/Linux, folks unfamiliar with computers, folks of advancing age, children, young teens?...

Don Saklad dsaklad at gnu.org
Thu Aug 22 21:40:57 PDT 2013


What are the better GNU/Linux resources for folks unfamiliar with GNU/Linux, folks unfamiliar with computers, folks of advancing age, children, young teens?...


Requires background
The 2013 Prentice Hall book 
by Mark G. Sobell,
A Practical Guide to Linux(R Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming Third Edition
http://www.sobell.com/CR3/

Requires background
The 2012 No Starch Press book 
by William E. Shotts, Jr.,
The Linux Command Line, A Complete Introduction
http://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php

Less background needed
Compare the Large Print 2012 Thorndike Press, Gale Cengage Learning, Wiley book
by Corey Sandler,
AARP Tablets, Tech to Connect
http://books.google.com/books?id=_NFTtNlHypIC&printsec=frontcover


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