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Re: Linux books (Sabayon Pocket Book)

Postby vk4akp » Sat Dec 15, 2007 12:49

I would love for there to be a small pocket book available for Sabayon.

Something that is truly pocket size, like a little mini Bible that you can carry with you and read when you have time to learn.

Something that has a complete list of all the commands with doc's.

Failing this, can anyone recommend a good generic Linux Pocket Guide?

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Re: Linux books

Postby random guy » Sat Dec 15, 2007 18:27

you can make your own pocket guide just using the wiki. look around the settings for openofice or koffice or whatever you like to use and see if you can find an option for the page size, make it small and start copy and pasting stuff from the wiki to the document. print it out an there, you got a pocket guide.

then you can upload your document here and maybe others will help you edit it an keep it up to date and it will be a community project.
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Re: Linux books

Postby Fitzcarraldo » Tue Apr 21, 2009 10:43

Just in case someone searches the SL forums and comes upon this thread, a couple of posts in the SL Forum thread SL basic = other linux advanced ?? reference some good, free, Linux books and course material.
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Re: Linux books

Postby WarraWarra » Fri Apr 24, 2009 21:56

Fritz you might as well merge them into this topic if you want to.

Just found a few more about OOP open object programing that I used to do in 1999 or there about and forgot most of it LOL.
Thought I should get back up to speed as well as post the links here.

Some of the links has other subject as well not all free but if it gives you a piece of paper for $99 why not.

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http://www.remotecourse.com/Object-Oriented-Analysis-and-Design-Series.cfm
http://www.training-classes.com/learn/_k/o/o/p/oop/_t/online/
http://www.webucator.com/atyourownpace/oopcpp8l1a.cfm
http://www.intelligentedu.com/cat3.html
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