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Today at Monday, 11 December 2017, we happily release our latest free ebook "Newbie's Guide to Ubuntu 17.10". This ebook is intended for new users (especially you who come from MS Windows) with the main contents divided in three parts: operating the desktop, using the file manager, and managing the settings, plus, an easy guide to install Ubuntu system with pictures. You can download this ebook at no cost as ODT and PDF formats. You are free to read, copy, edit, remix, print, share, lend, sell, and distribute this ebook because it's licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. Download this ebook and share to your friends! Happy learning!

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Book Contents

 

  • About This Book (introducing briefly for whom this book is and the license)
  • Part 1: Operating the Desktop (making you familiar with the user interface)
  • Part 2: Operating the File Manager (enabling you to access and manage your folders, files, partitions, and USB drive)
  • Part 3: Managing the Settings (giving you examples how to install applications and configuring your desktop)
  • Part 4: How To Install the System (explaining how to install Ubuntu 17.10)

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Linux Mint 18.3 has been released at Wednesday, 27 November 2017 with codename "Sylvia". Version 18.3 is an LTS release based on Ubuntu 16.04, and, a continuation towards the versions 18, 18.1, and 18.2. This article mentions the download links, mirrors, and torrents for Mint 18.3 Cinnamon and MATE editions, for both 32bit and 64bit types.

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Uruk GNU/Linux officially reached version 2.0 at Tuesday, 5 December 2017. This article mentions the download links and more info about Uruk.

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deepin GNU/Linux 15.5 released at Thursday, 30 November 2017 with so many new features. Here are the official download links, with some mirrors, and unofficial torrents.

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This short article mentions basic info and links about Ubuntu 18.04 LTS operating system codenamed "Bionic Beaver". This article is for beginners who interested in Ubuntu but cannot find a single page mentioning all basic & necessary info about Bionic Beaver. This article is also for developers who want to help Bionic Beaver development but don't know where to go. This article may be updated later as Bionic is currently being developed for the final release next year. I hope this article helps Ubuntu 18.04 development as much as possible.

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This article mentions basic information and links about Trisquel 8 GNU/Linux operating system codenamed "Flidas". This article is for beginners who interested in Trisquel but have difficulties to find collective resources about Flidas. This article is also for developers who want to help Trisquel development but don't know where to go. This article may be updated later as Flidas is currently being developed for the final release. I hope this article helps Trisquel 8 development as much as possible.

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Recently (23 November 2017) Abrowser 57 has been arrived at Trisquel 8 repository. Abrowser 57 is a modification of Firefox Quantum for Trisquel users. This article explains step by step to upgrade Abrowser on Trisquel 8 "Flidas". If, after upgrading to v57 you dislike it, you can downgrade Abrowser back to v56 with downgrade section below. Enjoy!

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This article explains easy steps to install GNU IceCat web browser (a custom Firefox designed to protect internet privacy; more strict than Firefox) on 3 kinds of system: Ubuntu 16.04, Trisquel 8, and any of Trisquel/Ubuntu versions. This article is for you using latest Ubuntu or old version of Trisquel when you cannot find IceCat on repository. If you wonder why IceCat is important, read FSF's comparison between IceCat and Safari. I write this article as continuation of my previous internet privacy tools recommendation and to introduce IceCat to more audiences. Enjoy!

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