As I mentioned in previous questions I am setting up a computer lab for a charity that deals with orphans in Tanzania Africa. One thing that would be very helpful are eBook/PDF guides for Ubuntu software. Keep in mind some of the kids have never used a computer, so what is basic for us is foreign for them. We will be running: LibreOffice, Inkscape, Gimp, Gnucash, Audacity, Scribus, VLC, Blender, Pidgin, ClamAV, VirtualBox, Wine, Firefox, Chrome, Thunderbird, 7zip, OpenShot Video Editor. Please let me know about any guides about using Ubuntu itself or other software you feel would be helpful. Brendon
Your best bet will be the
Note though that it deals with 10.10, not 11.04. There's also a version of the book for 10.04. But: it's absolutely excellent, and on the perfect level for your purposes.
If it matters for you: the book, unfortunately, is not available in Swahili.