Good Ubuntu books?

A few weeks ago we received a copy of the “No Starch Press” book “Ubuntu Made Easy”, by Rickford Grant with Phil Bull.

Ubuntu Made Easy book cover

The book’s main goal – which we fully approve of! – is to introduce Ubuntu to newcomers by taking readers through the various projects, with step-by-step instructions which demonstrate how to do things on Ubuntu, from the more basic to the more advanced tasks.

We think this is a great resource for anyone who’s thinking of delving into the Ubuntu world – highly recommended!

Are there any other books or resources that you’d recommend to someone who’s just new to Ubuntu? We’d like to hear your thoughts.

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