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Linux / ubuntu knowledge [duplicate]

I'm quite new to linux. Fo few years hardly using linux (seen some distros). I have general knowledge about bash programming, administration. Lately have dived into Raspberry PI and Ubuntu based ...
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Returning to Ubuntu, back to basics [duplicate]

Good morning all! I deal with Ubuntu at work at our POS terminals, last week we had some issues with card readers and printers just losing communication with the devices. It was a bit of a struggle, ...
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“Books & Magazines” in Software Center is empty

If I go to the Ubuntu Software Center and click on Books & Magazines in the leftmost panel, nothing shows up. I'm connected fine to the Internet, stuff shows up as expected in other sections, and ...
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Complete List of Terminal Commands and all their parameters [duplicate]

I was wondering if there was any complete guide to the Linux Terminal (don't mind buying a book or something), specifically, I want the list (or book) to do an A-Z of the commands with all their ...
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Is there a bookstore app for Ubuntu?

I like the iBooks App in Mac Os X, and the variety of books it allows you to read. I am in search for something similar for Ubuntu.
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What to do if the CD I want to use cannot be run on ubuntu/linux

As a high-school, we decided to use Edubuntu on classes, labs etc. Edubuntu is OK with Activ Inspire. But we have a problem. We're from Turkey and we're learning English. So we use this book. But this ...
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What is a good itunes alternative with .epub support?

Banshee seems good, but it doesn't seem to support .epub or any other type of ebook files. I use my ipod more for reading than I do for music, so I'd really like a program that allows me to continue ...
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Intermediate Ubuntu Books?

I'm new to Ubuntu and looking for some good books to help me use it to it's full strength. However, after quite a bit of searching, I haven't found anything suitable. Most books are for absolute ...
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Are their any book cataloguing apps for Ubuntu?

I'm trying to transition from most webapps to desktop apps (partly due to pernicious overseas three-letter agencies), but I can't find any replacement for the book-managment site Goodreads. I don't ...
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Is there any program designed for writing a book?

Is there any program for writing a book? I tried to find it on some forums and sites, but I really couldn't find any.
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Software to manage my book collection

Is there any software letting me manage my book collection and sync it with anobii or any other online reading community? aNobii is an online reading community built by readers for readers allowing ...
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What Book-Library Organizing Programs are available?

I would like to ask if there is any good program for ubuntu 12.04 to organize a library of books.I want to mention that I also have books written in my native language (Greek) and I have books written ...
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Is there a cataloging software that links with Goodreads?

I have been experimenting with Tellico collection management software. I like how easy it is to use and that it will create all kinds of collections for any kind of medium (movies, books, games). The ...
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Ubuntu books for 11.10? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Are there any good books for new Ubuntu user? I'm looking for some good books to check out that are updated to cover the current version 11.10. While this question may ...
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Comprehensive book on Kile

Finally, I have decided to migrate from Office to Latex. That is why I have chosen Kile as an editor, for many reasons. That's why I need a comprehensive book or would be even perfect if there is a ...
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Comprehensive books on Linux?

I am using Ubuntu several years, but want to really study about how Linux works, and was wondering what books you recommend. Thanks!!
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List of free Ubuntu books [closed]

This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site, so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions ...