Linux in the Workplace introduces Linux users to the desktop capabilities of Linux and the K Desktop Environment (KDE) graphical user interface, a powerful Open Source graphical desktop environment for UNIX workstations. Includes information on how to use email and surf the Internet; perform general office-related tasks; work with the command line; and much more.
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SPECIALIZED SYSTEMS CONSULTANTS, INC. (SSC) publishes Linux Journal, the premier magazine of the Linux community, and is an established leader in the Linux, Open Source, and UNIX fieldsReview:
"...a book for the productivity-minded person using a Linux based machine." -- Billings Gazette
"A useful and freindly KDE-centric introduction to Linux for nongeeks." -- Slashdot
"If you've got a Linux computer you'd like to use, this will show you how to get the job done." -- The Sacramento Bee
"The book is a fast and excellent way to learn how the leading Linux programs can work efficiently for you." -- Booklover's Review
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Book Description No Starch Press, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1886411867
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