Re: Linux

Subject: Re: Linux
From: "Mike McCallister" <workingwriter -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "Caroline Tabach" <Caroline -at- radcom -dot- com>
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2006 14:08:58 -0600


All the suggestions have been good so far (though I'm slightly hurt
that John Garison chose the "SUSE Bible"--but I'll get over it). You
might also want to check out TUX Magazine, a free monthly PDF "for the
new Linux user." It's published by the same company that does Linux
Journal, the oldest and most respected print Linux magazine on the
planet (which, as you would expect, is quite a bit more techy than
what you'll need). The issues are generally themed, so you can see
what you're in for. You also have to give them an email address to
"subscribe" and get access to each issue.

Disclaimer: I do have an article slated for an upcoming issue, but
otherwise have no ties.

Best of luck with the new product!

Mike McCallister

On 11/22/06, Caroline Tabach <Caroline -at- radcom -dot- com> wrote:

Till now our applications have run under windows.
A new system will run on Linux
I would like to give the users some basic information about Linux.
Actually I think I would like to read a little bit about it myself,
Can anyone direct me to an internet site they have found useful?

Technical/Marcom Writer

Mike McCallister
Technical Writing Consultant, Compuware
Author, "SUSE Linux 10 Unleashed"

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